In 22 Jump Street, Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill play buddy cops. In reality, they’re close friends. Here’s a look at their bromance.
One of the hardest rappers to ever do it has shined brightly on the big screen.
Go behind the scenes with Hollywood’s funniest on-screen duo.
Make no mistake about Ice Cube, he may rap about bustin’ a cap in your ass and then stealing your woman while you lay on the ground bleeding, but the guy really just wants to drive your kids to soccer practice.
Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum make for an excellent on-screen odd couple in — surprise! — the year’s first must-see comedy.
Get frisked by the 21 Jump Street reboot, habla espanol with Will Ferrell in Casa de mi Padre, get our of your mother’s basement and embrace your destiny with Jeff, Who Lives at Home and Adrien Brody gets you educated in Detachment.
This weekend: The return of Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (shake your head at Jar Jar Binks in 3D), Denzel reprises the role of the baddie for Safe House, Woody Harrelson is the worst as one of LAPD’s finest in Rampart and try to remember your promise with The Vow.
Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are a pair of underachieving cops that get sent to a local high school to blend in and bring down a synthetic drug ring. Johnny Depp is not amused.
It’s the holiday season, and with it (hopefully) comes vacation days during which you can go sledding, skiing or just stay at home and drink too much eggnog while watching Netflix. If you opt for the latter (and we certainly are), here are twenty movies that’ll fill you with the holiday spirit when the weather outside is frightful.
LA, 1999. Dave Brown is a Rampart Precinct cop, dedicated to doing “dirty work” and asserting his own code of justice to maintain his action-hero state of mind. When he gets caught beating a suspect, he finds himself in a downward spiral as the consequences of his sins in light of a department-wide corruption scandal seal his fate.
Natasha Henstridge, Jason Statham and Ice Cube battle nasty alien spirits in John Carpenter’s lazy, uninspired sci-fi western.