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: "Let's go fight crime." It may not win Oscars or any awards, it may not even have respect from certain viewers and film critics, but for this reviewer, it was pure non-stop entertainment from start to finish. One of the best cop movies around.
Summary: The characters and situations are engrossing. The performances and grit add to the overall strive for realism. The handheld format, in company with the excellent editing, keeps the movie fast paced. It's tense, dramatic, and much better than expected.
Summary: Mostly shot in a first person point of view giving way to a more realistic yet very shaky imagery, it started off by giving us short bursts/stories in the lives of the two cops and at first it felt it was going nowhere fast.
Summary: After having just finished the 5th season of The Shield, I was skeptical that such a short feature would be able to capture the feeling of a small division within the LAPD. Instead, the film focuses on the chemistry and relationship between it's two leads, who are terrific in this film.
Excerpt: I got this for my husbands birthday having seen many good reviews and being fed waiting for it to come off box office! Was worth the wait. Only complaint would be the home video style camera work for the first half of it. Story line and effects were spectacular though.