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Summer is almost among us, and that means its the season of sequels and superhero movies. This week only features one of the two, and as a hint, there isn’t much spandex. 22 Jump Street reunites Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill for an undercover mission even more epic than their last.  Also opening this week in the highly anticipated Dreamworks sequel,  How To Train Your Dragon 2. We guess he’s no longer a pet. Regardless which movie peaks your interest you’re sure to find laughs and a large group of young men in the theaters for either film.

22 Jump Street

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via imdb Directors: Phil Lord and Christopher Miller Columbia Pictures, rated R Rotten Tomatoes: 86% Trailer: 1, 2 Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill are back as Jenko and Schmidt, and this time they’re trying college on for size. If you enjoyed the trouble these two got into the first go around, then college is sure to be a whole new experience. While their mission is larger this time, the pair’s friendship begins to get rocky. Jenko becomes close to the football team while Schmidt associates more with the art major scene. The pair’s adventure even takes them on spring break. What is a college movie without spring break anyway? The couples therapy between the two of them will likely be one of the shining moments.

How to Train Your Dragon 2

22 jumpstreet how to train your dragon via imdb Director: Dean DeBlois DreamWorks Animation, rated PG Rotten Tomatoes: 93% Trailer: 1

Another (much different) sequel hitting theaters features the return of Hiccup (voiced by Jay Baruchel) and Toothless. The dynamic duo uncover a large amount of dragons before coming face to face with someone known as Dragon Rider. Also providing voices for the film is Cate Blanchett, America Ferrera, Craig Ferguson, T.J. Miller, Kristen Wiig and Jonah Hill.

22 Jump Street or How To Train Your Dragon 2?

Bobby Caruso is a millennial entertainment journalist. He hails from the heart of Long Island, and aspires to be an on-air celebrity TV host. When not obsessing over pop culture, pretending to be Macklemore, or fanboying over Apple products, you can find Bobby lost somewhere in the vortex of Wikipedia...or at Taco Bell. Google+