A Fan of Modern Classic Films
About Steven Keady
Steven Keady has a passion for cinema and enjoys a variety of films from the 1990s, such as Good Will Hunting and The Shawshank Redemption. One of Steven Keady’s favorite movies is Bryan Singer’s The Usual Suspects, a 1995 neo-noir starring Kevin Spacey, Gabriel Byrne, and Benicio del Toro. The movie utilizes a framing device in which only one survivor remains from a group of criminals. The survivor tells a complex story that incorporates layers of unreliable narration and flashback. Filmed for only $6 million, the movie took its name from a line in Casablanca and was initially shown at the Cannes Film Festival. With positive reviews leading to wider release, the movie ultimately earned the Academy Award for Best Screenplay as well as a Best Supporting Actor trophy for Kevin Spacey.
Steven Keady also enjoys popular 1990s comedies, such as Dumb and Dumber and Happy Gilmore. Directed by Dennis Dugan, the latter film helped launch Adam Sandler’s career. Starring as a failed ice hockey player who discovers an unexpected aptitude for golf, Sandler employs his skills in a quest to save his grandmother’s home.