Henry's Crime 2010

Released from prison for a crime he didn't commit, an ex-con targets the same bank he was sent away for robbing.
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Coarse language and violence


Working the night shift as a toll collector on a lonely stretch of highway in Buffalo New York, Henry (KEANU REEVES) is a man seemingly without ambition dreams or purpose; a man sleepwalking his way through life. He gets his wakeup call early one morning when he becomes an unwitting participant in an ill-conceived bank heist. Rather than give up the names of the real culprits, Henry takes the fall and goes to jail. There he meets the irrepressible Max; a con man who's grown far too comfortable with the familiarity and security of his 'idyllic' life behind bars but one who also helps plant an idea in Henry's mind which will change his life forever: for a man to find his purpose he must first have a dream.


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Critic Reviews

  • Keanu’s misdemeanour – Henry’s Crime Review

    Reviewed by Hilary Simmons

    I watched Henry’s Crime twice because the first time I felt sure I was missing something. The second time I knew that the story was as devoid of feeling and nuance as Keanu Reeves’ face. Harsh? Per...

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Member Reviews

  • I suppose the pace was deliberate so we would have the smallest sense of his life ....but ..... wow! that was SLOW. I gave up once and had to put myself into a very calm mood to watch it again. When I saw it the second time with a slower heart in place I quite liked it. Interesting quirks. Don't want to ever see it again

  • Ditto, boring, slow slow slow. How can good actors say yes to these - maybe like us, jobs hard to come by and have to take what they can.

  • Found this movie to be very slow. My partner fell asleep and gives it one star for the first half (that's all he saw). Characters rather weak. You don't much care about them. Keanu looked about as interested as we felt.

  • James Cann has still got it, unusual film to say the least but I still liked it because it was a bit different

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