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Point Break (1991)
James Cameron (Titanic, Terminator series) produces this classic action flick about a rookie FBI agent Johnny Utah (Keanu Reeves – The Matrix series, Constantine) in southern California trying to arrest bank thieves dressed as the ex-presidents. When he and his partern (Gary Busey) relieze that the bank thieves are surfers, Johnny has to go undercover and learn how to surf to be one with the surfers but finds something more. Friendship, love, unity, respect, loyality, and angony. Patrick Swayze (Dirty Dancing, Ghost) stars as Johnny’s surfer friend Bodhi, Lori Petty (Free Willy, A League of Their Own) gets her start from this movie playing as Johnny’s tough-as-nails girlfriend Tyler, and John C. McGinley (TV show ‘Scrubs’, The Animal, The Rock) stars as FBI captian Ben Harp.
This film really got it started for Keanu Reeves and some of the others in this. Some of the things in this film like the fight scene with Keanu Reeves real life friend Patrick Swayze (who helped Keanu get into Hollywood) looked like a bit of the fights scene in The Matrix.
I really enjoyed this and had some very neat scenes of action and cynomatography that are famous like the chases, surfing, the raid, and the very famous sky diving scenes (especially the second one). The only thing that was wrong was the lack of rock music but thats not what makes a great film. If you want a well rounded action film, you can’t go wrong with Point Break.
This film is rated R.
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