When Reeves was papped solitarily eating a sandwich, looking a little down in the dumps, in walking boots, it inevitably found its way on to internet silo 4chan before transforming into Sad Keanu. He revealed in his Reddit AMA a brief history of his life as a bibliophile: “As a kid, we can start with the Count of Monte Cristo. Then we could get into finding as a teenager getting into Fyodor Dostoyevsky's The Idiot, Notes from Underground, The Brothers Karamazov, we could get into Jim Thompson, we could go into some William Gibson, then we could do In Search of Lost Time by Proust. Modest Rocker Keanu describes himself as "not an air guitar afficionado", but admits that "when you first hear that chord or that moment in the song when the electric guitar cuts in, or blazes out, once in a while you just got to strum all those strings in the air." So rock on. Literary Keanu, aka Dracula Keanu (Bram Stoker's Dracula, 1992) When Keanu isn’t making many different faces on stage and screen, he is hiding his face behind a book.In the film, couple rent the same home (the titular lake house) two years apart, and manage to fall in love without ever meeting, via a mystical time-travel mail box.Nothing makes any sense, but Keanu gets to wear beige wear polo necks and practise his sensitive face. Baby Keanu (The Brotherhood of Justice, 1986) Reeves was 21 when he starred in the 1986 US made-for-TV movie Brotherhood of Justice, in which plays rich kid Derek, leader of a group of high-school vigilantes. Unflattering Angle Keanu Pictures of Reeves looking somewhat heavier than usual surfaced last year, after the star attended the 2013 Cannes Film Festival.Off stage, he donned the white jacket to play Don John in the 1993 film adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing. Cartoon Keanu Swiftly after finishing his job as Matrix Keanu, Reeves allowed himself to be digitally filmed and then animated for Richard Linklater’s A Scanner Darkly, in which he played Bob Arctor, a paranoid, drug-taking detective based on Philip K Dick’s creation. Reeves stars as John Constantine, star of DC’s Hellblazer comics and man with the ability to crack enamel baths and create impromptu bathroom fountains due to his otherworldly connections. The 2001 romance, (sickly) Sweet November, starred Reeves alongside Charlize Theron, who played a woman dying of cancer, who picks a new man to date each month.The film was redeemed mainly by the fact that it featured five frothy white poodles; Reeves is seen here, displaying his "bemused by abundance of dogs" face.One day, during a driving test, he meets Sara, a beautiful but seemingly eccentric woman.But, she is falsely accused of cheating and ends up failing the test because of Nelson.
Nelson is an avid advertiser living in San Francisco.Europe has been a place of battles and political intrigue for centuries.As we approach a vote on the UK's membership of the European Union, we look at what 50 writers, actors, historians, artists and comedians have said about Europe and its nations.His character has an important role in the film’s climax, but his best scene is arguably the one in which he and a young Uma Thurman make terrible-sounding music. Tedious Bus Hero Keanu (Speed, 1994) Tedious Bus Hero Keanu saves the day in the 1994 film Speed, by taking control of a bus that must be kept at 50mph, to prevent an on-board bomb exploding and killing all the passengers. Unshaven Indie Hero Keanu (Feeling Minnesota, 1996) Unshaven Indie Hero Keanu, complete with requisite stubble and checked shirts, appears alongside Cameron Diaz, Vincent D'Onofrio and Courtney love in Feeling Minnesota.Reeves' SWAT officer Jack Traven is strong and capable, with a very un-Keanu-like short, manly haircut. Diaz's character, a former stripper, is supposed to be marrying D'Onofrio, but runs off with his brother (Reeves) instead.