Proving that daredevil idiots can be found all over the globe, three Welsh lads and one Londoner tackle an astounding array of painful and disgusting stunts resulting in blood, sweat, tears and laughter.
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.
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The Welsh nutters, Dirty Sanchez are making a movie: The concept of the film is that the Devil has heard about the dare-devil nature of the Sanchez boys so he's set them the ultimate challenge, to complete stunts based on the 7 Deadly Sins or be damned to the gutter forever. In order to regain their status as hard-asses and crawl out of the gutter - the 7 deadly sins they must complete in seven exotic locations are: Sloth - UK >> Anger - Moscow Russia >> Lust - Bangkok Thailand >> Envy - Ko Phi Phi Thailand >> Pride - Tokyo Japan >> Gluttony - Mexico >> Greed - Dominican Republic And most interesting of all the film-makers have secured Lemmy to play the Devil and do the music. Lemmy: "If they (Dirty Sanchez boys) think they're tough... Wait till they meet me." Written by
Matthew Pritchard reportedly never wanted to meet Johnny Knoxville nor the cast of Jackass. Pritchard was angry that the Russian tattoo he received said "I Love Johnny Knoxville" instead of his requested "Sleep When You're Dead". Lee Dainton came up with the idea right before Pritchard received his tattoo. See more »
Disgraceful. Yet somehow compelling. The very fact that it is not you on screen hurling yourself over, into and through things that were not designed for such a purpose makes you appreciate those that are doing so even more.
Anyone who has seen the TV series should know what to expect. Like Jackass before them however, they have been allowed to go even further, and at times you wonder if they have not perhaps gone too far, never more so than during Pritchard's quest to win back his honour. Of course, a certain part of you will always be yelling for these fools to hurt themselves in ever more ingenious ways, and it is this part that will make you want to queue again.
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