Summary: This was a good movie that had my attention right from the start till the very end even though some of it was just way too real for me & painful to watch (Especially the final scenes) I almost wanted to turn the movie off but It's kinda like I wanted to get it over with because I knew after I...
Excerpt: A pair of L.A. street cops have their hot shot reputation tested when they stumble upon a Mexican drug cartel operation that is more brutal and ruthless than anything they have previously encountered.
Summary: I really really liked the opening scene. But I guess the film is not as intense as it tried to be, there are some unrealistic scenes and I wish they could have utilized that camera Gyllenhaal was holding throughout the film. I always love Michael Peña as family-man cop.
Summary: Rookie cops Taylor and Zavala patrol some of the roughest streets in L.A. - using a variety of hand-held footage - from gang member's and police dash cams - the audience is given an intimate connection to the gritty drama.
Summary: As an Netflix instant watch film, End of Watch was one of the better finds I have located on there. I was very surprised by the quality of this film. Both lead actors make their roles believable and very human for the audience.
Excerpt: End of Watch is no stranger to the hard core cop drama's of the past. The movie is also original in its documentary style of story. That particular style makes it to mumbo-jumbo'd to make it as grab you and keep you on the hook to the very end.
Excerpt: Dare I say End of Watch is my favorite 'found footage' film (or at least majority 'found footage' film)? District 9 would be far and away my top pick, but I don't feel comfortable putting that film in the found footage genre. There have been too many lately, but among the pack are standouts.
Summary: For once the so-called "found footage" aspect enhances a film rather than being incorporated as some kind of gimmick. It helps that Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Peña work so well in their roles as a pair of cocky street cops who finds themselves in the crosshairs of a cartel.
Summary: Two things I am tired of in movies are the hand-held "I am taking this film" technique and the inability of a half dozen people at point blank range with military grade weapons being until to hit their target. If you love cop films you might like this one, but I found it tedious.
Excerpt: I would say Lethal Weapon 4 but Rush Hour 2 is more recent and Rush Hour 3 wasn't as good as the 2nd. This film is better than Rush Hour 2, this "buddy cop" film is up there with Lethal Weapon or even Beverly Hills Cop because of its pure action and drama. Is it as good as Lethal Weapon?