DanTheMan23’s review published on Letterboxd:
Another classic comedy to come out within the pool of comedies that can succeeded and others that can fail. Where as the story and situations are usually what makes a comedy really funny, it's the development and interactions of the characters that sells it. Our leads work amazing off one another and the mesh well with the bosses they try to kill. It be so easy to make some these characters unfunny but somehow they are 100% likable and hilarious to watch.
It also claims the title of being a successful comedy to get a sequel, so it clearly has done the right way if it warrants a continuation of the story.