Thanks to his tendency to take on action roles, sometimes we forget that Keanu Reeves can play comedy. After all, this is the guy that played the Ted half of Bill and Ted, but he's spent most of the last decade being recognized for playing Christ-like figures in The Matrix and Constantine. Now, however, he's back to tickling our funny bone with Henry's Crime.

Directed by Malcolm Venville (44 Inch Chest), Reeves plays the titular Henry, a man sent to prison for a bank robbery that he wasn't a part of. After becoming friends with his cellmate, Max (James Caan), and getting released, Henry decides that he's going to rob the exact same bank he was falsely accused of robbing. The film also stars Vera Farmiga, Peter Stormare, Judy Greer and Fisher Stevens.

Check out the trailer below, courtesy of The Film Stage.

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