What with its ever-present quest to dominate all the things, Netflix has seemed to double down on its purchase of prestige indie comedies of late, and we do not hate this. The latest installment is Win It All, a gambling comedy starring Jake Johnson (New Girl) and Keegan-Michael Key (Key and Peele, Don’t Think Twice) set to premiere at SXSW in Austin this coming week, per Indiewire. Directed by Joe Swanberg, with whom Johnson worked on the underappreciated Drinking Buddies, the comedy puts at its heart a hapless, well-meaning screw-up who gambles away money that was never his. “Hapless, well-meaning screw-up” is pretty much Johnson’s acting raison d’être, so he’s perfectly suited here. Plus, no one does contained “I’m trying to help here, dude” outrage better than Keegan-Michael “Luther the Anger Translator” Key. The film will be available to stream on Netflix as of April 7.