21 Jump Street details
|Formats:||15 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Channing Tatum, Jonah Hill, Brie Larson, Dave Franco, Rob Riggle, Ice Cube|
|Directors:||Christopher Miller, Phil Lord|
|Collections:||Most Popular Films|
21 Jump Street
|Run time:||1 hour 49 minutes|
|Rental release:||06 Aug 2012|
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1 Hour and 50 Minutes of laughter!By rav82 (6 reviews) , 12 Mar 2012
[Highly rated reviewer]Hilarious!
Starts and of your typical american teen high school morals of the story but the journey to get there is a great story of friendship and laughter!
Loads of 21st century updates to original Johnny Depp 21 Jump Street series, and the character played by Channing Tatum is stop on!
Great movie with get the pizza's in and get friends round to watch together!
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Great filmBy a customer , 10 Nov 2013Great fun . Really funny. Don't bother if you can't stand bad language though !!!!!!! Look out for the surprise cameo part.
Over ratedBy yanbart (135 reviews) , 07 Nov 2013It started off very funny but then it went downhill for me, yet another over rated film in my opinion...
not bad, could have been betterBy Fr4nch3sk4 (34 reviews) from Derby , 23 Oct 2013Fist of all it has Channing Tatum, so that is a good start. Had laughs throughout. But, I think I'm more excited up the follow up than I was watching this film. I think because it was set in a high school it was a bit restricted on what it could do. The next one is based at a college so should have bigger laughs.
unexpectedly funnyBy yummmummy (2 reviews) , 13 Oct 2013I wasnt expecting it to be so funny but it was fab. would defo watch again. channing tatum has done a few roles now and this is the first comedy that i recall. Jonah hill is also funny and it all reminds you of when you were at high school which ever country you lived in. A lot of typical mikey taking out of the characters but in a light sense.
Typical Teen ComedyBy a customer , 08 Oct 2013This is the sort of film that I would have really enjoyed at age 15. It's a typical teen comedy with all the loudness and rudeness and toilet humour that comes with. If that's your thing then definitely watch it, if not, perhaps avoid for a different style of comedy.