End of Watch
It happens a lot. We are watching a TV show or a movie and we think to ourselves, “wait! What have I seen this actor or actress in before?” Then, while marveling at their talent, we head on over to IMDb and check to see who the person is and
The latest red band trailer for David Ayer’s Sabotage finally reveals what kind of film this will be. Yes, it’s a gritty actioner from the director of End of Watch. Yes, it’s a bit of a revenge tale. And yes, the film looks totally bad ass. But what does this
Listen all of y’all, it’s a Sabotage. Arnold Schwarzenegger is back and looking better than ever.
Enter to win End of Watch, A Heart-Pounding Cops-Eye-View of Life on The Streets of L.A. Starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Peña Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Peña are a pair of LAPD officers patrolling one of the city’s most violent and gang-ridden areas in End of Watch, coming to Blu-ray™ Combo
When you’re a cop fighting crime, whichever city you’re in, whatever case you are solving, however devious your nemesis may be, it is always good to have someone who’s got your back. With one of the best cop duos in recent history out on Blu-ray and DVD this week in
This weeks biggest releases are End of Watch, The Paperboy, Keep the Lights On, Kendra: Season 4, and Searching for Sugar Man. End of Watch definitely got a lot of awards buzz when first released, but was one of the notable snubs when the nominations finally were announced while The Paperboy got Nicole Kidman a
I missed out on seeing End Of Watch in theaters because my wife had heard about the shaky hand documentary style of filming that was rampant throughout the movie. When we watched it last night, it was one of the first things I noticed, and yes while it was shaky, it didn’t
“Found footage”, “P.O.V.”, “self-filmed”, “ghost cam” (whatever you want to call them) movies can be an interesting and original way of making a film. Spawned by The Blair Witch Project, they allow for a more realistic, gritty and immersive approach to filmmaking. If the story gives itself over to this
This week the gang reunite and in doing so they review Silver Linings Playbook, Amour and End of Watch. We also chip away at the relevance of awards, you know..with awards season on the horizon and all. DOWNLOAD EPISODE MOVIE REVIEWS Dan – Silver Linings Playbook, Amour Gwen – Gwen
The awards season never comes without a few curveballs, and Fox Searchlight just threw one our way. Last week, the distributor announced that Sacha Gervasi’s feature-film debut Hitchcock, about the legendary director and his making of the horror classic Psycho, will arrive in limited release on Nov. 23, 2012. The
Critics are loving End of Watch, but sometimes you have to be the rebellious one. Maybe I’m the proverbial “loose cannon” this time! I find it interesting that I’ve reviewed two found footage films back-to-back, my last being V/H/S, and it has caused me to meditate a bit on the
Fall is an interesting time at the box office. It’s a mix of summer leftovers and the beginnings of the award season hopefuls. It’s an ecclectic mix where you have family friendly fare alongside depressing dramas vying for Oscars. Even the term “Fall release” needed some clarification. We decided that
Here is the first red band trailer for David Ayer’s End of Watch. The police drama stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Peña, Anna Kendrick, Frank Gillo, and America Ferrera. The footage that we saw at San Diego Comic-Con this year was really intense, and this trailer looks equally awesome.