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Film, "22 Jump Street": Celebrating the Derivative!

"22 Jump Street": Celebrating the Derivative!

Self-reflexive silliness prevents sequelitis in 22 Jump Street, a deft and delirious follow-up to 2012's TV-show adaptation that mocks its very duplicative nature at every turn. As in the original, directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller (The Lego Movie) indulge…
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Film, "21 Jump Street": Yes, Channing Tatum Can Be Funny

"21 Jump Street": Yes, Channing Tatum Can Be Funny

The television show 21 Jump Street, about cops who go undercover as high schoolers, debuted on Fox in 1987 and ran until 1991. As a sign of the progress made since the Reagan-Bush era, the mixed-bag, big-screen 21 Jump Street…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist Flashback: <i>The Simpsons</i> Are Born -- And So Is a Vast, Right-Wing Conspiracy

Flashback: The Simpsons Are Born -- And So Is a Vast, Right-Wing Conspiracy

For decades after the DuMont Television Network collapsed in 1956, nobody had successfully launched a fourth commercial network to compete with ABC, CBS, and NBC. And based on its prime time debut -- a single hour of programming on…
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