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Impact Point (2008)

Pro Beach Volleyball star, Kelly Reyes, faces challenges everyday, fierce competitors, the press, but nothing could prepare her for him.

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After Kelly Reyes and her teammate lose a close semi-final match in the Association of Volleyball Professionals' championship, a print journalist, Holden Gregg, wants to interview her. He says that losers' comments are more interesting than winners'. The interview leads to dinner and a night together. News comes that one of the women on the team that defeated Kelly has died in a hit-and-run accident. Kelly takes her place on the team that will play in the championship in two weeks, the police investigation into the hit-and-run discloses that Kelly may be in grave danger, and Holden may not be what he says. A murderer is out there waiting for the championship game. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Ultimate fan. Killer obsession.

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Rated R for violence, language, some sexuality and nudity | See all certifications »

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$2,200,000 (estimated)
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Holden Gregg: [scoffs on the notion of the other cops stopping him] They can't see what's in front of them
Detective Adams: But I do!
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Published by Hatton Road Music
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Lame stalker outing
15 November 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

IMPACT POINT is a below-par stalker movie that sees former BEVERLY HILLS 90210 star Brian Austin Green playing an obsessed fan who ends up stalking a volleyball star. The movie has TV-level production values throughout and singularly fails to impress thanks to a lack of skill and talent on the part of those involved in the making of it.

The problems with this movie are myriad, but here are a few: first, the volleyball scenes. Volleyball seems to me to be a sport aimed solely at male viewers who can enjoy bikini-clad women bouncing about in the sand and, sure enough, we get tons of those slow-mo shots here; so many in fact that I'm surprised the director was a woman. In any case, such scenes come across as filler and are completely unappetising. Similarly, an attempt at a 'hot' sex scene feels like something from one of those '90s-era sub-par Shannon Tweed movies.

Secondly, the narrative is routine. There's little to no suspense in the stalking plot, apart from in a couple of short chase sequences. The acting is pretty awful, with Green failing to build a presence as the villain and Melissa Keller a completely unworthy object of his obsession. Instead, the film-makers seem determined to get as much product placement in their movie as they can, particularly from Coca Cola. There's not much in the way of violence to speak of either, so this is a disappointment through and through. My favourite stalker movie thus far is the excellent TV movie STALKING LAURA, based on a true story and starring Richard Thomas - go check that one out if you haven't already.


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