Movie News & Reviews

June 12, 2014

‘22 Jump Street’ makes great comic leaps

With movies, sometimes the most important movements are the hardest to notice, because they seem only natural, just part of the cultural air. It took outsiders – French film critics – to take note of film noir and to recognize Howard Hawks and Alfred Hitchcock as great directors. If something big is going on right now that we’re taking for granted, it’s comedy. We get a good one every few weeks, and the latest, “22 Jump Street,” is better than most.

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