21 Jump Street Season 1 Episode 1 Starring The hot, sexy, talented, and Amazing Johnny Depp as Office Tom Handson!!!!! Hope you Enjoy! Please LIKE,COMMENT, & SUBSCRIBE!!!!! :)
Here are some funny 21 Jump Street clips from the episode, Loc'd out (Partners, Part 1) I Hope you like it. ^_^
Check out the full series here. http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD688CDC71F54ED72 As this series was started when I was in high school the quality of the episodes improve as you go along. Trailer for the second half of the series. With a new ranger on board and a human villain opposing them, the 21 JSR team have their backs against the wall. But when it looks hopeless will the rangers be ready? Special thanks going out to "SpeedRacerFlubber" who has been instrumental in helping with the sound effects and production value of this second batch of episodes. FAQ: -Where is Hanson? Where's my Johnny Depp? As much as I love Hanson and his gum chewing ways, I don't have millions of dollars to hire Johnny Depp. -What does this have anything to do with 21 Jump Street? It looks more like Power Rangers than anything else! While I admit, the use of Rescue Force footage does give this more of an Ameri-Toku vibe, 21 JSR is firmly within the time line of the original series. If you go back and re watch the episodes, little hints and references are dropped throughout. More will be revealed with these later episodes but this series is set 20 years after the end of the series without any of the original actors. Still though, whenever I write for this series I continually check to make sure nothing contradicts the original show. -Wait, I came here for Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum! Once again, I'd love to have them in the series, but I lack the funds (Or the proper rights.) However, I personally am quite excited for the new movie and everything looks like it takes place in the same universe as the original show. That means the new movie falls into the same continuity as 21 JSR. Will that be reflected in any of the upcoming episodes? We'll see, but damn, I appreciate the fact they didn't go for a full reboot. Kudos to the team behind the movie. -When will R5 show up? This needs more Rescue Force! I haven't seen a full episode of Rescue Force. When I sat down to really see what I could do story wise, I got RAW copies of the entire series. I went through every episode and cut out every bit I couldn't use. I cut it down to just shots of the rangers and then went through it all again and figured out how I could piece it together. It didn't matter what episode it was from, if it worked for what I wanted, I used it. I didn't just take footage from one episode and just do that plot with my cast. Episode 3.5 especially includes footage from over ten episodes of the show, all adapted to fit my storyline. 21 JSR is an adaption, not a translation. I'm sure Rescue Force is a perfectly great series, but I wasn't looking to do it over again with an American cast. In fact, I was looking to show with good writing and editing you can do whatever you want with any footage you're given. Rescue Force is about rescue workers with super powers. 21 JSR is a sequel to any 80's cop show with a group of teens who carry on that legacy while combating an evil force with advanced weapons and technology. See, you can do whatever you want with footage so long as you use your imagination.
Check out the full series here! http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=... Over 20 years ago, a team of youthful looking cops were given the task of protecting kids in schools. They were known as the Jump Street Unit... Now, a new team has been assembled to fight new threats with advanced robotics and technology. They are known only as... 21 Jump Street Rangers A web series by Obscure Reference Productions.
Sony Planning 21 Jump Street/Men In Black Crossover Movie Subscribe Now! ► http://bit.ly/SubClevverMovies Schmidt and K? Jenko and J? In an ironic and possibly intentional turn after those 22 Jump Street credits, it looks like the cops of Jump Street could one day be joining the Men in Black. Sony’s Motion Picture head Amy Pascal and her emails have been a major target of a recent studio hack and one of the most recent and surprising revelations coming from leaked emails is plans to have Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum’s Jump Street characters working their unique brand of detective work within the confines of the MiB universe, marbles and all. Now these emails don’t come with treatment, outline, or script attachments, so details on the film’s plot are limited, but word on the talent level is a little more known. From what can be told, Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones wouldn’t be appearing in the film beyond cameo roles or at least roles that would be minor to Hill and Tatum’s characters. This could be for several reasons, but a main one being that the emails also state Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the writing-directing duo known for revamping the Jump Street franchise, are in the lead for producing and possibly directing the film. That seems like the most viable option the studio would have for this particular idea, as Lord and Miller seem to be the last bit of glue holding the studio together with a solid track record that also includes Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs. And with how meta and coy 22 Jump Street’s plot and credits were with the idea that they were squeezing every bit of money out of the franchise for no other reason other than that it works, having these two make the film seems like the only route to take. The talented twosome wouldn’t be writing the film however, at least according leaked emails, with Sony Pictures president of production Hannah Minghella writing in one exchange, “We don’t have a script yet so we’ll be greenlighting the movie off the concept and the talent involved.” That talent of course includes Hill and Tatum, with one of them apparently being on board, as Jonah wrote to Pascal in one email, “Jump Street merging with MiB – I think that’s clean and rad and powerful.” Three positive adjectives. Calm down, Jonah, it’s just preliminary, but we’ve gotta say it could definitely be interesting, absurd, and certainly funny if anything. While it certainly would work as a final cap to the meta and hyper tongue-in-check trilogy that Jump Street is turning into, it seems like it’d be an un-ironic shark jump for the Men in Black team and one that could only inevitably end in them rebooting the franchise. So where exactly is the next place MiB could go after this twist? What do you guys think? Is this a good idea or are the emails more entertaining than the actual plans themselves? Let us know in the comments below! And after you finish with that breakout news, click here to see our list of the 9 Biggest Breakout Stars of 2014. Until next time, I’m Danielle Robay and thanks for watching ClevverMovies! For More Clevver Visit: Like us on Facebook: http://Facebook.com/ClevverMovies Follow us on Twitter: http://Twitter.com/ClevverMovies Keep up with us on Instagram: http://instagr.am/Clevver Website: http://www.clevver.com Add us to your circles on Google+: http://google.com/+ClevverMovies Tweet Danielle: https://twitter.com/Daniellerobay
Nearly 50 actors, singers, dancers, musicians, and comedians joined Ira Glass onstage at the Brooklyn Academy of Music's Opera House on June 7, 2014, to try some things they'd never tried before. The result? Journalism turned into opera, into plays, into a Broadway musical (by Lin-Manuel Miranda, starring Lindsay Mendez and Anthony Ramos). Comedy from Mike Birbiglia and Saturday Night Live’s Sasheer Zamata. Songs from Stephin Merritt of the Magnetic Fields. Dance from Monica Bill Barnes & Company. Video directed by Seth Lind and produced by Ben Cohen and Ben Katz. View videos of the individual acts in a playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLq_yj5y9oa26AuIxE9LLQGmIe5UrkcFm8&v=yEX4pl0BLKU You can download the full live show for $5: http://live.thisamericanlife.org
The official trailer for "21 Jump Street" - in Australian cinemas 15th March 2012. Bringing the spirit of the Johnny Depp 80's teen cop comedy/drama TV series to the big screen. Starring Jonah Hill & Channing Tatum. For all your movie reviews, follow me on twitter - @hotflix & catch me at https://www.facebook.com/HotFlix.com.au Please note I do not own this trailer - it belongs to the film's studio & local distributor. It's posted here merely for your entertainment. Please enjoy.
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The RVA List 2018 Episode 2 Is Action Packed Drag Racing. Virginia's Fastest Top 10 List Ultimate Street. This is the second race of 2018 and everyone is trying to jump positions. Who will leave with the title "Fastest Street Car In VA"? Watch and see!!!! Next RVA List Race is Friday June 8th, 2018 at Richmond Dragway Don't miss the action!!!! Filmed at Richmond Dragway May 11th 2018
• 22 Jump Street (2014) -- Brilliant satire with ridiculous characters, 8/10. TWEET a review with the #JPMN hashtag, and have it featured! WATCH full episodes of Movie Night -- http://bit.ly/JogJPMN ~~ Movie Night Reviews ~~ Your host, and film critic Jonathan Paula reviews everything from opening day releases, recent DVDs, upcoming trailers, and classics from years past, with an interactive format that integrates audience comments into a polished presentation. Along with your votes, each film is scored on the "Rate-O-Matic" for a 1-10 ranking. A "Five Word Summary" quickly encapsulates each review while "Factor Facts" highlight a film's best and worst features in ten key categories. Each "Quick Review" is an excerpt from a full episode, which airs on the Jogwheel channel every weekend, except during the summer. Born in February 1986, Jonathan Paula is a professional YouTuber, and creator of the hit web series, "Is It A Good Idea To Microwave This?". He graduated from Emerson College in 2008 with a degree in Television Production / Radio Broadcasting. He currently lives in Rockingham, NH with his wife Rebecca. ~~ Watch More Reviews ~~ Browse By Year ----- http://bit.ly/MNYear Browse By Rating --- http://bit.ly/MNRating Trailer Reviews ------- http://bit.ly/MNTrailers ~~ Channels, Social Media, & More ~~ Jogwheel (Main channel) --- http://bit.ly/Jogwheel Jon's World (2nd channel) - http://bit.ly/JonWorld The Microwave Show -------- http://bit.ly/TMSArchive Twitter ----------------------------- http://bit.ly/JonTW Facebook ------------------------ http://bit.ly/JonFBFan Instagram ------------------------ http://bit.ly/JonInsta ~~ Technical Credits ~~ Created by ------ Jonathan Paula Camera ---------- Panasonic HMC-150 Microphone ----- Sennheiser ME 66 Software --------- Adobe Premiere Pro CC Computer ------- http://bit.ly/JAV010 • Jogwheel Productions © 2014 • ~~ Review Script ~~ This $50-million follow-up to 2012's big-screen adaptation of the 1980's TV series was released worldwide on June 13, 2014, and will most likely earn back a healthy profit. Co-directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller return for this frenzied, self-aware comedy action film that despite doing literally nothing different from its predecessor, remains equally as entertaining. Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum return as two bumbling cops, this time send undercover to college to track down the origin of a new synthetic drug. The two exhibit absolutely perfect chemistry together, bouncing off each other's improvisation and physical mannerisms seamlessly. The supporting cast includes the always capable, but often type-cast Peter Stormare, quick return appearances for the obnoxious Rob Riggle, Dave Franco and Nick Offerman, along with descent performances from lesser known talent like Amber Stevenes, Jillian Bell, and Kurt Russell's son, Wyatt. The standout character however is definitely Ice Cube, who returns in a much larger capacity as the loud and unforgiving police Captain, who delivers one of the movie's funniest moments when he totally flips his shit. Later, when he threatens the criminals by shouting, "We Jump Street, and we 'bout to jump in your ass.", you're not sure if you should laugh, or cower. Attempting to maintain his cover and impress a female friend, when Hill's live slam poetry session devolves into 'scat man', I couldn't help but break down in laughter. The R-rated comedy is heavy on cuss-words, dick jokes, and prat-falls, but it does so with a tight script, and clever writing... even if references to Maya Angelo and Tracy Morgan were poorly timed. Littered with wonderful callbacks to the first film, including a running gag poking fun at the two picture's remarkably similar plot, the movie is one of the very rare comedy sequels that maintains the freshness of the franchise without alienating the style made it work so effectively. Speaking of style, the quick and lively editing remains flashy and entertaining, making great use of split-screens, montages, and the film's pop-oriented soundtrack. Although a touch long at 112-minutes, the film finishes strong with a terrifically inspired credit sequence that quickly, and playfully lists off the next 20 potential gimmicky sequels for the franchise, from "23 Jump Street: Medical School" to "41 Jump Street: Dance Academy." As shallow fluff, this picture would still be amusing and enjoyable... but thanks to deeper emotional moments provided by Hill and Tatum's bromantic chemistry, the film has a heart as well. A fantastic sequel that should provide laughs for years to come, "22 Jump Street" was a "Brilliant satire with ridiculous characters." ~