End of Watch

2012

Action / Crime / Drama / Thriller

758
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 85%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 86%
IMDb Rating 7.6 10 205431

Synopsis


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Cast

Jake Gyllenhaal as Brian Taylor
Anna Kendrick as Janet
Frank Grillo as Sarge
Michael Peña as Mike Zavala
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by georgevessiere 10 / 10

Brilliant from the first to the last minute!

One of the best films I've watched in my entire life. Acting is brilliant. It could be way darker to fit the true image of extreme poverty, violence, and despair of the neighborhoods cops are patrolling in. It's a tribute to humanity in an inhuman, lost and socially abandoned society, ruled by gangs and drugs. It's also a beautiful tribute to the cops who give their lives to maintain some order in those terrifying places. They deserve our gratitude and respect. A A++++ film.

Reviewed by doctirderp 5 / 10

its a decent movie, but i wouldn't trust the score.

as far as buddy cop movies go, this is pretty average. there are far better movies of this genre which have more compelling plot, characters and dialogue.

the best part of this movie would be the relationship between the two main characters, and it is a really good duo. they have great and realistic charisma, but even so the individual characters lack any development or substance. most the time which could have been used to develop the characters, it needlessly interjected their wives and girlfriends. i get thats a major part of life, but those people are irrelevant to the story. you really don't know who either one of these guys are on their own.

the plot is pretty dumb, and thats quite generous. like in the beginning the hispanic cop just fights a suspected criminal because he got heated over an offhanded comment. its really dumb, especially like when i said before there is no character development so it's not really believable the cop would behave like that in the first place. if that happened in another movie, where they established the cop was hotheaded, it would be different...but they don't, so it comes off as really forced and stupid. a lot of this movie's plot suffers from that, especially the criminals. the antagonists are forced to play a very one dimensional stereotype of the hispanic gangbanger, so their personalities aren't convincing either. the plot just reinforces it, and by the end it's just extremely tired.

so, as far as a decent movie goes, yeah...its decent. its just not that great either.

Reviewed by mrozman-1 10 / 10

Most realistic movie about the streets of South Central L.A.

A certain ethnic mafia has overtaken the streets and corralled the African American population into different neighborhoods as they have taken over and conduct their business, whether it be human traffic, drugs, weapons, and murder for hire.

I think the acting was great, and although a lot of people get so sucked into the movie and want to know if various scenes are exactly the way things go, I can safely say, "of course not" but this is a very accurate movie about how things really happen. Cops grow close in some relationships, especially when they are under such pressure and the possibility of life-threatening scenarios occurs.

The viewer will be thoroughly entertained and if reading this review before they're watching can consider this movie to be a very real example of what might be seen over the career of a police officer in this part of Los Angeles.

The sound track is also outstanding and I think they use the music to intensify the impact of various scenes, truly a music integration job well done.

This movie is truly, in my opinion, "a 10" and I have heard friends that are police officers say the same thing. This is the first time I have ever given a movie a rating of 10.

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