Ice Cube's decreasingly-youthful undercover team is back, now in 22 Jump Street, because the Koreans bought back their church across the street at 21 (their explanation, not mine). The plot has likewise not migrated very far from its origins: now Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are tracking down the source of some little drug baggies being passed around college, meaning a slightly more mature adventure in Solo cup-based partying. And while everything also still looks shockingly enjoyable for being a sequel to a comedy based on an '80s television series, not everything is quite the same. As college is a time for experimentation and finding oneself sexually, now Rob Riggle has a vagina.
Lending some credibility to the '80s television show remake movie genre--a genre that should neither be a genre nor associated with credibility--the R-rated trailer for 21 Jump Street has appeared on Facebook, and it looks like it could be alright in spite of its shared heritag... / Continue →
With the first wave of 21 Jump Street reviews coming through this week as surprisingly-emphatic endorsements, the comedy remake today takes a victory lap with this nearly five-minute-long, R-rated trailer that proudly boasts, "Yes, there is a drug sequence in which Rob Riggle's... / Continue →
On the surface, it would seem the Wachowskis haven't strayed very far since their last feature effort, Cloud Atlas. Though you won't see such sundry Hanks here, with Jupiter Ascending, the filmmaking duo seems to have again taken an epic plot of human destinies, painted it in o... / Continue →