Funereally solemn but 100 percent hellfire-free, this supernatural fable sorely lacks the courage of its pulpy convictions. John Constantine (Keanu Reeves) is a man with a mission: Having damned himself by committing suicide 20 years earlier two minutes in Hell is a very, very
long time he hopes to wriggle back into God's good graces by policing the DMZ between the realms of light and darkness. That DMZ is, of course, the everyday world where people go about their day-to-day business unaware of the unfathomable wickedness that lurks in every shifting shadow, and it's suddenly abuzz with bad vibes. The chain-smoking Constantine, burdened with a di...