Celebrate Keanu Reeves birthday with these top 5 movies
If you are Keanu Reeves fan, here the top 5 movies to watch and celebrate his birthday
Through his films, Reeves has coloured over a thousand reels. We’ve watched the actor, who is a proven national treasure in real life, portray just about every type of role imaginable. Saying it’s a privilege to watch Keanu Reeves showcase his talent on the big screen would be an understatement. Yes! He’s that gifted. Here are the top 5 movies of his movies we feel you should watch on his birthday.
The Matrix (1999)
“The Matrix” is a visually stunning cyber adventure with plenty of kinetic adrenaline chilling our spines. It’s a science fiction film set that tells the story of a computer hacker Thomas Anderson, alias Neo who joins a group of underground insurgents fighting the massive and powerful computers that now dominate the world.
John Wick (2014)
Fit, trim, and 50, Keanu Reeves presents himself as an ex-hitman who returns from retirement to find the thugs who killed his dog and stole everything he owned. The movie shells like an automatic machine rifle while maintaining the same level of subtlety. When you think you’ve seen John Wick spin in the most acrobatic way possible to blast the baddie sneaking up behind him, he’ll do it again.
Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure (1989)
Bill & Ted is a film that lives on the dimwitted idiocy of its protagonists, two adolescent boys who embark on incredible travels through time and space with only the faintest inclination that they are not still playing video games. It’s the kind of film that makes you laugh out loud at first, but then makes you appreciate the ingenuity that went into making this surreal piece of art.
Point Break (1991)
The two elements that distinguish this completely off-axis action flick movie are energetic and voracious. A crew of dedicated surfers don’t just ignore the “Beach Closed” signs; they actively seek them out, robbing Los Angeles banks to fund their dangerous globe tour. Their motivations, on the other hand, appear to be higher than financial gain, but the saying ‘nothing is above the law’ chases them down in the movie.
Speed is a lively, in-your-face, action-packed, taut, scary thriller with a wry humorous edge that will have you locked in its grip until you dare to tap out. The movie has a narrative of an average guy trying his hardest to get everyone out of this L.A. afternoon gone bad in one piece behind the ‘there’s-a-bomb-on-the-bus!’ type premise.