Based on the true story about Ryan Dunn (played by himself) and his ex-girlfriend Glauren (Jenn Rivell) and how she cheated on him. After the break up Glauren is rumored to have been ...
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Outrageous skate video introduced the world to Bam Margera, the insane, parent hassling daredevil that would gain fame for risking life and limb on MTV's Jackass series. Includes a very ... See full summary »
A show that follows Bam Margera (of Jackass and CKY fame) in his attempts to anger his parents. Unlike CKY or Jackass, Viva La Bam focuses mainly on the torture of Bam's parents and less on harmful stunts.
Because too much is never enough! The complete cast and crew of Jackass 3D return with an all-new UNRATED movie. Loaded with OVER AN HOUR of outrageous bonus footage, get all of the ... See full summary »
Based on the true story about Ryan Dunn (played by himself) and his ex-girlfriend Glauren (Jenn Rivell) and how she cheated on him. After the break up Glauren is rumored to have been hooking up with heavy metal Hellboy (Rake Yohn). Ryan enlists the help of his friends Valo (Bam Margera) and Falcone (Brandon Dicamillo) to find out the truth. They do whatever it takes to get the evidence, even if it meant breaking into her house. Meanwhile, Ryan has run-ins with the law and even gets stabbed in the eye with a fork. The movie also includes special appearances by pro-skaters Tony Hawk, Jason Ellis, and Bucky Lasek. Written by
It cost Bam $13,000 dollars to fly H.I.M. to the United States and perform a live show. The footage turned out to be messed up after that. See more »
When Falcone and Valo attempt to escape Glauren's house when Hellboy is having sex with her, the camera they are using to film the act has a "fish-eye" lens on it. After escaping from the pursuing Hellboy, Valo begins to film Falcone "getting his ass kicked" and the camera no longer has the fish-eye attached. At no point would Valo have had time to remove it. See more »
[after Glauren apologizes]
[she turns around and smacks Valo]
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A montage of outtakes appear following the credits, which concludes with an alternate version of Ryan and Don Vito's argument in the bathroom. See more »
When I first saw this movie I didn't know what to think of it. I thought it could have been better. Later that same day I was at work and the movie was all I thought about. There's so many things going on in the movie that have never really been introduced or haven't been introduced in that shape or form yet in a movie. So after thinking about it I thought it was good, then I watched it for a second time and I liked it better that time then the first time I saw it. The second time you see it you already know about all the ideas floating around in the movie and you can easily enjoy it more the second time. There are some things I dont understand like Bam skating in between some scenes, and Hannah laughing hysterically from the window which some other people may find funny I just didnt get the humor behind it. I give this film 3 out of 5. I think Chris Raab's character really made the movie funny. I'd like to see what Bam's next film would be like if he plans to make another. I would like to see him grow as a director.
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