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Point Break

1991 film by Kathryn Bigelow

Point Break

Released 1991 (31 years, 4 months ago)

Director Kathryn Bigelow
Duration 122 minutes
Awards MTV Movie Award for Most Desirable Male
Genre crime film, heist film, thriller film, action film, surf film, sports film and buddy cop film
Nominated for MTV Movie Award for Best Action Sequence and MTV Movie Award for Most Desirable Male
Composer Mark Isham
Production company Largo Entertainment
Country of origin United States of America and Japan
Producer Robert L. Levy and Peter Abrams

About Point Break

In 1991, director Kathryn Bigelow brought us Point Break, a thrilling action movie that has become a cult classic. Starring Keanu Reeves as FBI agent Johnny Utah and Patrick Swayze as charismatic surfer and bank robber Bodhi, the film follows Utah as he goes undercover to infiltrate Bodhi's gang of adrenaline junkies.

With stunning surfing scenes, intense action sequences, and a gripping plot, Point Break has become a beloved film for many. It also features a memorable soundtrack, including tracks from bands like Red Hot Chili Peppers and Ratt.

The film received mixed reviews upon its release, with some critics praising its energy and excitement, while others criticized its over-the-top nature. However, it has since gained a dedicated fanbase and has been referenced in pop culture numerous times.

Point Break has also inspired a 2015 remake, which received negative reviews and failed to capture the magic of the original. But for fans of the original, Point Break remains a thrilling ride that showcases the talents of its cast and crew.


- Ebert, Roger. "Point Break.", 12 July 1991,

- Travers, Peter. "Point Break." Rolling Stone, 11 July 1991,

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