Shot in a documentary style, End of Watch follows the daily grind of Brian and Mike, two young LAPD officers (played by Gyllenhaal and Peña) as they patrol the streets of South Central Los Angeles. A gut-wrenching, first-person account of life on the streets from writer and director David Ayer (Training Day), End of Watch on Blu-ray offers audiences a rare window into the world of law enforcement, packed with action, humour and emotion, and includes an hour of exclusive bonus features including deleted scenes and director’s commentary.
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The hard hitting End of Watch has already been hailed as one of the all-time great cop films, which is some achievement in a genre that includes classic Oscar winners such as LA Confidential, The Departed and Training Day. But what’s your favourite police movie and why? Do you prefer the hard hitting likes of Seven or Heat to the more light-hearted, action focused Bad Boys or Hot Fuzz? Who’s your favourite on-screen cop or buddy partnership? Is there anyone you’d like to see put on the uniform?
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