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Break PointJimmy Price is a reckless man-child on the last leg of his career as a doubles tennis player. Since he';s burned practically all of his bridges on the pro circuit, it';s a huge blow when his latest partner drops him. With the help of an unusual 11-year-old named Barry, the duo make a go at a grand slam tournament.
Actors of "Break Point"
Characters of "Break Point"
Directors of "Break Point"Jay Karas
Creators of "Break Point"Gene Hong
Critic Reviews of "Break Point"New York Daily NewsSeptember 04, 2015
"Break Point" looks good, and it has a big serve, but it's hard to love wholeheartedly.RogerEbert.comSeptember 04, 2015
It's a mild-mannered film, strange considering the ferocious nature of tennis itself, the sport that supposedly holds "Break Point" together.Los Angeles TimesSeptember 03, 2015
The affable, shaggy-dog tennis comedy Break Point is bristly and charming, just like its star and producer, Jeremy Sisto, who plays the affable shaggy-dog Jimmy Price, a washed-up semi-pro tennis player.Chicago Sun-TimesSeptember 03, 2015
Always nice to enjoy a little comfort-food movie in which almost nothing surprising or particularly fresh happens, but we're happy to spend time with the characters and we wish them the best as the credits roll.AV ClubSeptember 03, 2015
It's the kind of amiable but predictable trifle that nobody ever seeks out, but that will mildly amuse everyone who happens to stumble onto it when it hits cable and the streaming services.New York PostSeptember 02, 2015
Karas doesn't exactly reinvent the wheel as he puts this odd couple through the paces of getting in shape and reconciling old wounds, but he's helped by some laugh-out-loud quirk ...Paste MagazineSeptember 10, 2015
Break Point has its moments. It's passable, light entertainment, but ultimately comes up short when reaching for deeper comedic or dramatic flair.Aisle SeatSeptember 05, 2015
Break Point is light and bouncy, not unlike a tennis ball being lobbed back and forth. You always know where it's going, yet there's a distinct pleasure in the fast-paced way it gets there.Film School RejectsSeptember 04, 2015
As far as tennis comedies go, this one sits somewhere between WIMBLEDON and BALLS OUT. Make of that what you will.JoBlo's Movie EmporiumSeptember 04, 2015
Break Point may not be a great film, but it certainly has a lot of heart. This is a sweet flick.Common Sense MediaSeptember 04, 2015
Quietly moving comedy about tennis, brotherhood; language.Film Journal InternationalSeptember 03, 2015
There's just too much déja vu at play on this court.
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