In reviewing Keanu Reeves' latest film, 'Henry's Crime,' critic Rex Reed snipes, "the only surprise in it is finding Keanu Reeves in a role that requires some acting. The movie is not great, but the star is not bad. This, in some quarters, is high praise indeed."
Reed's certainly not alone: A large chunk of the moviegoing public would agree, that Keanu guy just can't act.
Maybe it's because he's so darn good looking that he fails to get any respect. Or because it's so easy to peg him as that "excellent" dude from 'Bill and Ted's Adventure.' (A third film is in the works, by the way.)