A lot less inspired that you'd think it would be, though, yes, the cat is cute.
The affection between its writer-stars is infectious and the script is loaded with great gags.
That brings us to the mind-bogglingly adorable feline. Whoever trained the seven cats that collectively play Keanu deserves an Academy Award.
Not bad for a first feature. And a mad-cute kitten. Help it make some money this weekend so they can all do it again.
Once you settle into Keanu, it works. And in many ways, it's of a piece with everything else Key and Peele have done.
The joke wears out sooner than it should, but the stars of Keanu (including, yes, that terrific cat) do a decent job distracting from that.
Hilarious in the way you might expect from Key and Peele, but on a much larger and more grandiose level - a legitimately epic action comedy that is at once a send up of and love letter to the genre.
Doesn't consistently deliver, but the highs make the lows worth enduring.
Thanks to Key and Peele's top-notch comedic chemistry, the jokes are more hit than miss ...