Because too much is never enough! The complete cast and crew of Jackass 3D return with an all-new UNRATED movie. Loaded with OVER AN HOUR of outrageous bonus footage, get all of the ... See full summary »
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.
Johnny Knoxville and his crazy friends appear on the big screen for the very first time in Jackass: The Movie. They wander around Japan in panda outfits, wreak havoc on a once civilized golf court, they even do stunts involving LIVE alligators, and so on. While Johnny Knoxvile and his pals put their life at risk, they are entertaining people at the same time. Get ready for Jackass: The Movie!!Written by
The final segment, "Butt X-ray", had to be edited as any scenes of a toy car being inserted into Ryan Dunn's anus would be classified as pornographic and instantly land the film with an NC-17 rating. Such a rating would have severely limited the film's audiences. See more »
In the opening scene, where Johnny Knoxville is taking the rental car to the shop, in the top left corner, a boom mic is clearly visible. This is a reality film that breaks the fourth wall constantly - crew/equipment visible goofs are not mistakes in this genre. See more »
As the credits end, Rip mentions 'the next one should be The Son Of Jackass'. Fade to '2063: The Son Of Jackass', where an elderly version of the crew (as seen on Spike Jonez, Bam Margera, and Johnny Knoxville in the movie itself) attempts to escape explosions, flying debris, trucks, and crashing sheds. Only Steve O. makes it out alive. See more »
Although passed without interference for cinema release, the BBFC insisted upon warning captions being placed on screen during the more dangerous stunts (e.g. the fireworks segments). See more »
You may or may not believe that sane people would re-enact what they see in movies - I generally don't. However this movie made me think twice about being liberal on what can be shown on the screen or not. With the vandalism going on in our cities, this is exactly what I don't want to be shown to young folks who are easily impressed and consider the displayed activities cool. The disclaimer at the beginning is nothing but a legal figleaf - I think we all know that we'll see the young and stupid follow up on what they've seen here. The movie has no redeeming artistic value, it's about as funny as it would be to watch kitties being tortured with a blowtorch and the thought that the morons acting in it are not doing jail time or community service until they grow up is an itch I can't scratch. My suggestion would be to confiscate the revenue from this movie and put it in a fund to repair damage done by vandalism in our communities.
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