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Like Paranormal Activity, End of Watch uses "found footage".

DVD & Blu-ray review: End of Watch (15)

David Ayer DVD/Blu-ray (109mins)

End of Watch, BFI London Film Festival

LA cop movies, with their gritty downtown drug busts and sun-drenched shots of palm trees, are an integral part of American cinema. And David Ayer should know - he has made several, his first being Training Day, which he wrote and which won Denzel Washington an Oscar, and the latest of which is End of Watch, which he wrote and directed.

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Need a severed head in a box? He's your man. Not sure if rape and murder are appropriate for a blockbuster? Let David Fincher convince you. James Mottram meets the owner of Hollywood's darkest mind, as he takes on the US remake of 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo'

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DVD: Source Code (12)

Duncan Jones's loopy sci-fi thriller makes little or no sense, towards the end especially, but it is such enormous fun and the acting is so thoroughly committed that it hardly matters.

Dirk Bogarde: Denial and daring...a star with a secret never told

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Readers review: Source Code (12A)

"Despite the potential boredom in the character reliving the same eight minutes, I was surprised how quickly the end of the film seemed to come. Don't go looking for something deep, just go along for the 90-minute ride. Good value, good-looking entertainment."

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He tells Gill Pringle it's good to turn back the clock

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