End of Watch

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"Every moment of your life they stand watch"
  • R
  • 2012
  • 1 hr 49 min
  • 7.6  (230,464)
  • 68

Bringing intrigue and interest to the big screen, End of Watch slams viewers with the action filled lives of two regular run-of-the-mill police officers. End of Watch was directed by David Ayer, and it was later distributed by the production company, Open Road Films. This film’s plot and the clever dialogue were written by a talented writer, who also director the film, David Ayer. In addition, the film was produced by the following: John Lesher, David Ayer, Jake Gyllenhaal, Nigel Sinclair and Matt Jackson. And finally, this film stars many well-known actor and actresses which include the following: Michael Pena, American Ferrera, Cody Horn, Jake Gyllenhaal, Yahira Garcia, Kristy Wu, David Harbour, Frank Grillo, Anna Kendrick, Natalie Martinez, David Harbour and Jamie FitzSimons. The film brings 109 minutes of laughs and thrills because the genre of the film is action, suspense, drama and a little bit of humor mixed in. It is filmed in documentary style, sort of like cops, and the film captures many of the cop humor and drama that viewers crave. The plot of the film is centered on two best friends, Brian Taylor and Mike Cavala, who happen to be work partners. These two friends work together in their local police department, the Los Angles Police Department. Brian, a sarcastic and creative guy, decides to start an experiment and, as a result, he puts tiny cameras everywhere: in his partner and his police cruiser, both their uniforms and in addition, he carries a handheld video camera. His supervisors and colleagues don’t like the idea of the small cameras, but Brian Proceeds anyways. These cameras capture everything: the friend’s personal conversations about their personal lives, plenty of cop drama and even the famous donut runs that cops are famous for. Things get even more complicated when this dynamic duo encounters a trouble making drug cartel. They try and stop them and, as a result, they created a huge enemy. After many threats and encounters, Brian and Mike decide to put a stop to the drug cartel, and take them where they deserve to be; in a cozy cell in jail. Characters of the film include: Brian played by Jake Gyllenhaal: Brian is a police officer who works at the LAPD, and his partner is Mike. He is the one who is responsible for setting up the video cameras everywhere. Mike Cavala: He is Brian’s partner, and he adds a lot of drama to the film.

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End of Watch (Clean Trailer)
End of Watch (Clean Trailer)

Trailer - 2 min 21 sec

End Of Watch: Wedding Dance
End Of Watch: Wedding Dance

Clip - 54 sec

End Of Watch
End Of Watch

Trailer - 2 min 28 sec

End Of Watch: Apartment Shootout
End Of Watch: Apartment Shootout

Clip - 1 min 4 sec

End Of Watch: Dating
End Of Watch: Dating

Clip - 50 sec

End Of Watch: Women On Watch (Featurette)
End Of Watch: Women On Watch (Featurette)

Behind the Scenes - 2 min 2 sec

Description
Bringing intrigue and interest to the big screen, End of Watch slams viewers with the action filled lives of two regular run-of-the-mill police officers. End of Watch was directed by David Ayer, and it was later distributed by the production company, Open Road Films. This film’s plot and the clever dialogue were written by a talented writer, who also director the film, David Ayer. In addition, the film was produced by the following: John Lesher, David Ayer, Jake Gyllenhaal, Nigel Sinclair and Matt Jackson. And finally, this film stars many well-known actor and actresses which include the following: Michael Pena, American Ferrera, Cody Horn, Jake Gyllenhaal, Yahira Garcia, Kristy Wu, David Harbour, Frank Grillo, Anna Kendrick, Natalie Martinez, David Harbour and Jamie FitzSimons.

The film brings 109 minutes of laughs and thrills because the genre of the film is action, suspense, drama and a little bit of humor mixed in. It is filmed in documentary style, sort of like cops, and the film captures many of the cop humor and drama that viewers crave.

The plot of the film is centered on two best friends, Brian Taylor and Mike Cavala, who happen to be work partners. These two friends work together in their local police department, the Los Angles Police Department. Brian, a sarcastic and creative guy, decides to start an experiment and, as a result, he puts tiny cameras everywhere: in his partner and his police cruiser, both their uniforms and in addition, he carries a handheld video camera. His supervisors and colleagues don’t like the idea of the small cameras, but Brian Proceeds anyways. These cameras capture everything: the friend’s personal conversations about their personal lives, plenty of cop drama and even the famous donut runs that cops are famous for.

Things get even more complicated when this dynamic duo encounters a trouble making drug cartel. They try and stop them and, as a result, they created a huge enemy. After many threats and encounters, Brian and Mike decide to put a stop to the drug cartel, and take them where they deserve to be; in a cozy cell in jail.

Characters of the film include:

Brian played by Jake Gyllenhaal: Brian is a police officer who works at the LAPD, and his partner is Mike. He is the one who is responsible for setting up the video cameras everywhere.

Mike Cavala: He is Brian’s partner, and he adds a lot of drama to the film.

End of Watch is a 2012 crime movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 49 minutes. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.6 and a MetaScore of 68.

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End of Watch is available to watch, stream, download and buy on demand at Amazon Prime, Hulu, Apple TV+, The Roku Channel, Starz, Amazon, Google Play, Microsoft Movies & TV, Apple TV, YouTube VOD and Vudu. Some platforms allow you to rent End of Watch for a limited time or purchase the movie and download it to your device.

  • Release Date
    2012
  • MPAA Rating
    R
  • Runtime
    1 hr 49 min
  • Language
    Italian
  • IMDB Rating
    7.6  (230,464)
  • Metascore
    68