Key & Peele Perfectly Parody 80s Action Films in 'Strike Force Eagle 3'
It's fun to look back at the 80s nowadays and see just how weird fashion, hair and pop culture was about 30 years ago, and in no place is it on better display than the movies and television shows that debuted during that decade. It's easy to spot a movie that was made in the 80s thanks to mullets, neon and a poor grasp of future technology in almost every film. Now the sketch comedy series "Key & Peele" has set their sights on the actions movies of the 80s for a perfect parody called Strike Force Eagle 3: The Reckoning, which parodies all sorts of terrible movies from the likes of Chuck Norris and other action stars. Watch below!
Here's the "Key & Peele" sketch Strike Force Eagle 3: The Reckoning straight from Comedy Central:
This just makes me want to see the first two Strike Force Eagle movies now. From the terrible sound design of the neck-cracking to the video quality that looks like an old Cinemax movie on VHS, this is just awesome. Plus, that's Pitch Perfect star Anna Camp as the damsel in distress, and it's a shame that she won't get to spend another night with Jamison Teague (that's Keegan Michael Key). What's truly amazing about these kind of real movies is that there was no short supply of douchebags wearing suits with weird facial hair. Here's hoping this isn't the last adventure for Jamison Teague. Maybe he can team up with MacGruber too.