Schmidt and Jenko are at it again. Only this time, they're not in high school anymore. If they thought reliving their days as high schoolers was tough, they are in for a treat now that they and their shenanigans have graduated to college. Gaining the freshmen 15 will be the least of their worries. While they were undercover as high school students, Schmidt and Jenko each realized that there would be more trials and tribulations than the job entailed. Now that they're in college, they'll be faced now more than ever with difficulties, both pertaining to their jobs and their kinship. When each of them infiltrates a college group for their undercover work, the relationship once again gets strained.
This time around, Jenko appropriately joins the football team, where he feels right at home. Meanwhile, Schmidt dives right back into the arts. As each of them infiltrates different groups, they start to question their own relationship as a working duo.
We won’t see the debut of a big action movie until “Transformers: Age of Exticntion” hits theaters in two weeks, and this week’s two new releases are taking advantage of the blockbuster hiatus to tap into two genres that haven’t seen much action over the past few weeks: buddy comedies and family-oriented animation. The first of the week’s two new wide releases is “22 Jump Street,” the sequel to the 2012 hit starring Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum, “21 Jump Street.