jump street

jump (street)

n. the beginning; the start (of something). (Prisons and streets.) Way back at jump street, I spotted you as a troublemaker.
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Lord and Miller, helmers of 'The Lego Movie' and '21 Jump Street' and its sequel '22 Jump Street,' signed on to direct the 'Star Wars' stand-alone in July 2015.
The second film "22 Jump Street," which had a production budget of $50 million, earned $331.
Before Ehrenreich came onstage, Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, the directing duo (21 Jump Street, The Lego Movie, Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs) of the upcoming film, provided some background.
The range comprising, 21 Jump Street, NYPD Blue, Hill Street Blues and various different H&I action oriented tv shows are showcased at 370.
Brendan Fraser in Inkheart 21 JUMP STREET (Wednesday, ITV2, 9pm) MORTON SCHMIDT (Jonah Hill) and Greg Jenko (Channing Tatum) enrol at police academy and work together to ensure they complete the final exam.
2 21 JUMP STREET (2012) PROVED he was a comedy natural when he joined Jonah Hill for the laugh-out-loud movie about two mismatched cops forced to go undercover together.
21 JUMP STREET 5* 9PM Inspired by a 1980s TV series starring Johnny Depp - little seen in the UK - this puerile but fun comedy sees cops Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum sent undercover into an American high school to bring down a dealer in synthetic drugs.
With a knowing wink and a profusion of expletives, 22 Jump Street abides by the conventions of a sequel and condemns its dim-witted yet loveable protagonists to relive the plot of the original on a vastly inflated budget.
22 JUMP STREET (15) OFFICERS Schmidt (Jonah Hill) and Jenko (Channing Tatum) investigate criminal mastermind The Ghost (Peter Stormare) and continue to be a liability to the public and each other.
With a knowing wink and a profusion of expletives, 22 Jump Street has its dim-witted yet loveable protagonists relive the plot of the original on a vastly inflated budget.
Most of the (many) rave reviews for 22 Jump Street include some variation on 'I laughed till it hurt' or, to quote Peter Bradshaw in The Guardian, "[I felt] guilty for laughing quite so much".
22 Jump Street is cool about the way it refuses to take itself seriously, peddling a peculiar mix of slapstick and wit.
Things are always worse the second time around, the deputy police chief warns the buddy-cop team of Jenko and Schmidt in "22 Jump Street.
Hill and Tatum were great in 2012's 21 Jump Street, playing a pair of inept cops trying to break a drug ring by pretending to be highschool students.