🎦 21 Jump Street full movie HD download (Phil Lord, Chris Miller) - Crime, Action, Comedy. 🎬
21 Jump Street
Crime, Action, Comedy
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Phil Lord, Chris Miller
Jonah Hill as Schmidt
Dax Flame as Zack
Nick Offerman as Deputy Chief Hardy
Ellie Kemper as Ms. Griggs
Jake M. Johnson as Principal Dadier
Holly Robinson Peete as Officer Judy Hoffs
Rob Riggle as Mr. Walters
Brie Larson as Molly Tracey
Chris Parnell as Mr. Gordon
Ice Cube as Captain Dickson
DeRay Davis as Domingo
Dave Franco as Eric Molson
Storyline: In high school, Schmidt ( ) was a dork and Jenko ( ) was the popular jock. After graduation, both of them joined the police force and ended up as partners riding bicycles in the city park. Since they are young and look like high school students, they are assigned to an undercover unit to infiltrate a drug ring that is supplying high school students synthetic drugs.
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An unexpectedly excellent comedy
Even though it was very popular in the '80s, I don't have any affection for the TV series 21 Jump Street. I simply know it as the project which made Johnny Depp and Richard Grieco famous (well, the term "fame" is very relative in the second case), so I went to watch the film adaptation 21 Jump Street with absolutely neutral expectations. However, to my huge surprise, this ended up being a hilarious comedy with a simultaneously simple and intelligent screenplay, and which also changed my opinion about an actor I previously couldn't swallow.

To start with, we have the perfect chemistry between Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum, who make their likable "bromance" totally credible. Besides, they both bring a lot of enthusiasm to their performances. Hill had already proved the fact that he's a good actor; but the true revelation of this film is Tatum, who had deeply displeased me in the other movies I saw him in with his inexpressive face and bland presence. However, he takes absolute possession of his character in 21 Jump Street, and he made me laugh with quite a frequency in this comedy. And during the brief emotive moments from the film, I found him sincere. I'm truly surprised by the work he made in here.

Another big pro from 21 Jump Street is the screenplay. Instead of taking itself seriously, like other films based on TV series did, the film doesn't loose the opportunity to laugh at its TV origin, at the clichés which infest the cop cinema, and at the common stereotypes from juvenile comedies. Besides, it perfectly develops the main characters and the evolution of their dynamic. What is more, Hill and Tatum had the support of an excellent ensemble of comedians in supporting roles who make even the most irrelevant character memorable; among them, I can mention Ellie Kemper, Dave Franco, Rob Riggle, Chris Parnell and the great Nick Offerman.

The only thing I can say against 21 Jump Street is that it looses a little bit of cohesion near the ending. Nevertheless, I had a great time while watching this film, and I enthusiastically recommend it as an excellent comedy with a cynical and acid screenplay which constantly made me laugh.
21 junk street
An honest review. I can't understand why there are certain people who constantly hype this movie on the IMDb and criticise other better movies. I guess they must be paid to do so. Certainly seems plausible since I've now watched this crapfest. How bad is it? Do you remember the abysmal Ben Stiller butchering of Starsky and Hutch from a while back. 21 Jump Street is worse than that. Hardly surprising given that it stars Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum. I've only seen Tatum in one movie before and he was a wooden, dull, boring plank in that. He's no better in this. As a leading man he's even more of a charisma vacuum than Chris O'Donnell.

Still at least he's better than Jonah Hill. Superbad wasn't just the title of his breakthrough movie its a description of his entire career.

He's been doing the same schtick in everything he does and if it was rubbish the first time it stinks like month old festering garbage now.

To make it clear I'm a fan of gross out stupid comedy but not when its as stupid and badly-acted as this. Don't pay to see this. The good reviews are fake. You'll thank me for the warning.
Could have been a lot worse
A better film than I thought it would be. I had never seen the television show upon which it is (loosely) based, so I had no biases or expectations springing from that. Jonah Hill has some real talent hiding behind the foul language and gross-out gags. I had never seen anything with Channing Tatum, so I do not know if his super low-key approach is the part or the actor. The pair have reasonably good chemistry together. The main hook appears to be how the two have reversed roles from their actual high school days, to their undercover assignment, and both seem to realize the emptiness and limitations of the other. And kudos to Brie Larson who looked great and nailed her role.
21 Fun Street
"21 Jump Street" is an American 105-minute film from 2012, so it will have its 5th anniversary next year. The directors are Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, not yet Emmy nominees at that time and the writer is Michael Bacall. He collaborated on the screenplay with Oscar nominee Jonah Hill and Hill is of course also a lead actor here. His co-lead is Channing Tatum and if you hear "21 Jump Street", then maybe you will think of the Johnny Depp television show right away. Depp is also one of the stars of the original series, who have a brief cameo in here. But back to the protagonists. We have Schmidt and Jenko who went to school together and one of them was the kid nobody liked and the other the kid everybody liked. And even if they weren't friends at all, they ended up as colleague in the same profession. They work as police officers and the time they spent together turned them into friends over the years. But sadly, they are as incompetent as it gets. This incompetence (and their youthful) resulted in them being transferred to another department where they are instructed to go undercover after a student dies from a new drug. They pose as students for pretty much the entire film afterward and not only their friendship is tested, but also their (in)competence.

I think this was a pretty decent watch. Most of the comedy worked well just like the character relationships and also the moments of drama, which weren't that serious admittedly. It's all about the comedy and the protagonists' relationship. Dave Franco (James' brother) and Oscar winner Brie Larson play major parts as well as students going to high school with our two heroes. Nick Offerman (P&R) and Jake Johnson (New Girl) give one scene performances while Ice Cube shows up more frequently as the guy (pissed at) being in charge of the two chaotic guys. But in the end all turns out well. This is not a film you would watch if you are in for some realistic and convincing story or some great depth, but if you are just in the mood for a fairly pointless, but fun little movie. Hill and Tatum do what they have to do and I can see how the film received good reactions by most audiences. It was successful enough for a(n equally appreciated) sequel that came out two years later and maybe there will even be a third movie at some point. I personally would not say that I liked this movie enough to immediately want to see the second, but I still give it a thumbs-up and recommend the watch. Finally, I want to tell you guys about one of my favorite scenes that showed how the film is pretty classy. In a more serious moment, Hill's character asks Tatum's that things will not again be the way they were back then and everybody would expect things to actually become that way indeed, but the filmmakers took the creative path of making Hill's character the way Tatum's was back then and the other way around. It is truly a well-crafted film and you should see it. Very entertaining and this means something coming from somebody like myself who definitely isn't the greatest Jonah Hill fan.
An Honest Review
Have you seen it? No? There is likely a very good reason for that...it stinks.

Like nearly ALL the endless remakes and reboots that have been plaguing movie goers for the past decade or so....all this is, is a heartless version of the original.

It has no heart.

It has no soul.

It is a retelling of a film that we all love and cherish...and it adds nothing to the story. It improves nothing but the special effects--which held up very well over time--and in some cases belittles the fans of the original...particularly in the fact that they remade the movie at all, without adding anything clever to it.

Like so many other remakes it is a hallow shell of the original.
One of the best action-comedy movies of the last decade
Action and humor are not stuck on the street during the movie 21 Jump Street; they jump off the screen and come alive for millions to see. Jenko, an athletic, seemingly unintelligent police officer played by actor Channing Tatum, and Schmidt, a brainy, socially awkward policeman played by actor Jonah Hill, must relive their traumatic high school pasts as part of the revived Jump Street unit. As members in the unit, they must go undercover together as high school students in order to stop the spread of a brand new synthetic drug. The carefully balanced action and comedic moments, brought alive by the radiating chemistry between actors Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill, combine with an underlying layer of friendship and brotherhood to help mold 21 Jump Street into one of the best action-comedy movies of the last decade.

The tight-rope balancing act between action and comedy is well executed in the film. The directing and production team throws unexpected moments into the action scenes, such as nothing seemingly being able to blow up during the car chase scenes when one would normally expect it to, in order to keep the viewers guessing. When the action starts feeling unoriginal, the script interjects a shot of original humor to capture the audience once again. The writers' lack of fear in using supporting characters to point out unrealistic lapses of realism in their own plot, like Tatum and Hill actually being able to pass as high school students, provides some of these consistent jolts of comedic originality. Likewise, the camera focuses on one of Hill's many brilliant facial expressions—such as the one he has when he realizes he has to take the very drug he is trying to rid the school of—to physically show comedy rather than say it through dialogue. This visual comedy effectively balances instances when the film becomes too action heavy.

Hill and Tatum's ability to quickly bounce jokes off of one another ensures that no scene is wasted. Situations where the two actors are able to have their characters finish each other's sentences—like when Jenko is talking to the motorcycle gang at the start of the film and Schmidt picks up right where he leaves off without any interruption—captures the way everything flows when Hill and Tatum are on screen together. This special quality to 21 Jump Street leaves the audience wanting more witty back-and- forth dialogue out of the two actors, creating a similar effect as the smooth, buttery taste of one kernel of popcorn leaving people wanting more.

Laying underneath the main element of comedy that is prevalent in the film is the development of friendship and brotherhood that builds as the movie goes on. While Jenko and Schmidt seem like they will have trouble simply being fake brothers in their undercover unit, the writers succeed in developing the characters to the point where Jenko selflessly is willing to take a bullet for Schmidt and Jenko is able to trust in Schmidt's shooting ability to get them out of a potential jam. This layer displays the writers' ability to craft a well-rounded, well-developed film where the two are able to call each other a true friend and brother outside of the operation.

Besides delivering action-comedy gold, 21 Jump Street displays an interesting dynamic between two people with polar opposite looks. Sometimes the vibe of society today tells us to quickly write someone off solely based on their outer appearance. This film shows that two people like Jenko and Schmidt who initially seem like they will never click or gel can turn out to have more in common with each other than they have with anyone else. 21 Jump Street showcases the importance of not being too quick to judge a person based on their appearance. After all, you never know who you will form that sibling-like bond with in the end.
Seriously NOT 21 JUMP STREET
I watched the REAL 21 Jump Street and this is no where close to being called the same thing. 21 Jump Street was clean for teenagers to watch. It gave good advice to kids. It brought up subjects that kids dealt with. They did blow up cars or destroy a city. This should not have been called 21 Jump Street. Another thing mostly everyone in the REAL 21 Jump Street looked sexy and young. Neither the two guys in this show even looked their age. They both looked fat, ugly, annoying and pathetic. Also Hanson and Duggy would not have been killed at the end of the movie. They wouldn't have been that pathetic to look away while apprehending criminals. I think if someone stupid says this is good they need to go back and watch the REAL 21 Jump Street then can talk. Hanson and Duggy brought down kids in school with class and dignity not destruction and degrading ways. Why must they say the F word thru the entire movie, every second. I mean come on. This could have been a better movie if they had actually watched 21 Jumpstreet. Also those kids they had in school does not fit how kids are now. Kids are not into the tree hugging crap or two straps. Nah I'm sorry this movie was a HUGE disappointment to society. Don't WATCH
Precursor: I just moved back into town two days ago and had made plans to see one of my old friends tonight. I did not want to see this movie, and wouldn't have under any other circumstances but my friend really wanted to and the tickets were free so I went.

Review itself: This is of no disrespect to Jonah Hill, his fashion of humor or his fans at all, but I, personally have grown tired of what seems to now be a plethora of wanna be Hangover and Superbad's. (The success of Project X seriously worries me...). Anyways, having that mind set approaching tonight and considering the fact I didn't laugh once during the 21 JS trailer, green or red band... I really wasn't expecting all that much out of the experience aside from leaving the house and catching up with a buddy.

But damn.

I honestly thought this movie was great. Yes, there were parts I wasn't fond of... a bit of the dialogue seemed to me to be vulgar strictly for the sake of being vulgar... there was the usual expected Jonah Hill trademarked myriad of penis jokes and one extremely unnecessary shock gag but the majority of the movie was, to me, surprisingly satirical/smart/relevant in today's society, self-aware, and situationally hilarious. Even the dumbest and most profane of this movie's jokes and clichés seemed to know that they were such and were given the proper comedic build up/context to at least warrant a chuckle. This movie had some surprisingly clever dialogue throughout and some of the best supporting characters I've seen in recent comedies (Ice Cube, The Principal, etc..) What really stood out to me though was the editing. 21 Jump Street features some of the most awkwardly humorous camera shot transitions, scene changes and music integration. Despite it's faults, I found this to be a damn hard movie to hate, and would recommend it to anyone looking for a fun weekend movie.

All in all... genuine, clever, vulgar yet respectable comedy with some heart.

IMO a very good career move for both Hill and Tatum.

Stoked for the sequel.
A fantastic comedy that is pretty unique
Having already seen 22 jump Street and really enjoying it I have now seen 21 jump Street and I think it is even better. The premise of this film sees 2 underachieving cops and sent back to high school undercover to get rid of a deadly drug. Jonah hill is known as a comedic actor and he is great in this movie. His character is really different to most things he does and it ends up being really funny. But the real surprise in this film has to be Channing Tatum. Before these jump Street films I never knew how good or funny this guy was but he is fantastic in this movie and is also really funny. I liked the unique directions his character took and it helps that his chemistry with hill is amazing. Jonah hills love interest was good in the movie and was more then just a simple character and was actually believable in the film. Dave franco was also pretty good and had some funny moments too. Ice cube is the police captain and he was really funny in the film. I really enjoyed every scene he has in this film. Now the story of the them going back to high school was great and I liked how as time passes things change with stereotypes and they played on that in this movie. The only negative is that towards the end there is a villain reveal and it comes across as unnecessary and easy to predict but that is really my only negative with the film. The script is one of the best in recent memory. They totally make fun of themselves and say what the audiences think about reboots and the films premise. All the films jokes hit me and all the dramatic scenes really worked too. The style was great in this film. The action scenes were well done and also stayed in touch with the tone of the film which is important. Overall this is a fantastic comedy that everyone should see.
Proof that the popular kid at school isn't always based on substance
(43%) I know next to nothing of the TV show, but that said I still find it hard to even somewhat understand the massive amounts of glowing reviews, and vast popularity this movie has. There's a knowing eye to some of its more ludicrous situations, yet there's clichés abound from both its high school comedy and buddy cop premise, resulting in a movie that feels like two movies I've already seen before only done better rather than just one. This isn't terrible though, as there are a few amusing parts, and the two leads are likable, but it still misses the mark more times than it hits, and the Starsky and Hutch movie was funnier, more enjoyable and better.
📹 21 Jump Street full movie HD download 2012 - Jonah Hill, Dax Flame, Nick Offerman , Ellie Kemper, Jake M. Johnson, Holly Robinson Peete, Johnny Pemberton, Rob Riggle, Brie Larson, Channing Tatum, Chris Parnell, Ice Cube, DeRay Davis, Dave Franco, Stanley Wong - USA. 📀