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Netflix just got a Keanu Reeves movie you’ve never even heard of

Published Mar 8th, 2022 5:48PM EST
Screenshot of Keanu Reeves "Siberia" movie on Netflix
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Over the past few years, a cinematic phenomenon known as the “Keanaissance” has touched one major motion picture after another — from Toy Story 4 to the new Matrix movie as well as John Wick 3, to cite just a few examples. Fans of Keanu Reeves came up with that affectionate moniker to describe the beloved actor’s resurgence of late, with additional projects including his voicing of Batman in the upcoming DC League of Super-Pets animated movie hitting theaters in May.

Given that his new roles keep piling up, this correspondingly means that Reeves also, of course, has an extensive and growing library of credits to his name. Many of which you can find on Netflix, including some (like one newly added title that we’ll tell you about in this post) that you might have never heard of before.

Keanu Reeves movies on Netflix

The one we’re referring to is 2018’s Siberia, starring Reeves along with Ana Ularu and Pasha D. Lychnikoff. I’d certainly never heard of this one, myself — and if you haven’t either, here’s what you’ll want to know as far as a basic overview. From Netflix: “A black market diamond dealer travels to the Siberian tundra looking for his missing partner but finds himself in a fight for his life instead.”

If you want to see what other people have side about this little-known Keanu Reeves title, though — well, be warned.

The Rotten Tomatoes scores for Siberia are pretty abysmal.

The movie currently has a terrible 12 percent critics score, based on 49 reviews. On the audience side, the score there is 16 percent, based on more than 250 ratings.

Luckily, there are plenty more of the actor’s movies to enjoy on Netflix besides this one. If you do a search for his name (or by simply tapping on “Keanu Reeves” from something like the Siberia landing page on Netflix) you’re taken to a list of a dozen movies that you can check out right here.

They include better-known films like 2000’s The Replacements; 2019’s Always Be My Maybe; and The Devil’s Advocate, from 1997.

Top movies on Netflix

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(L to R) Christina Wolfe as Kate, and Leighton Meester as Beth, in Netflix’s “The Weekend Away.” Image source: Ivan Šardi/Netflix

Meantime, here’s something else that Netflix fans might find useful. It’s a snapshot of the top-ranked movies on Netflix — as of Tuesday, March 8 — as they’re currently listed inside the streamer’s various apps and on the web.

Every day, you can find a continually updated row on the web or in the streamer’s mobile apps that ranks the top TV shows and movies on Netflix in the US. There’s also a combined Top 10 list that includes both shows and movies. This is separate, by the way, from the global Top 10 data that Netflix releases once a week, which ranks the top titles on its service in four categories: The top English-language TV shows and movies. Plus the top non-English TV shows and movies.

Below, you’ll find the Top 10 Netflix movies for the US for March 8, 2022:

  1. The Weekend Away (and check out our coverage of this newly released top Netflix title right here)
  2. Shrek 2
  3. Shrek
  4. Tyler Perry’s A Madea Homecoming
  5. Shooter
  6. Coach Carter
  7. Just Like Heaven
  8. The Green Mile
  9. 21 Bridges
  10. Against the Ice
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Andy Meek is a reporter based in Memphis who has covered media, entertainment, and culture for over 20 years. His work has appeared in outlets including The Guardian, Forbes, and The Financial Times, and he’s written for BGR since 2015. Andy's coverage includes technology and entertainment, and he has a particular interest in all things streaming.

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