You either love Jackass or you don't and you've probably made your mind up about it by now, but it's this polarising aspect of the show that makes it so much fun when you're a fan.
Marking the 10th Anniversary of their debut, the Jackass crew we all know & love are back for another movie; making use of the 3D technology to capture the stunts and skits in glorious detail. Whilst essentially there is no plot [like their other films], this instalment really captures the human-side of the crew as they have grown over the years and gives their perspectives and goals.
There is the usual selection of outrageous and disgusting 'shock-value' pranks as well as ones that truly test the mettle of the guys as they fret over the coming stunts; combining to give a feature length episode of Jackass-goodness that will have you in stitches. The 3D aspect is ushered in by Beavis & Butt-head
who explain the technology in a pretty hilarious skit at the beginning but the 3D aspect really isn't used all that well and only a couple of scenes actually gain anything by being shot in 3D. There are also numerous guest appearances throughout the film including [of course] Rip Taylor.
The Blu-ray has quite a few extras on it as the guys obviously got a tonne of shots that didn't make the final cinematic cut but are still very funny additions to the batch. So included on the disk as follows:
The Unrated Version of the Film, Theatrical Version of the Film, an MTV Making Of Special, 11 Deleted Scenes & 29 Outtakes and of course the original Trailer for the film.
All in all, the best Jackass film by a mile wrapped up in enough extras to double the length of the film. A must have for fans!!