21 Jump Street

21 Jump Street
21 Jump Street




105 minutes


Action and Adventure, Comedy, Crime



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Every buddy cop cliché is expertly played for laughs in this crowd-pleasing remake of the 1980s TV show that launched Johnny Depp's career. While trainee police officer Schmidt is brainy but physically weak, fellow rookie Jenko is dumb and built like a superhero. The two soon team up to balance out each other’s weaknesses and an unlikely bromance is born. Out in the big bad world, the fresh-faced graduates are ordered to go undercover in a local high school. The goal is to find a new and dangerous drug but the entertaining premise sets up an equally intriguing challenge - can the duo overcome the demands and anxieties of being teenagers all over again?

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Contains strong language, sex references, violence and drug use.

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