Point Break (1991)

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Kathryn Bigelow's fourth action film follows FBI agent Johnny Utah (Keanu Reeves) as he goes undercover to infiltrate a cache of Southern California surfers suspected of robbing banks. Utah, a former football player, is assigned to Los Angeles. There, four bank robbers, who wear rubber masks and call themselves Ex-Presidents, have executed a series of successful robberies which embarrassingly have the FBI stumped. Utah, and his partner Pappas (Gary Busey) suspect that the robbers are surfers and hatch a plan for catching them.~ Linda Rasmussen, All Movie Guide


  • Patrick Swayze
  • Keanu Reeves
  • Gary Busey
  • Lori Petty
  • John C. McGinley
  • James Le Gros
  • John Philbin
  • Bojesse Christopher
  • Julian Reyes
  • Daniel Beer

Did You Know?


  • The "f" word is said one hundred five times.
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  • Gun switches from Johnny's left hand to right after jumping on Bodhi's back.
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    • Bodhi: Little hand says it's time to rock and roll.
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In all fairness, this swill's swells are in the action: car chases, foot chases, wipeouts, shootouts, brawls and falls -- and they're terrific. Director Kathryn Bigelow pumps up the action to, indeed, full adrenal dimension. [12 July 1991]

Metacritic review by Duane Byrge
Duane Byrge
The Hollywood Reporter

The plot of Point Blank, summarized, invites parody (rookie agent goes undercover as surfer to catch bank robbers). The result is surprisingly effective.

Metacritic review by Roger Ebert
Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times

At her best—and even in a hand-me-down project like Point Break—Bigelow is a uniquely talented, uniquely powerful filmmaker. Where the male action directors are still playing with toys-with dolls and models and matte shots-Bigelow has tapped into something primal and strong. She is a sensualist of genius in this most sensual of mediums.

Metacritic review by Dave Kehr
Dave Kehr
Chicago Tribune