'21 Jumpstreet'ers Jonah Hill And Channing Tatum Back For '22 Jumpstreet'

If their headquarters didn't move across the street, then this title makes no sense. 22 Jumpstreet is coming our way, and, like its predecessor, it will put two extremely old undercover men in high school. They're sticking pretty close to the formula of the first one, which makes sense, considering their job is to go into high schools (well, college, in this one) and arrest people. But making sense doesn't mean the premise might not get a little old this time around. However, if they're able to get the same types of laughs from this one as they were from the first (specifically, the guy who gets his dick shot off then has to pick it up with his own mouth), then all will be forgiven.

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