The conventional wisdom would be that a big-screen version of the old ’80s TV show 21 Jump Street would have no chance of being any good whatsoever. Well guess what? Conventional wisdom can suck it.  Thanks largely to the strong work of its central comic duo, Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum, the Jump Street movie turns out to be a lot of fun.  Not a comedy for the ages mind you, just a studio programmer that’s much more entertaining than expected.  Read all my Jump Street coverage, along with a bunch of other reviews, over at TWoP.

21 Jump Street vs. Dragnet
Jeff, Who Lives at Home and Casa de mi Padre
Indie Snapshot
Q&A With Jump Street Directors
Q&A With Rob Riggle
Q&A With Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum
I Want My DVD
Remaking ’80s Shows for the Big Screen
Community Recap