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Harsh Times 2005

Writer/director David Ayer was a major force in the decommissioning of three-act stricture movies with more documentary realism, getting good results with Training Day and End of Watch, tough gritty looks at the lives of LA cops. 81 more words

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Reel Review - Sabotage (2014)

David Ayer’s Sabotage takes many shots, but ends up missing on most.  The sentiment of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s lead role is enough to make it watchable, though its poor script and lack of an interesting plot weigh the movie down more than its worth as a whole. 410 more words


I Saw Sabotage

Skip Woods and David Ayer are the two men behind the latest Schwarzenegger film, the action/heist Sabotage. These two have been involved with some of the dumbest movies in the history of Hollywood, so it’s no surprise that this movie is also terrible. 785 more words

Movie Reviews

Street Kings Review

Street Kings (2008) directed by David Ayer. Starring Keanu Reeves, Chris Evans, Forest Whitaker, and Hugh Laurie.

Synopsis: Tom Ludlow (Reeves) is a troubled alcoholic LAPD detective who has recently lost his wife. 380 more words

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Brad Pitt May Star In Untitled WWII Drama Scripted By Steven Knight

Brad Pitt, who just finished shooting ‘Fury‘, is now circling a World War II romantic thriller.

The story has been scripted by Steven Knight for Graham King’s GK Films. 20 more words



Review by Derrick Carter

Running Time: 1 hour 49 minutes

MPAA Rating: R for Strong Bloody Violence, Pervasive Language, some Sexuality/Nudity and Drug Use

Directed by: David Ayer… 774 more words


Sabotage -- Not Good Enough

This one was oh so close to being a good movie. I mean, it should’ve been good with David Ayer seemingly taking the next step as a filmmaker with his last feature, End Of Watch. 529 more words