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Breaking Point (2009)

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"Breaking Point" is a dramatic tale of corruption and self-realization, in which one man has to overcome a deep seeded conspiracy and his own lingering past in order to gain the redemption ... See full summary »

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Steven Luisi
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Al Bowen
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Marty Berlin
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Celia Hernandez
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Judge Green
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Richard Allen (as Kirk 'Sticky Fingaz' Jones)
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Byron Young
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Quisha Saunders ...
Tanya
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Frank Donnelly
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Gregory Fixx
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Det. Howard
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Buster Biggs (as muMs da Schemer)
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Detective Flynn (as Jim 'Whisper' Staszkiel)
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"Breaking Point" is a dramatic tale of corruption and self-realization, in which one man has to overcome a deep seeded conspiracy and his own lingering past in order to gain the redemption he desires. Steven Luisi (Tom Berenger), a once prominent criminal defense attorney is attempting to come back to the profession after a struggle with drug addiction and a family tragedy. Steven stumbles into a complex, high profile murder case. Against his better judgment, he takes on the case that will eventually lead him down a path that brings him face to face with his own demons. While trying to solve the case Steven teams up with an ex-athlete turned gang member, Richard "Beanz" Allen. The two develop a fast friendship. Together they seek to reveal the truth and bring about justice in the court and on the street. Steven and Allen go head to head with the murderous Bowen (Busta Rhymes), a vicious Gang leader and Steven's old drug dealer. With Allen's help, Steven discovers that there are deep ... Written by Anonymous

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Rated R for strong violence, language, some drug use and brief nudity | See all certifications »

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2 December 2009 (USA)  »

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$2,500,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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Executive produced by fraudster Charles Martin, former owner of One World Capital that was the focus of an American Greed episode See more »

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Performed by: Sticky Fingaz
Written by: Sticky Fingaz (as Kirk Jones)
Composed by: Sticky Fingaz (as Kirk Jones) (ASCAP)
Produced by: Shelton 'Ess Man' Rivers (as Ess Man)
Publisher: The Fingaz Foundation, ASCAP
Sticky Fingaz appears courtesy of Major Independents
© Major Independents, 2008
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Much Better Then Expected
8 January 2010 | by See all my reviews

I don't know why this is rated so low. True it's closer to 7 than 8, but come on, how amazing a movie did people expect from Berenger and Busta? 7 out of 10 is a huge accomplishment for them, so I say 8.

That said, they actually may have given their best performances ever in this film. Somehow Assante was at the lower end of the performance calibre. He does alright I guess, but it's Armand Assante, decent is his minimum. Sticky Fingaz is pretty decent too.

I can't stress enough the amazing job old Tom Berenger comes up with, I assume good direction helped, but you really feel for his character, just as on the flip side, Busta Rhymes does a bang up job getting you to hate his character, I wanted to end him seconds into his appearance, and more every second thereafter.

The story and direction etc are all decent, certainly above average compared to what one would expect.

It's only fair to note that towards the end of the movie, the quality declines a bit, I guess they spent too much time making the rest of it as good as they could, and they had to rush. Whatever,

I was pleasantly surprised, I enjoyed the movie for the most part, you probably will too.


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