5 Reasons ‘Point Break’ Might Not Be The Worst Reboot Ever Made

Just because one can remake the 1991 movie Point Break doesn’t mean they should. Or that is the way fans of the original cult movie are feeling after watching the trailer for the 2015 remake. But is the new Point Break movie really the worst reboot ever made? Let’s have a look at the pros and cons of this latest reboot.

      1. Instead of surfers there are extreme sports fanatics. This should make for a Point Break movie that is chock full of adrenaline pumping action. And if the trailer is anything to go by, there will be plenty of action scenes to satisfy. However, fans will have to risk seeing the movie to find out.
      2. While Point Break, the 2015 remake, is gearing up to disappoint fans, it is not the first time a cult movie has been remade badly. Can anyone say The Karate Kid? According to Box Office Scoop, the 2010 version of The Karate Kid was only an instrument for the Smith clan to show off their son, Jaden.
      3. Reboots are better than sequels. Grease 2 is a perfect example of this theory. While Point Break stars the same characters with different actors and character backgrounds, at least no one needs to live through the “Reproduction” song from Grease 2 again.