Todd Malkin’s review published on Letterboxd:
Really good for a mainstream comedy. Many laughs throughout, and a surprisingly good cameo from Keanu Reeves. I heard about his cameo before watching, and I saw a clip that seemed like a throwaway. Even thought the surprise was ruined, there was actually much more to it than I expected. I kind of loved it. Keanu had some of the best lines/moments, but there was a lot of good dialog throughout.
Minor complaints: it felt a little too long, and a few of the payoffs at the end weren't earned; however, the big "you complete me" scene was quite good.
Oh, and all of the supporting cast was terrific. Very pleasantly surprised by this one... maybe be my always?