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A pair of underachieving cops are sent back to a local high school to blend in and bring down a synthetic drug ring.
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Margaret Pomeranz (18 May 2013)
It's lazily content to raise laughs through 4-letter words and penis jokes. In other words, it has absolutely no ambition, so that eventually even the efforts of its lead actors amount to very little.
Richard Corliss (18 May 2013)
21 Jump Street earns my genial nod because of its limber, 120-IQ take on the whole notion of movie revivals.
Jose Cruz (15 May 2013)
21 jump street is solid entertainment all through. In fact, one of themost entertaining movies of this year. It has a good deal of solidcomedy. Nothing more that you might hope for such type of movie. It isnot art and doesn't try to be. It is a solid and entertaining movie avery good way to kill time. Though I wouldn't recommend this film veryhighly for hardcore film buffs, instead, watch some Kurosawa,Tarkovsky, Takahata and Kubrick, before watching second rate stuff likethis.It is good entertainment but I wondered whether my time was well spendor not in watching stuff like this.
zetes (14 May 2013)
Totally pretty good. No, it's never going to win Best Picture, but it'san amusing comedy. Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are both great as dumbrookie cops who are sent back to high school undercover as students.Tatum screws up and exchanges his popular kid role for Hill's nerd, andboth find out how the other half lives. Dave Franco (James' youngerbrother) is good as the environmentally-conscious villain, and BrieLarson (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World) is good as Hill's love interest.Rob Riggle and The Office's Ellie Kemper have nice roles as teachers(Chris Parnell, on the other hand, feels wasted) and Ice Cube and NickOfferman (Parks & Recreation) are great as the officers' superiors.Sure, it's pretty sloppy, but it's funny and clever where it counts.
Hellmant (14 May 2013)
'21 JUMP STREET': Four Stars (Out of Five) Jonah Hill co-wrote and co-stars in this Buddy Cop film reboot of thepopular 80's TV series. Channing Tatum also co-stars and Michael Bacall(who also co-wrote 'SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD' and 'PROJECT X')co-wrote the screenplay. Phil Lord and Chris Miller (who also directed'CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS') directed the film. The combinationof Hill and Tatum is gold as far as buddy films go and the script isabout as witty as anyone could have hoped for from the Johnny Deppcareer launcher! The original Fox Network TV series ran from 1987 to 1991 and starredJohnny Depp, Richard Grieco, Steven Williams, Holly Robinson, Peter andMichael De Luise and others as young undercover police officers bustingcrime in high schools and other youth hangouts. This film picks up overtwenty years later with the operation being reinstated. It focuses ontwo rookie cops (Hill and Tatum), who knew each other in high schoolwhen Tatum's character bullied Hill's, that are now teamed together tostop a synthetic drug gang.Hill and Bacall's script is genius and the directing fits the materialbut it's Hill and Tatum that really make the movie work. A 'Buddy Film'is only as good as it's buddies and Hill and Tatum work magic together.The film doesn't have a lot to do with the original series but some ofit's stars do show up in memorable cameos. As far as action goes themovie isn't really that thrilling either but the jokes are witty andthe leading man chemistry is beautiful.Watch our movie review show 'MOVIE TALK' at:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rHRJKrR2Lk
Dan Lybarger (13 May 2013)
It's also loaded with a series of sidesplitting moments that seem to work on simple brute force.
Jackson Booth-Millard (10 May 2013)
I had always heard about the 1980's television show that made JohnnyDepp a star and a teen idol (which he got annoyed by), and it wasinteresting to hear that they were making a film based on it, I had noidea about the plot of the show, so it would be interesting to see thefilm portray it. Basically Morton Schmidt (Jonah Hill) who was a nerdand Greg Jenko (Channing Tatum) who was a jock were formerly classmatesin the same school, and only met again at police academy, and becomingfriends they graduate as partners, but are assigned to park patrol, andtrying to catch drug dealers and their leader Domingo (DeRay Davis)they are reassigned and the criminal is released because his rightswere not given correctly. They are put in the specialty division thatis revived together, Captain Dickson (Ice Cube) explains that itinvolves police officers who look youthful working undercover in aschool, and they go to 21 Jump Street to do so, as a synthetic drug isspreading around and their job is catch the supplier. Their newidentities are as brothers Doug and Brad McQuaid, living at Schmidt'sparents' house, but their identities are accidentally switched and geteach other's classes, but eventually they track down lead dealer EricMolson (Dave Franco) who is giving out the drugs, but he is not thesupplier and has no idea who that is. Eric is suspicious of the twocops, thinking they are older than they seem, and he forces them totake a sample of the drug right in front of him, and after leaving theyunsuccessfully try to throw it up, and both of them go through thephases of the drug in front of the other students during classes. Bothof them do eventually settle into their student roles, Schmidt fittingin with the popular youngsters and gaining a romantic interest withEric's friend Molly Tracey (Brie Larson), and Jenko gaining nerdyfriends in chemistry class and teacher Ms. Griggs (Ellie Kemper)finding him sexually attractive, and gain the complete trust of Ericthey throw a house party, ignoring orders from Captain Dickson not toserve alcohol and drugs to the minors. They do manage to steal of cellphone which can be tapped if any calls come from the supplier of thedrugs, and prom is approaching so Schmidt and Jenko are getting datesand suits ready for the night, but this is halted when they find outwho Eric has been dealing with, it is Domingo and his gang, and theyend up in a big chase when spotted. The two of them get into a badargument about school and case stuff, and they end up expelled from theschool and fired from the police and Jump Street, but before leavingthey do get inside information from Eric that a drug deal will happenduring the night of the prom, and that Domingo will meet with thesupplier, so they continue to get ready to solve the case. Prom nightcomes, and they are surprised to see that physical education teacherMr. Walters (Rob Riggle) is the supplier, then Domingo arrives andrecognises the police officers, two of his take them out and are toldto kill them, but they let them go and take off disguises to revealthemselves as DEA Agents Tom Hanson (Johnny Depp) and Doug Penhall(Peter DeLuise, Dom's son) who were part of the Jump Street programthemselves when they began. Domingo gets the opportunity and killsHanson and Penhall, and a gunfight ensues with the other two officers,being chased in a limo Jenko creates a homemade bomb to kill thegangster and his crew, and he also saves Schmidt when Mr. Waltersattempts to shoot him,l the end sees Schmidt and Jenko correctly givethe rights and congratulated by Dickson, Schmidt shares a kiss withMolly, and they are given a new college set assignment. Also starringNick Offerman as Deputy Chief Hardy and Jake Johnson as PrincipalDadier. Hill and Tatum are a reasonably good twosome as the oftenslow-witted and uncoordinated police officers who may be grown up butactually suit their younger identity changes, it was good for Depp tomake a quick and unexpected cameo as well, I read that the story is notcompletely similar to that of the TV show, but it didn't matter to me,I got the gist of it, and it did have some funny moments, especiallyjoking about television conventions and adolescent behaviours, the gunsand bombs going on are quite fun too, a not bad action comedy. Worthwatching!
Robbie Collin (10 May 2013)
The film makes high school comedy feel young again: considering its stars are in their late 20s and early 30s, that's no mean feat.
Daniel M. Kimmel (10 May 2013)
It doesn't matter if you never saw the original, because this movie is a clever, fast-paced, action comedy...
Louise Keller (10 May 2013)
The humour is pretty lame, so leave your brain at the door, but there are some funny juxtapositions
TheSquiss (05 May 2013)
I never watched the 80s TV series starring Johnny Depp. I was too busybeing severely narked about it. In '85 I had the idea for a great TVshow about a kid at school who was really a cop. My friends laughed andsaid it was stupid, unrealistic and, besides, who'd listen to an ideafrom a skinny little kid in the backwaters of somewhere distinctly notHollywood? Then, a couple of years later, two blokes in Hollywoodcreated 21 Jump Street.Not one to hold a grudge, I caught a repeat screening of the updated,upgraded, upsized movie version of 21 Jump Street, staring Jonah Hilland Channing Tatum, with limited expectations other than somedisposable fun and a rather large serving of cheese. It was worth theeffort.Directed by the double act of Phil Lord and Chris Miller, whose lastoffering was Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, and written by ScottPilgrim vs the World scribe, Michael Bacall, 21 Jump Street deliverswith a cheek full of tongue and embraces its source rather thanattempting to obliterate the memory of it, as so many big screenadaptations do.Indeed, they make pretty damn sure we know exactly what's going on withan early line from Ice Cube's Captain Dickson as he unloads the fate ofour heroes: "You see, the guys in charge of this stuff lack creativityand are completely out of ideas. So all they do is recycle sh*t fromthe past and expect us all not to notice." And when the hapless duoenquires where they should report, Dickson barks "37 Jump Street. No,that doesn't sound rightÂ " Superb! But don't think for a minute thatimplies 21 Jump Street isn't fresh, inventive and thoroughly enjoyable.Sit back, go with it and allow a couple of hours to pass with plenty ofsmiles and a sufficient quantity of eye candy.The principals play variations of their usual, recognizable charactersand there'll be no plaudits for acting prowess but that's not why youcome to 21 Jump Street, is it? If you visit this film, and it's wellworth it if you have a spare Friday evening with a pizza and a beer,you're coming for easy fun that won't stretch the brain or give younightmares.It's a simple 'buddy flick' about two failing cops who are given anopportunity to redeem themselves and answer the age-old question: Whatwould I do if I could go back but know everything I know now? So, ifyou like cops, action, humour, s*x, drugs and rock 'n' roll (well, ahint of it) give it a shot. What's the worst that could happen? For more reviews from The Squiss subscribe to my blog atwww.thesquiss.co.ukLike the Facebook page: http://on.fb.me/RpitOG
William Goss (05 May 2013)
The whole crew makes clear its affections for action cinema, trashy television and the YouTube generation alike while having fun at the expense of all three.
Julian Roman (01 May 2013)
Apart from the general premise, it's completely different from the television show; although it does pay a few well-timed homages.
Vikas SS (30 April 2013)
Movies like '21 Jump Street' are like the run of the mill comedies wehave in Bollywood. They completely lack novelty but are worth yourmoney for the laughs. The film is based on the TV series of the samename that launched Johnny Depp and has now turned funny-man Jonah Hilland Channing Tatum into producers. Shmidt (Hill) and Jenko (Tatum) are from the same school but hardlyever got along. While Shmidt is plump and a nerd, the latter is a Jock.Both end up joining the police academy and emerge as buddies, helpingout with each others weaknesses. Since the duo has youthful looks, they are sent undercover as studentsto a local school to bust a drug ring. And then follows the usual humoras they get into school plays, some romance and run-ins with the druglords while they also deal with an expletive spewing boss, CaptainDickson (Ice Cube). In a way, it reminded me of the Bollywood movie 'Main Hoon Na' whichhad Shah Rukh Khan getting into college as an undercover guard to oneof the students there. Just like in '21 Jump Street', the former toohad humor and romance. There is also another Hollywood movie with asimilar story; can't recollect the name though! Jonah Hill is best remembered for his role in 'Superbad' a comedy on ahigh-school party theme and his latest act in a supporting role in theOscar nominated 'Moneyball'. But, his best achievement is sheddingpounds by the dozens to suit his character. Tatum, also a regular facein collegiate humor flicks is fine, but nothing exceptional. '21 Jump Street' has already garnered good international ratings.Remember, the US release was more than a month ago. But, don't bedissuaded by those ratings or rave reviews; let me assure you that thismovie has nothing new. At best, it qualifies as a pastime flick on TV;but not worth a trip to the silver screen.
Alyx Gorman (29 April 2013)
You'd expect at 21 Jump Street remake to suck, and this film, for all its obviousness in delivery, doesn't.
Aasif Sheik (28 April 2013)
I expected a lot from Hill, but as i believe i have a good sense ofhumor i tried to smile for few scenes, but was difficult,Most of thejokes are pretty expected,or boring, all the leading actors needsacting skills,if they are good at acting,then why did they missed inhere. The climax is so cheap that i was shocked,i think the reason it'shighly rated at IMDb is because to prove there are lot of people whohave less sense of humor.Most of the comical scenes, i felt areartificial and they force you to laugh.So over all this movie is a onetime hard to watch movie. If you haven't watched any of the US sitcoms,then it will be a funny movie for u.Finally its a strictly one time orsome other time watchable movie.
rebecca-ry (25 April 2013)
'21 Jump Street' is one of the funniest films released for at least twoyears. I didn't expect it to be so funny but it really surprised me. The acting is really well done, Channing Tatum really surprised me,with a track record that includes 'Dear John' and 'The Vow' youwouldn't expect him to do so well. He should do a lot more comedybecause he has changed my perception of him as an actor in this film.Both him and Jonah Hill work really well together and both performgreat. Other actors in the film like Dave Franco and even Johnny Deppin his entire five minutes add a lot of comedy to the film. The script is well-written. Some anti-clichÃ©'s like the title dropwhere the man mixes up the street name really do make everyone laughsimply because it isn't expected. The style of this film reminded me of'Pineapple Express' (the last decent buddy-comedy I can think of) so ifyou enjoyed that film you will probably enjoy this. The believableinitial plot which slowly becomes more and more hilarious andridiculous is very like 'Pineapple Express' but both films should beconsidered different as '21 Jump Street' certainly doesn't copy it. Itcan be a bit predictable at some points but there are some scenes whereyou really don't know what's coming. The film really does make everyone laugh at some points, Jonah Hill haswritten this script very well indeed. Overall, I would recommend thisfilm if you really like comedies and have noticed the lack of decentcomedy in cinema lately. It can be quite vulgar at some points,particularly at the end, but the entire film makes you laugh.It wouldbe difficult for someone to not laugh at all whilst watching this film.
Chris Bumbray (25 April 2013)
Of the horde of big-screen redo's of one-time TV hits, who'd have thought 21 JUMP STREET would be the one to get it right?
james-t-sheridan (23 April 2013)
The new Channing Tatum-Jonah Hill buddy cop retro-television showreboot 21 Jump Street pays homage to a world of mid-eighties undercoverpolice activity where a young Johnny Depp went undercover in a localhigh school in order to infiltrate gangs, bust drug activity, andexpose what was really going on in America's high schools. I think. Idon't know because I never watched 21 Jump Street, partly because I wasa little too young for it, partly because it never outweighed my desireto watch Cheers or Night Court on WGN. And Hunter. And some of thatweird Nick-At-Nite stuff I watched. It wasn't a show my parents watched(that was Wiseguy, L.A. Law), and I don't have any preconceived notionsgoing into this film besides the fact that historically, not many filmsmade from television shows happen to be very memorable or strong. Ofcourse, there was Goodfellas made from Wiseguy, and I'm a fan ofMichael Mann's brooding, moody Miami Vice with Colin Farrell and JaimeFoxx, though I don't think that anyone else is. The Flintstones was nogood, I saw unpromising portions of the A-Team, and I'm still waitingon NYPD Blue: The Movie. However, the concept of recycling an 80'stelevision show, stripping it down to its essential parts, and rotatingin bright, funny actors works splendidly in this film, one of the bestcomedies of the year so far. 21 Jump Street, directed by two men and having five writing/storycredits, feels like a bit of a mishmash, a stew of graphic violence,wonderful obscenity, nonsensical car chases, skilled high schoolsatire, funny moments with Ice Cube as Captain Dickson who supervisesthe undercovers, as well as some very physical comedy involving Tatumand Hill. As a stew of a film, 21 Jump Street works because at its coreit is funny. It made me laugh quite a bit, and the interplay, thechemistry, the bond between Jonah Hill as Schmidt and Channing Tatum asJenko works. They both are having a really good time making this film,riffing off of each other, sliding over cars, pumping shotguns, wearingtuxes to prom, and playing two characters who deeply desire a chance toredo high school. There is the strange sight of a guy who looks like James Franco, talkslike James Franco, but isn't James Franco (played by his brother DaveFranco). There are biker gangs and potent drugs, a forgettable femalesupporting character that seems an afterthought in a bromance of thiskind. There is the wonderful Rob Riggle as an inappropriate coach, afun, raunchy Ellie Kemper as a teacher, and the always entertainingNick Offerman as a stoic Deputy Chief who after chewing the leads outfor botching an arrest by not knowing the Miranda Rights ("Did you justsay you have the right to be an attorney?") announces, "We're revivinga canceled undercover project from the '80s and revamping it for moderntimes. The people behind this lack creativity and they've run out ofideas, so what they do now is just recycle **** from the past and hopethat nobody will notice." A hilarious line reading by Offerman, but bygetting in front of this concept, taking the air out of its criticism,the film smartly allows itself the possibility of being wry andself-aware of its own ridiculousness and origins. Similarly, thebrilliant move to switch Schmidt and Jenko's roles in high schoolresults in some of the best moments in the film as Hill plays the jockand Tatum, the brains: Schmidt's leaping through the air as Peter Panin a theater production; Jenko announcing "Kneel before Zod!" to enterthe Science nerds lab room where he struggles to understand covalentbonds; Schmidt's faux- aggressiveness as he takes center stage in asocial scene he would have hidden from in high school as well as hissupposed Track prowess. The jealousy between the characters is fun, aparty scene and its aftermath have their moments, and the level of funthat the directors, writers, and cast seem to be having is palpable.Tatum is a good actor and quite funny, and Hill continues to do hisfast-talking thing, which is richly comedic. What a fun pairing oftalents. A comedy is supposed to make you laugh, and 21 Jump Street delivers.Fun lead chemistry and raw, dark humor mix together in an addictiveway. With little to no expectations going in (and zero investmentbecause I never watched the show), I was pleasantly surprised.Recommended.
Mahmoud_Buttrumps (23 April 2013)
Movies in Chennai create a big expectation before they release, but itsall gone to waste once it is released. 21 Jump Street is a classicexample for this. The movie had a mass advertising scheme, got somegood actors but without the proper plot and the characters usage allthe efforts made are gone to naught.The movie somehow reminded me about a 2008 Hollywood movie - "21",where blackjack is the story to revolve. And I don't know why peoplecouldn't make a proper movie that is original and not partially copied.A disappointing performance from Jonah Hill. This was not his best. RobRiggle and Ice Cube were good. We have a a weak story with some realweak acting....The director needs to either get some training or STOPdirecting. My rating would be 2.5/10.
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