Wednesday, September 26, 2012

End Of Watch



“I am the Police, and I am here to arrest you. You have broken the law. I did not write the law, I may even disagree with the law, but I will enforce it. Nothing will stop me from placing you in a steel cage with bars. Behind my badge is a heart like yours. I bleed, I think, I love, and yes, I can be killed. And although I am but one man, I have thousands of brothers and sisters who would die for me and I for them. We stand watch together. I am fate with a badge and a gun. The Thin-Blue-Line, protecting the prey from the predators, the good from the bad. We are the Police.”

-End of Watch

I saw this film the other day and found it a refreshing portrayal of big city cops running big city calls. Overall the movie hit squarely on the camaraderie of unique and brave individuals doing a serious and dangerous job very few would want to do. Other than one scene at the beginning (pure Hollywood) I found that it shows officers in a very good light doing a tough job in a tough city. This is one of the more realistic "police movies" I have seen in awhile. It was obvious that the stars of the film took the time and effort to complete "ride-alongs" with the real LAPD. If you are thinking about a career in law enforcement I encourage you to take a look at this film. It's tough to watch at times and it will stress you out during some scenes, but nothing like doing it for real. 

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11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Too funny. I saw the movie on Sunday and applied on Monday! great post.

Anonymous said...

Great movie. I agree. I am a cadet and this actually made me excited. Sad movie as well, but I really can't wait to hit the streets!

Anonymous said...

Love this post!

Anonymous said...

I really liked the opening monologue. I was looking for this from the movie. Thanks for posting.

PS LOVE THE BLOG

Anonymous said...

awesome!

Anonymous said...

cool

Anonymous said...

Normally do not comment, although I read this blog daily. This was a nice post. I love the monologue. Very cool.

Anonymous said...

What a great quote, it gives true meaning to the badge, and duty to serve.

Priss said...

Chills... what a great post. love this!

Anonymous said...

Great movie

Anonymous said...

This was the best police movie I've seen. Its nice to see hollywood finally made a movie about the police that depicts a true since of how being a police officer really is. I am a n officer who just got shot in June of this year. No one will ever truly understand the commarodery of police officers unless you are one or are a family member of one.