Critics couldn’t get on board with Reeves’ projects like “Generation Um…” (2013) and “Exposed”, (2016) who after his star cast in “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure” (1989) has dived further to explore a commemorative career in film making. And today, some projects across his extensive filmography have received better critical response than others.
The Immaculate Honour
Reeves’ highest-rated film is Pixar’s animated sequel “Toy Story 4” (2019), in which he voiced Duke Caboom as the Canadian daredevil toy. “Toy Story 4” was met with profuse reaction from critics, ranging from those who thought Pixar had run out of mileage with plotted characters.
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Reeves As Jack Traven in “Speed” (1994)
In the action movie “Speed,” Reeves stars as Jack Traven, a bomb-squad specialist hot on the heels of an ambiguous bomber named Howard Payne (Dennis Hopper) who tries to help bus driver Annie (Sandra Bullock) before it gets too late. The masterpiece has been accredited for its galvanic cinematography and action-packed plot matched in line with the captivating cast.
The Actor’s Own Appearance In “Side by Side” (2012)
In the documentary “Side by Side,” Reeves produces and hosts digital filmmaking within the greater context of film history involving interviews from prolific Hollywood directors such as David Fincher, Martin Scorsese, and James Cameron. Detractors were intrigued by the documentary’s self-referential love for the Hollywood industry with Reeves’ being the captivating lead.
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