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September 21, 2012
R , 1 hr 49 min
4,366 Fan Ratings
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Synopsis: Two officers confront marriage, love and fatherhood amidst the harsh realities of L.A.
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San Francisco Chronicle
By Amy Biancolli
The best scenes are filmed inside the cruiser, dashboard shots that face inward instead of out, catching Gyllenhaal and Peña in moments so...
By Lisa Schwarzbaum
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By Steven Rea
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By Elizabeth Weitzman
If Ayer had taken as much care with his bad guys as he does with his leads (and their deftly sketched wives and colleagues, played by Anna...
The two cops are cocky and funny and young, and it still takes a good half hour to accept that they may be as forthright and dedicated to...
By Claudia Puig
Unlike many action thrillers where the viewer is fairly certain that no real harm can come to the protagonists, such is never the case...
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By John DeFore
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By Peter Travers
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By Wesley Morris
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Wall Street Journal
By Joe Morgenstern
Shallow down inside, End of Watch is a music-video Frappuccino of quick cuts, sparkling banter, serial crises, grisly violence and...
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Rated R | For Sexual References, Pervasive Language, Some Disturbing Images, Some Drug Use and Strong Violence
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Common Sense Media says not for kids
Disturbingly violent but heroic depiction of L.A. cops.
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