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- Jackass is an American stunt and prank show, originally shown on MTV from 2000 to 2002, featuring people performing various dangerous, crude, ridiculous, and self-injuring stunts and pranks. The show served as a launchpad for the television and acting careers of Johnny Knoxville and Bam Margera.
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Jackass 3 (Two-Disc Anaglyph 3D DVD / Blu-ray Combo + Digital Copy)
3 times the laughs. 3 times the stupid. 3 times the pain. The Jackass guys are back for their wildest round of mischief and mayhem yet! You’ll laugh ‘til your bladder pops or your spleen spleens as Johnny Knoxville goes roller-skating in a buffalo herd, Bam Margera barrels through a hallway of high-voltage stun guns, and Steve-O takes to the skies in a fully-loaded porta-potty. Get ready to go AC or DC with your choice of theatrical or unrated version, loaded with all the outrageous footage not shown in theaters. So brace yourself for uncensored, unbelievable and totally explicit stunts from the idiots you’ve come to know and love from a safe and sanitary distance!
Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, and the gang are back in Jackass 3D, with another set of stunts that are painful to watch, yet extremely funny. It's hard not to get caught up in the joy these guys get out of playing together. And that's the key to this movie--even though Knoxville is 39 here, these are boys playing. The film was shot in 3D--this is no cheap conversion--and it brings you into the action, as when the guys attempt a game of beehive tetherball and the theater itself gets swarmed. Some of the 3D camera operators might not have been ready for Jackass; even one of the veteran cinematographers of the Jackass TV show gets repeatedly ill while he tries to shoot scenes. This film is not for the squeamish when it comes to bodily fluids. The best moments are when one of the guys gets that "How did I get myself into this?" look before attempting a stunt, such as running down a hallway rigged with stun guns and cattle prods. Yes, it's juvenile, and you may have to assure yourself that you still have a brain afterward (if you've read Dostoevsky, remind yourself of that fact), but you can't deny that it's darn funny. --Paige Newman
Jackass at Gumball 3000
The 2006 Gumball 3000 kicked off in London on 30 April. To the side we can see Jackass stars, Ryan Dunn and Bam Margera! Around the World in 8 Days!
Hello, I'm Johnny Knoxville, Welcome to Jackass!
All the jackasses you love from the MTV series are back performing stunts no one would let them pull on television.
Some critics see the success of Jackass: The Movie as the last nail in the coffin of civilization, and they're probably right. This compilation of pain-inflicting stunts and embarrassing pranks has no artistic merit whatsoever--which doesn't keep it from being freakishly entertaining. Among other things, Johnny Knoxville and his posse get beaten up by a female kick-boxing champion; shoot bottle rockets out of their rectums; run amok in Japan wearing giant panda bear costumes; swim with whale sharks while holding pounds of brine shrimp in their swimsuits; and get done up in realistic old-age makeup so that they can race each other in motorized wheelchairs, among other goofs. It's a weird mixture of machismo and masochism, adolescent recklessness and frat boy homoeroticism, and someday someone will write a doctoral thesis about how Jackass relates to our safety-obsessed society. In the meantime, just enjoy. --Bret Fetzer