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I Wish I Was... Bodhi in Point Break

Little hand says it’s time to rock ‘n’ roll!

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If you have seen Point Break (which you most certainly should have, BBC One has aired it approximately 995 times) you’ll understand that it features what is quite possibly the most bad-ass plot that has ever been conceived in the history of action cinema. 662 more words

Liam Hathaway

Would you Pay $55,492 for a Potato Salad or $9000 for a Film?

So if you’re someone who likes to keep up to date with the goings on of the cyber world or someone who peruses the Kickstarter website looking for philanthropic or entrepreneurial enterprises to support, you probably would have stumbled onto Zack Danger Brown’s potato salad campaign. 867 more words

Saroeuth Matikainen

A bombák földjén (The Hurt Locker, 2009)

A meztelen sárga ember körüli hercehurca mindig ad egy alaphangulatot, ha az ember olyan filmre ül be a moziba, amit éppen jelöltek az eseményen. Nem volt ez másképp… 1,047 more words

Dráma

Point Break: The Review

Director: Kathryn Bigelow
Cast: Keanu Reeves, Patrick Swayze, Lori Petty, Gary Busey, John C. McGinley
Plot: A FBI agent (Reeves) goes undercover to catch a group of bank robbers in a surfing community. 682 more words

Reviews From The Past

THE HURT LOCKER (2008)

Director of Photography: Barry Ackroyd

Director: Kathryn Bigelow

Perfect Shots

Willem Dafoe Remembers His First Mention in Variety

Willem Dafoe has played tough guys in films like “To Live and Die in L.A.,” starred in boundary-pushing pics like “The Last Temptation of Christ,” and been Oscar-nommed for his roles in “Platoon” and “Shadow of the Vampire.” He got sentimental as he reflected on coming of age in the 1970s New York theater scene and starring in his first film, 1981’s “Breakdown” (later retitled “The Loveless”). 367 more words

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OBPC #82: The Hurt Locker, 2009

Rating: 3½ stars (out of 4)

The Hurt Locker (2009): Dir. Kathryn Bigelow.  Written by Mark Boal.  Starring: Jeremy Renner, Anthony Mackie, Brian Geraghty, Guy Pearce, and Ralph Fiennes. 330 more words

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