This is not a trick question and I think you can only answer “my husband” if you want to ruin the fun. Spoiler: I would say “my husband” because I proposed to him the night I met him because I thought he was the man of my dreams, but I digress.
Keanu Reeves was a love of mine well before I met Husband, and let me tell you, while I have or have had a few photos of Husband around the house, I had large posters of Keanu plastered over the walls of my bedroom in high school. And you know what? I’d do it again, the man ages well.
I wanted to watch The Lake House (2006) last night but the disc eluded me (not sure if we ever actually owned it after I woke up this morning) and our streaming is shit. I was looking for it online this morning and came across a bunch of films of his that I haven’t seen, and I think this is turning into a Keanu-ATHON, much like the other -ATHONS I see coming out at the end of the year. But a Keanu-ATHON seems like a pretty nice way to round out an occasionally fucked up and shitty year, though it was sprinkled with a few positive things, too, of course.
Anyhoo, I’m going to make a list of Keanu movies and I’m going to check it twice.
|2017John Wick: Chapter 2||2017||yup|
|To the Bone||2017|
|The Bad Batch||2016|
|The Neon Demon||2016|
|The Whole Truth||2016|
|Man of Tai Chi||2013|
|The Private Lives of Pippa Lee||2009|
|The Day the Earth Stood Still||2008||yup|
|The Lake House||2006||yup|
|A Scanner Darkly||2006|
|Something’s Gotta Give||2003||yup|
|The Matrix Reloaded||2003||yup|
|Me and Will||1999|
|The Devil’s Advocate||1997||yup|
|The Last Time I Committed Suicide||1997|
|A Walk in the Clouds||1995||yup|
|Even Cowgirls Get the Blues||1993|
|Much Ado About Nothing||1993||yup|
|Bram Stoker’s Dracula||1992||yup|
|My Own Private Idaho||1991|
|Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey||1991||yup|
|Tune in Tomorrow…||1990|
|I Love You to Death||1990|
|Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure||1989||yup|
|The Prince of Pennsylvania||1988|
|The Night Before||1988|
|One Step Away||1985|
So, I’ma get on amazon prime right now and see what’s what, and see you next year, maybe.