I gonna start a casting call soon for the newest surfing movie. It will be called NOYA. I still need main characters Lee (protagonist) and Yankee (antagonist) The final scene will be an epic battle for waves in Va beach in mid-July. Special cameo appearance by Gary Busey as South Jetty Bill....
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Oct 5, 2012, 09:28 PM #23Member
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Point Break was great - they pulled off combining a "surf movie" with "cops 'n robbers" movie and it was entertaining. Keanu Reeves can't act his way out of a paper bag, but he's been in some decent flix.
Does anyone remember the big wave movie "In God's Hands"? Other than the big wave surfing shots, that movie was so painful to watch. The acting was so bad in that movie they made Keanu Reeves performance in "Point Break" look award-winning.
Oct 5, 2012, 11:33 PM #24
Oct 6, 2012, 12:04 AM #25
How old are you guys who are bashing a surfing movie that you know you will go see. Do you guys even know who Jay Moriarity is? Do some homework and learn something besides the garbage they teach you in school!
First off, Point Break is one the best surf movies. Going further back, North Shore isn't bad either and Big Wednesday's surfing scenes where way ahead of its time. Now, worst movie prob ever made has to be, In God's Hands. That thing is brutal to watch!
Keanu Reeves is not that bad of an actor, thats just his style, stoned! Its kind of like Mathew Mcconaughey. Everyone bashes his acting but its just cause he is from Texas and talks like a dumb redneck.
Oct 6, 2012, 12:19 AM #26Junior Member
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Oct 6, 2012, 12:30 AM #28
I just spit out some beer laughing at that one Ryan7
Oct 6, 2012, 01:29 AM #29Senior Member
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What if after the premiere, some central cali kook just paddles out at Mavericks on his NSP funsshape after being so pumped by the movie, and then just gets obliterated?
North Shore was epic! I enjoyed point break too, but both are period pieces. You have to look at them from 80s, and then 90s tinted glasses. Keanu can't act. He looks like he is reading from a cue card the whole movie. I think that kindve ads to the charm.