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Today’s Cine Aventura (2/20): Record shows SWAT movie – Special Command 2

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Record shows the movie SWAT – Special Command 2 at Cine Aventura this Saturday (20th), at 3pm (Brasília time). Launched in 2011, the feature film features an experienced Los Angeles special police officer who is recruited to train new members at the Detroit agency.

In the plot, Paul Cutler, played by Gabriel Macht, from Suits (2011-2019), is an experienced SWAT agent in Los Angeles, United States. Leader of his squadron, he is called by the Detroit police to assist in training with the local team.

On their first mission, things go wrong, and a hostage dies. Everything gets worse when the person responsible for the crime that resulted in the young woman’s death, Walter Hatch (Robert Patrick), decides to take revenge and starts chasing the agent.

The film is based on the SWAT series (1975-1976) and is also considered an unofficial continuation of the feature film released in 2003, starring Samuel L. Jackson.

The cast also features Giancarlo Esposito, Nicholas Gonzalez, Carly Pope and Kristanna Loken and is directed by Benny Boom. Check out the trailer below:

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