If you never liked Jackass the tv show, or indeed the first Jackass movie, then you won't like this one. Have been watching it again in anticipation for the Jackass 2.5 release. From the stunning opener which finds the crew 'Running with the bulls', to the audacious and fantastically inept song and dance routine closer, the movie drags the viewer along for the ride. Providing laughs, groans, and more than a few moments where, this viewer at least, was watching from behind my hands, this movie is intense. There are moments (the Toro Totter stunt, for example) where things go from funny to scary quite rapidly. There are the incredibly involved stunts (the Terror Taxi - which is one of the few skits that doesn't bear repeated viewings) and the so simple you wish you'd thought of them. Very few miss the mark, though some do - but it's all personal taste. What one person finds funny another won't.
The dvd is packed with great extras - extra skits, trailers, deleted scenes, bloopers (though quite how you can have bloopers on a film like this I don't know!) and a great commentary. I was worried after hearing the messy commentaries for the tv boxset, and wanted there to be two commentaries as there was on the first movie - but they seem to have learned from their mistakes and everyone is given a fair chance to speak. Though Johnny Knoxville is obviously pushed to the front and heard from most, it is also brilliant to hear from 'lesser' members of the team such as Dave England and Ehren McGehey.
Not sure yet if I am with Bam on hoping that there is no Jackass number three. There are points in this movie where you realise just how unbelieveably lucky these guys are.