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Swimming With Sharks

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Buddy Ackerman, an influential movie mogul, hires Guy, a naïve young writer, as his assistant. When Guy finds out that his cynical girlfriend has been using sex as a career move, he reaches his limit and decides to exact revenge on Buddy.
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Moviehole

March 23, 2005

One of the best film's of the 90's...Spacey and Whaley are staggeringly good!
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Reel Film Reviews
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July 31, 2005

...Spacey delivers one of his most memorable performances...
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Globe and Mail

April 12, 2002

This excessively talky, incoherently plotted, would-be film noir is not very good.
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Cinerina

May 12, 2003

ascerbic but missing something
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February 13, 2001

To outsiders, all this rage and gnashing of teeth may seem silly and self-absorbed.
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EmanuelLevy.Com
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March 18, 2008

Despite some sharp dialogue, this is a nasty, derivative film, sort of a cross between Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs and Altman's The Player.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

The picture's raison d'être has to be Spacey's 'loud and nasty' performance: he's the sort of actor who grabs you by the throat and beats you about the head without ever lifting his feet from the desk.
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DVDTalk.com
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June 17, 2005

It's darkly hilarious, smoothly entertaining, and almost sinfully cruel. And the finalé packs a real stinger.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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January 01, 2000

The film has no subtlety, so the one-dimensional story comes across as a sophomoric, pointless tirade.
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Capital Times (Madison, WI)

May 12, 2005

Dazzling and subversive satire on boss-employee relations.
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New York Times

May 20, 2003

Mr. Spacey's Buddy is a caricature so dazzling that even Buddy might have to say something nice about it: cool, withering, studiously suave, and spurred by impulses that might seem peevish even in a 2-year-old child.
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Film.com

January 01, 2000

Sharks is a one-joke movie, and the joke wears thin less than halfway through.
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