12 March 2012 975 Views

“21 Jump Street” Interactive Trailer is Just Too Funny

by Michael Lee

Honestly I never suspected that 21 Jump Street would be hammering at my funny bone. Obviously Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs‘s Philip Lord and Chris Miller didn’t get the memo that adaptations based on 80s TV series were suppose to be bad. But with such a powerful tracking rate, Sony is pushing the marketing for the movie and the latest interactive trailer leads (and also teaches) us that there is much more to a couple of cops who look like kids binge drinking and abusing drugs in the most hilarious way. Hit the jump to get interactive.

As forementioned, the interactive trailer details us on both the movie and the popular 80s television show. It also informs us on how difficult the police entry exams can be. Overall the quiz is fun and features a few new clips that lead us to believe that this movie is more funny than its letting on.



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