Friends Rell and Clarence (Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key) go in search of a kitten named Keanu stolen from Rell’s apartment. But, when their journey takes them into the heart of the 17th Street Blips gang, these two relatively suburban and harmless gents will have to throw down and get street cred fast, not only to rescue Keanu but also to stay alive. Keanu Directed by Peter Atencio and written by Jordan Peele and Alex Rubens this 98 minute romp at times feels like an extended Key And Peele skit that unfortunately, despite the shorter run time, still feels about ten minutes too long, some scenes droning on considerably longer than they should. The comedic hit count moves at a reasonable pace, albeit this is familiar territory for the duo, it’s still fun for fans and lightly peppered with a few cameos. Maybe worthy of a matinee, Keanu is rated R.