First Trailer for Tennis Comedy ‘Break Point’ Featuring J.K. Simmons
“You have zero to lose!” Broad Green Pictures has debuted a central trailer for Break Point, a tennis comedy not to be confused with Point Break, a reconstitute due in theaters this Dec (which looks only awful). Break Point is a totally opposite kind of film starring J.K. Simmons as good as Jeremy Sisto, David Walton, Amy Smart, Joshua Rush, Vincent Ventresca, Chris Parnell, Adam Devine. The film is about disloyal brothers who group adult to take on a tennis grand impact tournament, with their family in tow. It doesn’t demeanour half bad, another sports delight family comedy that has a honeyed moments. Enjoy!
Here’s a initial central trailer for Jay Karas’ comedy Break Point, in high def from Apple:
Jimmy Price is a forward man-child on a final leg of his career as a doubles tennis player. When his latest partner drops him, he realizes he’s strictly burnt all of his bridges on a pro circuit. He decides to make one last-ditch bid to revitalise his career, reaching outward of a tennis universe and convincing his childhood partner—his disloyal hermit Darren, now an boring surrogate teacher—to group adult with him. The incompatible pair, with a assistance of a singular 11-year-old named Barry, make an doubtful run during a grand impact contest and are forced to re-discover their game, and their brotherhood. Break Point is destined by Jay Karas, from a book by Gene Hong Jeremy Sisto. Break Point will arrive in theaters on September 4th.