David Ayer's End of Watch stars Michael Peña and Jake Gyllenhaal as a pair of L.A. cops and close friends who work to keep the streets safe. Shot in a found-footage style, the movie follows the duo as they make enemies with a major drug cartel and attempt to lead happy personal lives. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
I understand that a R rated movie would have its share of swear words (although they don't all , thank God) but this was filled with the "F" word! After 5 minutes into it, I was so tired of hearing this word over and over, that I decided the movie was over!! Just warning you that if this would bother you hearing this word repeated every 30 seconds, don't waste your time.
I watched the full movie here ----------> http://tiny.cc/movie784 (that link is for those who haven't watched it yet) Anyway, what can I say? this movie definitely made me love the characters and I can relate!! Just some minor plots that are ridicuous I didnt like.. anyway, 5/5 stars for this movie!!
I was greatly looking forward to seeing this, but neither my friend or I liked it. It was filmed with a hand-held camera, continually jerking around, making me sick. And the dialog did not seem realistic to either of us for police officers, they continually joked and cursed.
A complete surprise, thought it was another cheesy movie to show the hard work of police but it was something completely different than I expected it to be! It was funny, emotional, graphic in really different and almost nasty way. The action scenes were intense and I couldn't take my eyes off for one minute. It was real and definitely showed a side of California I hadn't really embraced yet. ONE OF THE BEST MOVIES OF THE YEAR by far.