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21 Jump Street

(2012)

Rated R for crude and sexual content, pervasive language, drug material, teen drinking and some violence.

R In Theaters 03/16/2012 , 109min.
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73%
Viewer score based on 255 ratings
69%
Critic score based on 41 reviews

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January 04, 2013
sm00000000134753
This movie is a riot. My friends and I loved it.
December 16, 2012
musluvinla
Embarrassing. Not funny. Filled with just a bunch of violence. This movie is sheer crap. Shame on all involved.
August 07, 2012
ro00000000128209
Funny movie. Lot's of laughs!
July 25, 2012
dawkins3620
Good Movie. Thought this was Channing Tatums turnaround in his career but then he did that stripper movie...jonah hill fantastic as usual
July 21, 2012
cg00000000127148
OK If you 18 or hi as f!@# but if you looking for something that's not going to waste your time you're barking up the wrong tree on this one.

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Variety
By casting Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum as fish-out-of-water buffoons, the irreverent result feels fresher than most '80s-show reboots, effectively flipping the address Johnny Depp made famous. Full Review
A.O. Scott
The New York Times
It wants to be fun and, to a perhaps surprising extent, it is. Largely forsaking the sweet multiculturalism of the original for white-dude bromance, and completely abandoning earnest teenagers-in-crisis melodrama in favor of crude, aggressive comedy, this 21 Jump Street is an example of how formula-driven entertainment can succeed. Full Review
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
Like Marilyn Monroe and Judy Holliday before him, Tatum is sublime at playing dumb (as a dim pretty boy, he seems to be channeling Brad Pitt in "Burn After Reading"), just as Hill shrewdly deploys his body mass for maximum physical comedy (even slimmed down, with an Oscar nomination under that tightened belt, he carries himself with a fat man's comically elephantine grace). Full Review
Betsy Sharkey
Los Angeles Times
Miller and Lord clearly understand the push-and-pull and hyper-competitiveness that make guy friendships both complex and stupid. That it comes to life so fully in 21 Jump Street is what gives the film an endearing, punch-you-in-the-arm-because-I-like-you-man charm. Full Review
Bill Goodykoontz
Arizona Republic
Directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller get nearly everything -- the tone, the self-referential nods to the shoe and the dead-solid-perfect surprises -- just right. Full Review
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