Point Break (2015)

Theatrical Release: December 25, 2015
Point Break (2015)


A young FBI agent infiltrates an extraordinary team of extreme sports athletes he suspects of masterminding a string of unprecedented, sophisticated corporate heists. “Point Break” is inspired by the classic 1991 hit.

Dove Review

Johnny lost his best friend while motorcrossing on the top of some high mountians and his friend fell over the cliff. He blamed himself for the accident for years and then decided to join the FBI.

While in the FBI there is a diamond heist that everyone though would be impossible to accomplish. Then their is another heist of a different type, again requiring amazing skills to perform. Johnny does some investigation on his own and discovers a possible connection between these and a third one so he gets his boss to give him permission to go to Paris to infiltrate the perpetrator’s gang and stop this madness. But in doing so he discovers that they are far more than just ordinary thieves and thrill seekers.

This movie is much like the original on and is filled with action, adventure and drama. But unfortunately because of many violent scenes and language, it is outside of our guidelines for considering this a family friendly film.

Content Description

Sex: Unmarried couple kiss and have assumed sex
Language: F-1; S-16 ;Ass-7; H-4; D-2; S.O.B-1; OG-1
Violence: Man falls off cliff on motorcycle; a robbery of diamonds; a robbery of money from a plane; men boxing and fighting; many scenes where men have blood on their faces; many police officers shot and killed; man falls off cliff while rock climbing; two men fall into waterfalls; twice there were scene were two men are surfing in huge waves; man goes surfing and it is assumed he dies; explosions on a mountain starts a rock slide and trucks are destroyed;
Drugs: Scenes of young people drinking at a party on yacht and in another location; two men share a joint; smoking cigarettes; man downs a shot of liquor
Nudity: Many scenes with young women in in skimpy bikinis; men without shirts; couple undressing and are naked but only upper part of back of man is seen; while laying down side of woman's breast is shown in a shadow
Other: inappropriate hand gestures; attitudes towards others; extreme stunts on motorcycles, rock climbing, and ski soaring


Company: Warner Brothers
Director: Ericson Core
Genre: Action
Runtime: 113 min.
Industry Rating: PG-13
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe