First Trailer for Indie Comedy 'Henry's Crime' with Keanu Reeves
There were a few trailers we missed earlier in the week that weren't that good, but there is one I just need to post. It's called Henry's Crime and it's an indie crime comedy and the reason I'm posting this trailer late is because I have been asked numerous times "have you heard of that new Keanu Reeves film?" Yes, yes I have, it's titled Henry's Crime and I saw at the Toronto Film Festival last year and it was terrible, it sucked. I'm talking a top contender for one of the worst films of 2010 if I was making a list (which I'm not). I never wrote a review because I wanted to forget about it. But here's a UK trailer and they sell it pretty damn well.
Watch the first official UK trailer for Malcolm Venville's Henry's Crime:
After serving 3 years in prison for a bank robbery he didn't commit, an amiable but aimless man (Keanu Reeves) decides to rob the bank in downtown Buffalo, New York for real. His plan involves infiltrating a local theatre company, but his scheme gets complicated when he falls for the lead actress (Vera Farmiga).
Henry's Crime is directed by British filmmaker Malcolm Venville, of the indie 44 Inch Chest previously. The screenplay was co-written by Sacha Gervasi (Anvil! The Story of Anvil) & David White (Undisputed II: Last Man Standing) from a story by Stephen Hamel and Sacha Gervasi. It premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in 2010 and was eventually picked up for US distribution by Moving Pictures Films. Henry's Crime doesn't have a US release date yet, so we'll let you know when it does. But I don't suggest anyone see it, it's that bad.