Point Break

Point Break (1991)

Ending / spoiler

(1 vote)

Nearly everyone dies in a bungled heist. The only survivors are Bodhi (Patrick Swayze), Roach and Johnny (Keanu Reeves). As Bodhi and Roach are trying to leave the country in a plane, Johnny meets them at the airport and Angelo tries to catch them but is killed. The three leave on the plane. When enough altitude is gained, Bodhi jumps off and Johnny (without a parachute) follows him. After a mid air struggle they land. Johnny is reunited with Tyler. Some time later, Johnny tracks down and finds Bodhi but lets him go to surf to his death at Bell's Beach, Australia in one of those monstrous waves.

steev

Revealing mistake: During the night surfing scene notice that the sun is evident in the background (look closely it does not appear long). There are also shots where you can see clouds and faint blue sky. Moments later you see Keanu and Lori sitting in the water with completely different lighting which was actually taken at night and further distinguishes that the surfing shots were not actually done at night time. I heard the scene was shot during the day with a filter so it looked like it was shot at night.

More mistakes in Point Break

Johnny Utah: Wars of religion always make me laugh, because basically you're fighting over who has the best imaginary friend.

More quotes from Point Break

Trivia: Johnny is reporting to Angelo on Bhodi's movements that day. He comments on how he goes and eats lunch at "Patrick's Roadhouse." There is an actual bar and grill on the Pacific Coast Highway right out of Los Angeles called 'Patrick's Roadhouse', but Patrick Swayze also starred in "Roadhouse" a few years earlier, so this seems like a deliberate nod.

More trivia for Point Break

Join the mailing list

Separate from membership, this is to get updates about mistakes in recent releases. Addresses are not passed on to any third party, and are used solely for direct communication from this site. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Check out the mistake & trivia books, on Kindle and in paperback.