New Official US Trailer for 'Exposed' Thriller Starring Keanu Reeves

December 3, 2015
Source: Apple

Exposed Keanu

"Nobody's talkin… and I don't blame them." Lionsgate Premiere has debuted the official US trailer for the procedural action thriller Exposed, starring Keanu Reeves as a detective searching for the truth behind his partner's killing. We ran an international trailer for this a few weeks ago, and this new version is the official US launch, but it doesn't look that much better. Aside from Reeves, Exposed stars Ana de Armas, Mira Sorvino, Christopher McDonald and Laura G√≥mez. It's not that this looks bad, there's just not much going on. The big crime mystery seems bland and boring, but maybe that's me. I am still a Keanu fan.

Here's the official US trailer (+ poster) for Gee Malik Linton's Exposed, in high def on Apple:

Exposed Poster

After witnessing a miracle, a young Latina woman (Ana de Armas) experiences strange things as a police detective searches for the truth behind his partner's death. Starring Keanu Reeves as Detective Scott Galban. Exposed (Some Cases Are Best Left Unsolved), with alternate titles including Daughters of God or Wisdom, is both written and directed by first-time feature filmmaker Gee Malik Linton, a former physical trainer who directed a short back in 2001. Lionsgate Premiere will be releasing Exposed under that title here in the US in theaters + VOD starting December 22nd, 2015, for those interested in this. Your thoughts?

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    Woah. This does not look like a good time. Reeves looks so much different than JOHN WICK. Is it just the weight gain? Still looks like Segal-level entertainment.
    • Seagull style movies are never a good time, unless it's 3am and you have watched all there is on tv.
      • DAVIDPD
        LOL...There's a time and a place. As they say.
      • TheOct8pus
        We've all been there....
      • shiboleth
        Luckily, these days, there's always something more on tv than Seagal ...
        • Family Guy or South Park usually til I fall asleep. :-)
      • grimjob
        Whoooaaaaa, easy big fella. Seagal's 80's run was absolutely a good time. Even into the 90's, Under Siege being his last good one. Were a product of their time, and still entertaining. imo
        • I loved them when i was 12 for sure. The invincible Seagull was amazing.
  • ari smulders
    I've seen allot of bad movies last year but knock knock was the baddest of them all...
  • theboyd
    I'll watch anything with Keanu Reeves in it, although I must admit i have not dared watch Knock Knock. Some doors should not be opened....(get it?)
    • Bo
      Uh...duh...It probably would have been more amusing if you had just trusted your pun without the (get it?). Get what I mean? Anyway, I still chuckled at it, so thanks...always appreciate a chuckle.
  • Bo
    The only thing I find curious about this whole thing is why the actress, Ana whomever that I've never seen or heard of, has top billing over Keanu Reeves. Someone did something, has a great agent/lawyer or Reeves didn't give a s**t! Maybe she used to be a favorite client of the personal trainer who directed this epic. From watching the trailer, I don't know, it didn't look so bad and I'll catch it when it comes around on cable which should be shortly. I've always liked Reeves, but didn't think much of John Wick as I thought it was pretty much like stuff I've seen before and have always wondered about the heavy fuss about it.
  • Drived
    Ana De Armas with Keanu again? Yes plese. I fell in love with her in "Knock Knock"! It didn't mater that she was playing a psycho.
  • shiboleth
    Something's wrong with those thrillers. Even when they look like something good, they also look like something we already saw before ...




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