22 Jump Street

2014

Action / Comedy / Crime

838
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 85%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 78%
IMDb Rating 7 10 310093

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Channing Tatum as Jenko
Seth Rogen as Morton Schmidt
Anna Faris as Anna
Nick Offerman as Deputy Chief Hardy
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Figgy66-915-598470 10 / 10

Giggles from start to finish

11 June 2014 Film of Choice at The Plaza Dorchester Tonight - 22 Jump Street. This film was a hoot!!! I only watched 21 Jump Street at the weekend in preparation for the sequel and although I enjoyed it I have to say the sequel was much better. Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are a great double act and the film provides just the right amount of slapstick humour combined with witty banter and the serious side of undercover police work. Imagine if you will two undercover cops, not the brightest pair, sent back to college to infiltrate the latest drug ring. Whatever you are imagining.....it's in this sequel. Hill and Tatum are tight.....they have each other's backs and are best buds but going back to college shows each of them a new direction and their friendship is severely tested in this world of frat parties, pledging and that oh so American Institution.......Spring Break. A giggle from start to finish and Channing Tatum's not bad to look at either. Stay for the credits!!!!

Reviewed by gwnightscream 6 / 10

Pretty Good Follow-Up!

Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Wyatt Russell and Ice Cube star in this 2014 action-comedy sequel based on the TV series. This picks up where the last film ended with cops, Schmidt (Hill) and Jenko (Tatum) sent undercover at a local college to find a drug supplier. In the process, they begin to question their partnership and make new friends. Russell plays Zook, a football jock who befriends Jenko and Cube returns as Captain Dickson. This is a pretty good follow-up I liked better than the first and Hill & Tatum are great together. I recommend this.

Reviewed by Gavin Purtell 8 / 10

Great sequel with plenty of laugh-out-loud moments and plenty of charisma to boot

Is '22 Jump Street' as good as '21 Jump Street'? Quite possibly, which is a big achievement, seeing as the original was one of the better comedies of the last 10 years! This film has just as many laughs - if not more - and does a great job of poking fun at itself and the ludicrousness of most Hollywood sequels.

There's a few more car chases, but they're unconventional and quite amusing with the commentary the two leads provide. A fair bit of the humour comes from the fact that their undercover disguise as college-age students (i.e. they should be 18-21), which is totally unbelievable, seeing as Hill is 30 & Tatum is 34. Plenty of referencing the first film and stupidity of repetition in sequels (mostly by Offerman's Chief of Police - "EVERYTHING is EXACTLY the SAME"!) and even casting the bad guy from 'Bad Boys II' - Peter Stormare - as the villain in this!

Pretty good support cast - the Yang Twins are great as the across-the-hall stoners, Stevens is good as the love interest and Ice Cube has more to do in this film, which is a good thing and leads to a few hilarious scenes.

Best bit of the film? Probably the many joke sequel posters/trailers they show! Highly entertaining and just plain funny to see how far they can stretch a premise. Quite reminiscent of 'Tropic Thunder', but definitely had the crowd in stitches! I do hope they make a third film, but if not, both 21 & 22 Jump Street will stand as some of the best action/police comedies ever made.

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