Point Break

Point Break

A young undercover FBI agent infiltrates a gang of thieves who share a common interest in extreme sports. A remake of the 1991 film, "Point Break".

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. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Point Break torrent reviews

William F (jp) wrote: It's only an okay movie, it's not the best drama movie I've ever seen so far.

(gb) wrote: This movie was interesting, but it missed some important info, but this movie still works out well.

Travis L (de) wrote: Great action film set in the City of Lights. Enjoyed the Travolta/Rhys-Meyers pairing & the surprise plot twist that occurs in the film.

Tony R (us) wrote: The acting is flat out awful, and this movie is stupid. It's stupid because it's boring, it's boring because it's confusing, and it's confusing because it's stupid.

Faisal A (jp) wrote: good movie....1st hour.....is ok....2nd hour is classic melodrama aimed straight at viewers who've experienced life's cruel caprices and taken stock of what really matters. Director Ajay Devgan shows an accomplished eye for visuals and a confident hand for narrative......

Jonny P (jp) wrote: "Without Limits" is a beautiful homage to the life and successes of Steve Prefontaine. Crudup''s news interview, which is played during the opening of the film and later in the context of the story, shows a unique contrast between the beginning of the film when the words are slightly meaningless (since we haven't met the main character) and later in the film once we have gotten to know Prefontaine and his running style. The acting is top-notch. I'm not very familiar with Billy Crudup as an actor but this film has piqued my interest. He plays the role of Prefontaine perfectly. Donald Sutherland is inspirational as his coach who would later go on to found Nike. Although Monica Potter plays a small role, her beautiful eyes leave a lasting impression. You will think that you have the film figured out but a few unexpected turns keep the story interesting. This is a great track film and will appeal to anybody interested in athletics.

Shannon D (kr) wrote: An astounding movie on a women's journey to freedom!

Xavier g (gb) wrote: Una de mis peliculas favoritas de Bertrand Tavernier. Impertible para los amantes de Jazz. Con la actuacion del musico Dexter Gordon.

James K (gb) wrote: In the more recent years of cinema, the rise of the independent feature film has now become something of a common practice in Hollywood. Practically, anyone- under the right circumstances and regulations- can make a movie. And this truly was the case back in the 70s and 80s. Which brings us to today's feature film. Shot in 1983, and released the following year, "The Brother from Another Planet" is an interesting look at a case of mistaken identity. While the film does suffer from some problems, it's still good for what it's worth. "The Brother from Another Planet" takes a relatively common story that has been seen and done numerous times, and turns it on its side.The story involves an alien (Joe Morton) who crash lands on Earth because of a technical malfunction. The alien just so happens to land in Harlem, NY. He blends into the city very well as he has a dark skin complexion, so he is given the nickname of Brother. The Brother soon adapts to the society of the time, and even uses his talents to get him some jobs. Unfortunately, the Brother also sees the grim underbelly of Harlem: people you can't trust, and drug dealers to give examples. Meanwhile, two cops try to capture the brother as he is a wanted fugitive."The Brother from Another Planet" is a good and interesting film to watch. The story presents itself with the idea that someone not from this world has to try and adapt to our own unique way of living. Yes, this type of story had been done before in other films, both before and after, but the curiosity factor in this movie is definitely high. This is mainly applied to the performances in the movie: their good, but Morton steals the show. The reason behind this is that throughout the entire movie, the Brother is mute, making the perfect chance to see a main character not talk throughout the entirety of the film. From a directive standpoint, John Sayles did a very good job. Musically, the soundtrack is great as has a unique style of instruments being provided, like the steel drum, and offers a wide variety of genres to reflect like jazz. Finally, the movie takes a small budget of approximately $400,000 and make something work with this kind of money.However, there are some problems concerning the film. First, there are a lot of plot holes and questions that are left unanswered. Couldn't the U.S. government be aware of an alien that has landed on Earth, and done a little bit of research? Who sent the cops? What was the crime that the Brother committed? It feels lacking and it leaves a lot to the imagination. Next, the pacing can be an issue, as the movie runs very slowly. And for technology's sake, the movie deserves a remake.In conclusion, "The Brother from Another Planet" is a nice little film that needs to be seen on how independent films back then had the potential of being noticed by the public.

Tatsuhito K (it) wrote: This is a really fun, often icky body horror film with some really interesting ideas and great practical effects. I liked how Cronenberg went from a structurally conventional sci-fi horror film (Scanners) to an unconventional, provocative, and totally original body horror movie. I liked the ideas discussed in the film, I liked how unique and different it was from any horror film I've ever seen, and even when the violence got splattery, it didn't take me out of the film. It's not for everybody, but the fans of Cronenberg would cherish this audacious piece of work. I liked it a lot!

Brian K (jp) wrote: Luagh for laugh, Love and Death is Woody Allen's funniest film; hands down.

Niklas R (es) wrote: Cool FX for its time especially if you like submarines. I enjoyed it and wanna see it again.

Alan W (mx) wrote: This was a great movie

Carlos M (br) wrote: This is probably what The Hangover would have been like had it been made with female characters: a raunchy version of Bridesmaids that is dirtier, more politically incorrect and funny as hell - gladly lacking that typical sentimentality found in most comedies today.

Loves2Garden G (ru) wrote: Fredric March is awesome!

David L (jp) wrote: With a great script, expert editing, a terrific flashback structure, good characters and a powerful ending, The Vanishing is an absolutely spectacular film that benefits from such a realistic approach to it with a great emphasis on psychological horror instead of stupid violence and twists and that is why its impact is even more heightened. It is such an atmospheric, increasingly disturbing movie that is also sophisticated and never even slightly disappointing. It is without a doubt one of the finest modern thrillers I've seen, a film that left me shaken and disturbed.