Jake Gyllenhaal Serves And Protects The Public In His New Film, End Of Watch

Jake Gyllenhaal Serves And Protects The Public In His New Film, End Of Watch

Jake Gyllenhaal is one of the 50 Most Beautiful People according to People Magazine in 2006. Aside from this recognition, he is also among the world’s leading actors not only because he is the son of a director but most of all because of him being a talented individual. Among Jake Gyllenhaal’s greatest film achievements include Donnie Darko, Brokeback Mountain, Jarhead, Zodiac, as well as being Prince Dastan in Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. He might be already famous because of his parents and actress sister but he alone has also made a good name for himself with all the things he has done.

As gangs and corrupt official control life in Los Angeles, it is up to the LAPD to protect and serve the people living in the city. While Los Angeles is a cool place to live and raise a family, it is also a great place to find work and live in harmony. However, with all the good things, Los Angeles is also a haven for crime which is just very much depressing. But with a new hope brought by law abiding citizens and trustworthy police officers, Los Angeles will transform to be a great place to live life every day. The one and only hope of the community might just be the young police officers trying to make ends meet in the place they call home.

End Of Watch is a drama film that will be released this coming September 21, 2012. It is brought to us by Open Road Films and is directed by David Ayer. This film stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Pena, Anna Kendrick, Natalie Martinez, America Ferrera, and Cody Horn. If you are a fanatic of action and drama movies, then this film would be ranked on the top hit lists indeed. End Of Watch is an amazing movie that can surely be a must watch this month.

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