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The supporting cast and some featured cameos do much more than simply splash a famous face on the screen for the shock value. They all have memorable, laugh out loud moments and are not just there to set up the jokes for the main characters.
21 Jump Street is a masterpiece of mock, using a television series premise that took itself way too seriously, to achieve a hilarious film that does not hesitate for a second to pull any punches.
And who knows, if it’s a success at the box office, here’s to green lighting 90210: The Motionless Hair Picture.