30 or 40 years from now when Keanu Reeves dies, I predict that a clip from this film will be shown on the big screen in The Kodak Theatre, or wherever the Oscars is held when Keanu dies. There is a scene in the film where Keanu waves to his brother, Vincent D ́Onofrio, and God knows the academy loves to show clips of the dead actors waving 'bye in their in memoriam montages.
A rather unknown (or perhaps just unliked) film from the mid-90s with a cast of rising Hollywood types. Frankly, this film was pretty enjoyable despite some bad performances, slow pace, and awkward style. D'Onofrio plays the stubborn, slow-witted brother quite well - an oddball performance, but memorable. Akroyd was particularly awful with an unsuitable and inconsistent accent of some kind. Story was fun, at least.