Movie cops have been kicking in movie doors for almost a hundred yearsand FBI agent Gary Busey’s entrance at a So-Cal beach cottage is one of the best. We get restless, hand-held camera work and a scream-goosed soundtrack. We get very big guns, hard-boiled bikini babes and a cameo from Red Hot Chili Peppers front-man Anthony Keidis. And we get Keanu Reeves (as former Ohio State quarterback turned lawman Johnny Utah) up close and personal with six blades of a lawnmower in a climax that is straight out of a 1930s chapter serial. Fine work as usual from Kathryn Bigelow, who in spite of limited commercial success and a qualified critical reputation, has directed four muscular, memorable and influential films: Near Dark (1987), Blue Steel (1990), Strange Days (1995) and Point Break.