Canadian actor Keanu Reeves recently revealed to the media which of his two films he considers the worst.
Namely, although the actor is best known for his work in genres such as action thrillers, he occasionally acted in horror films as well, reports N1.
Thus, according to critics, in the film "Konstantin" he had one of his best horror performances, overcoming the boundaries of the supernatural film genre and bringing the role of the iconic detective into a new light. Horror director Francis Lawrence marked Reeves as one of the most important film stars of that time, reports klix.ba.
However, although Reeves' role in this film was considered a true cinematic marvel, there are some horror films that he considers to be the worst.
Reeves once explained that he was cheated out of a role in the 2000 horror film The Watcher, directed by Joe Chabarnik. The plot of the film is about a former FBI agent who is being stalked by a serial killer.
Reeves once said:
"I was never interested in the script, but my friend forged my signature on the contract. "I couldn't prove it and I didn't want to be sued, so I had no choice but to make the movie," Reeves admitted.
Later, he talked about the 2015 horror film Knock Knock, after the media noted that he no longer acts in similar films.
"It was a disaster. I hate that movie. It's terrible," said the actor.
By the way, Keanu Reeves is best known for the franchises "John Wick" and "The Matrix", but he also played roles in romantic films such as "The Lake House", "Sweet November", "My Private Idaho" and "How to Catch a Bachelor".