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21 Jump Street

21 Jump Street

2012
Comedy, Action
1h 49m
A pair of underachieving cops are sent back to a local high school to blend in and bring down a synthetic drug ring.
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21 Jump Street

2012
Comedy, Action
1h 49m
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Rated 12 Jul 2012
65
77th
One of the better comedies I've seen recently, which is a pleasant surprise since it could have been much more mediocre. It's actually funny; the characters are actually likable; and the satire (of buddy cop movies, of modern high school, even of the film itself) is actually well done. It's no Hot Fuzz, but I find it difficult to believe someone wouldn't enjoy this.
Rated 25 Mar 2012
73
71st
Dude, this is another remake! It had no right to be as sharp, smart, and satisfying as it is! It had no right to be so hip and cagey and such an accurate portrayal--parody, even--of today's increasingly nebulous, shifting, discombobulating high school landscape! It's a movie for actual grown-ups, not ADD-afflicted teenyboppers! Tatum gives a likable comic performance and isn't meatheaded at all! This is a GOOD movie! For real! What happened, fellas?
Rated 03 May 2012
70
71st
"We need to finger eachothers mouth!" More fun than I had expected without the ususal cheesy morale often used in american comedies. Team Tatum/Hill has great chemistry and it's obvious they had a good time making this. For once the "it's funny cause' they're on drugs scene" actually were quite hilarious... 21 thumbs up!
Rated 17 Mar 2012
8
93rd
Probably the most purely entertaining film of the first quarter of 2012. Channing Tatum has legitimate comedy chops. The cast is actually full of real funny folks like Ellie Kemper, Rob Riggle, Chris Parnell, etc. Quite charming, quite vulgar, and while there isn't much traditional action, the bits of that that are present are solid. I'm not surprised that it shares a screenwriter with Scott Pilgrim, because the comedic sensibility is similar.
Rated 01 May 2012
70
65th
I rarely laughed out loud but Hill and Tatum proved a fun team whose chemistry delivers in the (sort of obligatory) buddy cop bromance department. Dave Franco, James' younger brother, is good also, and I enjoyed Miller and Lord's take on present day high school wherein the exchanged identities give the leads a lot to work with. The film is no 'Superbad', but still: a cut above most comedies and seriously entertaining.
Rated 06 Sep 2012
80
64th
This has to stand as one of the biggest suprises in a long time. I don't think anyone was expecting this to be a good film, but it turned out to be one of the best comedies of 2012. Channing Tatum shows everyone that he actually does have personality, and the chemistry between him and Hill is the highlight. Also worth noting is Nick Offerman in a way too short part.
Rated 09 Dec 2017
8
80th
Takes an already funny buddy cop comedy (Hill and Tatum have excellent chemistry-see their bungled opening arrest, tearful final triumph) and goofy high school flick (jock Jenko with the nerds is a highlight thread) and adds a thick layer of sharp satire to the tropes from both (see the millennial update of high school), and even to itself as a film ("37 Jump St... No, that doesn't sound right"), making for a wholly entertaining experience from its 2000s flashback beginning to "Die Hard" end.
Rated 19 Mar 2012
65
45th
Pretty funny and a nice surprise considering my expectations were low. Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are both funny, Rob Riggle is hilarious in his small role, and even Ice Cube is better than the trailers make him seem. They have all these stupid cliches about their characters but the movie is so meta about it that it works. I started to lose interest towards the end and had a hard time buying the romance angle with a high school girl, but overall it's good time.
Rated 21 Mar 2012
9
92nd
Really delivers on the laughs. Hill and Tatum were great together and I'm pumped for college.
Rated 27 Mar 2012
85
78th
Full of laughs and the gym teacher was very funny.
Rated 13 Jun 2012
100
90th
What were the odds that this was actually going to be a fairly thrilling, dramatically engaging, genuinely funny, relatively smart and thoroughly enjoyable film? Slim, I thought. Smile on my face from start to finish. In an overall great cast, Brie Larson is incredibly charming and Channing Tatum finally turns in a good performance. I can't remember last I had this much pure fun watching a film. Left me wanting more, and for once I hope they follow up on that sequel promise.
Rated 12 Jul 2012
69
73rd
Pretty damned funny. Only thing that stops it from getting a higher score, is its a bit slow in the final 30 minutes. Still one of the better movies of 2012 (so far)
Rated 12 Jun 2015
70
58th
This was surprisingly good. There is an easy chemistry between the leads, a fun script and some knowing asides to its heritage. The direction is handled deftly, and the whole thing feels quite fresh. And there is Ice Cube, possibly in the role he was born to play, bagging all the best lines. It is by no means a masterpiece, in particular it gets less effective towards the end, but definitely worth seeing for a chuckle.
Rated 17 Mar 2012
65
63rd
Predictable but funny. Tatum and Hill were actually a good combo.
Rated 31 Mar 2012
75
66th
The chemistry between Tatum and Hill, coupled with an enviroment that's almost completely self-aware elevate 21 Jump Street high above all of the unremarkable/cliche buddy cop flicks of recent years. There are moments where things seem forced, but they are few and far between.
Rated 02 Apr 2012
8
82nd
Can't believe how good this was honestly. Tatum was surprisingly funny and competent for the first time and Jonah Hill was great but needs to get fat again. Ice Cube is awful and the entire "being as black as possible" schtick gets old fast.
Rated 10 Apr 2012
75
62nd
Self-aware and very funny. Tatum and Hill were great together.
Rated 29 Apr 2012
74
77th
I was waiting for some raunchy material -- which is always great when Hill is around --, but I just wasn't prepared for this Hot Fuzz/Superbad kind of comedy. It makes fun of 80s and 90s buddy cop films by nailing clichès in today's high school of hipsters and popular nerds -- I'm with Hill on this, I went to high school at the wrong time, exactly seven or eitght years ago. And one more thing: the best acting/writing of Hollywood comes from Columbia/Sony's features.
Rated 04 May 2012
6
55th
"Teenage the fuck up!"
Rated 15 May 2012
79
70th
As far as gross out comedies go this isn't really isn't that gross except for right at the end, which honestly I think it could've done without. That said it does seem to illustrate the cultural shift towards progressive values over the past 10-15 years. Plus Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum have some impressive comedic chemistry together and Ice Cube not only hilarious but he's in an objectively good film again (I have yet to see Rampart).
Rated 16 May 2012
80
80th
A funny, self-parodying flick that shows its pedigree (lots of great absurd humor from the Clone High/Cloudy with Meatballs guys). Tatum's great, somehow (I never would have known). "You're reporting to Jump Street. 37 Jump Street! Wait, no, that doesn't sound right."
Rated 20 Jun 2012
70
50th
I couldn't believe I actually sat down to watch this movie, and then I couldn't believe that I actually laughed at it. Somehow it managed to be smartly written within the confines of a retarded studio comedy. The ceiling on these comedies is pretty low, though. I don't...get...Channing Tatum. I know that the females like him, but I detect zero on-screen charisma. I'd love someone to explain him as a phenomenon to me.
Rated 24 Jun 2012
7
57th
If you did not enjoy this, I suggest you see a shrink.
Rated 27 Jun 2012
58
61st
Hill's delivery is as annoying as a manic depressive UPS driver's fuzzy pink dice, burly Channing Tatum's biceps are as bursting as a loaf of ripe liverwurst, and Johnny Depp finds himself in his best role since the Cinnabon I ate last weekend at the mall. I'm not even going to try to make a mixed metaphor out of Ice Cube's straight-outta-Compton angry black police captain character.
Rated 03 Jul 2012
80
86th
Totes amazeballs fun. Hill and Tatum have a great chemistry and their characters are believable with good story arcs. The humour and pacing is spot on and the action superb.
Rated 05 Jul 2012
80
81st
This was fun!
Rated 09 Jul 2012
83
64th
Sloppy editing at times for such a big budget movie, and Franco's typecasting is wearing thin. An otherwise fun movie, with the first half definitely better than the second.
Rated 19 Jul 2012
85
94th
It has exactly the right number of winks and nods about itself. It was exactly what it should have been.
Rated 31 Jul 2012
78
74th
One of the funniest movies I've seen in a while. Tatum and Hill are a good match, and there's a lot of hilarious little moments to be found. I just about died at the "He busy with Korean shit!" line. Great parody of high school and cop buddy movies, and gets in some good jabs aimed at 80's remakes too. Best end credits ever too.
Rated 02 Sep 2012
57
52nd
Not an actually good movie by any means, but sheer verve of the writing (and a few very funny jokes) carry it through.
Rated 12 Sep 2013
82
79th
The Miller/Lord sensibility translates perfects to live action without losing a thing. There are visual gags in here (the highway chase sequence, obeying comedy's Rule of Three) that feel like a madcap cartoon, ripped straight out of Clone High. The cast is solid throughout: the young Franco acquits himself well, and Channing Tatum proves he's been miscast all along -- he's a born comedian with fantastic timing. The plot beats are predictable but the film is so surreally funny it doesn't matter.
Rated 30 May 2014
70
73rd
A remake making fun of remakes, but it's also a sequel! Lord and Miller are three for three on taking on movies that shouldn't exist and turning out something great. An excellent comedy with a great premise, but the (AP) chemistry between Hill and Tatum make these characters so much fun to watch that I'm now stoked for the sequel. "You just punched a small black gay kid in the face."
Rated 08 Aug 2018
9
95th
12 year old me thought this was the shit and 18 year old me thinks it's even better. 21 Jump Street was a surprise to most when it was released and a lot of that is due to Tatum and Hill, their chemistry is what carries this. The "story" is...whatever, but the jokes almost always hit, and the supporting characters played by Ice Cube, Dave Franco, and Brie Larson are all great. Also the little nod to the show at the end was pretty cool. One of my favorites for sure.
Rated 17 Mar 2012
70
54th
This is one of those, "this is stupid", "I'm leaving now", "why am I laughing" movies.
Rated 18 Mar 2012
84
63rd
Far sharper than it had any right to be, Hill and Tatum make for a surprisingly amusing comic duo
Rated 20 Mar 2012
84
68th
21 JUMP STREET may not capture all that is potentially comic about high school, but it offers more than enough humor of its own. Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill are the smug jock and awkward nerd turned policemen, sent back to school undercover; the roles fit them perfectly. With a great supporting cast (Rob Riggle, Ice Cube, Ellie Kemper), snappy writing, and exuberant direction, it provides the sort of pleasurable comic fecundity that a great sitcom can offer. And remember: "Fuck you, 'Glee'!"
Rated 24 Mar 2012
79
61st
Solid action comedy, reminded me of Pineapple Express. Some of the action scenes were a bit long, they kind of slowed the movie down. Comedy-wise though it was top notch. The cast is great. I don't really get the praise for Channing Tatum, he was alright, but Jonah Hill I thought was better. Dave Franco was great, he reminds me a lot of James. Awesome small roles by Ice Cube, Rob Riggle and Dax Flame. He's finally on the big screen, I hope he gets more roles because he was excellent in this.
Rated 06 Apr 2012
87
67th
If you need any indication of how awesome Chris Miller and Phil Lord are, I suggest you look up Clone High. Their great senses of humor transferred surprisingly well to live action with 21 Jump Street, and the film never drags. I'm still laughing over some things in this film (kudos to Depp for being an awesome sport with his hilarious cameo).
Rated 07 Apr 2012
68
55th
Pretty funny for what it is. I would watch it again sometime. Oh, and I don't get Channing Tatum. Don't get him.
Rated 13 Apr 2012
90
70th
Way better than I expected.
Rated 25 Apr 2012
85
52nd
I was expecting not to be blown away by this, but I absolutely loved it. I had constant laughs through out the whole thing and enjoyed the actors performances quite a bit. Good script,good actors,good laughs. I recommend.
Rated 30 Apr 2012
88
80th
Hilarious and well done. Ice Cube stole the show.
Rated 02 May 2012
50
41st
I didn't understand this movie's title and Ice Cube's appearance. It was weird hearing N.W.A.'s Straight Outta Compton and watching him in this. How people change. It became even more weird when Depp popped up. Did anybody even see the original series? I was so confused watching this.
Rated 03 May 2012
75
80th
It struggles a bit in the beginning (or I simply needed some time to pick up on its style and genre), but from then on it just gets better and better. I loved its use of self-awareness to make a remake/parody mixture instead of being just one of those and I enjoyed how the vast changes of High School since then force the two buddy cops into roles opposite their nature. It provides plenty of laughs - both crude and sophisticated; especially in their wanting-to-be-like-cops-in-movies chase scenes
Rated 14 May 2012
87
78th
One of the best comedy's i have seen in a long time. Really laughed out lout with the scene when they are under influence of the drugs. That was hilarious. However, sometimes a bit to lame, but the thanks to some really funny bits (drugs, carchase etc) it deserves some good points.
Rated 03 Jun 2012
81
75th
Very funny. I loved the Miranda jokes.
Rated 08 Jun 2012
50
40th
A lot of fun to begin with, but the film dries out toward the end, like the earth probably will( a reference to the new hip eco-culture)
Rated 10 Jun 2012
3
68th
Cool no-brainer and one of movies which actually deserves tag "teen comedy". Amazing how J.Hill and C.Tatum look stupid together. On side note, this could be peak of Ice Cube acting career.
Rated 10 Jun 2012
90
96th
Very funny movie.
Rated 13 Jun 2012
70
51st
Subverts plenty of high school comedy clichés and turns the film into something fresh, energetic and wholeheartedly fun.
Rated 14 Jun 2012
90
66th
Surprisingly great and without any major flaws. With Miller and Lord at the helm, what comes out is going to be good.
Rated 24 Jun 2012
83
58th
21 Jump Street is funny, it's entertaining. It has action, explosions, drama and a light hearted feel too it. Comedies don't get much better than this. The duo of Tatum and Hill worked perfectly. Dave Franco commanded the screen with the same on screen coolness his older brother James has. The entire cast proves to be of value. Great comedic fun, I certainly do recommend 21 Jump Street as a comedy. And one more thing, totally awesome Johnny Depp cameo. Very good addition to the film.
Rated 27 Jun 2012
63
71st
This was way better than I expected it to be. Overall a good comedy, with awesome chemistry between Hill and Tatum. I actually wouldn't mind seeing a sequel.
Rated 06 Jul 2012
75
79th
Starts of seeming like another dumb teen comedy, but quickly turns into a self-aware and surprisingly funny parody of Hollywood conventions - notably the overblown "drug horror" sequence and the protagonists' confusion when they find themselves in a high-school not populated by movie cliches. It even manages to poke fun at its own implausibility quite successfully. The 2 leads are a great comic pairing. Would have been an 80+ score if the final act had been as strong as the rest.
Rated 03 Aug 2012
7
61st
Stupid jokes and mindless action. It was exactly like every other shitty comedy of the past 5 years, except it was actually good.
Rated 03 Sep 2012
15
23rd
I'm getting really annoyed with all these movies that use "shit", "dick" and "motherfuckers" as part of the humor. I don't mind it once in a while, but seriously, to base your entire humor on that...
Rated 16 Sep 2012
65
46th
Hilarious with great undeniable chemistry between the two leads. Minus points, though, for the occasional over-reliance on homophobic dick jokes and for devolving into a generic action flick in its final third act.
Rated 24 Sep 2012
60
77th
Unexpectedly hilarious. The ending is kind of weak but it doesn't matter much by that point.
Rated 28 Sep 2012
83
84th
The plot may be milked from formula, but the ingredients consistently surprise. Just when I think I know what the filmmakers will do with the Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill characters, they invent something fresh, exciting, and consistently funny. The film is awfully foul, and I will admit that will turn off many an audience. But for the Superbad-initiated, this is a remake/franchise-starter worth getting behind.
Rated 06 Oct 2012
80
70th
Well they definitely don't waste any time getting into things. Within about five minutes, the two have already teamed up. But sometimes it's kind of cool for movies to do that; we know where we're going, why waste time? When Channing Tatum said "You want me to beat your dick off?", I almost died. There are really great moments and lines, and a splattering of sentimentality too. The movie delivers on what it promises on the surface, and that's about all it needs to do. Definitely worth seeing.
Rated 04 Jan 2013
88
57th
One of those movies that looks terrible but ends up being really good. Tatum and Hill are just awesome together and the movie is overall very funny. I've seen it more than once by now. It's well acted and sharply written. I look forward to more work from Phil Lord and Chris Miller.
Rated 15 Jan 2013
71
36th
Hill gets to be a nice, sweet, vulnerable comic actor in 21 Jump Street, while Tatum is surprisingly deft at being the straight man. So much is made of Tatum's good looks nowadays that it was unexpected to see him display some chops. He plays funny as if he doesn't know he's supposed to be funny, something a lot of supposedly comic actors could stand to take notes on. While there are a few more car-chases than I'd like, there's a nice sense of fun throughout the film.
Rated 17 Jan 2013
60
71st
Decent comedic spin-off of a series I've never seen, 21 Jump Street is a likeable, very self-aware comedy with plenty of winks toward the camera throughout. Okay, so many of the gags don't provide the pay-offs their set ups deserve and even some of the picks could've been delivered better but this flick definitely deserves an extra half-mark for effort. Ice Cube as an angry police captain and the fact Jonah Hill didn't irritate me for the second film in a row are added bonuses.
Rated 29 Jan 2013
45
34th
Starts OK but becomes a bit dull once the chase and action sequences take over.
Rated 16 Sep 2013
3
38th
I just want to focus on how freakishly similar Dave Franco looks and sounds to his brother. I mean I guess that's not really freaky but jesus I'd think they were twins if I didn't know better.
Rated 27 Sep 2013
89
92nd
I say this without shame: I haven't laughed this hard during a comedy in YEARS. Here's how to enjoy this movie...wait for a nothing-happening day, pretend it's not called "21 Jump Street" and just let it wash over you. Tatum and Hill have great comedic chemistry, James Franco's little brother plays a great shifty creep. I can't believe how much I loved this.
Rated 07 Feb 2014
85
85th
starts and ends hilarious! The typical story love/feud stuff that they throw in every movie gets in the way a little bit, but otherwise, very funny!
Rated 14 Mar 2014
75
59th
Very silly and very fun. I really enjoyed the satire and self-awareness.
Rated 22 Mar 2014
70
58th
This movie is at its best when it's meta, when it's making fun of everything it's doing, when nothing is taken seriously. When it's actually trying to be anything more than a fun comedy, however, is when this movie stumbles over its own tone. Overall though, this is a very entertaining and at times very hilarious movie.
Rated 18 Jun 2014
70
56th
An example of going "full retard" in comedy and succeeding. The original 21 jump street was tv fodder but bringing it back as tongue in cheek slapstick is brilliant. Jonah Hill and Tatum are goofy and amusing as the impaired dynamic duo. It's not so over the top that the jokes get tired.
Rated 31 Dec 2014
74
60th
Great pace of story, enough "laughed out loud" moments and chemistry between Hill and Tatum was awesome. Seriously havent expected I'd enjoy this movie so much :D
Rated 18 Sep 2018
81
61st
21 Jump Street is far more profane and modern than the show it took inspiration from. So it may deter fans of the original concept. That being said, this film is well cast and hilarious. It even manages to be well written enough to give depth to the characters. It's a surprising treat.
Rated 29 Apr 2020
73
40th
Miller and Lord's comedy style has always relied on subverting genre tropes, and they do it again this time with buddy cops and high school to a pretty decent success, but unlike some of their other works the comedy relies a little too much on toxic masculinity, homophobia and ablism. Still, I enjoyed, and the a lot of the humour is intelligent, observant and original. You could do worse with comedies.
Rated 07 Aug 2020
86
64th
I completely get why Channing Tatum, after reading the script, was like dude wtf bro why? I'm also very happy Jonah Hill convinced him 'Duuuude it'll be fuuuun!' Essentially a remake taken off the rails, full steam ahead.
Rated 06 Jul 2021
87
59th
21 jump street is the street where the street is
Rated 01 Mar 2023
50
36th
Just a meh comedy. I‘ll probably watch the sequel, but I’m in no hurry to.
Rated 15 Mar 2012
70
77th
21 Jump Street pretty much delivers on what you expect. It embraces how silly and stupid it is, makes fun of everyone (including itself), has some very funny jokes, and stays away from trying to gross us out. The actors are effective, the action is fairly enjoyable, and while it is slightly overlong, mostly in its second act, it stays moderately funny throughout with a few big laughs scattered every now and then. I had a surprisingly good time with this film, and you won't go wrong with this one
Rated 16 Mar 2012
74
45th
Good popcorn movie.
Rated 17 Mar 2012
90
91st
Gotta say I enjoyed the hell out of this. Sometimes it goes a little long without a decent joke. But they do a good job of scattering good jokes throughout the whole thing for the most part, with some amazing laughs. Really it's worth seeing just for the drug freakout scene, which reminded me of Keyboard Drumset Fucking Werewolf (to those indie game fans out there) in tone. Fuck Yeah Motherfucker!
Rated 17 Mar 2012
81
82nd
It surprised me. Very funny and honest comedy that has a sense of humor about itself. Channing Tatum isn't half bad, either.
Rated 18 Mar 2012
100
51st
really funny 10 out of 10
Rated 18 Mar 2012
30
78th
"Like many almost-great comedies, 21 Jump Street is frontloaded with the best go-for-broke gags and lines." - Jaime N. Christley
Rated 19 Mar 2012
60
50th
Surprisingly funny
Rated 20 Mar 2012
90
92nd
Channing Tatum is just about the perfect package. (huh)
Rated 23 Mar 2012
95
96th
A hilarious and endearing deconstruction not only of genre, but of high school culture, pitting old stereotypes against the new and subverting expectations all over the place. It manages to be nostalgic while bringing something new to the table. My only gripe is that the reveal of the villain isn't particularly earned or satisfying. Also, best use of Channing Tatum's talents by far.
Rated 24 Mar 2012
83
75th
A bit of a powerhouse. It manages to parody remakes, action movies, and it's own source material while making keen observations on high school and popularity, and it provides a believable, touching, and fun screen friendship -- and it does it almost perfectly. Not to mention it's funny as hell. There are moments of bad acting or sloppy writing, but it's all from short expository scenes, and in a couple seconds you're laughing again. A truly great modern comedy.
Rated 26 Mar 2012
80
37th
One of those films that has me rocking back and forth in my seat with uncontrollable laughter. This thing just has so many great set-ups, so many awesome lines. Plus, Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are a great team. Like everybody else I wrote Tatum off but I liked him in this movie a lot. There are also a lot of great smaller parts by Ice Cube, Chris Parnell (Dr. Spaceman as a drama teacher) and Ellie Kemper. I'm sick of Rob Riggle, though.
Rated 26 Mar 2012
81
82nd
This is a really fun film that helps spoof the buddy cop genre. The two leads have good chemistry together and there are several funny supporting performances. I never watched the original television show. There are also several funny surprises in the script.
Rated 30 Mar 2012
85
82nd
I didn't understand the draw of '21 Jump Street' as a TV show. This made me look forward to '21 Jump Street' as a film as much as I would for 'Blossom: The Movie' - which is to say, not at all. When I saw the cast for the film, I immediately thought it would play like 'Starsky & Hutch', which was okay at best. Instead, I was treated to one of the funniest movies I've seen in years. The self-awareness allows it not to take itself too seriously, yet it still embraces every corny aspect it insults.
Rated 04 Apr 2012
80
64th
Movies written by writers as young as Jonah Hill should not be this satirical and self-aware. He's got a real future in writing methinks.
Rated 06 Apr 2012
83
92nd
A brilliantly funny film carried by terrific performances from Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum. It has the right mix of energy, heart and raunch.
Rated 10 Apr 2012
80
33rd
Had a great laugh, but it's not Hot Fuzz.
Rated 13 Apr 2012
80
65th
i want to be a cop so i liked this movie and all the funny references to being a cop and all
Rated 19 Apr 2012
75
83rd
Genuinely the best produced comedy since The Hangover, 21 Jump Street wins with engaging characters, a witty and taut script, and wonderful direction from Miller and Lord. The film doesn't just cash in from one style as it incorporates equal parts raunch, parody, situational comedy, and self-awareness (particularly in the conclusions of each act).
Rated 21 Apr 2012
90
84th
Damn good, damn funny, and damned entertaining. Damn.
Rated 23 Apr 2012
70
67th
Right now it stands as an good hangover-movie, but I wouldn't be surprised if it won upon further viewing, because it had an Anchorman quatability to it.
Rated 24 Apr 2012
85
73rd
21 Jump Street painfully squeezes American cultural, liberal pimple but to the limit, which definitely new for the genre. Tatum and Hill duet looks very nice. Assume they are preparing for the second part. Hope it will not be total fuck up.
Rated 30 Apr 2012
64
37th
The best part was this little self-aware joke at the beginning. "The guys in charge of this really aren't very creative, so they're just recycling shit from the 80s to see if it works"
Rated 01 May 2012
60
41st
Maybe I expected too much out of this given the generally positive reception. Ice Cube didn't really work for me, and this type of overt wink-wink self-awareness can be funny but it can also be quite annoying. That said, I always enjoy this type of movie unless it's really bad, and this is decent and had some really funny bits. Disappointment, but still a good time.
Rated 03 May 2012
85
86th
The buddy cop/high school comedy genres aren't going to be evolved by leaps and bounds by this, but it certainly knows how to poke fun at all the well known cliches. The two leads have excellent chemistry when they're together onscreen, even if I could have done without the forced teen romance on Hill's part.

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