Neo will be back soon with "Matrix Resurrections", the fourth installment in the popular Matrix sci-fi series and Keanu Reeves' latest film. Keanu Reeves's career declined in the early 21st century after starring in some of the best action movies of the 1990s due to a series of professional and financial failures, but the 2014 John Wick franchise came to Reeves' aid. Reeves is best known for the iconic characters in the franchises he has starred in, from Neo and John Wick to his character in "Bill and Ted." He is often regarded outside the cinema for his character and as a good person, but Reeves is a much more talented actor than is often attributed to him. This unpredictable Hollywood actor has several interesting performances in his established franchises that are less seen, which is not bad to examine them together.
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7. River's Edge )
- Director: Tim Hunter
- Cast: Keanu Reeves, Crispin Glover, Eun Sky
- Release Date: 1986
- Raton Tomitose Score: 88 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the film: 7 out of 10
Keanu in the early 80's and before the film " The "collapse point", to introduce him as an action symbol, was an enchanting teenager. Keanu often had a weak and stupid personality and, of course, a sense of humor. Keanu's role in the drama "River Edge" was much more sensitive than his more comedic roles in "Parents" and the "Bill and Ted" franchise. "Edge of the River" has an interesting contrast with the more teen films of the time. The story of the film is about a group of poor teenagers in Northern California who are struggling with the murder of their friend Jimmy (Danny Dates) and happen to know the culprit very well. Keanu portrays despair and isolation in a character who has no hope for his future.
6. The Night Before ( The Night Before )
- Director: Tom Eberhart
- Actors: Keanu Reeves, Laurie Laughlin, Teresa Saldana
- Release Date: 1988
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 68 out of 100
- strong> IMDb rating for movie: 6.2 out of 10
Kiano shows off his skills in early childhood Dad and "The Night Before" was his first experience with useless sex comedies, which was by no means on the level of the more mature works of John Hughes and Cameron Crowe. The night before is definitely a film with not very appropriate themes, and portraying the passion of teenagers and their special relationships is not something that continues today. It is Keanu's charisma and charm that makes the film stand out.
The film, told in a bizarre non-linear story, follows Keanu as a poor teenager named Winston Conley who tries to Connect with the popular and wealthy Tara Mitchell (Laurie Laughlin). After losing a bet, Tara is forced to date Keanu, and the two spend a strange night in Los Angeles after stealing a car. The stupidity of Keanu's character in this film is one of the few good elements of this work compared to its awful nature.
5. Dangerous Liaisons )
- Director: Stephen Fiers
- Actors: Glenn Close, John Malkovich, Keanu Reeves
- Release Date: 1988
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 93 out of 100
- IMDb rating per movie: 7.6 out of 10
If you list "Worst Character Accent in Hollywood Movies" Do a Google search, and surely Kiano's ridiculous British accent in "Dracula" will be one of them. He clearly did not fit into Francis Ford Coppola's Gothic romance, which led many to believe that Keanu was not suitable for historical artifacts. Keanu's role in "Dangerous Communications" is brilliantly portrayed compared to Dracula, who does not fit his mood, and he portrays the character's discomfort while exerting his influence in the best possible way.
The film is a Stephen Fiers historical comedy about the illegal gambling between Marquis Isabel Martwell (Glenn Close) and Vicomte Sebastian Valmont (John Malkovich) over the seduction of young maidens Madame Marie Torroll (Michelle Pfeiffer) and Cecil Wallag (Uma Thurman). Keanu plays a pivotal role in the character of Rafael Densney, a young single knight who proposes to Cecil from Valmont. Malkovich captivates the audience with his delicate performance, and Keanu is a naive character who easily becomes his toy.
4. Much Ado About Nothing ( Much Ado About Nothing )
- Director: Kenneth Branagh
- Actors: Kenneth Branagh, Denzel Washington, Keanu Reeves
- Release Date: 1993
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 90 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.3 out of 10
Nothing subtle in Kent's luxurious adaptation There is no Brana in William Shakespeare's "Too Much for Noise," and that is quite intentional. Brana realized that comedy could be extracted from the heart of a melodrama, and as a result the whole cast played their characters in a very special way. Brana and Emma Thompson portray Benedict and Beatrice as absurd, and the satirical exaggerated innocence of Claudio (Robert Sean Leonard) and Hiros (Kate Beckinsale) is evident.
Kiano's exaggerated interpretation She fully understood Shakespeare, and her performance as Don Pedro is interestingly entertaining. His malicious intent to abuse Claudio is quite clear, and his plot is perfectly in tune with the rhythm of the story, given Leonard's concentration on melodrama and ignorance.
3. The Devil's Advocate )
- Director: Taylor Hackford
- Actors: Keanu Reeves, Al Pacino , Charlize Theron
- Release Date: 1997
- Raton Tomitose Score: 63 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the movie: 7.5 out of 10
"Devil's Advocate" is a really weird movie . Both the run time (144 minutes) and the budget ($ 57 million) are good for building and running a court epic, but the story is completely worthless. Taylor Hackford's thrilling legal work differs from the usual drama of the 1990s because of its shocking violence, sexual undertones, and special imagery, and critics and viewers do not know exactly what to call it. An exciting horror film, satirical and extreme satire, or a completely bastard? The latter seems to be a more accurate description.
Keanu has a southern accent and is a disgusting figure as a fraudulent lawyer named Kevin Lumax, who is hired by a law firm run by the real devil (Al Pacino). Pacino is as great as ever, and Keanu makes Lumex look just as smart. This performance is one of the few in which Kiano delivers subtle performance. Lumex has a more human and familiar character than the devil himself.
2. The Gift ( The Gift )
- Director: Sam Remy
- Cast: Keanu Reeves, Cate Blanchett, Cate Holmes
- Release Date: 000
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 57 out of 100
- Score IMDb to the movie: 6.7 out of 10
"Gift" is not like Sam Remy's other movies. Compared to the triple energy and dynamics of "The Evil Dead" or "Spider-Man", this film is an exciting and supernatural work on a small scale. The film takes place in a dark city in Georgia, where Annie (Cate Blanchett) appears as a witness in the trial of the murder of one of her clients, Valerie (Hillary Swank).
Keanu plays the role He plays Barksdale, Valerie's husband, and in a rare case, has a completely hated character. Keanu plays a poisonous character who must fall behind bars but does not appear to be convicted by the judicial system of the court. He shows his best in this role.
1. The Neon Demon )
- Director: Nicholas Winding Raffen
- Actors: Keanu Reeves, L. Fanning , Jean Malone
- Release Date: 2016
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 59 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the movie: 6.2 out of 10
Keanu in the years after the end of the "Matrix" trilogy "Appeared less in the lead roles in the films, and his position was shaken until" John Wick "arrived. Interestingly, despite his symbolic and special face, Keanu also worked in the form of some strange characters in the author's films. Most memorable of these roles was his role as a motel manager, Hank, in the horror film "Neon Devil" by Nicholas Winding Raffen.
This film is about a teenage model named Jesse (El Fanning) who Her friend travels to Hollywood to work in the fashion industry. Jesse is confronted with the underworld of angels and various figures, including Hank, who lives in the suburbs. In this film, Rafen examines the ugliness and behind the scenes of the fashion industry.