Double bill of the action comedies starring Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill as young police officers sent undercover to tackle youth crime. In '21 Jump Street' (2012), police officers Jenko (Tatum) and Schmidt (Hill) are an unlikely pairing, with vastly different personalities and outlooks on life. However, as their unit is attempting to bust a drug ring that they believe is being run out of a local high school and Jenko and Schmidt are the youngest-looking members of the force, the pair are duly sent into the school, disguised as students. Can they successfully pass themselves off as peers of their fellow pupils and infiltrate the drug ring? In '22 Jump Street' (2014), Jenko and Schmidt return to college to try and gain entry into a notorious crime ring. However, the different lifestyles available in college threaten to reawaken old divisions, as Schmidt is drawn into a liberal artistic circle and Jenko finds a home in the testosterone-fuelled domain of the football team. Will the pair be able to put aside their differences and remain focussed on their objective amidst the many opportunities and excesses offered by college life?