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19 December 2007 (USA) See more »
The movie with all the stuff we couldn't show in theaters.
The crew have now set off to finish what as left over from Jackass 2.0, and in this version they have Wee Man use a 'pee' gun on themselves... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Johnny Knoxville ... Himself

Bam Margera ... Himself

Preston Lacy ... Himself

Dave England ... Himself

Chris Pontius ... Himself

Jason 'Wee Man' Acuña ... Himself (as Wee Man)

Ehren McGhehey ... Himself

Ryan Dunn ... Himself

Steve-O ... Himself

Jeff Tremaine ... Himself
Mat Hoffman ... Himself
Phil Margera ... Himself
April Margera ... Herself

Brandon DiCamillo ... Himself (as Brandon Dicamillo)

Rakeyohn ... Himself (as Rake Yohn)
Sean Cliver ... Himself
Dimitry Elyashkevich ... Himself
Jack Polick ... Himself
Loomis Fall ... Himself
Trip Taylor ... Himself

Paul Beauregard ... Himself (as D.J. Paul)

Jordan Houston ... Himself (as Juicy J)
Project Pat ... Himself
Rick Kosick ... Himself
Scott Manning ... Himself
Mike Kassak ... Himself
Manny Puig ... Himself
Seamus Frawley ... Himself

Spike Jonze ... Himself / Old Woman
Clyde Singleton ... Himself

Jeffrey Ross ... Himself
Patty Perez ... Herself

Mike Judge ... Himself
Dennis Deveaugh ... Himself
Brandon Novak ... Himself
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Daniel Alvarez ... Himself
Shridhar Chillal ... Himself
Sarah de Sa Rego ... Herself
T. Nigs ... Himself (as T-Nigs)
David Weathers ... Himself
Greg Wolf ... Himself

Directed by
Jeff Tremaine 
Produced by
Sean Cliver .... co-producer
Dimitry Elyashkevich .... co-producer
Derek Freda .... executive producer
David Gale .... executive producer
Spike Jonze .... producer
Johnny Knoxville .... producer
Bam Margera .... co-producer
Trip Taylor .... executive producer
Van Toffler .... executive producer
Jeff Tremaine .... producer
Greg Wolf .... associate producer
Shanna Zablow .... coordinating producer
Cinematography by
Lance Bangs 
Dimitry Elyashkevich 
Costume Design by
Sarah de Sa Rego 
Production Management
Knate Gwaltney .... unit manager
Sound Department
Peter Arata .... sound re-recording mixer
Tyler Bender .... sound mixer
Grady Allen Bishop .... utility stunts
James Cheek .... stunts
Andrew Scott Dixon .... stunt coordinator
Jeff Galpin .... assistant stunt coordinator
Dwayne Hargo Jr. .... stunts
Judd Leffew .... stunts
Phi-Long Nguyen .... utility stunts
Amy Tomberlin .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Joseph Frantz .... camera operator
Editorial Department
Seth Casriel .... supervising editor
Jesse Hoy .... post-production coordinator
Russell Lynch .... colorist
Other crew
K. Jessica Doyle .... production assistant
Michael A. Galasso .... production coordinator (as Mike Galasso)
Stephen Marsh .... production assistant
Terry Hardy .... thanks

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64 min

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Was briefly made officially available for online viewing to U.S. residents before the DVD release.See more »
Johnny Knoxville:Hey sir, would you mind driving a golf ball off my friend's crotch?See more »
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References "Beavis and Butt-Head" (1993)See more »


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If you're gonna be done, ya gotta me tough, 22 June 2011
Author: Steve Pulaski from United States

Jackass: Number Two director Jeff Tremaine claims that when the gang shot the film, they had enough footage to make two complete films. Jackass 2.5 is the footage that didn't make the final cut. It's hard to call a sixty-four minute film a "movie," but it's not like this is completely failed, throw-away material. We should be grateful we saw it in the first place.

Jackass 2.5 is in no way the "failed" stunts. These stunts were passed with grade A idiocracy. They just weren't cool enough to get in the big film. Some of the stunts are very well done. I loved the "Mini Motor Cycle Mayhem" because I've always wanted to just completely trash a supermarket in a weird way.

My favorite stunt is performed by the remarkable duo of Preston Lacy and Jason "Wee Man" Acuna. The gang paints Lacy like King Kong with interior black paint, and place him on top of a port-a-potty on top of a hill (he has a great fear of heights). So the struggle for him is to not get hit with planes and face his "fatty-fall-down-phobia." Wee Man, dressed like a women, is clinging to his side yelling "save me" while Lacy swats at remote control airplanes before falling. Hilarity, and really a surprise it wasn't cut from the right cloth.

I liked when Bam flew a kite. And that's all I'm willing to say about that. Some of the stunts left me speechless. But with Jackass, that's something you have to expect.

I enjoyed a lot of the interviews conducted with most of the cast. I sort of wish there were more scattered throughout the movie to make it longer. We get a lot of Tremaine commentary about the film, which I have no problem with. I'd like to hear how Jackass is made from the director's point of view.

Jackass 2.5 is in no way made of "garbage" or "epic fails." It's made of, quite possibly, two of the best stunts ever performed in Jackass history. When it comes to comedy, Knoxville and the gang know how to do it the seemingly easy way.

Starring: Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Ryan Dunn, Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Jason "Wee Man" Acuna, Preston Lacy, Dave England, and Ehren McGhehey. Directed by: Jeff Tremaine.

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