Keanu Reeves has had quite a varied film career, appearing in upbeat movies like Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey and Always Be My Maybe to films that deal with death and the supernatural like Constantine and The Devil's Advocate, not to mention big-time action flicks like The Matrix and John Wick. Throw in other projects like Man of Tai Chi, Speed, and Much Ado About Nothing and you've got yourself quite a smorgasbord of genres, but what if they all lined up into one massive story? That's the premise of Movie Star Movies' Keanu Reeves: The Movie, which links 25 of Reeves' films together into one long narrative, and you can check it out in the video located above.
It's surreal to see this many versions of Reeves all in one place, and it was put together by Movie Star Movies' Vicky Jacob-Ebbinghaus and Juarez Rodrigues, with some added help from Sue Lopes and Maks Prondzynski, who were recruited to watch as many Keanu movies as they could. It makes sense, as the actor's work spans four decades, so that's quite a few films. You can find the description from the Movie Star Movies team below.
"Keanu Reeves has made a lot of movies in his four+ decade acting career. But is there any connection between them? If all of them were compressed into just one epic movie, what would it be about? We spent three months watching every Keanu movie ever made trying to answer that question. And then another 2 months, scripting and editing a three-minute movie trailer. There are scenes and clips from some of his most iconic films like
The Matrix, John Wick, Bill & Ted and Speed. As well as some of his least iconic films like Bram Stoker’s Dracula and Johnny Mnemonic. All-in-all we used 25 Keanu films in “Keanu Reeves: The Movie” trailer."
"The trailer stitches a story together from the recurring themes in his movies. Some of which are obvious – like badass fighting scenes and saving the world. And some less expected, like romances with Charlize Theron and hell and demons. It also deals with some of mysteries about Keanu that have kept the Internet up at night. Like why doesn’t he seem to age? How did he come to be such a nice guy?"
As for the movies used, you can find the full list below.
Always Be My Maybe
Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey
Bram Stoker’s Dracula
John Wick Chapter 2
John Wick Chapter 3
Man of Tai Chi
Much Ado About Nothing
My Own Private Idaho
Something’s Gotta Give
The Day The Earth Stood Still
The Devil’s Advocate
The Matrix Reloaded
The Matrix Revolutions
To The Bone
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