JACKASS: THE MOVIE 2002

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Big screen outing for Johnny Knoxville and friends which features a variety of silly and dangerous stunts; including fun and games with golf carts, urine soaked snow cones and self-inflicted paper cuts. Series regulars Bam Margera, Steve-O, Dave England, Chris Pontius (alias Party Boy) and Jason Acuna (alias Wee Man) all make an appearance.

Starring:
Chris Pontius,Ryan Dunn
Runtime:
1 hour 24 minutes

JACKASS: THE MOVIE

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Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Jeff Tremaine
Starring Chris Pontius, Ryan Dunn
Supporting actors Steve-O, Dave England, Johnny Knoxville, Jason, Bam Margera
Studio Paramount
BBFC rating Suitable for 18 years and over
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S. Polling on 1 Mar 2004
Format: DVD
Out of the mouths of babes.
From humble beginnings on the little-known MTV network, a young visionary called Johnny Knoxville presents this powerful, shocking and ultimately challenging look at modern life. Johnny is charged with the mission of revealing the self-destructive nature of young males in a world without wars. He, and his band of acolytes, push the human form to its limits in an attempt to produce some reaction from a generation deadened to physical sensation through overuse.
The story unfolds through a series of disparate scenes, initially unrelated, but on second viewing revealing a moral profundity seldom matched in modern cinema. In one touching scene, Mr Margera sits passively through his son's desparate attempts to gain attention, by igniting fireworks in his room at 4am. Unable to raise even the pathological rage that would normally arise in such a situation, Mr Margera is clearly beyond help as a father, and can only be castigated for his lack of paternal instinct.
In another scene, "Steve-o" hangs upside down with a raw chicken protruding from his rectum. He pits his wits against one of nature's oldest killers, the alligator. In his petrified attempts to avoid the jaws of this noble beast, "Steve-o" disdainfully casts aside notions that humans are top of the evolutionary ladder. As his comrades stand by in awed silence, "Steve-o" perhaps provides a glimpse of man in an earlier state, trying to protect his meal from the grasp of hungry predators.
To continue would simply detract from the joys of discovering for yourselves the extra depths hidden in this contemporary masterpiece. I urge everyone to watch this film. You may even find that, in exploring the masochistic tendancies of the human male, it awakens a physical response in you. My girlfriend, for example, is inexplicably compelled to rush from the room, leaving me to my musings almost as soon as the opening credits roll.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Picard TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 6 Oct 2006
Format: DVD
Its crazy at times, and just mindless for others, yet its just.. fun! Johnny Knoxville and his 'buddies' tour the likes of Japan to simply, be Jackasses. From running around in panda suits, to setting off fireworks in a bedroom at night, it'll have you in stiches of laughter by the end - Guranteed! And the good news is, you just never get tired of it! Its ideal when your bored, or with mates at home.

The only DVD i've watched that has made me laugh so much, with little to no directing, and absolutely no script or acting! Get this now!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 18 Aug 2003
Format: DVD
This really has no story line it's just like a normal episode of the small clips they show, but the movie is extended and much much more funny. I was laughing so hard i started caughing. This film also makes you want to vomit aswell with some of the clips where the crew vomiting. Here are few things the jackass crew do in the movie, Walking the tight rope ontop of a alligator pool, and chris pontius being the party boy in japan. I dont want to say too much see it for your self. It is brilliant it is well worth to buy or hire repeatedly every day of the year. 10 stars out of 5
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I know what you're thinking. "He gave 4 stars for 'Jackass?' This dude has officially lost his mind." But believe me when I tell you that I had NO interest in seeing this movie until a co-worker of mine INSISTED that I borrow his DVD and watch it. And, believe it or not, it's way funnier than it ever has a right to be. Considering that "Jackass" has no plot or performances, it's not really, in the classic sense, a movie and it shouldn't be reviewed as such. Based on the MTV show of the same name, it's a random collage of gross-out stunts performed by a bunch of dudes, and they push the raunch factor as far as an "R" rating can allow. Some are hilarious, and others just crash the ceiling of good taste. Johnny Knoxville and his cohorts go through a series of wild escapades that are not only extremely dangerous, but also humiliating. Who, in their right mind, would walk on a tightrope above a lake of raging crocodiles and wearing only briefs? Most of us wouldn't, but it's perversely fun to watch these dudes try. Highlights include snorting wasabi at a local sushi bar, applying electro shock pads to various body parts, lighting up huge fireworks indoors at the wee hours of the morning, shopping mall boxing, climbing over literally hundreds of live mousetraps, rollerblading with "rocket skates," and getting a tattoo in a speeding Jeep with Henry Rollins. Let's not forget the discharge of several body fluids which I can't even mention. "Jackass" isn't a movie worth analyzing or dissecting: it's just an exercise in gross-out comedy at its most primitive. Art-house film snobs needn't bother.
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Format: DVD
If you thought the TV show was outrageous, wait 'til you get a load of the movie...
Yep, the outrageous MTV show now has its very own movie. "Jackass: The Movie" includes all of your favorite misfits as they perform some of the most outrageous, painful, and disgusting stunts ever to be caught on camera. Join Johnny Knoxville and his gang as they do everything possible to make sure that this is the most outrageous and disgusting thing your eyes have ever seen. I will not give away any of the stunts, for what's so great about the movie is being surprised.
There's no storyline, no plot, and no set-up. It is what it is, and it makes no apologies. That's why I love it so much. I have never cringed so many times in my life! I was laughing non-stop and my eyes were flooded with tears when it was all said and done. Be warned, this is NOT for people who get easily offended or disgusted. This is not for people with weak stomachs. If you don't like anything that's distasteful, then skip this one right now. Don't even attempt it.
If you hate the show, you will hate the movie. THAT is a fact. Don't even bother. All it will do is make you angry that you wasted your time with it. If you love the show, then you will most likely love the movie.
The DVD is outstanding, being that it is loaded with so many special features for you to play around with. The best are the 27 additional minutes (separate feature from the movie) that were deemed to outrageous for the theatres. It's like watching a complete Jackass episode uncensored. Other features included are two commentary tracks, "making-of" feature, outtakes, trailer and promo spots, music videos and more! The commentary tracks are hilarious and are worth checking out. (Especially the cast commentary track.
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