From "Speed" to "Johnny Mnemonic", Reeves has had a chequered on-screen career. Yet he remains a major draw at the box office, striking gold with the "Matrix" trilogy. "Liquid Assets" examines his bank balance.
Showing back-to-back, the first six episodes of Matt Lucas and David Walliams's sublimely funny sketch show highlighting the eccentricities of modern British society. Characters include deluded gay Welshman Dafydd; vacuous teenager Vicky Pollard; 'rubbish transvestite' Emily Howard; and spiteful fat-buster Marjorie Dawes. Guest stars include Anthony Head, David Soul and Mark Gatiss. Narrated by Tom Baker. Episode seven can be seen on Monday at 10pm on BBC2.
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