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.
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?
Excerpt: If you loved "Training Day" and also David Ayer's first directing effort, "Harsh Times"...you'll certainly love "End of Watch" -- easily one of the most exciting films of 2012. Ayer isn't a one-trick-pony; rather, his storytelling abilities and directorial senses are sharper than ever -- making "End...
Summary: This movie is mostly shot from a first-person's perspective, and it works... The whole story is basically there to show the nature of a police officer's job, in one of the roughest areas of the US. Probably one of the best movies I've seen in the last few years.
Summary: Where do I start? Well the plot is on the face of it used to death but, actually it works well with the cinematography and scene shots. It's fast past, excellent acting and has that emotional twist! My best film of 2012 for me.
Conclusion: This is the big budget movie version of cops! well sort of in that tradition of camera style footage from the perspective of the actors making their own documentary of day to day events, this movie has been directed and edited in such a great way that makes it really upbeat and entertaining to watch...
Conclusion: was good to see something a little different from the norm.. basically if feels like your watching the L.A.P.D at work day in day out and the movie focuses on two patrol men as they deal with some serious scummy people..its filmed like a movie and documentary.