Written by Mr. Mouseburger 28th Jun 2005
Special Agent Utah has tracked down and either killed or arrested the infamous bank robbery gang known as the ex-presidents (named so on account of the masks they wear). We find out early in the film that their purpose in robbing banks is so they can have money to travel around the world to find the best surfing spots.
Utah manages to catch up with Bodhi, the leader of the ex-presidents, in Australia, where he is looking out at the most amazing set of waves imaginable. As described earlier in the film, Bodhi's dream is to surf on these once-in-a-lifetime set of waves, but following a struggle with Utah, it appears his dream has been shattered as Utah handcuffs him before he gets the chance to surf.
Who's silly enough to surf in this storm? Answer: Bodhi / That shell is the spitting image of Reagan's face! / Bodhi does his best impression of Mr. Miyagi
Pleading with Utah, Bodhi appeals to Utah's surfer bum nature and promises to turn himself in without any fuss if he is allowed to surf one wave. Utah agrees, uncuffs him and walks off allowing Bodhi his surf. When one enquiring cop asks, "Shouldn't we wait for him?"
Utah replies, "He's not coming back."
After an aggressive fight to handcuff him, Utah decides to release him, making the previous scuffle completely pointless
Sure enough, the wave that Bodhi has caught is nothing short of a tsunami. After appearing to surf it for a moment, he is overwhelmed by the power of it and disappears into the wave never to be seen again.
Experienced surfer Bodhi can't even stand on his board before he is wiped out - the man from the Old Spice ads must be turning in his grave