Título original Point Break - 2015
Duração 114 min
Data de lançamento 25 Dec 2015
Director Ericson Core
País USA, Germany, China
Filme Caçadores de Emoção Além do Limite – Um jovem agente do FBI (Luke Bracey) tem como missão se infiltrar em meio a atletas de esportes radicais, suspeitos de cometerem uma série de roubos nunca vistos até então. Não demora muito para que ele se aproxime de Bodhi (Édgar Ramirez), o líder do grupo, e conquiste sua confiança.
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Watch 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.
Movie Point Break The original Point Break was mostly known for its memorable bromance between Utah and Bodhi and some of its greatest action scenes ever put to film. Either way, this remake doesn’t bring enough justice to the cult classic. Its new approach, instead of a simple undercover cop thriller, is now a globe-trotting adventure featuring daredevils who are pulling off a grand stunt show. Though the stunts are impressive at times, it still pales in comparison with the original. The characters are bland, the plot makes no sense and every moment it tries to replicate with the original is just painfully forced for the sake of what they believe it’s called “fan service. Watch Point Break ” Therefore, there isn’t much reason for Point Break (2015) to exist. So Point Break is now about the stunts, but just like most action movies today, it also had to strip away personality. So whenever we see the cops, and even the daredevils, interact, it’s just not so entertaining. One of the charms of the original, while it had some great action sequences, even the characters are interesting to watch. Even if it’s trifle, it’s still worth spending your time. … by Mek Torres