Keanu Reeves

The Neon Demon Blu-ray Review

One of our favourite films this year is now on Blu-ray, so we took another look at The Neon Demon and the extra features that may or may not make it "Shelf Worthy"

The Neon Demon Review

Nicolas Winding Refn’s latest dreamy nightmare might be his most divisive film to date – it may also be his best.

47 Ronin Review

It makes perfect sense why Universal largely declined to press screen their $175 million budgeted and largely already written off 47 Ronin. It's the new Cutthroat Island, only less fun, which really only means that Carl Rinsch's debut feature somehow sucks at the very art of sucking.

Man of Tai Chi Review

Although heavily westernized, Keanu Reeves’ fictional directorial debut Man of Tai Chi will hold some thrills and excitement for those who aren’t too picky about their martial arts epics.

TIFF 2013: Man of Tai Chi Review

Man of Tai Chi Special Presentation Director: Keanu Reeves Although heavily westernized, Reeves’ directorial debut will hold some thrills and excitement for those who aren’t too picky about their martial arts epics. Humble courier Tiger Chen has been on the road to become a master of Tai Chi, a martial art known more for defensive […]

Woah. Keanu.

In honour of his first (and possibly only) retrospective at the TIFF Bell Lightbox (starting this Friday), Andrew Parker and Phil Brown take a look at some of the selected works of the one and only Mr. Keanu Reeves.

The New Old: Love & Darkness

This week's archival home entertainment column takes a look at some real heavy hitters with Alfred Hitchcock's Strangers on a Train, Wong Kar Wai's In the Mood for Love, Stanley Kubrick's Fear and Desire, the campy Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?, and director's cuts of both Frank Oz's Little Shop of Horrors and the Al Pacino ham-fest The Devil's Advocate.