Holy hell this clip from the upcoming 22 Jump Street had me rolling! Check it out as Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum go undercover as a couple hardcore “vatos” and try to score a look at some product. This movie is shaping up to be just as good if not better than 21 Jump Street, and I cant wait. You can listen to our review of 21 Jump Street here, we actually gave our review of this movie while we were in Austin TX at SXSW in 2012, so if its a little loud in the background, deal with it! Check out the clip below –
Its a good week for new movie trailers! But I don’t know if they get any better than this. 21 Jump Street was a pleasant return to some good ol’ laugh out loud comedy done right. Nobody ever expected the combination of Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum to work, it just seemed too damn odd. But, alas, the people we about as wrong as Paul is nerdy, the pairing of the two was comedic genius. But the bigger question was, if (when) they make the sequel, can the capture lightning in a bottle twice. Is that the expression? Sounds wrong… either way, you know what I mean.
Check out the trailer and let us know in the comments, but by the looks of this, I would say the lightning has definitely been re-bottled, again. This trailer is hilarious, the ending is especially awesome, and this trailer (and hopefully the movie), shows how you can stick true to a format but still keep it fresh for the sequels (sorry Hangover).
Stiller. Vaughn. Skinny Jonah. And…um…that other guy. Just the cast alone looks great (aside from that other guy, who at first glance I thought was Jemaine Clement. Had that been true, this movie’s cast would have made my head explode). As Jake commented to me today, and I quote, “Stiller and Hill might make the perfect comedic match,” and I tend to agree. Jake also went on to say, “Paul is way cooler than me” and “I regret having never seen Cats live.”
Not mentioned anywhere in this trailer, mind you, is the true plot of the film:
Suburban dads form a neighborhood watch group to get time away from their families, only to discover a plot to destroy Earth. -IMDb
That’s right: Earth. As in alien invaders. Probably not Nazi-Alien invaders, but aliens all the while. Hmmmmm…As excited I am to see this comedic trio in one movie, this has the potential to get awfully zany awfully quick.
Terminator 5 not moving forward as fast-ly or furious-ly as we once thought?
Update – In the beginning of the show we state that Hesher was released in 2010, which Jake in all of infinite wisdom, questioned! Turns out that 2010 was the Sundance screening date, and its official release was May 13th, 2011.