The story of how an eccentric French shop keeper and amateur film maker attempted to locate and befriend Banksy, only to have the artist turn the camera back on its owner. The film contains... See full summary »
Jack Rebney is the most famous man you've never heard of - after cursing his way through a Winnebago sales video, Rebney's outrageously funny outtakes became an underground sensation and ... See full summary »
Opened in the same week as the remake of All the King's Men (2006). Naturally, this outrageous comedy featuring no stars, just some mainly drunk friends, soundly trounced the drama which features 3 Oscar winners and 5 Oscar nominees in its main cast. See more »
In the beginning, when they are all running away from the
stampede of bulls, there's a shot of them running in the distance. On the left side, there is a black car parked on the side of the road that they pass. Then later, there's a shot of them running past a black car in the background also parked on the left side of the road. It's the same car. See more »
Jackass number Two delivers exactly what we all hoped for and were afraid of
The sequel is exactly what you will expect it to be. And it is good enough that everyone who would have wanted to watch this should leave it happy.
This is not a movie that will win an Academy award. But it does take what made the Jackass TV show and original movie a success, and it turns it up a notch. It is funnier, more brutal, and more disgusting than the original. And I loved every minute of it.
The original had a few notorious stunts, and there is at least one stunt that this movie will be remembered for. You will wince, cringe, look away, and laugh very, very hard.
In any event, you probably do not need to read this review, or any others, to know if you will like this movie, unless you have never heard of Jackass.
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