Keanu Reeves is reprising his role as the titular retired hitman in "John Wick: Chapter 2." In honor of his latest film, which hits theaters on Feb. 10, 2017, Wonderwall.com is taking a look at some of our favorite Keanu on-screen moments. Keep reading to relive the magic!
Keanu Reeves played Neo in "The Matrix" franchise — one of his most famous roles. In this epic scene from "The Matrix Reloaded," Neo stops bullets with nothing but his hand.
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In one of his most romantic roles, Keanu Reeves starred as Alex Wyler in "The Lake House." Alex falls in love with Kate Forster, played by Sandra Bullock, after they write letters to each other and leave them in a mailbox. The emotion is palpable when they finally meet and kiss.
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Keanu Reeves was too cute when he picked peaches in "Something's Gotta Give." It's no wonder Diane Keaton's character, Erica Barry, wanted to date his character, Julian Mercer.
In one of Keanu Reeves' most iconic movies, he had to stop a bus with some help from Sandra Bullock in "Speed." The bus had a bomb on it that would explode if the vehicle slowed down. Keanu played Officer Jack Traven and Sandra was Annie Porter. Not only was this moment full of intense action, but it was one of the reasons they later fell in love!
Keanu Reeves caught waves as the ultimate surfer dude and FBI Agent, Johnny Utah, in the original "Point Break," which was released in 1991. Johnny's role was to investigate bank robberies that were said to be committed by surfers, so he had to go undercover as one to find out.
Keanu Reeves held this baseball up during one of his sweet coaching moments in "Hardball." In order to repay a gambling debt, his character, Conor O'Neill, has to coach a team of troubled fifth-grade kids.
Keanu Reeves played Klaatu, a human/alien visitor, in "The Day the Earth Stood Still." In this moment, Klaatu runs away from a burning car with Jennifer Connelly's character, Helen Benson, and Jaden Smith's Jacob Benson.
In "47 Ronin," Keanu Reeves played Kai, an outcast who joins the Ronin (a group of masterless samurai). Kai has to fight to gain the acceptance of the 47 Ronin, who eventually embraced him as one of them.
Charlize Theron and Keanu Reeves played love interests Sara Deever and Nelson Moss in "Sweet November." As Nelson, Keanu had all of our hearts melting as he fell in love with Sara throughout the month of November. When Sara revealed she had terminal cancer, we watched as Nelson wooed her all over again and reminded her of their happy days together. In this moment, he surprises her with flowers. Although the movie has a tragic end, it will always be November for Nelson.
Keanu Reeves was Kevin Lomax, the defense attorney who never lost a case, in "The Devil's Advocate." As seen in this scene with co-star Al Pacino, Keanu's acting lit up the room when his character had to defend his clients. Al played John Milton, the head of a prestigious law film who hires Kevin after seeing him defend a client accused of child molestation. It turns out that Kevin's client was actually guilty, and when given the chance to go back in time, Kevin decides not to represent him.
Keanu Reeves played a football hunk in "The Replacements." Keanu's character, Shane Falco, is given a second chance at playing football after he chokes during the 1996 Sugar Bowl. Shane becomes the quarterback for the Washington Sentinels and inspires his team until they finally win.
Keanu Reeves outran an explosion with the help of his motorcycle in "Chain Reaction." His character, Eddie Kasalivich, is a student machinist who works with a team from the University of Chicago to try to obtain clean energy from water by splitting hydrogen and oxygen. It was one of Keanu's sexiest and smartest roles.
Keanu Reeves was Cameron Diaz's love interest in "Feeling Minnnesota." As Jjaks Clayton, he falls in love with Cameron's character, stripper Freddie, but there's one problem: Freddie's married to Jjack's brother, Sam. In this scene, Freddie and Jjack share a beer together at her wedding to Sam, and their love affair begins. But against all odds, Jjaks and Freddie end up together after some crazy escapades.
In one of his most bizarre and beloved roles, Keanu played Ted in "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure." Ted and Bill, played by Alex Winter, are teenage boys who love to rock out together and just want to start their own band. But they have to pass their history tests or else Ted's dad will send him to a military academy. Thankfully, a man from the future named Rufus helps them out. With Rufus' time machine, Bill and Ted meet and kidnap historical figures, leading to one unbelievable history presentation.
Keanu Reeves fell in love as Sgt. Paul Sutton in "A Walk in the Clouds." When he returns from combat in World War II, Paul meets Aitana Sanchez-Gijon's character, Victoria Aragon, on a train. She's pregnant with her professor's child, but Paul doesn't give up on his chance at love with her and pretends to be her husband when he meets her family. In this scene, he kissed her and time stood still.
Hell doesn't look so bad with Keanu Reeves in it! Keanu starred as John Constantine in "Constantine." John seeks salvation from hell after attempting suicide in his youth and has the unique ability to communicate with half-angels and half-demons. In this scene, he faces those demons in hell.
In "The Night Before," Keanu Reeves romances "Fuller House" star Lori Loughlin when they were nearly 30 years younger. Keanu played Winston Connelly, the high school nerd, and Lori played Tara Mitchell, the popular cheerleader. As seen in this scene, this duo fall for each other while dancing at prom, but an unlikely series of events follows. The film's famous tagline explains the entire movie: "You lost your father's car, sold your prom date and a guy called 'Tito' wants you dead. It's a date that's the time of your life."
Keanu Reeves played a young father, Tod Higgins, in "Parenthood." In this scene, Tod holds his newborn son. The film also starred Steve Martin, Joaquin Phoenix and Martha Plimpton as Tod's pregnant girlfriend, Julie Buckman.
In the first "John Wick" film, Keanu Reeves's titular character goes to church — but not to pray. John, a retired hitman, shoots all of the Russian mobsters there. Ultimately, he's able to exact revenge against the mobsters who stole his car and killed his puppy.