Rating: 6 out of 10
A comedy movie and I don’t like lame jokes. The movie’s plot was simple. There are these two weird cops, whom are completely opposite to each other. One cop was played by Channing Tatum and the other was, I don’t know. Ok, both graduated at the degree of criminology at college. They worked together at the lowest rank of cops could get. Things suddenly changed when they fuck things with this gang of drug dealers, pushers or users, whatever you call them.
The two screwed their job and was punished by letting them do an undercover assignment. They were ordered to be a high school student and find the dealer of drugs in the school their going. During the process of convincing everyone that their really high school students, a lot of things happen. These includes flirting with a hot high school girl, being flirted by a school teacher, acting as Peter Pan, carrying a Pinata, taking drugs, hurting each other, doing a dog style position, screwing a house, watching threesome sex, breaking a precious glass and to end this nonsense trail of thoughts is that the two fight each other and ended up jobless.
The movie is ok for me. I forgot by the way to mention the part when they mock the Korean’s God. The movie is funny but the ending is lame. Shooting scenes are pathetic plus Johny Deep’s appearance was indeed funny and awkward. The movie enabled me to laugh but it also enabled me to sleep. Jump Street 21 is indeed a chemistry class of exploding wine battles.