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Johnny Knoxville and his crazy friends appear on the big screen for the very first time in Jackass: The Movie. They wander around Japan in panda outfits, wreak havoc on a once civilized golf course, they even do stunts involving LIVE alligators, and so on. While Johnny Knoxvile and his pals put their life at risk, they are entertaining people at the same time. Get ready for Jackass: The Movie!!
Their just a bunch of cunts but thats why i like them.
If someone told me I'd be amused by a group of grown men shooting fireworks out of their ass and eating urine snow cones, I'd say they were crazy. But somehow it works. It's disgusting and juvenile, yes. But it's funny, damn it.
"It's a toy car"
Completely devoid of any plot, and occasionally really misses the mark, but watching these guys actually really perform these stunts is a ridiculously entertaining treat and an often pretty gut - busting hilarious one. It runs short enough that it manages to not overstay its welcome even when some of it might get a little too obnoxious. These guys are clearly best buds having a blast being insane and it makes for all the more fun of a watch.
Picture the scene: It's your day off. The only one you'll have for a while thanks to some horrible shift placements at work. You decide to watch a film. But what should you chose? Sure, you've got some sitting around you haven't watched yet. You were going to rewatch Magnolia or There Will Be Blood at some point. But what do you go for? Probably the dumbest, most low-brow film in your collection.
And you know what, I bloody love it. I know I shouldn't. I know that it's a bunch of guys that thought filming themselves hurt each other, pooping, and shoving toy cars up their bums would be better than a real job, but it's so damn funny…
The Good: The intro. Golf cart antics. The big cone. Ass kicked by girl. Night pandas. April's alligator. Bam's dad on the toilet. BMX tug-of-war. Golf course air horn. Butt x-ray.
The Bad: More misses than hits. The grossest and most juvenile of the three films.
The Bottom Line: The sequels are better than this. It's just amazing how after 25 episodes, three movies, and countless insane stunts, none of them died during filming.
Jackass doesn't have much to offer except gross-out humour, and plenty of belly laughs (If you like this sort of thing, but it isn't trying to offer anything more. Many would say 'Who would want to watch a group of MEN doing the most childish, pathetic and senseless things, just to satisfy their immature needs?' Well, some people like playing football, some people like cooking, some people like painting; these guys like doing crazy stuff it's as simple as that.The bottom-line is, You either love it or you hate it, and I am proud to say I love it!
I guess que c'était meilleur quand je l'ai vu au Starcité à 16 ans...
I suppose this is the new John Waters, or something. Unfortunately for all its shock value (and even that decreases as it continues) , it's basically devoid of the wit, social satire, and heart that makes Waters' films more than the sum of their gross-outs. I'm not the target audience here, I suppose. I think I can live with that.
The amount of drugs and alcohol involved had to be unbelievable
The first entry into this almighty trilogy was by far my least favorite of the three. This has nothing to do with the footage quality being terrible or the editing being so unpolished as compared to later entries. It's the fact that the quality of the stunts themselves were usually no better if not less exciting that what was seen on tv. Of course, the Butterbean, Off-Road Tattoo and Toy Car bits were pure genius, the majority of content was pretty tame to have been reserved for a theatrical version.
This one was all about hype and the fact that we get to see Jackass on a big screen. That's exciting. It's awesome. Of course it'd be enough to get…
I'm GetFlecked, and today, I'm gonna give a positive review on Jackass: The Movie!
My brother may have not made the best decisions. One that my parents would certainly never approve of his buying Jackass: The Movie on On Demand. I was still in 3rd or 4th grade at the time, and now I'm going on 9th. But back then, I ended up watching this film with him and (maybe, if I correctly recall) his friends, who weren't the best people to be influenced by. It was the first R-rated film I ever watched completely. A lot of you might think it's surprising to see THIS be the first R-rated film I ever saw, especially since I was so young…
I used to like this a whole lot more but still got some good laughs out of it.
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Believe me, I'm not trying to act like I'm 'above' Jackass or anything like that. I L-O-V-E Two and Three, but this one is just a bummer. A few good bits but they are surrounded by some very basic stuff that is boring as hell. They use (bad) special effects on the beginning and the ending, ignoring all of what works about Jackass (hint: it's not the poorly written, poorly delivered lines they are given occasionally).
Some of this holds up, some of it doesn't. It's all basically juvenile garbage (that I thought was hilarious when it first came out, and I still found myself chuckling from time to time). But it's interesting to think about this in the context of the time it was released. This was well before the YouTube black hole existed; nowadays, you can find a nearly never-ending supply people doing crazy shit or "fail" videos or whatever you could imagine. But in 2002...
A little backstory which might explain my initial fascination with Jackass: The Movie:
When I was in high school and early college, I rode around on a skateboard, which naturally led to skate magazines and skate videos. I…
Can't tell if satire or not.
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