Even now as a senior citizen, Keaton radiates an off-kilter sparkle that can leave her characters feeling like the only thing in the movie that’s not completely by the book.
Keanu Reeves, 48, is a Canadian actor, best known for his roles in "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure", "Speed", "Point Break" and the science fiction-action trilogy "The Matrix". Let us examine Keanu Reeves' dating history below...
("We're all sophisticated people," explains Mc Dormand.) That night, during foreplay with Peet, Nicholson suffers a heart attack and is rushed to the hospital.
When he recovers, his young doctor (Keanu Reeves) releases him from the hospital but only on the condition that he remain "nearby"--i.e., at Keaton's house.
Keanu Reeves and Amanda Peet co-star, with Frances Mc Dormand, Paul Michael Glaser, Jon Favreau, and Ka Dee Strickland playing key supporting roles.
The film received generally favorable reviews For her performance Keaton earned a Golden Globe, a Satellite Award, as well as an Academy Award nomination and a SAG Award nomination for Best Actress, among other recognitions.
(Reeves had always been rumored to be gay, but always maintained his heterosexuality)unknown date Keanu Reeves dated Melissa Pearcy.1999 - 2000 Keanu Reeves dated Jennifer Syme. The pair splits a few weeks after her death, but remained good pals afterwards.
Jennifer died in a car accident in 2001.2004Keanu Reeves was rumored to be dating prostitute/kiss and tell groupie best known for shagging John Terry Emma Kearney.
No sooner do they arrive than Mom (Keaton) and her sister (Frances Mc Dormand) show up.
Nicholson and Keaton take an immediate dislike to each other, but all four nonetheless decide to stay at the beach house together.
(Anyone hoping, as I was, that this might be a sly reference to the most memorable line in the famous 1992 "Seinfeld" episode "The Contest" will be disappointed.) It's tempting to describe this Diane Keaton-Jack Nicholson vehicle about late-in-life love as a bad movie.
But that would be giving it too much credit, because it's hardly a movie at all.
To celebrate her 70th birthday, here’s a look back at a career full of choice performances: some wacky, others fearless, all Keaton-esque.