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  • To paraphrase Keanu Reeves in "Parenthood," you need a license to buy a dog or to drive a car, but any [expletive] can be a father.

    The worst celebrity dads?

  • Bigelow, who has directed big action thrillers such as Keanu Reeves '"Point Break" and Harrison Ford's "K-19: The Widowmaker," takes a close and claustrophobic approach here.

    Brandon Sun Online - Top Stories

  • The film starred A-listers such as Keanu Reeves, Uma Thurman and Lorraine Bracco.

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  • And when Robert DeNiro and Val Kilmer took on Al Pacino and an army of cops that day in the downtown L.A. streets, or when Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock catapulted a runaway bus over a gap in the nearly-completed 105 freeway, why didn't I see the events reported on Eyewitness News at six?

    Jeff Polman: To Live With Unreality in L.A

  • But the later ones are heading into the sequel territory occupied by Speed 2 the one Keanu Reeves skipped and that TV movie sequel to Gone with the Wind that everyone pretends never happened.

    Keli Goff: The Best of the Very Worst Christmas Movies

  • Unlikely indie heist romantic comedy with Keanu Reeves.

    This week's new films

  • Celebrate the release of Ode to Happiness, an artist's book created by painter Alexandra Grant and actor Keanu Reeves, and published by Gerhard Steidl.

    Bettina Korek: PLAN ForYourArt: February 10-16

  • Keanu Reeves has wrapped up "47 Ronin," a Japanese martial-arts epic due next November, and plans to make his directorial debut helming "Man of Tai Chi," which he says will include 18 fights and 40 minutes of kung fu action.

    Hollywood's New Kick

  • The tragically misappreciated "Strange Days" 1995 a dystopian thriller co-written and produced by James Cameron, Ms. Bigelow's ex-husband, should have upped her commercial ante after the success of "Point Break," an undercover bromance/cultural artifact whose ironic appeal owed much to its stars, Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze.

    Screen Shots of Adrenaline

  • Mr. Boyle is doing for prose-writing what Keanu Reeves does for acting, using breathy overemphasis and arch dramatic pauses to never let readers forget they're in the presence of Literature.

    First the Settlers, Then the Settled

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