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  • Actors: Eddie Macsalka, Hans Swolfs, Alexander Loyless
  • Directors: Jason A. Carbone, Mike Fleiss
  • Writers: Jason A. Carbone, Mike Fleiss
  • Producers: Mike Fleiss, Sean C. Alvarez, Mark Herwick, Kristian House, Scott Jeffress
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Norwegian, Swedish, English
  • Dubbed: French
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Universal Pictures UK
  • DVD Release Date: 30 Jan. 2013
  • Run Time: 76 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00099BJ6G
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 88,764 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Like The Real Cancun, Drunken Jackasses: The Quest is a reality-based film that follows a group of college students on their spring break. Here, seven guys from the University of Colorado travel to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, in search of booze, girls, and endless partying. Their ultimate goal, the titular quest, is to ensure that the final virgin of the group doesn't return home that way. Drunken Jackasses is the brainchild of Jason Carbone and Mike Fleiss, the reality-TV mavens behind The Bachelor and Road Rules

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Like The Real Cancun, Drunken Jackasses: The Quest is a reality-based film that follows a group of college students on their spring break. Here, seven guys from the University of Colorado travel to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, in search of booze, girls, and endless partying. Their ultimate goal, the titular quest, is to ensure that the final virgin of the group doesn't return home that way. Drunken Jackasses is the brainchild of Jason Carbone and Mike Fleiss, the reality-TV mavens behind The Bachelor and Road Rules.

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40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. Younghusband on 5 Aug. 2005
Format: DVD
Very poor film, I purchased it hoping to get something in a similar to American Pie, and was hugely disappointed. Its a 'real life' video experience, following round a group of young geeks trying to find women. Simply not funny, and even at 1hr 15mins is boring!
If you are hoping for an American Pie type film, you will be sadly disappointed. Please avoid, do not make the same mistake I did by buying this!
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When I bought this film I thought it was going to be like 'American Pie' but if that's what you're after then this may not be your cup of tea. Once you have accepted that this is totally different then you'll start to enjoy it. It may sound rubbish but believe me there are so many classic moments in this that can't be missed. If you are a drunk guy, appreciate drunk guys or generally can appreciate drunken humour this is a must. Buy this film, I can guarantee that you won't have seen anything quite like it. Watch out for the midgets, boobs, bellybuttons and foam parties!
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By GPR on 9 April 2011
Format: DVD
This is the most pathetic pile of dross I've ever sat through.
Purporting to be 'reality' based, it is instead extremely badly constructed and acted.
It is unfunny - even in comparison with the worst parts of 'Jackass' and does not deserve to have had such a wide release. In my opinion the makers owe myself and anyone else who has endured this tripe some compensation.
I am only disappointed that the star rating system on here does not have a negative or minus option!
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13 of 18 people found the following review helpful By David on 23 Sept. 2005
Format: DVD
This movie is basically a reality tv programme following the exploits of a bunch of lads heading south from Colorado to a resort town in Mexico for 'spring break'. While that superficially sounds like it will be crap and you can watch MTV any day of the week to see americans acting stupid, it really is a lot better that that.
For a start, there's a reason for the trip - a 'quest'; to get Eddie - a quiet young man who at 21 apppears to be the last virgin in town - laid. The rest of the guys are thoroughly supportive of this venture and spend the time getting drunk and debaucherous while we watch Eddie bumble, fumble and trip over his tongue in front of a bunch of young ladies over the course of a week away.
Secondly, while it appears that they are just a bunch of drunkards, you can feel the underlying messages behind the movie. Its funny how the gang need to get absolutely wasted every night to meet women, but that also says a lot about our current society and the lack of courage / self esteem that young men suffer from in everyday life. Fuelled with drink we become 'larger than life' characters. Watching Hans (the star of the movie) be the life and soul of the party early on each night but ultimately end up a blithering mess each night, collapsed in a variety of strange locations is hilarious but a little bit sad. And you can't help but feel that Hans just wants a big hug.
And eventually the success of Eddie's quest isn't solved by drunken fumblings with a stranger in a bar, but through a different, more normal approach. I can't say any more about that without ruining it, but what he does after his very, very funny.
It's an interesting, funny, and enjoyable romp and most of the time doesnt't feel like a documentary at all. In fact, it plays out like most of the best teen / road trip comedies.
Oh and there are two dwarves in the movie, who at first are amusing, but after a while you just start feeling sorry for them.
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