22 Jump Street
After making their way through high school (twice), big changes are in store for officers Schmidt and Jenko when they go deep undercover at a local college. But when Jenko meets a kindred spirit on the football team, and Schmidt infiltrates the bohemian art major scene, they begin to question their partnership. Now they don't have to just crack the case - they have to figure out if they can have a mature relationship. If these two overgrown adolescents can grow from freshmen into real men, college might be the best thing that ever happened to them.
- Category:Action, Comedy, Crime
- Stars:Channing Tatum, Seth Rogen, Anna Faris, Nick Offerman, Jonah Hill, Ice Cube,
- Director:Phil Lord, Christopher Miller,
- Writer:Michael Bacall (screenplay), Oren Uziel (screenplay), Rodney Rothman (screenplay), Michael Bacall (story), Jonah Hill (story), Patrick Hasburgh (telev
22 Jump Street talks about 2 awkward policemen Schmidt and Jenko. After bearking the drug trading network in a high school, they have oppurtunity to work undercover at a local college. However, Jenko realizes that he really likes being a football player while Schmidt is sunk in the life as an art student. Now, they not only solve the case but they also find they way to cooperate effectively. How will they do? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
22 Jump Street torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: It's so weird! I was close to turning it off but I gave it a chance, and it pulls you into its weirdness. What's so weird, Is it the tone? Where is it going? What is this?
(mx) wrote: I say this and wow....
(ag) wrote: Funny in a very strange and disturbing way.
(kr) wrote: Why don't you Staaay just a little bit longer...--Much in the way of Memento and the machinist this movie was a provocative mind twister... Dazzlingly good, but not intended for the Dim Witted!!
(gb) wrote: Fairly sexy much not much more apart from pretentious nonsense
(nl) wrote: A Tarantino-esque film, I love it
(fr) wrote: Director and legendary writer John Hughes might not be recognized by mass audiences for the projects he's made, but movie buffs and critics alike most certainly remember him well. Films like: Planes, Trains & Automobiles, Pretty in Pink, Home Alone, almost all the National Lampoon films, and The Breakfast Club. That and so many are just some of the films he's wrote/directed for that have not only have been home names today but also resonated with a lot of people growing up in the mid 70's and 80's. And while he sadly took a dark path of terrible films to follow afterwards, i thought it be best to look at his more famous film to date: " Ferris Bueller's Day Off." Yet another film along with countless other well know films that i haven't gotten to see till now. And, a bit to my surprise, i was luck enough to enjoy the film for what it was: Classic 80's being young and enjoying life. Basically John Hughes being John Hughes. And yes while i did kind of mind some of the uncanny coincidences that did occur here and there and the already overused story line that countless other films payed homage to, these are just VERY cynical nitpicks that overall don't break the film at all. Because like i said, i was able to enjoy the premise a lot to just sit back and just enjoy John Hughes doing his thing. Great things such as: A very well done and surprisingly charismatic performance by the young Matthew Broderick before doing Godzilla 98 (yeah him in that was....awful.), a very simple but yet entertaining premise, good performances overall from the whole cast, great jokes both from the slapstick and constant fourth wall breaking, and was overall just a fun film to enjoy. And yes it is great, but the film then gives me a sense of sadness as to how John Hughes goes from making cult-classics for over 20 years and before passing made....Flubber and Baby's Day Out. *Sigh* Who knows for sure. Still a great film though.
(fr) wrote: Good movie but not necessarily memorable.
(gb) wrote: Best Movie I ever seen after Life Is Beautiful
(ru) wrote: Perfect representation of the show, all the characters get time to shine, and the humor is spot on.