A young FBI agent infiltrates an extraordinary team of extreme sports athletes he suspects of masterminding a string of unprecedented, sophisticated corporate heists. Deep undercover, and with his life in danger, he strives to prove these athletes are the architects of the mind-boggling crimes that are devastating the world's financial markets.
Gerard Butler was the first person cast. He was cast as Bodhi but later dropped out due to scheduling conflicts. See more »
At the final chase scene where Utah catches up with Bodhi at the train station and they stare at each other from across the tracks, Bodhi has windblown hair hanging down in his face, but a subsequent cut back to him shows his hair is perfectly combed back, looking perfectly groomed. See more »
Bodhi, do you have any idea how many people you've killed? How many laws you've broken?
The only law that matters is gravity.
[Bodhi falls off the cliff]
[Utah tries to grab Bodhi but falls after him]
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I don't know why they tried to use the point break name
obviously this heap of garbage of a movie was an attempt at a money grab on the name of a mildly successful well known Point Break movie. 1st off, like the original the acting was pretty horrible. 2nd, unlike the original the screen play was awful. Things are just pieced together, no real story line of any realistic or logical conclusions. They really tried way to hard in this movie and it flopped. You need more than some extreme sport scenes to make a movie cool. This movie lacked any sort of real character development, any interest to pull the viewer in other than some nicely shot scenes. It's mostly Hollywood drivel. It's a shame they wasted such a huge budget on this movie, although I'm sure the extreme athletes who performed the stunts appreciated the pay check from it. I would skip this movie. Go watch the original it's better written, better acted (that's saying a lot) and a more interesting movie.
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