59 episodes

"Can't Get Enough of Keanu" follows hosts Patrick Willems, Matt Torpey, and Jake Torpey as they explore the filmography of the ageless and inimitable movie star, Keanu Reeves. A new series from the folks who brought you "We Heart Hartnett."

Can't Get Enough of Keanu Patrick (H) Willems

    • TV & Film
    • 4.8, 146 Ratings

"Can't Get Enough of Keanu" follows hosts Patrick Willems, Matt Torpey, and Jake Torpey as they explore the filmography of the ageless and inimitable movie star, Keanu Reeves. A new series from the folks who brought you "We Heart Hartnett."

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
146 Ratings

146 Ratings

alefianta ,

Hilarious

I follow Patrick on YouTube, I listen to him on the infinity podcast; it’s good quality pop culture content even when they go on a 3 hour long tangent. All the way from Puerto Rico!!!

Logan St. Bogan ,

More Homestar References Please

This has been my favorite podcast since the We Heart Hartnett days. It is in the small group of podcasts I have trouble listening to at work due to constantly having to stifle my laughter (lest I appear insane to those around me).

Come for fun and intelligent movie discussions, stay for the goofs ‘n’ grins provided by the Brothers Torpey. This show also has a higher concentration of Homestar Runner references than perhaps any other podcast in existence, which makes middle school-aged me very happy.

(P.S. I was re-listening to the Girl Walks Into a Bar ep of WHH, and I really hope y’all follow through on releasing a “Roll Creedits” t-shirt at some point)

Nikachan ,

Entertaining but not Work Appropriate

Edited to Add: The podcast can NEVER be too long. Three hours. Five hours. Go for it. Never end. This podcast can never be too long.

I work in an environment where it is generally encouraged to have music, radio programs, or podcasts playing to help the workers endure the long shifts and so the clientele don’t heard weird silence when they happen to come round. So I tend to listen to variety of entertainment news channels and odd podcasts.

I follow Patrick (H) Willems youtube channels so of course when I saw that unreasonably funny musical sketch, I was sold before I knew what I was in for. I honestly just play that announcement video periodically for a quick laugh.

Obviously from an off-the-cuff, nonscripted podcast format it is not quite the polished critique or review style prevalent in Willems popular video essays—particularly the intermittent theatrics where Willems utilises filmmaking and narrative techniques within his essays themselves for more dynamic & engaging videos.

As fun as it would be if he were to put the same ridiculous effort into making unique podcast experience, the informal conversations of the films—wild tangents barely relevant to the topic at hand included—are in fact entertaining and interesting.

The brothers bring an enthusiasm and absurdity that I personally find a nice offset for Willems more academic, structured, and informative contributions. They create a balance of light hearted banter, ridiculously unfunny and so consequentially hilarious rants, and interesting facts and trivia that makes it a pleasure to listen to.

My only qualm is that they have potty mouths and humour. Which would be fine, only the one rule for work is no swearing or highly inappropriate topics—all of which they manage into each episode with a greater zeal than any discussion on Keanu Reeves or the immediate film in question in any given episode.

So of course, this is one of those podcasts I have to time just right during our downhours when it’s highly unlikely any client or supervisor is likely to be visiting.

Nothing like explaining why you’re listening to three grown men discuss little girls masturbating to stuffed animals (Toy Story 4 episode) or any other bizarre turn their podcasts takes.

Always an adventure. Highly recommend.

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