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Point Break - 2015 Trailer


Johnny Utah rarely lets his professional life as a promising new FBI recruit cross over with his personal passion of extreme sports, namely surfing some of the world's biggest waves. However, it seems his prowess as an athlete  has finally found its use at work, as he is enlisted to go undercover on one of the FBI's most difficult cases. A group of masked men have managed to make off with extraordinary amounts of money in bank raids by using the most unexpected of escape techniques. Indeed, their ability to flee from a crime scene for exceeds the talents of those chasing them, which is why Utah is their only hope left. After successfully integrating himself into a group of suspicious-looking sports fanatics, he meets Bodhi; a charismatic individual with whom Utah embarks on a number of extreme escapades. Utah needs firm proof that Bodhi is behind the robberies, but as he becomes ever closer to him, the friendship evolves into an unexpected and highly dangerous bond.

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Point Break (2015) - Teaser Trailer


Johnny Utah is a young new agent in the FBI who also happens to be an incredible athlete in extreme sports. Thus, this makes him the perfect agent to go undercover on a rather unique case, where a group of particularly talented masked individuals are raiding banks with an extraordinary ability to escape in ever more astonishing ways. Utah soon infiltrates one particular gang of sportsmen, led by the charismatic Bodhi who he becomes particularly drawn to as together they venture on dangerous excursions from rock climbing to surfing. He's deeply suspicious that Bodhi is part of the robberies, but getting solid proof means getting even closer to him; close enough that even Utah's boss starts to get uneasy. Utah's got a lead, but can he bring himself to follow it? Or will he find an unlikely loyalty in his so-called friendship with Bodhi?

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Yves Saint Laurent Review


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Like Coco Before Chanel, this French designer biopic is far too respectful of its subject to come to life properly as a movie. It's gorgeous to look at, and features striking performances and a strong central story. But filmmaker Jalil Lespert maintains a too-worthy tone that makes the storyline drag badly, even though there's a strikingly intriguing relationship at the centre.

The film picks up the story of Yves Saint Laurent (Pierre Niney) in the 1950s, when the 21-year-old hotshot is shaking up Paris as a designer for Christian Dior. When military service costs him his job and shakes his mental health, his lover Pierre Berge (Guillaume Gallienne) steps in and becomes his professional partner, helping him establish YSL as an iconic brand. Over the decades Yves reinvents fashion by combining classic looks with imaginative flourishes. As he falls into drugs and alcohol to cope with the overpowering expectations, it's Pierre who keeps him going and manages the company to global powerhouse status. Although outside liaisons put a strain on their personal relationship.

Lespert does a remarkable job at capturing Saint Laurent's visual aesthetic, filling the screen with bold colours, sleek lines and achingly beautiful clothes. The immaculately recreated catwalk shows are stunning, while the raucously staged parties are packed with actors playing iconic figures. But all of these people are little more than bursts of colour in an otherwise glum movie.

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Yves Saint Laurent - Teaser Trailer


Yves Saint Laurent is a 21-year-old aspiring fashion designer whose sketches have caught the eye of one of France's most revered fashion giants, Christian Dior. When Yves finds himself the successor of Dior's fashion house, he suddenly finds himself a major celebrity; a status which grows at the arrival of his first catwalk show. It's there he meets Pierre Bergé, with whom he falls in love and the pair quickly become business partners. However, life becomes more complicated when Yves finds himself fired, and his life spirals into a whirlwind of humiliation, media savagery, drugs and mental illness. Despite his problems, however, he still manages to impress the world with his first collection - a move which would change the world of haute couture forever.

'Yves Saint Laurent' is a biographical drama based on the colourful life of the world renowned designer of the same name. Based on the biography 'Letters to Yves' by Laurence Benaïm, the movie has been directed and co-written by Jalil Lespert ('Headwinds', '24 Bars') with previous screenplay collaborator Marie-Pierre Huster ('Amitiés sincères', 'Headwinds') and Jacques Fieschi ('Going Away', 'Nelly & Monsieur Arnaud'). 'Yves Saint Laurent' is set to be unveiled in the UK on March 21st 2014.

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Point Break - 2015 Trailer

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Johnny Utah rarely lets his professional life as a promising new FBI recruit cross over...

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Point Break (2015) - Teaser Trailer

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