Three sentence movie reviews: 22 Jump Street

The chuckling continues in this continuation of the sequel to the remake of the 80s television franchise.*  Hill and Tatum provide similar-type laughs with Hill cracking me up when he realizes the unfortunate family connection of a romantic interest.  However, the actress Jillian Bell stole every scene she was in, and had me gasping with laughter at one point, making her the find of the movie.

Cost: $2.00 (due to gift card being exhausted, leaving me with a small balance**)
Where watched: Regal Lloyd 10.

poster from: http://www.impawards.com/2014/twenty_two_jump_street.html

*The credits are very funny to and seem to indicate this is the end of the road for this particular incarnation of the franchise.
**However, I did pay something like $4.50 for a small popcorn which I managed to spill twice before I began eating it.  Aside from being a slob, looking at $2.00 worth of popcorn sitting on the theater floor is no fun.

2 thoughts on “Three sentence movie reviews: 22 Jump Street”

  1. I took myself to see the first one as a "I need some time alone and I need a good laugh" treat. Everyone kept saying how funny it was, but I was only mildly amused at best. So I doubt I'll see this one. I'm glad you had a good time though. I'm sorry about the popcorn. That's a total bummer.

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