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22 Jump Street 
Best Comedy Sequel Ever!
4/4 stars

'21 Jump Street' was an unexpected surprise. I didn't know it would be flat-out hilarious, and that I'd end up loving it. I even declared it the funniest comedy of 2012. The same can be said for this sequel. I enjoyed it every bit as much as the first! The self-awareness is even more prevalant the second time around. The film mocks the idea of re-hashing old tropes for sequels, while unashamedly reveling in it. Even though the basic story outline is about 2/3 copy and paste of the original, it still doesn't feel like a complete retread. All new jokes, with some callbacks to the first, had me laughing out loud from start to finish. Hill and Tatum continue to impress as a comedic duo. The furthering of their character's rapport is a perfect send-up of the male 'bro-mance' ideology that has taken hold of many movies as of late. They also exhibit some slight endearing qualities, giving a sense that the friendship/working partnership has grown stronger. Great lead characters, a smart script, and a HUGE helping of funny, make '22 Jump Street' the single best comedy sequel I've ever seen! Once again, the comedies that follow this year will have to measure up in laughter to the surprise offer.


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