Silly. So silly. Yet it's a testament to this movie's deft wit that I still laugh (after a couple of viewings) at the extended drug-sequence that has our heroes tripping throughout the school day. There are some other great details sprinkled throughout the film, and in general the whole role-reversal plot still plays really well. There's something about putting Channing Tatum in situations where he must play as inherently wrong-footed and insecure that's just like, weirdly satisfying. Maybe because he's so handsome. Also all the cameos are great, especially as people with small roles have since blown up (like 50 Shades of Grey actress Dakota Johnson or Room star Brie Larson).
Hey, New Girl guy!
Kimmie Schmidt! Those bangs are a travesty. But I still love you.
This cameo is still way OTT and my enjoyment of Depp has been kind of tainted from the scandalous stuff from his personal life in the last couple years, unfortunately. The movie's still gold though.