In reviewing Keanu Reeves' latest film, 'Henry's Crime,' critic Rex Reed snipes, "the only surprise in it is finding Keanu Reeves in a role that requires some acting. The movie is not great, but the star is not bad. This, in some quarters, is high praise indeed."
Reed's certainly not alone: A large chunk of the moviegoing public would agree, that Keanu guy just can't act.
There's a great laugh for heist movie fans in the low-wattage comedy Henry's Crime, when ex-con Henry (Keanu Reeves) -- who has just finished doing a year in the joint -- returns to visit Max (James Caan), who's doing life. Read Post
Keanu Reeves doesn't exclusively star in big-budget sci-fi flicks. Every now and then he takes a break from movies requiring a fleet of stuntmen to act in smaller, more intimate stories. One such film is 'Henry's Crime' and Cinemati... Read Post