Nerve-rattling in the best way, the sharp, visceral urban police procedural End of Watch is one of the best American cop movies I've seen in a long time. Directed from his own script by Training Day writer David Ayer, it's also one of the few I've seen more
Some reviews of "Trouble with the Curve," "Dredd 3D," "End of Watch," and "House at the End of the Street."
There’s nothing in David Ayer’s cop drama End of Watch that you haven’t already seen, but the film has moments so riveting that you might not care too much. Ayer has done the macho police thing before: He wrote the momentous Training Day (2001), in which more
'Training Day' starring Denzel Washington and Ethan Hawke is one of my favorite 'cop' movies. It was written by David Ayers and now, once again, Ayers continues his fascination with the men in blue... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Two_Jews_On_Film/2012/09 more
I'll admit to having some trepidation about the first few scenes of "End of Watch." The film opens with a high-speed pursuit captured entirely on the built-in camera of the LAPD squad car driven by Officers Brian Taylor (Jake Gyllenhaal) and Mike Zavala more
The police drama End of Watch is the hardest, most honest buddy cop movie you'll ever see. It’s grounded in the everyday relationships of and the very real feelings between cops. It is a film about family; we rely on the police and they in turn rely on more