Hi Brad, I know I'm a little late in replying to this video. Now I am in no way defending this movie. It is every bit the train wreak that you say it is. But it does sadden me a bit to hear you call Keanu Reeves "white". From what I can find, his father is of Native Hawaiian and Chinese descent, so he would be considered a "hapa". I may be biased, being half Korean, half white, but I was pleased seeing a hapa actor playing a hapa character, as it's rarely seen in movies/tv. To me, he doesn't even look white. When I saw "Dracula", I was wondering, quite conversely to your response to this movie, why there was an Asian-looking Harker in 19th England.
Should Keanu Reeves have been the main character? No. Should this movie have been in English? Nope. But I think this is the first time Keanu Reeves was able to play (close to) his ethinicity. And I, for one, would like to see more of this.