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Jackass 3D -- The Jackass crew returns, and this time, the stunts come at you in 3D.
Jackass 3D -- A clip from Jackass 3D
Jackass 3D -- Interview: "Jason Wee Man Acuna On The Pranks"
Jackass 3D -- Johnny and the boys go "duck hunting" in this exclusive clip. (Disclaimer: No real ducks were used or harmed in the making of this clip)
Jackass 3D -- Bam Magera gets a rude good awakening in this clip from Jackass 3D.

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Release Date:
15 October 2010 (USA) See more »
Tagline:
3 Times the Laughs. 3 Times the Stupid. 3 Times the Pain.
Plot:
Johnny Knoxville and company return for the third installment of their TV show spin-off, where dangerous stunts and explicit public displays rule. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Awards:
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User Reviews:
A Goal on an Empty Net See more (79 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Johnny Knoxville ... Himself

Bam Margera ... Himself

Ryan Dunn ... Himself

Steve-O ... Himself

Jason 'Wee Man' Acuña ... Himself

Preston Lacy ... Himself

Chris Pontius ... Himself

Ehren McGhehey ... Himself

Dave England ... Himself
Loomis Fall ... Himself

Tony Hawk ... Himself
Eric Koston ... Himself
April Margera ... Herself
Phil Margera ... Himself

Spike Jonze ... Himself
Trip Taylor ... Himself
Rick Kosick ... Himself
Dimitry Elyashkevich ... Himself
Greg Iguchi ... Himself
Brandon Novak ... Himself
Manny Puig ... Himself
Erik Roner ... Himself

Jeff Tremaine ... Himself
Judd Leffew ... Himself

Lance Bangs ... Himself
Gregory J. Wolf ... Himself
Josh Brown ... Himself
Mat Hoffman ... Himself

Rakeyohn ... Himself
Omar Von Muller ... Himself
Wendy de Coito ... Herself
Madison Clapp ... Herself

Jack Polick ... Himself
Sean Cliver ... Himself
Mike Kassak ... Himself
Seamus Frawley ... Himself
Jukka Hilden

Jarno Leppälä
Hannu-Pekka Parviainen ... Himself
Jarno Laasala ... Himself
Erik Ainge ... Himself
Jared Allen ... Himself

Seann William Scott ... Himself
Will Bakey ... Himself

Andy Bell ... Himself

Mark Zupan ... Himself
Tommy Passemante ... Himself
Parks Bonifay ... Himself
Jess Margera ... Himself

Will Oldham ... Himself
Gary Leffew ... Himself
Brett Leffew ... Himself
David Weathers ... Himself

Rip Taylor ... Himself
John Taylor ... Himself

Jesse Merlin

Edward Barbanell ... Himself
David A. Kipper ... Himself
Kerry Getz
Priya Swaminathan ... Herself
Scott Shriner ... Himself
Brian Bell ... Himself
Rivers Cuomo ... Himself

Terra Jole ... Herself
Stevie Lee ... Himself
Bobby Tovey ... Himself

Dana Woods (as Dana Michael Woods)
Chris 'Little Kato' ... Himself
Tony Elliott ... Himself

Mark Povinelli ... Himself

Kevin Thompson ... Himself
Anne Bellamy ... Herself

Angie Simms ... Herself

Britney Spears ... Herself (scenes deleted)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jason Deeringer ... Himself - Beekeeper

Brandon Dicamillo ... Himself (uncredited)
The Dudesons ... Themselves (uncredited)
Will the Farter ... Himself (uncredited)

Mike Judge ... Beavis / Butt-Head (voice) (uncredited)

Jules Sylvester ... Himself (uncredited)

Directed by
Jeff Tremaine 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Preston Lacy 

Produced by
Sean Cliver .... co-producer
Dimitry Elyashkevich .... co-producer
Derek Freda .... executive producer
Knate Gwaltney .... associate producer
Greg Iguchi .... line producer
Spike Jonze .... producer
Johnny Knoxville .... producer
Bam Margera .... co-producer
Aaron Parry .... supervising 3D producer
Barry Owen Smoler .... associate producer
Trip Taylor .... executive producer
Van Toffler .... executive producer
Jeff Tremaine .... producer
Jennifer Welsh .... segment producer
Greg Wolf .... associate producer
Shanna Zablow .... associate producer
Robert Zappia .... segment producer
 
Original Music by
Amjad Albasel 
 
Cinematography by
Lance Bangs 
Dimitry Elyashkevich 
Rick Kosick 
 
Film Editing by
Seth Casriel 
Matt Kosinski 
Matthew Probst  (as Matt Probst)
 
Casting by
Mia Levinson 
 
Production Design by
James Peter Blackmon 
Seth Meisterman 
 
Art Direction by
James Peter Blackmon 
Seth Meisterman 
 
Set Decoration by
Mike Kassak 
 
Makeup Department
Roland Blancaflor .... special makeup effects technician
Barney Burman .... special makeup effects artist
Tony Gardner .... special makeup effects designer
Timothy Huizing .... project supervisor
Jamie Kelman .... special makeup effects artist
Liz Mendoza .... makeup artist
Stephen Prouty .... lead makeup effects artist (as Steve Prouty)
Justin Stafford .... wig maker
 
Production Management
Mark Swenson .... production supervisor
Betsy Megel .... executive in charge of production (uncredited)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Craig Conolly .... first assistant director
Rachel Dickson .... second assistant director
Zach Hunt .... key second assistant director: second unit
 
Art Department
John Calderon .... special art effects
 
Sound Department
Joe Barnett .... sound re-recording mixer
Steve Bartkowicz .... sound re-recording engineer
Laurent Boudaud .... sound re-recording mixer
Kerry Ann Carmean .... sound editor
James Moriana .... foley artist
David Stanke .... first assistant sound editor
Brett Voss .... foley mixer
Mathew Waters .... sound re-recording mixer
Jeffrey Wilhoit .... foley artist
Michael D. Wilhoit .... supervising sound editor
Ben Wilkins .... sound editor
 
Special Effects by
Joe Dalo .... special effects
Joe Pancake .... special effects coordinator
Elia P. Popov .... special effects supervisor
Ryan Senecal .... special effects foreman
Chris L. Ward .... special effects technician
Douglas D. Ziegler .... special effects gang boss
 
Visual Effects by
Gus R. Aguilera .... rotoscope artist
Dwight Angelito .... stereoscopic artist
Yoichiro Aoki .... stereoscopic artist
Richard Aponte .... digital artist
John Allan Armstrong .... stereoscopic artist
Ankush Barman .... stereo roto and paint lead
K.C. Barnes .... stereoscopic roto artist
Davina Bilow .... stereoscopic roto artist
Shawn Briscoe .... stereoscopic artist
Steven J. Brooks .... stereoscopic artist
Marbella Calvillo .... stereoscopic artist
Glenn Campbell .... stereoscopic artist
Dheeraj Chaudhary .... stereoscopic roto lead
Aaron Chiesa .... digital artist
Bradley Chowning .... stereoscopic roto artist
Graham D. Clark .... stereographer (as Graham Clark)
Jimi Clark .... stereoscopic compositor
Robert Cole .... stereoscopic artist
Robert Cole .... visual effects
Liliana Colombo .... stereoscopic roto artist
Mary-Margaret Conley .... data I/O coordinator: Stereo D (as Mary Conley)
Carl Anthony Contreras .... stereoscopic roto artist
Maurice Cox .... stereoscopic roto artist
Robert Cristino .... lead roto artist
Robert Cristino .... stereoscopic roto lead
Jason Cutler .... stereoscopic artist
John Daro .... digital stereoscopic artist
Dane K. Dass .... stereoscopic artist
Rachel Decker .... data I/O coordinator
Valerie Delahaye .... visual effect producer: make inc
Loring Doyle .... rotoscope artist
Aubrey Dukes .... stereoscopic artist
Jon Earnest .... stereoscopic production coordinator
Greg Emerson .... senior stereoscopic production supervisor
John Erik Englund .... software engineer: Stereo D
Steven Fahey .... stereoscopic compositor
Patrick Falenofoa .... stereoscopic artist
Brian Fanska .... stereoscopic conversion artist
David Faulkner .... stereoscopic artist
Jeremiah Finn .... stereoscopic artist
Les Foor .... stereoscopic conversion artist
Edgar Garrido .... stereoscopic roto artist
Bryan Gauna .... head of technology: Stereo D
Sean Goldman .... senior stereoscopic compositor
David E. Groom .... stereoscopic executive producer
Kevin Hand .... stereoscopic artist
Kevin Hand .... stereoscopic artist
Josh Handley .... stereoscopic artist
Josh Handley .... stereoscopic conversion artist
Reginald Harber Jr. .... stereoscopic conversion artist
Aisling Harbert .... stereoscopic artist
Madeline Hazeley .... executive assistant to aaron parry: Stereo D
Mike F. Hedayati .... stereoscopic lead
Jason Heinze .... stereoscopic compositor
Bryan M. Higgins .... rotoscope artist
Renee Howerton .... stereoscopic artist
Luan Huynh .... systems administrator: Stereo D
Kuniaki Izumi .... development CTO: Stereo D
Jason A. Jenkins .... stereoscopic artist
Jeremy Jones .... stereoscopic artist
Jeremy Jones .... stereoscopic artist
Steven Kaelin .... stereoscopic artist
Hayley Lane .... stereoscopic artist
Gabe LaPoint .... stereoscopic artist
Josh Lingenfelter .... additional graphics
Son Lu .... stereoscopic artist
Travis Mangaoang .... stereoscopic roto artist
Lorenzo Mastrobuono .... stereoscopic roto artist
Rie Matsubara .... development: Stereo D
Don Mccoy .... stereoscopic artist
Russell McCoy .... stereoscopic artist
Rob McCurdy .... stereoscopic artist
Edward McDonough .... stereoscopic artist
Mark Menaker .... i.t. support: Stereo D
Carlos Mendoza Jr. .... stereoscopic artist
Jentzen Mooney .... pipeline programmer
William Morrison .... stereoscopic supervisor: Stereo D
Louis Moulinet .... stereoscopic production coordinator
Michael Murphy .... stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
Gerardo Navarro .... stereoscopic roto artist
Chris O'Connell .... stereoscopic roto artist
Chris O'Mahony .... stereoscopic roto artist
Aaron Parry .... stereoscopic executive producer
David Jeffrey Phillips .... stereoscopic lead
Mary Poplin .... stereoscopic artist
Jeremy Preissner .... desktop administrator: Stereo D
Tomas Pulmano .... pipeline T.D.
Bill Radtke .... stereoscopic production assistant
Justin Ray .... stereoscopic artist
Joe Reese .... stereoscopic artist
Sarah Reese-Edwards .... stereoscopic lead
Leroy Riche .... stereoscopic artist
Emanuel Rosario .... stereoscopic conversion artist
Theodore M. Sandifer .... stereoscopic artist
Tim Santos .... stereoscopic artist
Kevin Sarne .... executive assistant to David E. Groom: Stereo D
Davis Scott Porter Saunders .... stereoscopic lead
Evan Saunders .... stereoscopic artist
Daniel Schrepf .... stereoscopic roto artist
Jameson Schultz .... stereoscopic artist
Patrick Schultz .... stereoscopic compositor
Brian Schumacher .... stereoscopic artist
Raymond R. Scott Jr. .... stereoscopic roto artist
Mayank Shekhar .... roto/paint artist
David Shorey .... stereoscopic artist
Eric Sibley .... stereoscopic artist
Adnan Siddique .... stereoscopic roto artist
Adnan Sidique .... stereoscopic roto artist
Nickolas Stevens .... stereoscopic lead (as Nick Stevens)
Nickolas Stevens .... supervising lead stereoscopic artist
Chris Sutton .... stereoscopic roto artist
Brian Taber .... stereoscopic lead
Bryan Taylor .... stereoscopic paint artist
Robert Tobin .... stereoscopic conversion artist
Enrique Torres .... stereoscopic artist
Enrique Torres .... stereoscopic compositor
Lillian Tran .... stereoscopic roto artist
Arthur Vail III .... stereoscopic roto lead
Michael J. Viera .... stereoscopic artist
Emma Webb .... stereoscopic artist
Kenneth H. Wiatrak .... stereoscopic artist (as Kenneth Wiatrak)
Alex Wolfe .... stereoscopic conversion artist
Jesse Wolfe .... depth artist
Jesse Wolfe .... stereoscopic artist
Marvin Yanez .... stereoscopic roto lead
 
Stunts
Hank Amos .... stunts
Michael T. Brady .... stunts (as Mike Brady)
Clay Cullen .... stunts
Chris Daniels .... stunts
Roy Farfel .... stunt coordinator
Rick Franks .... stunts
Charles Grisham .... stunt coordinator
Antal Kalik .... stunts
Chris Papajohn .... stunts
Christopher Place .... covering stunt coordinator
Mark Rayner .... stunts
Jason Rodriguez .... stunt coordinator
Kevin Rogers .... stunts
Durk Tyndall .... stunt coordinator
Andy Bell .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Mark Rayner .... water safety (uncredited)
Kyle Weishaar .... stunt rigger (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Donny Anderson .... camera operator
Brannon D. Brown .... camera technician: phantom data management
Davie Carothers .... additional first assistant camera
Sean Cliver .... still photographer
Marcelo Colacilli .... chief lighting technician
Sean Coles .... camera operator
Jonathan Cushing .... assistant chief lighting technician
John J. Ellingwood .... assistant camera
Joseph Frantz .... camera operator
Chris Garlington .... best boy grip: additional photography
David Hagadorn .... electrician
Tom Heigl .... highspeed camera technician
Robert Howie .... digital imaging technician
Curt Morgan .... camera operator
Jeremiah Pitman .... camera operator
Rj Erin Reilly .... grip
Robert J. Reilly .... key rigging grip
Aaron Richards .... set lighting technician
Rocky Rodriguez .... key grip
Bryce Shields .... 3d video assist
Riley Sidore .... lamp operator
Tyler Swain .... camera operator
N. Owen Taylor Jr. .... 3d video assist
Kevin Wilt .... electrician
 
Casting Department
Samantha L. Morris .... casting assistant (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ginger Anglin-Cervantes .... costumes
 
Editorial Department
Milton Adamou .... iq artist
Susan Alexander .... digital intermediate producer
Gilbert Carreras .... color timer
Aaron M. Collins .... assistant 3d artist
John Daro .... digital intermediate colorist
Jesse Hoy .... post-production coordinator
Todd Kolker .... post-production executive
John Nicolard .... digital intermediate supervisor
Jason Pelham .... additional digital intermediate producer
Andrew Phares .... assistant editor
Bill Schultz .... digital intermediate executive
Damon Silvester .... key 3d artist
Joe VanDalsem .... key 3d artist
Karli Watland .... digital lab coordinator
 
Music Department
Nancy Gassner-Clayton .... singer: soprano
Ben Hochstein .... music supervisor
Jasper Randall .... choir contractor
Aron Pinsky .... music clearances (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
George Bolton .... driver
Mark Holmes .... transportation
Norma Leonard .... transportation assistant
Tim Schau .... transportation
Mario Simon .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Douglas Banks .... production assistant
Selina Becker .... researcher
Mike Bodkin .... digital production coordinator
Ernest Britt Jr. .... medic: first aid
Michael Brzeski .... production assistant
Moises Candelaria .... production assistant
Caryn Cheever .... first assistant accountant
Eben Davidson .... production executive
Maria Entraigues .... pilot
Manrico Erasmi .... key set production assistant
Mark Erman .... production assistant
Natalie Farrey .... assistant: Mr. Jonze
Jay Floyd .... clearance administrator
David Gene Gibbs .... pilot (as David G. Gibbs)
Gabriel Guilbeau .... animal wrangler
Joe Harkenrider .... assistant: Mr. Tremaine
Paula Holt .... accounting clerk
Rodger LaRue .... pilot (as Rodger Larue)
Stephen Marsh .... production assistant
Terrence Martin .... production coordinator
Dennis Meyer .... assistant: Mr. Knoxville
Kevin Mills .... assistant to Mr. Freda
Daniel Popent .... cast security
Chris Richard .... production secretary
Karen Scarborough .... payroll accountant
Lindsey Shupe .... production coordinator
Mitch Spacone .... system support: FotoKem
Craig W. van Gundy .... location manager
Greg Warshaw .... assistant to Mr. Taylor
Niki Weeks .... set medic
 
Thanks
Perry Chepski .... the producers wish to thank
Sam Macaroni .... very special thanks
 

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Also Known As:
"Jackass 3" - International (English title) (DVD title)
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MPAA:
Rated R for male nudity, extremely crude and dangerous stunts throughout, and for language
Runtime:
95 min | USA:94 min | 101 min (unrated version)
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1.78 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
The final Jackass appearance for Ryan Dunn before his premature death in a car crash. Dunn was killed 8 months after the film was released.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: In the final 'explosive' scene, before the plunger is pushed, the corner of the room that Bam Margera is sitting in is relatively empty. However, when the Johnny Knoxville orders everyone to put on their goggles and proceeds to push the plunger, a bookcase appears in the corner.See more »
Quotes:
Johnny Knoxville:[during the Sweatsuit Cocktail bit] Why Steve-O I believe this is the first cocktail you've had in two years.
Steve-O:[disgusted] Yeah. Here's to good health.
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Movie Connections:
Soundtrack:
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28 out of 37 people found the following review useful.
A Goal on an Empty Net, 27 October 2010
Author: Colin George from United States

How does one review "Jackass 3D"? The tertiary installment in MTV's prank and stunt franchise is basically immune to criticism because you get exactly what you pay for. Love it or hate it, "Jackass 3D" accomplishes just about everything it sets out to; in effect, Johnny Knoxville scores a goal on an empty net.

I am the anomaly, but I'd wager next to no one is 'on the fence' about whether or not they should see this film. They either contributed to the massive $50 million opening weekend box office cume, or they immediately dismissed it. In my case, however, having never seen the "Jackass" films wasn't a conscious snub. Believe it or not, there just always seemed to be something better to watch.

But mine's not a high horse. I sought out and watched "Jackass" and "Jackass: Number Two" the week prior to my first theater experience with the series, and I'm glad I did. After all, I grew up on "America's Funniest Home Videos" and throughout high school religiously followed the English hidden camera show "Trigger Happy TV." "Jackass" is not as clever as the latter, but by measure of unbridled chutzpah, Knoxville and Co. are the reigning kings.

Like a Victorian freak show or museum of oddities, the often self-destructive experiments of the "Jackass" crew are the guilty pleasures of our generation. There's something almost gladiatorial about watching the elaborate dangers these brave idiots subject themselves to. Man vs. bull, man vs. mule, man vs. man—our fascination with competition, spectacle, and injury is nothing new.

"Jackass 3D" being my first chance to observe others' response to these shenanigans, I was most amazed by the two-pronged reaction the audience had to the physical trauma the performers sustained. A given stunt would be executed, typically resulting in its participant doubling over in pain. The crowd laughed, as they'd been cued to. The film would then play back the moment in slow motion and suddenly everyone would groan or sharply inhale. Though we paid to laugh at people injuring themselves, what's more interesting is our ability to empathize with the depiction of human pain. That the "Jackass" films achieve both is not an insignificant feat.

This isn't the definitive "Jackass" experience, however. Having watched all three films in the span of a single week, I did discern a distinct arc that left me somewhat letdown with Knoxville's most recent effort. "Jackass: Number Two" improved upon the original with a more polished, professional look, and more elaborate and inventive stunts. It gave the genuine impression that the crew was pushing its boundaries and trumping itself wherever possible. That same sense of pioneering is largely missing from "Jackass 3D." The glasses- gimmick seems to supplant genuine innovation in their routine, and on the whole it feels slapdash in comparison to the conceptual genius of its prequel.

But what survives in "Jackass 3D," and what ultimately endeared me to the franchise is its creativity. Where it won me over was not in the painful payoff of each trick, but rather in the setup. The use of the camera to disorient, spotlight, and surprise is what really makes the series sing, and the trilogy is full of epiphanic moments of hilarity. "Jackass" has and always will be a potpourri of comedic elements, not all of which directly appeal to my specific sensibilities, but the variety is essential and the whole is somehow more than the sum of its parts.

I only wish "Jackass 3D" had more of the entrepreneurial spirit that so distinguished the second film. It may not be ambitious, but hey, a goal made on an empty net still counts.

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