The Avener, Phoebe Killdeer
The Black Keys
Dig the Kid
Headhunterz and Steve Aoki
November, 07th 2016
Point Break album description:In such an active and dynamic film, the same music just had to be – for example, The Power Of Now by Steve Aoki or Runaway.
The film is an interesting fusion of spy movies, anarchic ideas, crazy people, and phenomenal tricks. The film, where unrealistic jumps in flying suits that makes a person look like a flying squirrel found the outrageous embodiment. This is complemented by vertical landings in a cave on a stunning speed. No matter how tough you are, but doing such tricks is beyond capacity. At least, in the mind of the average person that does not understand how this all on the screen is possible. Complement this with deep philosophy, thought-through anarchic ideas, their striking implementation, as well as strong enjoying with life at the same time – like surfing on the waves, high like a building, or jumping headfirst from the waterfall, or jumps on motorcycles from 20th floor of the skyscraper on the street right through its glass – and you get a clue of what the creators of this film have put here.
The film does not contain very big names of music artists, for example – who knows Andrew Watt? Nevertheless, the performance of the songs here will find its fans in youth that is heart-opened to popular Brit pop represented by Fade Out Lines. Interestingly, this film is one of the most worked-through about the anarchy that has the most spectacular stunts and effective implementation of ideas of an equal dissemination of the world's wealth. For example, jumping with a pile of money out of the plane to rain-shed them on the locals. Or giving away diamonds to poor Afro American people. Just like Robin Hoods of our time – in this case, they don’t leave anything to themselves. We wonder what would happen if all of their money would be stolen by the same Robin Hoods? Would they rage? Reference: Find "Point Break" profile on IMDb, read more on Wikipedia, visit movie Official Website