If you're the type who likes to torture yourself with scattered bits and pieces from films you won't see in full for six-plus months, then have at the new red-band trailer for June's "22 Jump Street."
A comic take on a comically serious show, 2012's "21 Jump Street" drowned in self-aware jokes: about why anyone would want to watch a movie about an '80s Fox show that primarily existed to launch hot young actors (or at least Johnny Depp); about how stars Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are far, far too old to play fake high schoolers; etc. Appropriately, the sequel's ad mocks the original's mega-popularity and even the title (which goes the "Ocean's Twelve/Thirteen" route), because of course it does.
The lady doth protest too much: the original is really funny, even though it occasionally goes too far. (A car chase performed by Hill in a Peter Pan costume is a good example.) Perhaps most shockingly was how nimbly it was stolen by Tatum, a beefcake stud who, like Brad Pitt, not-so-secretly harbors a deep reservoir of weird. There's not enough of him here, but let's assume that was no fluke —which it wasn't because he was also unexpectedly hilarious in "Magic Mike."