Blu-ray review: 'End of Watch'

“End of Watch” is a heart-pounding cops-eye-view of life on the streets of Los Angeles.
BY GENE TRIPLETT Entertainment Editor etriplett@opubco.com Modified: January 17, 2013 at 5:20 pm •  Published: January 18, 2013
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And Ayer keeps the action jolting and the suspense heightened, especially during Taylor and Zavala's drug bust successes, which put them on a Mexican cartel's hit list.

This is easily one of the best police dramas to come along in years, best seen in the high definition sight and sound of Blu-ray. The combo pack also contains DVD, digital and Ultraviolet versions.

— Gene Triplett



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