On July 12, 1991, action cinema changed forever with the release of 'Point Break.' In the film, Keanu Reeves stars as Johnny Utah, a rookie FBI agent who is sent undercover into the Ex-Presidents, a notorious gang of bank-robbers who love holding people up at gun point, almost as much as they love surfing. Utah's allegiances are challenged when he strikes up a bond with the gang's charismatic leader, Bodhi -- played by the late Patrick Swayze -- a criminal with a Zen-like approach to fighting the system.

'Point Break' speaks to all those viewers who know that the human spirit is alive in them and must be expressed at all costs, whether that means skydiving without a parachute, or firing your gun up in the air while shouting "argh!" In addition to Reeves and Swayze, 'Point Break' stars the eccentric, Oscar-nominated Gary Busey as Angelo Pappas, Johnny Utah's FBI mentor.

Moviefone wanted to speak with Mr. Busey about the film's 20th anniversary... but you don't really speak with Gary so much, as strap in and let him take you on a ride. Here now is Gary Busey's thoughts on 'Point Break,' possible sequels and a once-in-a-lifetime sky-diving adventure with Patrick Swayze.
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