Starring: Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele, Nia Long, Method Man, Luis Guzman, Will Forte, Jason MitchellPlot: Rell's (Peele) girlfriend broke up with him, his cousin Clarence (Key) is on his way to cheer him up, only to find that Rell got himself a new cat Keanu. When Keanu gets catnapped, they go deep under cover to join the 17th street blips and try and get their cat back.Review: I went into this movie really unsure of if I was going to like it or not, because the Key and Peele sketches I had seen were funny, but not 2 hours funny (Seriously, this movie clocks in at 1h40m), but at the same time I really wanted to go to a place that had air conditioning, so I went with it. One of the best decisions I made this year, this movie was a blast.Key plays a black guy thinking he's white flawlessly, then transitions into full gangster black the same. Peele seems to be a funnier guy, but less of a character actor to me, so it was as if he was playing himself, which was great. Method Man is the big bad villain of the movie, the leader of the blips and I once upon a time used to hate Method Man, but have since warmed up to him, he's consistently put out surprisingly good roles time and time again. Nia Long plays Keys wife, looking super hot for 42. Will Forte plays a drug dealer with corn rows, Luis Guzman a cartel boss.Jason Mitchell plays a gangbanger, which was so perfect for me as he plays Easy-E in Straight Outta Compton, which I just watched like 48 hours prior. So funny to see the spectrum, while at the same time seeing him play one of the same roles. Was fantastic. The whole movie was even better to me having seen it after Compton.I was really impressed with the movie as a whole because, while they used a lot of racial stereotypes, they didn't even bother me. The writing was done really well for that, I enjoyed it thoroughly.The only spoiler I'll give for the movie is the blips... holy crap, this was funny. The 17th street blips are a gang of misfits that had members of both the blood and crips that were kicked out of their gangs make a new gang, only to call them the blips. Pure gold to me.There wasn't a lot of action involved, it was more a comedy, but even the few action scenes were done pretty well.I don't want to get into it too much, don't want to ruin anything for anyone, but I would absolutely say it was worth my money, maybe even a second time. They're two funny guys who do not disappoint in their first full length motion picture.