XXX (2002 film)
XXX is a 2002 American action film directed by Rob Cohen, produced by Neal H. Moritz and written by Rich Wilkes; the first installment in the XXX film series, the film stars Vin Diesel as Xander Cage, a thrill-seeking extreme sports enthusiast and rebellious athlete-turned reluctant spy for the National Security Agency. Cage is sent on a dangerous mission to infiltrate a group of potential Russian terrorists in Central Europe; the film stars Asia Argento, Marton Csokas and Samuel L. Jackson. Cohen had directed The Fast and the Furious, in which Diesel starred; the film received a 48% approval rating from Rotten Tomatoes, which calls it a "missed opportunity", although it grossed $277.4 million worldwide. It was followed by State of the Union and Return of Xander Cage. A biochemical weapon, "Silent Night," presumed missing since the fall of the Soviet Union, is obtained by Anarchy 99, a Russian terrorist group with formal military training; the NSA send an undercover agent to recover the weapon, but Anarchy 99's skills see through the deception and assassinate him.
NSA Agent Augustus Gibbons suggests that they need to send someone who lacks ties to the US government. Gibbons identifies Xander Cage, an extreme sports professional known as "X" but wanted by the FBI for his acts of protest against a leading senator. Gibbons's team abducts Cage, puts him through two field tests, stopping a staged diner robbery, escaping from a Colombian cartel's plantation in the midst of an army raid. Cage passes, Gibbons offers him the job, promising to wipe his criminal records clean or otherwise sending him to prison. Cage accepts the job. Cage is sent to Prague to meet with the NSA support team. Sova has been tasked to watch Cage and deport him back to America should he fall out of line riling Cage. During their first task, scouting an Anarchy 99 party, Cage purposely identifies Sova as a police officer to Anarachy 99's leader, earning him favor with the group, enhanced when Yorgi's brother Kolya reveals he is a fan of Cage. Cage tells Yorgi. Cage hands him the list and Yorgi identifies that the tenth car on the list, a 1967 Pontiac GTO would be hard to find in Europe.
When he hands the list to Yelena, his girlfriend and lieutenant and Cage have an argument about the price of the deal. At the end of their argument, Cage is provided with one; the next morning, Gibbons calls Cage about changes to the list of cars, but is impressed when Cage gives them loads of information on Anarchy 99, thanks to Kolya eagerly providing to please his idol. Impressed by his work, Gibbons sends tech-specialist Agent Toby Shavers, who provides Cage with a special revolver, binoculars that can see through walls and explosives disguised as bandages. Cage attends the car deal he made earlier with Yorgi in a warehouse which Sova attempts to intercede. Cage appears to kill him, thus earning him Yorgi's trust and in return, Yorgi makes Cage a member of Anarchy 99. Yorgi brings Cage back to a castle after a dance party at one of his nightclubs that serves as Anarchy 99's headquarters. Cage, while searching for the biochemical weapon, catches Yelena attempting to investigate Yorgi's secret safe.
He takes her to a nearby restaurant to discuss the matter, reveals his true identity. Meanwhile, Sova reveals his true identity to Yorgi on the phone. Furious, Yorgi sends his trusted sniper Kirill to take Cage out after tracing his location. While watching the pair, in love with Yelena contacts her to tell her that they know of Cage's identity, making him a liability to their group. Cage and Yelena stage a fight to escape, but the NSA appears to capture Cage, while Yelena is taken back to Anarchy 99. Cage meets with Gibbons in an opera house who demands that he return to America now that his cover is blown, that special forces are planning to siege the castle to recover the weapon. Cage refuses, fearing for Yelena's life by stating that he sent her back to retrieve more information for Gibbons and his group, as well as being bitter that Sova purposely blew his cover; that night, he sneaks into Yorgi's castle to know more about Yorgi's plans. He follows Yorgi into a secret underground lab in the castle overhearing Yorgi's plan to launch "Silent Night" from a water-borne drone named Ahab into several major cities after witnessing Yorgi killing all of the scientists that worked to create the drone and the bio agent by detonating a loaded missile through his special binoculars, Cage flees the area after killing Yorgi's brother Kolya with a special bandage bomb.
He goes to back to his hideout. He explains. Just as he is about to shoot Cage, he is killed from inbound gunfire from the door. Yelena arrives with the Ivans whom Cage had met earlier, she explains that she is an FSB agent that started to get close to Yorgi two years before, but her handlers abandoned her. Cage relays Yorgi's plans to the NSA on the condition that the US Government give Yelena asylum in the country, who prepare a coordinated attack on the castle. Going against orders to leave, Cage gives his car to Shavers and tells him to load it up with as much weaponry as he can. Cage paratroops from a plane on a snowboard in a snowy region of Czech republic where the communication tower of Anarchy 99 is located. Upon chase by the memb
S. W. A. T. is a 2003 American action crime thriller film directed by Clark Johnson and starring Samuel L. Jackson, Colin Farrell, Michelle Rodriguez, LL Cool J, Jeremy Renner, it is based on the 1975 television series of the same name. It was produced by Neal H. Moritz and released in the United States on August 8, 2003. Jim Street, a former U. S. Navy SEAL and hot-shot cop from the Los Angeles Police Department and his SWAT team are sent to stop a gang of robbers who have taken over a bank, his high-tempered partner and close friend Brian Gamble disobeys an order to hold their position and engages the bank robbers, accidentally wounding a hostage in the process. Gamble and Street are demoted by the commander of the LAPD Metropolitan Division. Gamble quits the force following an intense argument with Fuller, Street is taken off the team and sent to work in the "gun cage", where he looks after the gear and weaponry. Fuller offers Street the chance to return to SWAT by selling Gamble out, but he refuses, though people refuse to trust him as his decision was never made public.
Six months after the incident, the chief of police calls on Sergeant Daniel "Hondo" Harrelson, a former Marine Force Recon Sergeant who fought in Vietnam, to help re-organize the SWAT platoon. Hondo puts together a diverse team, including himself, Christina Sánchez, Deacon Kaye, TJ McCabe, Michael Boxer; the team members train together forging bonds of friendship. As a result, their first mission to subdue an unstable gunman is a success. Meanwhile, French drug lord Alexander "Alex" Montel arrives in Los Angeles and goes to a local restaurant to kill his uncle for holding back the family money from him. While driving to the airport, uniformed LAPD officers stop Montel for a broken tail light and detain him to get a full positive I. D. on him. But as Montel is being transferred to prison, his associates, dressed as LAPD officers, attempt to rescue him as he rides the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department bus. Hondo's team arrives in time to recapture Montel; as Montel, under SWAT escort, approaches the police station, reporters crowd around them, prompting Montel to yell to the cameras that he would "give 100 million dollars to whoever gets out of here".
The LAPD makes plans to transfer Montel into federal custody. They plan for travel by air, but Gamble shoots down the helicopter with a high-powered rifle; the police next send out a large convoy, which gang members attack and discover to be a decoy, at the same time as Hondo's team is spiriting Montel away in two SUVs. However, while driving Montel into federal custody, TJ had been plotting with Gamble, the two succeed in taking Montel from the other officers, critically wounding Boxer in the process. Hondo and the rest of his team give chase for a final battle against Gamble's group. Fuller informs them that Gamble intends to fly Montel out of the United States. Fuller dispatches every officer to Hawthorne airport to prevent the escape; as Hondo and his SWAT team race across town, they observe a plane flying at lower than normal altitudes and deduce that the plane is going to land on the Sixth Street Bridge and is expected by Gamble. They won't make it in time. Before Gamble's group can take off, the team intercepts it, a gun battle ensues, killing Gamble's remaining thugs, although wounding Sánchez.
TJ commits suicide out of remorse for his betrayal of the team. Street pursues Gamble under the bridge and following a hand-to-hand fight, inadvertently kills him by knocking him under the wheels of a passing train. Fuller and the rest of the LAPD arrive to take care of everything else. Fuller thanks Hondo and his team for their success but tells them the job wasn't finished as Montel was not yet in federal custody. Hondo and his team deliver Montel to a federal prison to await trial. On the way home to Los Angeles, a report of a holdup in progress comes over the police radio and despite the team being two officers down and off shift for the past twelve hours, Street and Sanchez decide to help anyway. Colin Farrell as Officer III James "Jim" Street Jeremy Renner as Officer III Brian Gamble Brian Van Holt as Officer III Michael Boxer Samuel L. Jackson as Sergeant II Daniel "Hondo" Harrelson Michelle Rodriguez as Officer III Christina "Chris" Sanchez LL Cool J as Officer III Deacon "Deke" Kay Olivier Martinez as Alexander Montel Josh Charles as Officer III Travis Joseph "T.
J." McCabe Ken Davitian as Martin Gascoigne Reg E. Cathey as Lieutenant II Gregory Velasquez Larry Poindexter as Captain II Thomas Fuller Page Kennedy as Travis Domenick Lombardozzi as GQ Jeff Wincott as Ed TaylorOriginal series actors Steve Forrest and Rod Perry make cameo appearances as well. Forrest drives the team's van. Michael Bay, Rob Cohen, Antoine Fuqua, Michael Mann, Joel Schumacher, Tony Scott, Zack Snyder, Roger Spottiswoode, John Woo were all approached to direct the movie before Clark Johnson signed on, they passed. Mark Wahlberg was the first choice for the role of Jim Street, but turned it down in favor of playing lead in The Italian Job. Paul Walker was cast and had started training for the part, but had to drop out due to filming on 2 Fast 2 Furious. Colin Farrell replaced him. Vin Diesel was offered to play Deacon "Deke" Kaye, but passed because he was in production with Th
2 Fast 2 Furious
2 Fast 2 Furious is a 2003 American action film directed by John Singleton and written by Michael Brandt and Derek Haas. It is the second installment in the Furious franchise, it was released in the United States on June 6, 2003. 2 Fast 2 Furious follows Brian O'Conner and Roman Pearce who team up to go undercover for the U. S. Customs Service to bring down drug lord Carter Verone in exchange for the erasure of their criminal records. 2 Fast 2 Furious is a standalone sequel to The Fast and the Furious, plans for a second installment were developed following the box office success of the first entry. Early treatments for a sequel featured the returns of both Diesel and Walker, the former declined, instead opting to star in The Chronicles of Riddick; as a result of this, Universal Studios delayed the start of filming to allow for script rewrites, which subsequently allowed for the franchise's long-running characters of Roman Pearce and Tej Parker to be introduced. In August 2002, John Singleton, who critically praised the first film, was announced to direct the second in place of Rob Cohen, who left the franchise after directing the previous installment.
Principal photography began in Miami in October 2002, with the majority of filming being done on location in Miami and South Florida.2 Fast 2 Furious was a commercial success, grossing over $236 million worldwide become the highest grossing film in the franchise, the 16th highest grossing film of 2003. It received mixed reviews at the time of release, with praise being aimed at the film's action sequences, but was nominated for two awards at the 24th Golden Raspberry Awards. In years, the film has earned critical praise, with some critics noting it as underrated in the franchise's catalog. Another standalone sequel, The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, was released on June 16, 2006. After letting Dominic Toretto escape from the authorities, Brian O'Conner is dismissed from the LAPD and spends a year in jail for aiding and abetting, he subsequently relocates from Los Angeles to Miami and makes a living by participating in illegal street races, aided by his friend and local mechanic Tej Parker.
Following one race against drivers Suki, Slap Jack, Orange Julius, the police show up and Brian is arrested. He is taken into custody, but given a deal by his former boss, FBI Agent Bilkins, U. S. Customs Agent Markham, to go undercover and bring down Argentinian drug lord Carter Verone in exchange for the erasure of his criminal record. Agent Monica Fuentes, undercover with Verone for a year, agrees to assist bringing Brian into the organization. Brian agrees, but only; this prompts him to travel to Barstow, where he enlists the help of Roman Pierce, his childhood friend who served jail time for housing stolen cars in a garage. Roman on parole, blames Brian for his arrest, but reluctantly agrees to help in exchange for the same deal Brian was offered. Roman and Brian are hired by Verone, who tasks the duo to compete against rival drivers to obtain a package from a confiscated car located in a lot. Markham, who mistakenly thinks that the duo are trying to run away, follows them to the lot. However, Roman relents, shoots at Markham to help maintain his cover.
He confronts him for interference with the mission. Brian is able to gain knowledge of the plan and tells Bilkins that Verone is aiming to launder his money in Miami, before escaping on his private jet; the team challenges a pair of muscle car drivers they raced when competing for Verone's hiring, for pink slips. Despite engine and power output handicaps and Roman manage to win the race and the other two cars. Meanwhile, Roman confronts Brian about his attraction to Monica and the constant threat of Verone's men. However, the two men patch up their differences, focus on completing the mission. After witnessing Verone torture Detective Whitworth of the Miami Police Department into giving them a window of opportunity to make their getaway and Roman are warned by Monica that they will be killed once the drop is made. However, Markham refuses to call off the job, claiming that it's their one chance to catch Verone and before they leave and Monica kiss. On the day of the mission and Roman begin transporting duffel bags of Verone's money, with Verone's right-hand men and Roberto, riding alongside to accompany the duo.
Before the window is set, Whitworth decides to call in the police to move in for an arrest of the drivers of the cars used by Brian and Roman. This results in a high-speed chase across the city; the duo leads the police to a warehouse, where a "scramble" by dozens of street racers organized by Tej disorients the police. Following the scramble, the police manage to pull over the cars, only to find out that they were driven by Tej and Suki; as it turns out, the duo had switched cars and had escaped in the two muscle cars they had won earlier. As Brian approaches the destination point in a Yenko Camaro, Enrique tells him to take the Tarpon Point Marina exit, instead of heading to the airfield. Meanwhile, Roman gets rid of Roberto by using an improvised ejector seat in his Dodge Challenger powered by nitrous oxide. At the airfield, Customs agents have Verone's plane and convoy surrounded, only to discover they have been duped into a decoy maneuver while Verone is at a boatyard several miles away.
Verone reveals he knew Monica was an undercover agent, purposely gave her wrong information on t
Goosebumps is a 2015 American horror comedy film directed by Rob Letterman and written by Darren Lemke from a story by Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski. The film is based on the children's horror book series of the same name by R. L. Stine and stars Jack Black, Dylan Minnette, Odeya Rush, Amy Ryan, Ryan Lee, Jillian Bell; the plot follows a teenager trying to save his town with R. L. Stine's help after all monsters and creatures from the Goosebumps franchise begin to escape from their books, wreaking havoc in the real world, it was financed by Sony, LStar Capital, Village Roadshow Pictures, produced by Sony Pictures Animation, Original Film, Scholastic Entertainment. Goosebumps was released on October 16, 2015, in the United States by Columbia Pictures in RealD 3D and 4DX and received positive reviews from critics, it grossed $150 million against its $84 million budget. A sequel titled Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween was released on October 12, 2018. After his father's recent death, Zach Cooper and his mother Gale move from New York City to the peaceful town of Madison, Delaware.
While settling in the new neighborhood, Zach befriends his neighbor Hannah until her overprotective father warns him to avoid contact with them. The next morning, at Madison High School, where Gale works as vice-principal, Zach befriends Champ; that night, Hannah invites Zach to an abandoned amusement park but when they return home, Hannah's father warns again that Zach stays away or something bad will happen. The following night, Zach listens as her father argue. Followed by screams and crashing objects, he calls the police. Hannah's father assures officers. Shortly after, Gale leaves to supervise a spring break dance at school, leaving Zach with his aunt Lorraine. Fearing that Hannah is in danger, Zach tricks her father into going to the police station while he enters his home with Champ's help. While investigating, they both find a bookshelf with numerous books from the Goosebumps franchise, each mysteriously locked. In response to Champ's curiosity, Zach opens The Abominable Snowman of Pasadena, releasing the real Abominable Snowman.
With Hannah's help, they chase the monster to a local ice rink where Hannah's father appears and encloses the creature again in the book. Back home, Hannah's father unwittingly reveals that he is R. L. Stine; when they arrive, the group meets Slappy the Dummy, the evil ventriloquist dummy from Night of the Living Dummy. As revenge for being locked up for years, Slappy burns his own book and flees with all the other Goosebumps books in the Haunted Car from the book of the same name. Stine and the kids are attacked by living lawn gnomes from Revenge of the Lawn Gnomes, being forced to escape. Meanwhile, Slappy rampages through Madison, releasing several monsters, causing panic and destruction around the town: mutant plants from Stay Out of the Basement destroy the cell towers. Attacks Lorraine. Zach implores Stine to write a new book that can lock all the monsters back, but it can only be done with a supernatural typewriter displayed at school. Along the way, the group is attacked by Brent Green from My Best Friend is Invisible and the giant praying mantis from A Shocker on Shock Street, so they hide in a supermarket.
Will Blake, the werewolf from The Werewolf of Fever Swamp chases them to the parking lot where he is run over by Lorraine, who survived the attack. However, she is frozen by the Body Squeezers. Stine and the kids go through a cemetery, where Zach realizes that Hannah shines in the moonlight before being attacked by ghouls from Attack of the Graveyard Ghouls; when they arrive at school, Zach confronts Stine in private. Stine finds the typewriter and begins writing a book based on the events of the film while Slappy burns all the books, releasing every monster and creature spotted in the Goosebumps franchise on the school's soccer field. Zach and Champ try to warn the students, but nobody believes them until the monsters begin to break into the building. Bees from Why I'm Afraid of Bees attack Zach in the library while the rest of the monsters manage to enter the school with the help of the Annihilator 3000 from Toy Terror: Batteries Included. Slappy breaks his fingers with the typewriter before he can finish the book.
While the students and school staff continue to defend themselves from the monsters' attack and the kids board a school bus to the abandoned amusement park. Slappy discovers them and releases the Blob from The Blob That Ate Everyone as the monsters arrive at the park. Stine confronts the creature and is devoured while Zach and Champ climb a Ferris wheel to finish the book. However, the monsters collapse the Ferris wheel. Zach refuses to open the book because Hannah will be locked up, but she reveals that she knew the truth about herself all this time. Hannah opens the book, sucking Slappy and all the Goosebumps monsters inside, saying goodbye to Zach with a kiss before being sucked in; some time Stine starts working as the new English teacher at the school while starting to date Lorraine. After school, Stine reveals to Zach, she and Zach kiss and leave school together while Stine burns Hannah's book, making her permanently real. When Stine is about to leave sc
California is a state in the Pacific Region of the United States. With 39.6 million residents, California is the most populous U. S. the third-largest by area. The state capital is Sacramento; the Greater Los Angeles Area and the San Francisco Bay Area are the nation's second and fifth most populous urban regions, with 18.7 million and 9.7 million residents respectively. Los Angeles is California's most populous city, the country's second most populous, after New York City. California has the nation's most populous county, Los Angeles County, its largest county by area, San Bernardino County; the City and County of San Francisco is both the country's second-most densely populated major city after New York City and the fifth-most densely populated county, behind only four of the five New York City boroughs. California's $3.0 trillion economy is larger than that of any other state, larger than those of Texas and Florida combined, the largest sub-national economy in the world. If it were a country, California would be the 5th largest economy in the world, the 36th most populous as of 2017.
The Greater Los Angeles Area and the San Francisco Bay Area are the nation's second- and third-largest urban economies, after the New York metropolitan area. The San Francisco Bay Area PSA had the nation's highest GDP per capita in 2017 among large PSAs, is home to three of the world's ten largest companies by market capitalization and four of the world's ten richest people. California is considered a global trendsetter in popular culture, innovation and politics, it is considered the origin of the American film industry, the hippie counterculture, fast food, the Internet, the personal computer, among others. The San Francisco Bay Area and the Greater Los Angeles Area are seen as global centers of the technology and entertainment industries, respectively. California has a diverse economy: 58% of the state's economy is centered on finance, real estate services and professional, scientific and technical business services. Although it accounts for only 1.5% of the state's economy, California's agriculture industry has the highest output of any U.
S. state. California is bordered by Oregon to the north and Arizona to the east, the Mexican state of Baja California to the south; the state's diverse geography ranges from the Pacific Coast in the west to the Sierra Nevada mountain range in the east, from the redwood–Douglas fir forests in the northwest to the Mojave Desert in the southeast. The Central Valley, a major agricultural area, dominates the state's center. Although California is well-known for its warm Mediterranean climate, the large size of the state results in climates that vary from moist temperate rainforest in the north to arid desert in the interior, as well as snowy alpine in the mountains. Over time and wildfires have become more pervasive features. What is now California was first settled by various Native Californian tribes before being explored by a number of European expeditions during the 16th and 17th centuries; the Spanish Empire claimed it as part of Alta California in their New Spain colony. The area became a part of Mexico in 1821 following its successful war for independence but was ceded to the United States in 1848 after the Mexican–American War.
The western portion of Alta California was organized and admitted as the 31st state on September 9, 1850. The California Gold Rush starting in 1848 led to dramatic social and demographic changes, with large-scale emigration from the east and abroad with an accompanying economic boom; the word California referred to the Baja California Peninsula of Mexico. The name derived from the mythical island California in the fictional story of Queen Calafia, as recorded in a 1510 work The Adventures of Esplandián by Garci Rodríguez de Montalvo; this work was the fifth in a popular Spanish chivalric romance series that began with Amadis de Gaula. Queen Calafia's kingdom was said to be a remote land rich in gold and pearls, inhabited by beautiful black women who wore gold armor and lived like Amazons, as well as griffins and other strange beasts. In the fictional paradise, the ruler Queen Calafia fought alongside Muslims and her name may have been chosen to echo the title of a Muslim leader, the Caliph. It's possible.
Know ye that at the right hand of the Indies there is an island called California close to that part of the Terrestrial Paradise, inhabited by black women without a single man among them, they lived in the manner of Amazons. They were robust of body with great virtue; the island itself is one of the wildest in the world on account of the craggy rocks. Shortened forms of the state's name include CA, Cal. Calif. and US-CA. Settled by successive waves of arrivals during the last 10,000 years, California was one of the most culturally and linguistically diverse areas in pre-Columbian North America. Various estimates of the native population range from 100,000 to 300,000; the Indigenous peoples of California included more than 70 distinct groups of Native Americans, ranging from large, settled populations living on the coast to groups in the interior. California groups were diverse in their political organization with bands, villages, on the resource-rich coasts, large chiefdoms, such as the Chumash and Salinan.
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21 Jump Street (film)
21 Jump Street is a 2012 American buddy cop action comedy film directed by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, written by Jonah Hill and Michael Bacall, starring Hill and Channing Tatum. An adaptation of the 1987–91 television series of the same name by Stephen J. Cannell and Patrick Hasburgh, the film follows two police officers who are forced to relive high school when they are assigned to go undercover as high school students to prevent the outbreak of a new synthetic drug and arrest its supplier; the film was released theatrically on March 16, 2012 by Columbia Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, grossed $201 million against a budget of $54.7 million. A sequel, titled 22 Jump Street, was released on June 13, 2014. A female-led spin-off is in development. In 2005, scholarly student Morton Schmidt and popular underachieving jock Greg Jenko miss their school prom. Seven years 2012, the duo meets again at the Police Academy and become friends and partners on bicycle patrol, they catch a break when they arrest Domingo, the leader of a one-percenter motorcycle gang, but are forced to release him after they failed to read him his Miranda rights.
The duo is reassigned to a revived scheme from the 1980s, which specializes in infiltrating high schools. Captain Dickson assigns them to contain the spread of a synthetic drug called HFS at Sagan High School, he gives them new identities and enrolls them as students, giving them class schedules fitting their previous academic performances. Schmidt gets a lead on HFS from classmate Molly, he and Jenko meet the school's main dealer, popular student Eric; the two take HFS in front of him to maintain their cover. After experiencing the drug's effects, the duo discovers that Schmidt's intelligence now makes him popular, while Jenko's lax attitude is frowned upon. Eric takes a liking to Schmidt. Jenko becomes friends with the students in his AP Chemistry class and finds himself becoming more interested in geeky hobbies and academic pursuits. Schmidt and Jenko throw a party at Schmidt's parents' house, where they are living during the course of their assignment, invite Eric. During the party, a fight breaks out between Schmidt and some party crashers.
Schmidt wins the fight, gaining Eric's trust. Jenko's friends hack Eric's phone to enable them to listen in on his conversations. At a party at Eric's house, using the phone hack and his friends overhear information about an upcoming meeting between Eric and his supplier, but catch Schmidt making disparaging comments about Jenko; the rift between the duo grows as their new school life intrudes upon their official police work. Schmidt and Jenko track Eric to a cash transaction with the distributors of HFS – the motorcycle gang from the park – and a chase ensues on the freeway, they return to school and begin fighting, which disrupts the school play. They are fired from the Jump Street program. Eric and terrified, recruits Schmidt and Jenko as security for a deal taking place at the school prom. While dressing for the prom and Jenko rekindle their friendship. At the prom, they discover that the supplier is the physical education teacher, Mr. Walters, who created the drug accidentally and started selling it to the students to supplement his teacher's salary.
Having caught Eric smoking marijuana, he was able to persuade him into being his dealer. The motorcycle gang arrives for the deal but Molly interrupts them and starts arguing with Schmidt; as a result, gang leader Domingo recognizes Schmidt and Jenko, orders his men to kill them. Two of the gang members reveal themselves as undercover DEA agents Tom Hanson and Doug Penhall, former members of the 21 Jump Street program. In the ensuing gunfight and Penhall are fatally wounded. Mr. Walters and Eric escape with Molly as a hostage. Jenko uses it to kill the gang. Mr. Walters shoots at Schmidt but Jenko takes the bullet to his arm. In response, Schmidt shoots Mr. Walters, unintentionally severing his penis; as they arrest Mr. Walters and Eric and Jenko reconcile their relationship and Schmidt and Molly share a kiss. Both officers are congratulated and reinstated in Jump Street as Dickson gives them a new assignment: infiltrating a college. Jonah Hill as Officer Morton Schmidt / Doug McQuaid, a awkward yet smart police officer.
Channing Tatum as Officer Greg Jenko / Brad McQuaid, a slow-witted yet handsome cop. Brie Larson as Molly Tracey, one of Eric's friends and Schmidt's love interest. Dave Franco as Eric Molson, a student, one of the H. F. S. Dealers. Rob Riggle as Mr. Walters, a physical education teacher. DeRay Davis as Domingo, the leader of the One-Percenters. Ice Cube as Captain Dickson, a coarse police captain. Chris Parnell as Mr. Gordon, a drama teacher. Ellie Kemper as Ms. Griggs, a science teacher who has a sexual interest towards Jenko and doesn't know he is a cop. Jake Johnson as Principal Dadier, the principal of Sagan High. Nick Offerman as Deputy Chief Hardy. Holly Robinson Peete as Officer Judy Hoffs. Lindsey Broad as Lisa. Johnny Simmons as Billiam Willing-ham, a Sagan High student who died due to H. F. S. Spencer Boldman as French Samuels Rye Rye as Jr. Jr. Caroline Aaron as Annie Schmidt Dakota J
Not Another Teen Movie
Not Another Teen Movie is a 2001 American teen comedy film directed by Joel Gallen and written by Mike Bender, Adam Jay Epstein, Andrew Jacobson, Phil Beauman, Buddy Johnson. It features an ensemble cast including Chyler Leigh, Chris Evans, Jaime Pressly, Eric Christian Olsen, Eric Jungmann, Mia Kirshner, Deon Richmond, Cody McMains, Sam Huntington, Samm Levine, Cerina Vincent, Ron Lester, Randy Quaid, Lacey Chabert, Riley Smith. Released on December 14, 2001 by Columbia Pictures, it is a parody of teen movies. While the general plot is based on She's All That as well as Varsity Blues, 10 Things I Hate About You, Can't Hardly Wait and Pretty in Pink, the film is filled with allusions to teenage and college-age films from the 1980s and 1990s, such as Bring It On, American Pie, Cruel Intentions, American Beauty, Never Been Kissed, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Can't Buy Me Love, Sixteen Candles, Lucas and The Breakfast Club. In the stereotypical high school community of John Hughes High in Southern California, attractive Priscilla, a popular cheerleader, separates from her talented football star but slacker boyfriend, Jake Wyler.
After Jake discovers that Priscilla is now dating timid and weird Les just to spite him, one of Jake's friends, makes a bet with him to turn Janey Briggs, a "uniquely rebellious girl", into the prom queen. Jake attempts to court Janey's love, but faces adversity from his own sister, sexually attracted to him. Catherine assists her brother by altering Janey's appearance making her drop dead gorgeous. Meanwhile, Janey's younger brother and his friends Ox and Bruce, make a pact to lose their virginity by graduation despite still being in their freshman year. Mitch tries to impress his longtime crush, the beautiful yet perverted Amanda Becker with a love letter. Bruce says that he does not have a chance with her, mockingly stating, "Keep dreaming!" As the prom draws near, Jake draws infamy among his peers after he fails to lead his football team to victory at the state championship game the year before. The situation is further worsened when Austin tricks Jake into telling Janey about his bet to spite Priscilla by pretending to whisper the secret bet in Janey's ear, causing her to leave Jake in anger.
During prom night and Janey go together. Janey runs off crying. Meanwhile and his friends are having a lousy time at the prom until Amanda arrives and Mitch gives her the letter, horny Bruce hooks up with the horny international student Areola, Ox hooks up with Catherine after sharing a romantic and rather odd connection. Jake is awarded prom king and the principal reads out that the votes for prom queen are tied. Everyone thinks that it is between Janey and Priscilla, but they are shocked to find that Kara and Sara Fratelli, conjoined twins, win prom queen. During the traditional prom king and queen dance, Janey left with Austin to go to a hotel. Jake goes to the hotel room where he finds Austin having wild sex with a girl, but is shocked to find that it is Priscilla and not Janey, while Les videotapes them with his pants down. Austin tells Jake that Janey "ran home to her daddy". Jake coldly punches Austin and Priscilla, knocking them unconscious for their part in Janey's humiliation, he punches Les for "being weird".
Jake arrives at the airport and confronts her before she can board the plane, but uses a plethora of clichéd lines from other films to convince her to stay home in America. His final speech suggests they would be better off separated, but Janey mistakenly believes he is quoting The Karate Kid, she decides to stay with him. CameosMany stars of teen films, as well as those from the 1980s, make credited and uncredited appearances; these include: Molly Ringwald as "The Rude, Hot Flight Attendant". Mr. T as "The Wise Janitor". Kyle Cease as "The Slow Clap Guy". Melissa Joan Hart as "Slow Clapper's Instructor"; the commentator at the football game praises Sabrina the Teenage Witch. Lyman Ward as Mr. Wyler. Paul Gleason as Richard "Dick" Vernon. Sean Patrick Thomas as "The Other Token Black Guy". Good Charlotte as the band playing at the prom; the film opened at third place at the US box office taking $12,615,116 in its opening weekend behind Vanilla Sky's opening weekend and Ocean's Eleven's second weekend.
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