A drama based on the life of Bass Reeves, the first African-American United States Deputy Marshal.
No actor's private life is more guarded and more mysterious than Keanu Reeves. Within it rests a world filled with rumors and tragedy, love and loss, fortune and fame. But now for the first time ever, the mysteries will be revealed and the rumors put to rest in 'Keanu Reeves: Journey to Success'! Through interviews with Keanu Reeves and his costars, movie premieres, and film clips, experience firsthand the secret life of one of the most mysterious actors in the world: Keanu Reeves.
The most versatile voice in contemporary jazz in performance at the 2000 edition of the Montreal International Jazz Festival. Over the past 15 years as a recording artist, Dianne Reeves has earned two Grammy nominations and endless critical praise - but it's in live performance that Reeves truly shines, when her gorgeous voice, her spontaneity and her intuition combine for very special musical evenings. Dianne Reeves is renowned for her wide-ranging choice of material, and the numbers on this evening's program include standards, compositions by artists as diverse as Mongo Santamaria and Joni Mitchell, and Reeves originals. In the artist's own words, music should have "no boundaries", and in Reeves' singing the strengths of jazz, R&B and gospel - and of Africa, Brazil, and the Caribbean - come together in a glorious fusion.
For more than twenty years, Hubert Reeves has put science, his media influence, and his energy at the service of a cause: biodiversity.
Take an intimate look at the life of country music star Jim Reeves, from his early career struggles to his rise to fame, and ultimately, the 1964 plane crash that resulted in his tragic and untimely death. The film includes footage of Reeves performing some of his greatest hits, including "Mexican Joe," "Am I Losing You," "A Stranger's Just a Friend You Do Not Know" and "Welcome to My World."
Helpful hints on making life easier from the pages of adult comic Viz are brought to life by Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer. Save money by filling a glass with marmite and topping it with shaving foam. It makes a convincing pint of stout and has the advantage of tasting nicer.
The Smell of Reeves and Mortimer was a BBC TV sketch show written by and starring double act Vic Reeves & Bob Mortimer. Its first series appeared in 1993 following the duo's move to the BBC after parting company with Channel 4. The show marked a continuation of Reeves & Mortimer's bizarre, anarchic and frequently silly comedy that they had first explored on Channel 4's Vic Reeves Big Night Out, with a number of important differences.
Bang Bang - It's Reeves and Mortimer continues the anarchic and surreal blend of offbeat comedy that has made the duo so popular. The series is arguably a continuation of The Smell of Reeves and Mortimer, although a number of new characters were added. There's also a spoof fly-on-the-wall documentary about Baron's Night Club – a clear precursor to Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights . The high-voiced Stott brothers--who appeared in Vic Reeves Big Night Out --return to terrorise celebrities. The show capitalised on the duo's success with the spoof game show Shooting Stars and brought in a darker edge to their humour.
Vic Reeves Big Night Out is a British cult comedy stage show and later TV series which ran on Channel 4 for two series in 1990 and 1991, as well as a New Year special. It marked the beginnings of the collaboration between Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer and started their Vic and Bob comedy double act. The show was later acknowledged as a seminal force in British comedy throughout the 1990s and which continues to the present day. Arguably the most surreal of the pair's work, Vic Reeves Big Night Out was effectively a parody of the variety shows which dominated the early years of television, but which were, by the early 1990s, falling from grace. Vic, introduced by Patrick Allen as "Britain's Top Light Entertainer and Singer", would sit behind a cluttered desk talking nonsense and introducing the various segments and surreal guests on the show. Vic Reeves Big Night Out is notable as the only time in their career where Vic solely took the role of host, while Bob was consigned to the back stage, appearing every few minutes as either himself or as a strange character. The two received equal billing in the series credits. On 3 October 2007, the first episode was re-broadcast on More4 as part of Channel 4 at 25, a season of classic Channel 4 programmes shown to celebrate the channel's 25th birthday.