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Year:
2012
Country:
USA
Genre:
Crime, Action, Comedy
IMDB rating:
7.2
Director:
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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Reviews
Definitely worth a watch but not as good as time passes
Overall: This movie is fantastic and hilarious... on the first and second watch. I know this won't affect some people but for me it loses it's charm after the second or third viewing. Personally, I've watched this movie four times and own it on DVD. Hilarious on 1st and 2nd viewings but then drags on third and fourth one were I've wrote this review. Definitely watch it but can't say it's worth a DVD purchase.

Good: The movie is very funny on it's first few swings and can still get some laughs out of me now. The performances are stellar from Tatum to Hill and even up to Franco and Ice Cube. They all live their character and you can see they love what they were doing. Great cameos from the original show and the cinematography is great for the most part.

Bad: The plot overall, for me, is quite messy and tries helplessly to link characters and previous events together as in one giant loop. Some of the supporting cast were boring namely Molly, Dave's 'gang', the biker troupe and a few others. Music was mediocre at best at didn't fit at quite a few points. As stated above it loses its charm over time and just feels boring. Some editing and cuts feel a tad sloppy and fast but this is generally played for comedic effect and I doubt it would bother many people. If you want great action, don't watch this movie. The action scenes aren't cool, jaw dropping or otherwise interesting and if anything feels like the setup for the inevitable punch line. You can tell it was leaning far on the comedic side rather than action which is okay but I would have liked to see more effort.

Best Part: The final confrontation between Jonah and the main villain were he overcomes his fears and delivers a bad ass one-liner.

7/10 Best Part:
2016-08-17
Totally abusive of the original series.
I was SO looking forward to this 'modern' version of 21 Jump Street! How bitterly disappointed was I? I feel sorry for the people who have never seen the original Jump Street series with Johnny Depp. This movie isn't ANYTHING like the original and I think it's a disgrace they even got the rights to do this. In the original, the Jump Street detectives are just there because of their youthful looks, not because they were incompetent morons! The overall theme was of drama, although there was the obvious comic moments shared between the cast. The original also raised important social/political issues of the time (AIDS, homosexuality, child abuse, bullying ,gang violence, abortion, sexual violence) and tried to deal sensitively with the stigma of these issues and 'educate' the masses, whose ignorant, racist, sexist (and whatever 'ist' is left) attitudes held our society back. In a way the show tried to 'right' some of the 'wrongs' our self-centered society had created, it didn't glorify it. I love comedy as much as anyone, but this rubbish just mocked the original show and only serves to justify the current B-S lives people wallow in! And I'm sure this hasn't addressed any of the racist/sexist issues we STILL experienced. Boy, haven't we evolved???
2012-06-01
They're getting too old for this shift.
I think It's a common opinion that most TV Show adaptations to movies usually fail in all areas, Miami Vice, Dark Shadows ... that god awful reboot of The Avengers, but in the case of 21 Jump Street I think It really worked out quite well especially given that It came from Sony. But indeed, It was an entertaining and enjoyable comedy, Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill are a spectacular partnership in the film, the story-line actually works pretty well and Brie Larson shows future cinema goers a small dose of what she's capable of. There's plenty of nostalgia for the old fans from cameos from Johnny Depp and Peter DeLuise to actual acknowledgment that the film itself is a reboot. With roles from Ice Cube and Nick Offerman thrown in there too, 21 Jump Street really comes together as a feel good, fun ride comedy with some actual pretty great actors and a well written script. Pretty much the only thing I can pick apart Is Dave Franco, is just awful. BUT the rest of the film stands well.
2016-07-30
Was this supposed to be funny??
The movie version of "21 Jump Street" was supposed to be a comedy, I guess. And I guess you would think it's funny if you love the same old jokes about penises over and over from beginning of the movie to the very end, literally.

I thought the movie was going to show how two older, wiser guys go back to high school as undercover cops, and show those young kids what's up. THAT would have been interesting. Instead, they go right back to how they were as kids, bumbling and fumbling their way along, and doing a LOT of stupid things as well.

The juvenile behavior the two leads exhibit ruins any dramatic elements of the movie. They don't act like two adults pretending to be kids, they act more like two kids pretending to be cops.

The original 21 Jump Street with Johnny Depp was a good show. The movie version with Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill was just dumb, sorry.

This is easily Tatum's worst film, and I can't stand Jonah Hill. Hill is not funny, just annoying, and it makes sense that he co-wrote the script.

You can tell Hill has no idea what a cool person is actually like, so he throws in about a hundred penis jokes, along with the usual drug and sexual comments, which take no imagination or creativity at all.

Big time bomb.
2012-04-11
Hill and Tatum Great Team
I was unsure of 21 Jump Street at first, not really caring if I ever watched it or not. After a friend told me how funny it was and I should check it out I decided to give it a shot and i'm glad I did.

Jonan Hill and Channing Tatum are hilarious together, and seeing Ice Cube working for the police department is great on its on. The mix of action and comedy is well balanced and the cast are excellent in there roles.

Tatum and Hill are cops who go undercover as high school students in order to find dealers and supplier of a new drug that is taking over the high school. Can these best friends survive another run at high school or will it destroy the bond between them? If your a fan of comedy I highly recommend this film.
2012-07-08
So much better than I expected
To be fair I didn't expect to enjoy this movie as much as I did. 21 Jump Street is hilarious. Of course many of the jokes are typical and disgusting and annoying, but a lot of times the jokes and the absurdity of the situation just becomes absolutely hilarious. A good example is when they have to take the drug in front of the guy selling them, and then the rest of their day goes so wrong in ridiculous way.

Probably the best joke is when Deputy Chief Hardy says "We're reviving a canceled undercover police program from the '80s and revamping it for modern times. You see the guys in charge of this stuff lack creativity and are completely out of ideas, so all they do now is recycle stuff from the past and expect us all not to notice." Great irony!

I haven't actually seen the original show, but from what I know there's no point in comparing them like which one is better, since the stories are different and all that. But 21 Jump Street is absolutely hilarious, and just so much better than what I expected.
2016-05-03
Unexpectedly hilarious and clever. 21 Jump Street subverts all expectations.
21 Jump Street sounds like a terrible idea on paper: a big screen adaptation of an ABC TV series from the 80s. Was anyone really clamoring for that? Was there any reason to adapt that into a feature film in 2012? It sounds like just another example of Hollywood cashing in on an established franchise, akin to the decision to make a movie based on the board game Battleship. As it turns out 21 Jump Street is barely an adaptation, and it isn't just an excuse to capitalize on an old concept. Directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the team behind the brilliant and absurd Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, use the fact that nobody is too invested in the source material to their advantage, subverting all expectations for what a movie like this would be. The result is a smart, exciting and often hilarious action-comedy with real stakes and a surprising amount of heart.

Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum star as Schmidt and Jenko respectively, two rookie cops who went to high school together, though belonging to different social circles. Jenko was the popular jock while Schmidt was the unpopular nerd. When they realize each has something the other one needs, a friendship sparks and they become partners. After a failed drug bust, they're reassigned to a special division when their police station decides to "revive a cancelled program from the 80s" (get it?). They're sent to a local high school undercover as students to investigate and bring down a drug ring. Despite identical titles, I don't know if we can even call this an adaptation of the show. While the TV show was primarily a drama, the film is essentially a satire of movies and shows like 21 Jump Street, fully aware of all of the clichés of its genre.

Writer Michael Bacall (Scott Pilgrim vs. The World) seems to have realized nobody really cared about a 21 Jump Street movie and instead decided to make something totally different. Early on, in a scene of dialogue that may as well have been delivered directly into the camera, a character explains that there aren't any original ideas these days and so we're stuck rehashing old concepts from the 80s to make a quick buck. In this way and many others, the movie is all about subverting your expectations, which based on this premise are probably very low. It's anything but a lazy cash grab, taking everything you know about buddy cop films and turning it on its head. It embraces the stupidity of its concept too, by constantly acknowledging that Hill and Tatum are way too old to be posing as high school kids, or by having Ice Cube play the stereotypical black police captain from every 80s movie ever, and then outright acknowledging that. In a hilarious early scene Schmidt and Jenko's roles are reversed, with the jock forced to pose as the nerd and the nerd posing as the jock. 21 Jump Street thrives on the unexpected.

Many were initially unsure how Channing Tatum would perform, as he is an actor who has never headlined in any major comedies before. While Jonah Hill is without a doubt the star, having had tons of experience in films like Superbad and Knocked Up, Tatum does a fine job as well and the two actors have great chemistry together. In movies like this with two main leads, the rapport between them can make or break the film. With 21 Jump Street, it absolutely makes it.

That's ultimately why the movie works as well as it does. Any successful comedy needs real stakes. Otherwise, it just feels like a series of Saturday Night Live sketches with no real purpose. A few years ago, Superbad was extremely successful not just for being a goofy and raunchy comedy, but also for having a believable high school friendship at its core. Similarly, 21 Jump Street works because the friendship between its protagonists feels real, and as a result there are real emotional stakes to go along with the satire. Driving this silly, raunchy comedy is a truly interesting story about popularity and friendship in high school, and about how you might act differently if you could go back as an adult. It's easily the funniest comedy in well over a year, but it's not just a vehicle for jokes: 21 Jump Street tells a great story, too.

Phil Lord and Chris Miller seem to love surprising us. As with Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, 21 Jump Street is a movie nobody expected to be great. Its brilliance lies in the fact that it knows all of your complaints ahead of time. Think it sounds like a cheap cash crab based on an 80s property? They make a joke about that. Think Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are too old to play high school kids? They make a joke about that too. It's extremely clever and always two steps ahead of the audience. But what really stands out about 21 Jump Street is that it's not just an enjoyable and hilarious time at the theater, it also tells a genuinely interesting and emotionally compelling story, developing its characters in a way you probably wouldn't anticipate from a raunchy high school comedy.
2012-03-17
Adam Sandler could have done this better
What do the movies "Jack and Jill" and "Batman and Robin" have in common? Two things. One, they are both considered to be some of the worst films to ever plague cinema. Two, they are both better than "21 Jump Street". "21 Jump Street" is a comedy film loosely based around a TV show running from the late 80s to the early 90s. While the TV show had heart and thought put into it, the film version disregards the original to throw in as much juvenile humor, stupid characters, unfunny jokes, and desperate attempts at comedy it has.

The film starts off with our two main characters in high school. Schmidt (Jonah Hill) is an awkward nerd while Jenko (Channing Tatum) is a jock who picks on Schmidt. Cut to a few years later where both of them are in the police academy and discover that their weaknesses are the other one's strength. A relationship forms between the two based around the fact that the two are using each other and we skip past the building of their friendship in a montage of Schmidt helping Jenko in the academic field while Jenko helps Schmidt in the physical field. The montage brings us to their graduation where they are welcomed into the police force and they are now good friends because of events we never witness. They are placed on park patrol and come across a group of drug dealers. They capture one of them but due to incompetence, the police have to let the dealer go and Schmidt and Jenko are reassigned to an old police program located at 21 Jump Street.

At 21 Jump Street, the two meet Captain Dickson (Ice Cube) who reveals to them that they have been chosen because of their youthful appearance, and from what earlier scenes tell the audience because they are incompetent. The duo are sent into a high school to investigate a drug ring where they get their identities mixed up and have to go to the other one's classes. Schmidt is put into a drama class where he meets a girl named Molly (Brie Larson) and later becomes friends with a popular kid named Eric (Dave Franco). As the mission continues, Schmidt becomes more interested in being popular and being in high school than he does on cracking down on the drug dealers, which in turn causes a split between him and Jenko.

The characters of Schmidt and Jenko are the overall largest problem with the movie. They are unfunny, unlikable, and they are incompetent. All we know about their relationship is the fact that they became friends based around the fact that they were using each other, then we see a montage of them working together, and then they are suddenly best friends. To add insult to injury, there is no chemistry between the two. A problem with their characters is their arcs exist for lame jokes and that they make them look even more incompetent. Schmidt having trouble firing a weapon is a little acceptable but Jenko's inability to remember his Miranda Rights makes him look dumber and makes the police force look stupid to allow someone like that to stay on the force. I thought that at the end of the movie they would learn a few things and mature. What does the film do instead? Throw out a perfect opportunity for real and interesting character development in place for a stupid, unfunny, and disgusting penis joke.

The humor in this movie is at the lowest form of comedy and it is all desperate. Ellie Kemper, who is funny on "The Office" as Erin, portrayed Jenko's chemistry teacher and was only around for a cheap joke about how she was attracted to Jenko who was supposedly a student. One thing that really bugs me is that some of the comedic moments in this movie are things I would normally find funny, but this film takes what I like and turns it into another annoyance for me. Unfunny and just plain desperate for laughs, "21 Jump Street" sinks to use some of the most juvenile humor I have ever witnessed. How come Adam Sandler and his movies are criticized for having juvenile humor but then this movie gets appraise from critics and the general audience?

Of all the movies I have seen, this is the one that I regret watching the most. Watching this film was a depressing and aggravating experience that did nothing but make me lose trust in my friend's opinions who suggested this movie to me. Horrible, unfunny, unlikable, stupid, and obnoxious characters, a story that makes the audience route for incompetence, completed with an overall horrible script and unfunny jokes, "21 Jump Street" is one of the worst movies I have ever seen and it does nothing but causes me anger. While the late and great Roger Ebert said this about another movie, it applies to me here, "I hated this movie. Hated hated hated hated hated this movie. Hated it." (Roger Ebert, "North" review). There are not enough negative words in the world to describe what this piece of garbage is.
2013-10-05
Pretty Good
I never saw the original TV series that this was based on, so I don't know how well of an adabtation it is. I've also never seen Channing Tatum in anything, and very little of Jonah Hill. I really wouldn't have bothered with this movie if everyone wasn't saying how great it was and quoting it all the time. So how did the movie turn out? Pretty good actually. I was a little afraid when I started it, but in the end I found myself having a good time.

Cons, there are a few dry spots, and there really aren't any big laughs. There are plenty of moments where I was laughing, but never one where I could barely breath and my sides hurt, which is what a lot of people made it sound like. Also there is one really big plot hole, or lack of logic. This may be a spoiler, but I'm not sure.When they get there, the mess up there names, so they get each others schedules. Tatum was supposed to be in drama and band, Hill was in AP Chem. The only person who knows is the princibal, and he probably won't remember. Just go to the classes you were supposed to go to. They don't know who you are.

Like I said, the movie is pretty funny, but I really liked the action scenes and the plot. The action was exiting, and better shot them action scenes in some actual straight up action movies. And the plot has many twists and turns. I was actually surprised by who the suplier turned out to be, and there is a really cool cameo near the ending. The acting and chemistry between Tatum and Hill is good, and it's not really ever boring.

This isn't "a gut-wretching, you won't be able to breath because your laughing too hard movie", but it is fun, and has some great moments in it.
2012-07-09
Better than you think it would be
The new Channing Tatum-Jonah Hill buddy cop retro-television show reboot 21 Jump Street pays homage to a world of mid-eighties undercover police activity where a young Johnny Depp went undercover in a local high school in order to infiltrate gangs, bust drug activity, and expose what was really going on in America's high schools. I think. I don't know because I never watched 21 Jump Street, partly because I was a little too young for it, partly because it never outweighed my desire to watch Cheers or Night Court on WGN. And Hunter. And some of that weird 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 notions going into this film besides the fact that historically, not many films made from television shows happen to be very memorable or strong. Of course, there was Goodfellas made from Wiseguy, and I'm a fan of Michael Mann's brooding, moody Miami Vice with Colin Farrell and Jaime Foxx, though I don't think that anyone else is. The Flintstones was no good, I saw unpromising portions of the A-Team, and I'm still waiting on NYPD Blue: The Movie. However, the concept of recycling an 80's television show, stripping it down to its essential parts, and rotating in bright, funny actors works splendidly in this film, one of the best comedies of the year so far.

21 Jump Street, directed by two men and having five writing/story credits, feels like a bit of a mishmash, a stew of graphic violence, wonderful obscenity, nonsensical car chases, skilled high school satire, funny moments with Ice Cube as Captain Dickson who supervises the undercovers, as well as some very physical comedy involving Tatum and Hill. As a stew of a film, 21 Jump Street works because at its core it is funny. It made me laugh quite a bit, and the interplay, the chemistry, the bond between Jonah Hill as Schmidt and Channing Tatum as Jenko works. They both are having a really good time making this film, riffing off of each other, sliding over cars, pumping shotguns, wearing tuxes to prom, and playing two characters who deeply desire a chance to redo high school.

There is the strange sight of a guy who looks like James Franco, talks like James Franco, but isn't James Franco (played by his brother Dave Franco). There are biker gangs and potent drugs, a forgettable female supporting character that seems an afterthought in a bromance of this kind. There is the wonderful Rob Riggle as an inappropriate coach, a fun, raunchy Ellie Kemper as a teacher, and the always entertaining Nick Offerman as a stoic Deputy Chief who after chewing the leads out for botching an arrest by not knowing the Miranda Rights ("Did you just say you have the right to be an attorney?") announces, "We're reviving a canceled undercover project from the '80s and revamping it for modern times. The people behind this lack creativity and they've run out of ideas, so what they do now is just recycle **** from the past and hope that nobody will notice." A hilarious line reading by Offerman, but by getting in front of this concept, taking the air out of its criticism, the film smartly allows itself the possibility of being wry and self-aware of its own ridiculousness and origins. Similarly, the brilliant move to switch Schmidt and Jenko's roles in high school results in some of the best moments in the film as Hill plays the jock and Tatum, the brains: Schmidt's leaping through the air as Peter Pan in a theater production; Jenko announcing "Kneel before Zod!" to enter the Science nerds lab room where he struggles to understand covalent bonds; Schmidt's faux- aggressiveness as he takes center stage in a social scene he would have hidden from in high school as well as his supposed Track prowess. The jealousy between the characters is fun, a party scene and its aftermath have their moments, and the level of fun that the directors, writers, and cast seem to be having is palpable. Tatum is a good actor and quite funny, and Hill continues to do his fast-talking thing, which is richly comedic. What a fun pairing of talents.

A comedy is supposed to make you laugh, and 21 Jump Street delivers. Fun lead chemistry and raw, dark humor mix together in an addictive way. With little to no expectations going in (and zero investment because I never watched the show), I was pleasantly surprised. Recommended.
2012-08-01
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