End Of Watch (15)
Jake Gyllenhaal stars in a blistering, innovative cop-buddy thriller sets in south central Los Angeles. Officer Taylor (Jake Gyllenhaal) and his Latino partner Mike Zavala (Michael Pena) are self-styled 'ghetto cops' with the LAPD. Their wise-cracking attitude and macho swagger doesn't make them popular on the force, but the rule-bending duo certainly get results. Taylor has also taken to videotaping his exploits as part of a project to make a film about his daily work. But the maverick twosome bite off more than they can chew when an accidental discovery leads them to tussle with a ruthless Mexican drug cartel. Writer/director David Ayer has patrolled the LAPD beat many times in his career with the likes of 'Training Day' and 'Street Kings'. In 'End of Watch', he makes extensive use of surveillance footage and cameras wielded by the police themselves. The result is an adrenaline-fuelled thriller of astonishing immediacy.
Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Pena, Natalie Martinez, Anna Kendrick
23rd November 2012
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It's a gripping, testosterone-driven and violent cop thriller like no other, with tremendous performances.Cineworld Magazine
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