21 Jump Street
Crime, Action, Comedy
IMDB rating:
Phil Lord, Chris Miller
Jonah Hill as Schmidt
Dax Flame as Zack
Nick Offerman as Deputy Chief Hardy
Ellie Kemper as Ms. Griggs
Jake M. Johnson as Principal Dadier
Holly Robinson Peete as Officer Judy Hoffs
Rob Riggle as Mr. Walters
Brie Larson as Molly Tracey
Chris Parnell as Mr. Gordon
Ice Cube as Captain Dickson
DeRay Davis as Domingo
Dave Franco as Eric Molson
Storyline: In high school, Schmidt ( ) was a dork and Jenko ( ) was the popular jock. After graduation, both of them joined the police force and ended up as partners riding bicycles in the city park. Since they are young and look like high school students, they are assigned to an undercover unit to infiltrate a drug ring that is supplying high school students synthetic drugs.
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Just what I expected
21 Jump Street was just what I expected it to be. When I first heard about a comedy with Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill I knew it would not be an excellent movie. It's exactly how I expected it to be, it was fun to watch some part of it- I admit it- but very bad in general. Seldom did I get interested in the plot, but the "comedy" part was OK, it wasn't brilliant, but laughable in a kind of good way. The plot was not just not interesting, but very poor, so do not expect the writers to come up with some major plot twist or anything that could confuse the audience because the only thing they do is putting some jokes to make it seems less bad. I wouldn't suggest you to watch it if you are looking for a good movie, but for a night with some friends it could be the perfect deal.
Laughed to Tears
Man, I don't know where I start, this movie was the therapy of my day, week, year or whatever. If it were to cost more I would pay more, considering it would make me laugh this much. I've had a great time watching this solely at the first time then with my friends who hadn't seen it too at my second time. I love the acting, the jokes which aren't all dirty (That's what most modern movies rely on nowadays), and most importantly the great ending and the whole point from this movie is the plot. Bro, I loved this, if you haven't watched it, waste no time, go ahead and order this.

You'd better be ready to jump
Schmidt and Jenko (Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum respectively) are two newish bike cops whom are tasked by the '21 Jump Street' program with infiltrating a high school disguised as students and bust a new drug ring, in this comedy based on Stephen J. Cannell's hit late 1980's Fox cop show.

Well this exceeded expectations, granted truth be told expectations were a tad bit low when I learned of a comedic rendition of a decidedly non-comedic TV show. However surprisingly the film is a great mix of low-brow, high-concept and self-referential humor that made it a joy to watch. With past Cannell shows hitting the big screen with A-Team and now 21 Jump Street, one can only hope that "The Greatest American Hero" would get the treatment next. Now THAT would be epic.

My Grade: B
This was literally the worst movie I have seen in a while
I liked the original show. I knew that this movie wouldn't be as good. I wasn't prepared for how horrible it was. If I had my own car with me I would have walked out. They took what was good about the show and threw it away. The movie is set in present day, over 20 years after the original show aired. It has Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum go undercover in a school to stop the flow of a new type of drug.

The cops break every law there is. At one point they teabag a criminal. They also break into the evidence room and steal some weed, give alcohol to minors, and consume drugs.

There were very few female characters, most didn't have names. The cast was almost completely white-washed. They used the word bitch way too often and I felt offended. Even the cameos from Johnny Depp, Holly Robinson Peete, and Peter DeLuise fell flat.

I wish I had those two hours of my life back.
Ehh... Just OK
I just don't think this movie was nearly as funny as people let on. I mean it wasn't awful, but it definitely wasn't great. Yes it had it's funny parts, but they were far and few in- between!! They overloaded on cuss words and sex to try to make us laugh, and trust me there was nothing funny about it!! I also don't think all the jokes about drugs were all that funny. I mean a comedy is supposed to make u laugh, and I'm sorry but I just wasn't laughing a lot in this movie. I just don't get all the fuss over this movie. I liked Channing Tatum in it, but I HATE ice cube and Jonah Hill!!! Those 2 just weren't funny at all! I just think this film was very weak as far as comedy goes. Too much sex and profanity and not enough actual comedy and funniness.
Nice to watch at first, but only becomes tolerable after about 20 minutes
I have to say that this is not a terrible movie, and after 30 minutes, though, I was debating whether to finish it or not. After a power cut happened, though around 40 minutes into the movie, I realized that I probably didn't have to watch it all. It feels like a weak Airplane and weak American Pie mixed with Ted and Anchorman. I just don't like that type of humour so much.


- Lots of jokes, and at least they don't fall so flat.

- Neat enough concept.


- Unnecessarily crude sometimes.

- Just not that good for me.


4 - Not terrible but probably not that good for me. At least I can scratch off 22 Jump Street from this list.
Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum bring their infectious comedic chemistry to engulf us for a hilarious good time
Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum band together in what appears to be yet another remake of a popular TV show of the same name. After a significant number of failed attempts to bring a televised source material to the big screen in an accurate fashion, it is understandable why people may approach this with low expectations. Against all odds, Hill and Tatum manage to bring their A-game to the table with their feverishly strong comedic appeal to grip us for an insanely hilarious comedic fare. Playing a duo of undercover cops with a diminishing sense of intelligence, these two make an irresistible pair for this devilishly raunchy buddy cop comedy directed by the likes of Phil Lord and Christopher Miller who make a remarkable achievement of paying tribute to the popular source material while taking many liberties that create only a minimal resemblance of the 80s TV show. It is a movie that demands you to prepare for an all-out laugh-out-loud galore. This film follows Schmidt (played by Jonah Hill) and Jenko (played by Channing Tatum), two men reuniting seven years after their high school graduation to attend a local police academy. While their graduation is success, these two prove to be way too amateurish to properly execute their jobs at law enforcement officers after they manage to botch their first arrest. This leads to their boss Deputy Chief Hardy (played by Nick Offerman) to transfer them to, wait for it.....21 Jump Street, an underachieving police department run by the foul-mouthed Captain Dickson (played by Ice Cube) who assigns them on a case that sends them back to high school as undercover cops disguised as students to bust the school's drug dealer who happens to distributing some mind- altering substances. As the duo becomes engulfed in reliving their high school days including partying and school plays, their social life with the fellow students put their jobs in danger.

This movie is not quite devoid of the typical buddy cop formula that has dominated the subgenre for the past few decades. But with the brilliant sleight of hand by the directors Phil Lord and Christoper Miller, a a solidly executed script, and the comedic adrenaline of Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum; this movie works astonishingly well. It is funny almost consistently and rarely lets a single moment go to waste, even when the jokes border on the line of distasteful. And each time Hill and Tatum appear on screen, laughter almost immediately dominates the air as their chemistry allows us to relish in each scene. The script effectively blends its raunchy R-rated sex humor with clever messages about high school popularity and friendship, which come to productive use when the two leads get mixed with a crowd of high school cliques. In particularly, Jonah Hill's Schmidt forms a romance with cute blondie named Molly, played by Brie Larson, which comes to his surprise considering his lack of popularity in high school as demonstrated in the opening scene with him and the then-super- popular Jenko. Furthermore, the film also makes effective use of poking fun at high school stereotypes which accounts to some good laughs every now and then. But most importantly, it is the comedic performances by Hill and Tatum that keeps things flowing. And kudos should also go to Ice Cube who brings his foul-mouth, wise-cracking fever to the screen each minute we see him, and Rob Riggle who lets his comedic talent shine nearly every chance he gets. And when the characters finally get the chance to pull their guns out in the climax, viewers are treated with a sweet little cameo.

21 Jump Street is an exciting comedic endeavor that shows that Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum make an effective team when tackling the buddy cop genre. The movie is funny, charming, and blisters with seemingly endless comedic fever that will, of course, turn off those alienate by a long line of raunchy humor that comes at almost consistently. If can withstand the crudeness, come along for the ride.
21 jump street who needs the Television show ?
Now although i have not watched the 80s show which starred johnny Depp this is the funniest cop comedy i have seen in a while and their haven't been many but its about to under achieving cops Schmidt - Jonah hill , Jenkins caning Tatum who have to go undercover as high school students in order to crank a drug syndicate at a local high school . overall the film is largely funny through due to the chemistry between hill an Tatum and although the script sounds like it was written by a juvenile delinquent i think it will appeal to movie goers who like buddy cop pictures e,g Bad boys Beverley hills cop and ice cube who steals every scene he is in as their potty mouthed captain Dickson who is funny no matter what so all i can say the negative reviews were probably written by people who probably liked the TV show more and went in with low exceptions.
Simultaneously a typical and innovative comedy film
Sticking closely to American high-school-movie tropes while simultaneously mocking them is one of the most salient triumphs of "21 Jump Street". Stoner humour is prevalent, swear words are numerous and lashings of typical US slapstick are shovelled in. By making two loser cops graduate high school again, "21 Jump Street" satirises the teen-scene film movement: Jenko and Schmidt have the ability to relive (respectively) the best and worst years of their lives, an opportunity which many would secretly relish. The interest in high-school movies throughout the 80's, provoked by a vicarious yearning to be cool or do things differently, is picked apart here as they realise that everything they knew about high school has changed. The athletic layabouts have been superseded in popularity by intelligent, sensitive and environmentally-conscious teenagers, much to Schmidt's delight and Jenko's chagrin. Their struggle to be accepted becomes more and more consuming as they begin to get distracted from their undercover mission, although any serious moments are often overlooked in favour of easy laughs. The film makes no secret of stupidity – the idiocy of the protagonists is exploited for full comedic effect as their bumbling Inspector Clouseau-esque investigations lead them, more by accident than design, to discover the distributors of high-school drugs in the wafer-thin plot. The shallow genre-mockery would be easily missed by the casual viewer, were it not for one of the best credits sequences I have ever seen: explosions, women's silhouettes and American flags cloak the screen behind a set of polished-metal acting credits in a flagrant action-blockbuster spoof. Self-mockery, showy cinematography and a poor (yet extremely quotable) script render "Jump Street" the "Hot Fuzz" of American comedies, albeit without the cult following.

Music in the film is used primarily to add to the comedy, and although all actors are strong in their roles, there is a sense of tired cliché in the characters of Jonah Hill's awkward geek and Channing Tatum's brooding dullard jock. However, as a reboot of a long-forgotten TV serial, it stays true to its roots – references to the original series pop up in all forms, including the cameos of original actor Johnny Depp, even if most of the allusions would be overlooked by viewers unfamiliar with the series.

There is more to "21 Jump Street" than meets the eye, but not a lot more. Its stand-out qualities are the subtle mocking of asinine blockbuster action-comedies, and the exploitation of the "ideal high-school experience" story concept. Other than this, the film is simply an enjoyable romp full of unpredictable violence and cringe- worthy awkward moments – and it is truly funny.
One of the best action-comedy movies of the last decade
Action and humor are not stuck on the street during the movie 21 Jump Street; they jump off the screen and come alive for millions to see. Jenko, an athletic, seemingly unintelligent police officer played by actor Channing Tatum, and Schmidt, a brainy, socially awkward policeman played by actor Jonah Hill, must relive their traumatic high school pasts as part of the revived Jump Street unit. As members in the unit, they must go undercover together as high school students in order to stop the spread of a brand new synthetic drug. The carefully balanced action and comedic moments, brought alive by the radiating chemistry between actors Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill, combine with an underlying layer of friendship and brotherhood to help mold 21 Jump Street into one of the best action-comedy movies of the last decade.

The tight-rope balancing act between action and comedy is well executed in the film. The directing and production team throws unexpected moments into the action scenes, such as nothing seemingly being able to blow up during the car chase scenes when one would normally expect it to, in order to keep the viewers guessing. When the action starts feeling unoriginal, the script interjects a shot of original humor to capture the audience once again. The writers' lack of fear in using supporting characters to point out unrealistic lapses of realism in their own plot, like Tatum and Hill actually being able to pass as high school students, provides some of these consistent jolts of comedic originality. Likewise, the camera focuses on one of Hill's many brilliant facial expressions—such as the one he has when he realizes he has to take the very drug he is trying to rid the school of—to physically show comedy rather than say it through dialogue. This visual comedy effectively balances instances when the film becomes too action heavy.

Hill and Tatum's ability to quickly bounce jokes off of one another ensures that no scene is wasted. Situations where the two actors are able to have their characters finish each other's sentences—like when Jenko is talking to the motorcycle gang at the start of the film and Schmidt picks up right where he leaves off without any interruption—captures the way everything flows when Hill and Tatum are on screen together. This special quality to 21 Jump Street leaves the audience wanting more witty back-and- forth dialogue out of the two actors, creating a similar effect as the smooth, buttery taste of one kernel of popcorn leaving people wanting more.

Laying underneath the main element of comedy that is prevalent in the film is the development of friendship and brotherhood that builds as the movie goes on. While Jenko and Schmidt seem like they will have trouble simply being fake brothers in their undercover unit, the writers succeed in developing the characters to the point where Jenko selflessly is willing to take a bullet for Schmidt and Jenko is able to trust in Schmidt's shooting ability to get them out of a potential jam. This layer displays the writers' ability to craft a well-rounded, well-developed film where the two are able to call each other a true friend and brother outside of the operation.

Besides delivering action-comedy gold, 21 Jump Street displays an interesting dynamic between two people with polar opposite looks. Sometimes the vibe of society today tells us to quickly write someone off solely based on their outer appearance. This film shows that two people like Jenko and Schmidt who initially seem like they will never click or gel can turn out to have more in common with each other than they have with anyone else. 21 Jump Street showcases the importance of not being too quick to judge a person based on their appearance. After all, you never know who you will form that sibling-like bond with in the end.
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