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The Guardian

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Ben Randall is a smart and talented person who is a talented Coast Guard rescuer. He will be assigned the training task of being a trainer at the UCLA Training Facility after the death of his entire crew, and his wife wants a divorce. While doing the job, he will discover that a man named Jake has great potential but his past seems troubled and always escapes. Ben tries to get closer to Jake's lessons to change his idea of life and love and maybe make him someone else, besides being a teacher or coach.
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March 24, 2007

Will definitely rescue some moviegoers from the post-summer doldrums, but someone should have told Davis that there's going to be casualities if he leaves audiences in the water that long.
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ColeSmithey.com
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April 25, 2009

"The Guardian" is a pro-military propaganda movie from Hollywood that attempts to mask its agenda behind the life-saving rhetoric of Coast Guard rescue swimmers.
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Toronto Star
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September 29, 2006

The Guardian does the job required: nothing more, nothing less, and nothing fancy.
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The Coast (Halifax, Nova Scotia)

March 15, 2007

The Guardian isn't as boring as Annapolis and SWAT, but it's still a feature-length training montage about kids learning the importance of taking it to the limit.
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Seattle Times

September 29, 2006

Little about The Guardian will surprise anyone from one scene to the next, though the ride is hardly unpleasant and the story is generous in scope.
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ComingSoon.net
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March 22, 2011

There's nothing particularly wrong with it, it's just very tedious. Originality doesn't seem to be important and maybe it doesn't have to be as The Guardian is dealing with something true but what that something is the filmmakers seem to know.
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Salon.com
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September 29, 2006

Kutcher and Costner have a kind of visual chemistry that's just as elusive as the other kind. And the connection and contrast between them remind us that Hollywood isn't as forgiving of older male actors as we like to think.
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Eye for Film
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December 07, 2007

There is a breadth of quality about the acting, including a fine performance from Sela Ward as Ben's estranged wife - making a lot more of her role than her meagre scripting suggests.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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September 29, 2006

The Guardian has the feel of a Sunday feature in a newspaper more than a drama.
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Calgary Movies
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September 16, 2007

Overly bloated action drama that is predictable and drawn out.
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USA Today
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September 29, 2006

Kutcher may soon be ready to anchor a Hollywood sea voyage. But for now, he's still a touch out of his depth.
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Philadelphia Inquirer

September 29, 2006

Costner is suitably Costneresque -- that is, low-key, stoic, and capable of a wry turn here or there.
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