Rated R · 110 minutes · 2012

Action, Comedy
Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum team up as an unlikely comic duo in this twisted reboot of the famous late-’80s TV show that launched the career of Johnny Depp. The two play former high school enemies who develop a friendship after they become cops. After getting into trouble, they are put into the newly reactivated 21 Jump Street program (with an angry, hilarious Ice Cube as their captain), and must go undercover as high school students to infiltrate a drug ring. The two are very funny, and Tatum displays a surprising amount of comedic talent. This will stand as one of the year’s funniest—and nastiest—comedies. It also contains some memorable cameos.

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Director: Phil Lord and Christopher Miller
Producer: Neal H. Moritz, Stephen J. Cannell, Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Ezra Swerdlow and Tania Landau
Cast: Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Brie Larson, Dave Franco, Rob Riggle, Ice Cube, DeRay Davis, Ellie Kemper, Chris Parnell, Caroline Aaron, Dax Flame, Jake Johnson, Nick Offerman, Holly Robinson Peete, Johnny Pemberton, Stanley Wong and Justin Hires


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Memphis Flyer The Other Other Guys TV spin-off comedy 21 Jump Street surprises. by Addison Engelking 03/22/2012
Indy Week Not your Reagan-era 21 Jump Street This remake is more deconstruction than devotion, and if you don't believe me, wait and see how it handles a particular high-profile cameo. by Neil Morris 03/14/2012
Arkansas Times '21 Jump Street': surprisingly funny. At the beginning of "21 Jump Street," Ice Cube, in his supporting role as chief of a police task force that goes undercover into high schools and colleges, orders the protagonists to embrace their stereotypes. by Bernard Reed 03/21/2012
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Charleston City Paper 21 Jump Street is a successful reboot Directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller make their live-action feature film debut here, clearly taking a page from the playbook of The Brady Bunch Movie and crafting a modern-day tale while winking satirically at the core tenets of the old TV show. by Isaac Weeks 03/14/2012
Portland Mercury Everything Old Is New Again Wait. 21 Jump Street is... good? by Vince Mancini 03/15/2012
The Coast Halifax A few laughs on 21 Jump Street Comedy rehash of '80s TV series not without chuckles by Molly Segal 03/15/2012
Creative Loafing Atlanta Hollywood Product: 21 Jump Street Hill and Tatum are comedic gold in this TV show remake by Edward Adams 03/16/2012
Colorado Springs Independent Opening this week 21 Jump Street, Rampart, Friends With Kids and film events around town. 03/15/2012
Colorado Springs Independent Fresh recycling: 21 Jump Street 21 Jump Street finds its humor in so many places that the only really appropriate word is "inspired." by Scott Renshaw 03/15/2012

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