– Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele team up again after the end of their TV show for a new comedy. When Rell (Jordan Peele) is dumped by his girlfriend and sends him spiraling into depression, he’s finally brought back to normal when a cute kitten that he names Keanu after Keanu Reeves. Soon after, a local thug steals the kitten and Rell recruits his cousin Clarence (Keegan-Michael Key) to help infiltrate the gang to go rescue Keanu from the gangsters, going undercover and posing as drug lords. The pair will stop at nothing to be able to get the Keanu the Kitten back. Keegan-Michael Key had a cat allergy and had to be medicated any scene that he was in with the cats.
– Stars Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele, Method Man, Gabrielle Union, Will Forte, Darrell Britt-Gibson, Nia Long, Rob Huebel, Jason Mitchell, Keanu Reeves, Luis Guzmán, and Tiffany Haddish. Directed by Peter Atencio. Rated R.
Enjoy this alternate version of the Keanu trailer made entire of cats.
Ratchet & Clank
– Ratchet & Clank is based on the video game series about Ratchet, who is the last of his kind lombax, that partners with a small sentient robot named Clank. Together they find a weapon that has the power to destroy planets and join the Galactic Rangers to prevent the evil Chairman Drek from using the weapon to take over the galaxy. The movie does feature quite a few of the original voice actors from the video game as well as adding several other well known actors in the mix.
– Stars James Arnold Taylor, David Kaye, Paul Giamatti, John Goodman, Bella Thorne, Rosario Dawson, Sylvester Stallone, Jim Ward, Armin Shimerman, and Vincent Tong. Directed by Jericca Cleland & Kevin Munroe. Rated PG.
– The latest vaguely holiday themed ensemble movie from director Garry Marshall like New Year’s Eve. In this latest movie, differing tales of either them being a mother or trying to figure out their relationship with their mother all have intertwining stories, including a divorced mother dealing with her husband’s remarriage, a writer who gave up her daughter for adoption when she was younger, and the now grown daughter wanting to connect with her birth mother before her wedding.
– Stars Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, Julia Roberts, Jason Sudeikis, Britt Robertson, Timothy Olyphant, Héctor Elizondo, and Jack Whitehall. Directed by Garry Marshall. Rated PG-13.