Dir. David Ayer
(2012, R, 109 minutes)

End of Watch is a film about a pair of LAPD officers targeted by a dangerous cartel, but that is not what makes it interesting. Hollywood is lousy with cop movies that hinge on larger-than-life crimes and conspiracies, which is probably why this film’s marketing campaign was focused around its action elements. But the cartel is only one strand in a larger story about the day-to-day lives of police … Read the rest of my review at Culturazzi.