21 Jump Street (2012) Movie Review

21 Jump Street (2012) Movie Review
21 Jump Street (2012) Movie Review

21 Jump Street (2012) Movie Review

Released : March 16th, 2012

Reviewed : March 18th, 2012

Genre : Comedy

Story (from IMDB) :


A pair of underachieving cops are sent back to a local high school to blend in and bring down a synthetic drug ring.


Review :


It’s always good to watch a movie that is a lot funnier than expected. This movie surprisingly has been getting great reviews and it deserves it. This movie is near nonstop laugh fest. With the great team of Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum being on screen the most they have a great partnership and really work together great. Dave Franco (James Franco’s younger brother) has a great role and shows that he will follow in his brothers footsteps. Overall the movie is mix of jokes and just funny action scenes with the film only slowing down once towards the end to do the usually soft moment of the film which even then is played off well enough that it is still funny. This movie also has what might be the best use of a cameo ever in all movies. They really outdid themselves with that one. Overall the film has enough laughs and action scenes to statisfy anyone from 14 to 114 and is another must see.


Score : 9/10

3 thoughts on “21 Jump Street (2012) Movie Review”

  1. Hill and Tatum are great together here and add a lot to this film’s comedy but it’s just the way it is all written that makes it even richer. It’s making fun of those high school comedy conventions but at the same time, is inventing it’s own as it goes on. Great review. Give mine a look when you can.

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