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The television series that shot Johnny Depp to stardom makes the leap to the big screen in this reboot starring Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum. Schmidt (Hill) and Jenko (Tatum) have the kind of faces that could let them pass for teenagers. Eager to prove themselves as effective policemen, the pair join the Jump Street program and go undercover to investigate a high-school drug ring. Now, the only thing more daunting than the prospect of taking on violent adolescent dope slingers is the possibility of experiencing the torture of their teenage years all over again. Ice Cube, Brie Larson, and Rob Riggle co-star.
Stephen J. Cannell - Writer/Producer
Neal H. Moritz - Producer/"Juice"
Neal Moritz - Producer/"Juice"
Jonah Hill - Actor, ACCEPTED (2006)
Channing Tatum - Actor, SUPERCROSS: THE MOVIE (2005)
Ice Cube - Rapper, Actor, Director
O'Shea Jackson - Rapper, Actor, Director
Brie Larson - Actor, SLEEPOVER (2004)
Rob Riggle - Actor, Blackballed: The Bobby Dukes Story (2006)
De Ray Davis - American Comedian
DeRay Davis - American Comedian
Johnny Simmons - Actor
Phil Lord - Writer/director
Christopher Miller - Screenwriter; Director
3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]his mix of buddy-buddy cop movie and high-school comedy is surprisingly fun-packed from start to finish." - 04/01/2012 Total Film
"[T]he movie morphs into an action comedy with a tonal complexity that marks it as a very contemporary creative project....21 JUMP STREET is a riot of risks that pay off, the biggest of which might be handing Tatum funny business." -- Grade: A- - 03/23/2012 Entertainment Weekly
3 stars out of 4 -- "[O]ne of the pleasures of 21 JUMP STREET is that the screenplay by Michael Bacall and Jonah Hill is happy to point out all of its improbabilities; the premise is preposterous to begin with, and they run with that." - 03/14/2012 Chicago Sun-Times
"[C]heerfully chaotic, gleefully vulgar....The most agreeable parts turn on the unlikely affection that grows between Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum as screw-up cops and reluctant buddies..." - 03/15/2012 Wall Street Journal
"[The film has] an endearing, punch-you-in-the-arm-because-I-like-you-man charm." - 03/16/2012 Los Angeles Times
"[Tatum] has the kind of comic timing thats deceptively laid-back and sharp at the same time." - 03/15/2012 Movieline
4.5 out of 5 -- "Jonah Hill is masterful at delivering absurd stories with so much sweetness, the nonsense can't even get in the way. If you loved SUPERBAD...this could be your new favorite movie." - 03/09/2012 Box Office
"21 JUMP STREET is an example of how formula-driven entertainment can succeed....silly, spirited and, yes, smart enough to work." - 03/16/2012 New York Times
3 stars out of 4 -- "[W]ith a fresh script, flip humor and inspired casting....It's that rare comedy that's funny throughout, with a hilarious story that hinges on the unlikely pairing of Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum..." - 03/16/2012 USA Today
"Hill is in fine form....Its Tatum, an introspective actor not thought of as an exuberant funnyman, who rises to the occasion with a loose, mischievous performance..." - 03/05/2012 Hollywood Reporter
"[T]here's enough disposable fun to be had in a script that relishes every chance to prove it's not trying too hard..." - 04/01/2012 Sight and Sound
3 stars out of 4 -- "This bracing new take on 21 JUMP STREET has a playful spark all its own. It's a blast." - 03/29/2012 Rolling Stone