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Jackass 2.5 -- Jackass 2.5 Trailer
Jackass 2.5 -- Clip: Wee Matador
Jackass 2.5 -- Clip: Fat Monkey
Jackass 2.5 -- Clip: Finger nails
Jackass 2.5 -- Clip: Pee gun

Overview

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Release Date:
19 December 2007 (USA) See more »
Tagline:
The movie with all the stuff we couldn't show in theaters.
Plot:
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 »
User Reviews:
I don't really see the point of this movie. See more (15 total) »

Cast

  (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
 
Original Music by
Sam Spiegel (original score composed and produced by)
 
Cinematography by
Lance Bangs 
Dimitry Elyashkevich 
 
Costume Design by
Sarah de Sa Rego 
 
Production Management
Knate Lee .... unit manager (as Knate Gwaltney)
 
Sound Department
Peter Arata .... re-recording mixer
Tyler Bender .... sound mixer
 
Stunts
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
 
Thanks
Terry Hardy .... thanks
 

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64 min
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Trivia:
Was briefly made officially available for online viewing to U.S. residents before the DVD release.See more »
Quotes:
Johnny Knoxville:[at the driving range] Please hit the idiots. Pass it on.See more »
Movie Connections:
Spoofs Patton (1970)See more »

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8 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
I don't really see the point of this movie., 12 June 2008
Author: Boba_Fett1138 from Groningen, The Netherlands

This is basically the same as a DVD featurette for the movie "Jackass Number Two" with cut material and some behind the scenes footage. They say that they filmed so much material for "Jackass Number Two" and it was enough to make a whole new movie with and that's why they made "Jackass 2.5". But seriously, isn't this simply anything more than a simple way to cash in more of the success of the previous Jackass movies and TV show, one year after the release of "Jackass Number Two"?

It already sort of says it, this movie is filled with material that didn't end up in "Jackass Number Two", which basically means it are left overs, so it isn't as good as the things you can see in "Jackass Number Two". Yes of course the movie will still make you laugh but it just isn't as good and solid as "Jackass Number Two".

First they show an entire sequence and then next they tell us why this part didn't ended up being in "Jackass Number Two". Now this just doesn't seem right and actually quite pointless. Or at least it is for a movie. Like I said before, as a DVD featurette this would work out but just not like this.

It's fun to see the cast and crew talking about the making of "Jackass Number Two" and telling how they got their ideas but once more, this would of course work out better as a DVD featurette.

Yes, for most part this movie is still great fun to watch and of course still a must see for the die hard fans but even they shall most likely end up being disappointed with this product that you just can't really call a movie.

6/10

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