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Jackass 3.5 [Blu-ray]  [Region Free]
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JACKASS 3.5 mixes extra footage shot for JACKASS 3 and new made for digital content.
There's a general consensus among Jackass fans that too much is never enough, and that seems to be the impetus for this one-more-time collection of imprudent stunts and uncensored idiotic hilarity that's been collected exclusively for the home market in Jackass 3.5. Some of the material consists of brief interview snippets of the Jackass troupe while on tour promoting the international theatrical release of Jackass 3-D, but most of it is leftover bits of the outrageous and downright dangerous gags and pranks they've been pulling for a decade. The same gang's all here--Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Steve-O, Wee Man, Ryan Dunn, Chris Pontius, et al.--and the friends fall about laughing and pointing fingers from the sidelines as they watch each other get hurt and humiliated in a variety of creatively moronic ways. The stupid stunts include "Barrel Surfing," "Enema Long Jump," "Belt Sander Skates," "Dildo Bazooka," "Electric Limbo," "Fart Darts," and "Snapping Alligator Turtle," many of which are performed naked or with the participants clothed only in tiny thong underwear. Hardcore fans will be howling right along with their favorite performers, and it's hard not to get pulled into the air of group stupidity even though the whole thing wears a little thin. As an adjunct to the continued Jackass stunt fest is one of the disc's bonus features, a documentary titled Jackass: The Beginning, which is structured around a casual couch-side interview with Knoxville, Spike Jonze, and Jeff Tremaine, the creative team that sold the Jackass concept to MTV in 2000. They reminisce about some of their favorite moments from the first seasons, many of which involve getting stopped by the cops. There's a lot of early footage never scene on the original MTV show, as well as some of the raw skate videos that were the stylistic form that birthed the Jackass troupe and their unsafe, on-the-fly buffoonery. Jonze admits with a wistful sigh that "we were making up the format of the show as we went along." Knoxville adds an obvious comment, but one that needed to be said: "It's still stupid 10 years later." Other disc extras include a few deleted scenes and outtakes (which are kind of hard to tell apart from what actually made it into the final cut), plus some behind-the-scenes anarchic foolishness from the gang's promotional tour of Europe for the release of the 3-D movie. In all, Jackass 3.5 is a must-have for Jackass completists; for everyone else it's more a can't-look-away piece of senselessly hazardous hilarity.--Ted Fry
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There is a lot of footage of Ryan Dunn in this too, and it feels slightly odd to be watching it relatively soon after his death. Whatever you think of Dunn's death, as with much of the rest of Jackass, it always seems that the main protagonists were great friends to each other and genuinely enjoyed what they were doing in a stupid kind of way, and for that, Dunn must be greatly missed by his compadres.
Well there not this is very good a 90 min film with an extra 15 min bonus features.
I think the .5s are just as better as the normel films as you get to see what the crew and the jackasses thout about the skits.
peple say that the .5s are too much talk and not enough action well no is your a true jackass fan you will think the same.
a good mix of skits they do some funny stuff with tredmils,mentos and cola and snapping turtals.
worth a watch
I was expecting it even more after the tragic death of Ryan Dunn, because this was gonna be the last Jackass Film ever.
Now for the Facts:
It's not only a collection of Jackass Skits and stunts, it has also the crew giving Interviews and telling stories. This shows, how much fun they had during the shoot.
Extras are as always dleted and extended scenes, outtakes and so on. But by far the best feature is the featurette about the beginning of Jackass where you see the first stunt of each character and you get a lot of funny stories.
Technically the disc is very very HiDef. Fantastic Picture and Sound.
There's only one bad thing about this movie is: IT ENDS WAY TOO SOON! ;)
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As a fan of jackass I love the box sets and happy with quick speedy servicePublished 11 months ago by Krissigirl