2 items from 2012
End of Watch, 2012.
Directed by David Ayer.
Two young officers are marked for death after confiscating a small cache of money and firearms from the members of a notorious cartel during a routine traffic stop.
Daniel Barber’s 2009 thriller Harry Brown begins as we see phone-camera footage held by youths on a London estate. The video speeds round, as the owner is sat on a motorbike, and the gang-members threaten a woman with her child before accidentally (?) shooting her and then speeding off before the motorbike riders are hit by a truck. The footage represents the story which is about to begin but, on a first-watch, it is easy to believe it is actual footage which shocks you to the core. Does this happen? Has it happened already? How can we »
Danny (Carmine Giovinazzo) and Mac (Gary Sinise) process a Cs and Mac believes the killer wanted money. Jan Knight was Doa and the gun is found. Danny notices high velocity blood spatter on the wall next to the window. He hears a noise in the closet and is hit by an assailant. He pursues (hot pursuit ha) and identifies himself, leading to a shoot-out in the subway. Danny fires the last two shots and a cop is killed. Mac takes Danny's gun. Flack (Eddie Cahill) identifies him as Officer Rodney Minhas (Gilbert Rosales). Stories of six witnesses are all consistent: a man came down the stairs ran to the middle platform and hid behind a pillar. He saw Danny and fired twice. Minhas came down the north stairs and starts shooting at the same man Danny was chasing. One question I have to ask which no one did here, at »
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2 items from 2012
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