- ESPNMay 26 03:24 PM
Bodo: Janowicz latest to break one of tennis' codes
- The InquisitrMay 26 09:32 PM
Back in 1991, the world went crazy for the original Point Break movie. Keanu Reeves and the late Patrick Swayze bought sexiness and surfers to the big screen in a movie that combined the surf and a crime wave. Fans, while knowing they shouldn’t like the surfer Bodhi (played by Swayze) for the crimes he ‘Point Break’ Gets A Remake — But Will It Be As Good As The First One? is an article from: The...
- Boston.comMay 27 07:44 AM
Warner Bros. released the CGI-laden trailer for the remake of the classic 1991 action movie starring Patrick Swayze and Keanu Reeves. Opinion is divided.
- US WeeklyMay 27 06:32 AM
The trailer for Point Break was released on May 26, and it looks even more extreme than the 1991 original starring Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze -- watch it here and read reactions.
- Fox SportsMay 26 12:33 PM
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) One play. One fall. One bad break.
- Albuquerque JournalMay 25 11:11 PM
How about a break from world of sports – sort of – for a little sing-along?
- Everett HeraldMay 26 05:03 PM
OAKLAND, Calif. — One play. One fall. One bad break. That's all it takes to shift a series and derail a dream season.
- The Border MailMay 20 02:39 PM
BORDER-WALWA will be out to break one of the longest victory droughts in not only Upper Murray but country football history when it clashes with Corryong at Corryong on Saturday.
'Point Break' 2015 Trailer: 4 Moments That Prove The Remake Will Be Very Different From The 1991 Original [VIDEO]International Business TimesMay 27 07:47 AM
“Point Break” is back! At the end of the classic 1991 action movie, Keanu Reeves’ FBI Agent Johnny Utah tells another agent, “[Bodhi’s] not coming back.” However, on Dec. 25, the surfing bank robber will return to theaters after all, albeit played by Édgar Ramírez. Johnny Utah will be back as well, with Australian actor Luke Bracey taking over for Reeves.
- Sentinel & EnterpriseMay 27 04:03 AM
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- One play. One fall. One bad break. That's all it takes to shift a series and derail a dream season. Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors found out how fragile a championship chase can be in their Game 4 loss at Houston when the NBA MVP took a scary spill that nearly gave a storybook season a frightening twist. Instead, the moment just serves as a reminder to both ...