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Hilarious behind the PG-13-rated "This Means War" and R-rated "21 Jump Street" of the year 2012. But the heart may probably be like the original or putting more family tone to the family film. But it's somewhat not the Farrelly Brothers' usual weirdness they usually put in their comedies. (B+)
It's easy to criticize a movie like this and compare them to the original crew, but that's unfair. You have to take each movie and judge it on its own merits and failures. The trio in this movie worked well together, had excellent comedic timing and I especially enjoyed how the producers made them more modern. The only criticism I can really give it is that some of the jokes were too cliche. Originality of their material would have earned 5 stars. Are they as good as the original stooges? No. Could ANYONE be as good as the original stooges? Perish the thought. Are they a good comedy team? Absolutely. I easily give this movie 4 stars and hope they decide to create further movies for the future.