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Plot: 'Jackass 3D' opens with the entire cast all lined up, each wearing a different color of the rainbow, in front of a rainbow colored background, each in turn being attacked in various ways. Some of the footage is slowed down for maximal effect. This is repeated again at the end of the movie with additional explosions mixed in with gallons of water to wash away the cast- chaos is resumed. Throughout the movie the team are subjected to the usual foray of physical abuse from team members or perform hilarious stunts (including some of the more stomach turning stunts such as the Sweat suit cocktail, Toy Train Eruption and Poo Cocktail Supreme - not for the weak stomached!). Runtime: 94 mins Release Date: 14 Oct 2010
Just saw this at an advanced screening in Long Beach and I must say the Jackass crew is back. This movie is exactly what I was expecting it to be. My friends and I debated whether or not the guys were too old but apparently they were offered enough money to not care much. This is just like Jackass Number 2 in that they got a big budget to do the set piece stunts. There is still the low key, sneak up on people pranks, but now in glorious slow motion.The set piece stunts are in bright and crisp 3D that really adds to the effect of whatever they are trying to do. As others have stated the intro <more>
is pretty cool but I was actually left wanting just a bit more. Note the paintballs though, in amazing 3D. This is Johnny, Ryan Dunn, Steve-o, Pontius, and Weeman's show. Dave and Aaron end up getting hurt as usual but are awesome sports.There are more gross out and insane, painful stunts than pranks on unwitting public people, but a few of the funniest skits fall into the latter category. The midget couple at the bar is the funniest in the movie by far. These guys are as funny as always and their genuine friendship is really quite nostalgic at the end. Its been nearly 10 years since Jackass went off the air and these guys are really still at the top of their game. The entire theater was crying with laughter the entire film. I was invited to stay after for a post film discussion and one of the other people summed it up nicely by saying he felt that not a single skit was a misfire. Matt Hoffman, Jeff Tremaine, and Spike Jonze were in the crowd.Of the 25 or so people that stayed after the film, 22 thought it was the best of the trilogy.
Warning ~ Just a heads up to parents..... (by sharon_scinta)
My family and I just got back from seeing the movie. We love all the movies and the show on MTV. This movie is very funny. It was really great to hear the entire theater laughing hysterically. We need more of that especially with the problems today. I do want to warn you that a couple of the guys show their penis on several occasions. My 21 year old daughter was shocked as she has never seen even one and she just saw several. We all loved the movie and is just what the doctor ordered.Another warning !!!!!!!!!!! Pee before the movie starts or you will have an accident, it's that funny! <more>
Jackass 3D is the best 3D movie of all time, if not the best movie of all time. (by jehesselberg)
Utilizing state-of-the-art 3D cameras and high speed slow-motion, Jackass is considerably the best 3D movie of all time, if no THE best movie of all time. Unlike other 3D movies which use the technology as a gimmick to have things appear to fly out at the audience "whoa, that hand looks like it's coming out at me!" Jackass does not. In Jackass, there is more play with perspective and depth of field. Making object appear either closer or further away than they actually are. That is how 3D should be treated. Have you ever wanted to see someone getting slapped in the face with a <more>
mackerel in super slo-mo? I have. Have you ever wanted to see someone get knocked over by a giant hand? I have. While much of the movie is filled with childish stunts and immature gags, there is a deeper meaning. Spreading a message of good natured feelings, there is no hate, nor malice anywhere to be found in this movie. It is filled with a childlike innocence and brotherly love. The Jackasses are retaining that innocence of childhood, playing as we all did as children. It is the paramount of escapism that we as a society desperately need. Harmless fun. There is no conflict, no great task to undertake, no damsel to rescue, only laughs to be shared and fun to be had. They bring us back to a simpler time, when we were children. Playing and laughing together as we pushed our friend down a hill into a questionable nasty pond or frolicked naked through a field. I did these things, and you did too. It is the embodiment of the never grow old mentality. Not in the sense that you should never mature and live your life. We've seen these guys when they're not goofing around, leading normal lives, many of them are very successful in their careers outside of Jackass. No, what I mean, is that you should retain your childhood innocence in some way, whether it be goofing around with your buddies or just doing something nostalgic and meaningful to yourself. That is what Jackass is really about, Memories of a better time. I highly recommend this movie. And don't give me that crap about imitatible acts. When I was a kid I did much of the very same stuff, and that was long before jackass was around. I will not lie, there is a lot of peni in this movie, and you should take caution if you're uncomfortable around that, but lets be honest. By this time in your life your bound to have already seen at least one. Go see this movie!
Jackass 3D -- Crew ages but jokes are fresh out of the locker room (by yourbigscreen)
Jackass 3D has been dubbed by my peers as comic-genius as well as the bane of humanity. Whichever way you look at it, Jackass 3D steps up its game from previous chapters of its tome of avant-garde humor. So is it worth the pricey ticket? The simple answer is yes and no.Yes: If you are a male between the ages of 13 and 69, please consult your doctor about any pre-existing heart condition you may have before watching this movie. The amount of laughing in which you will partake cannot be healthy.Yes: If you are a female between the ages of 13 and ... the average age of menopause? and would <more>
consider yourself as one or more of the following: skater-girl, girl-next-door, that one girl who guys feel like they can talk to, the "cool" mom, cougar, or possibly Betty White.No: The weak-stomached, non-fans of previous Jackass endeavors, that one guy who gets a headache from the 3D glasses, and those planning on not going to hell.In my honest opinion, Jackass 3D was the perfect end to an amazing trilogy not including Jackass 2.5 of bottom-of-the-barrel humor masterfully crafted for the young and the young at heart. It was worth every cent, every penny being a belly-laugh or gag-reflex. Some stunts will even keep you chuckling on the car ride home.A+ from the 21-year-old college student.
Hilarious- Second best movie in this category (by kevinsullivan18)
I gave this movie a 9, probably would have been an 8 if it was not for the 3D effects. The 10 rating is something that I save for movies that are the best in their category, and the best comedy mockumentary I have ever seen is Midgets vs Mascots. Of course, Hollywood black balled it, so you have to buy it on Amazon or at Best Buy and we'll never know how it would have done in theaters. Shame. If we get to see the Jackass crew in 3D, there is no reason not to give some smaller indie comedies a chance at the same type of success and give the true comedy fans a chance to support the movies <more>
that they want to see. In any event, I highly recommend Jackass 3D for all of the fans out there that appreciate the fact that it is OK to make a movie for people that just want to laugh and have fun for 90 minutes.
The Pitch: Johnny Knoxville takes one step closer to not needing that old age make upÂ… The Review: If the thought that it's more than ten years since Johnny Knoxville and his pals burst onto our screens, then have a thought for them. Could they have really imagined that after all this time, they'd still be attempting to find cruel and unusual ways to tease, torment and torture each other? There has, of course, been a long break since the last installment, even if you include the deleted scenes which escaped onto DVD under the pretence of being a separate movie, so it is it really <more>
worth the wait? For that matter, is it really worth the trouble? The excuse for this dip into the well of human depravity, of course, is the opportunity to affix a D to the 3 of the title. Always looking to do things properly where it counts, they've got some proper 3D kit, then set about finding ways to use it. This isn't to say that every stunt requires the use of 3D; indeed, more of them than not would be absolutely fine in 2D, but there are undoubtedly some memorable moments. What actually works better here is the other new innovation, the high speed camera used to capture the moments of heavily inflicted pain; watching the moment of impact in crystal clear slow motion adds to the feeling of awe and sense of fascination as you watch the slow-motion convulsions, and also to the empathy you'll feel for each one on the receiving end.Of course, Jackass has never been about purely sadistic pleasures; the intent is to make us laugh, and a lot of that is dependent on the camaraderie and interplay between the various Jackasses. Most make a return, only Raab Himself and Brandon DiCamillo not present from the core cast and the rest might look a little more creased, but are still willing to give their all in both the physical and the just plain daft. Knoxville might be the figurehead, but the most telling contribution is that of Steve-O, who has discovered sobriety since the last movie and enters into most of the stunts with a new found sense of self-awareness, giving him much more of the expression of a rabbit in the headlights, about two seconds before it's about to connect with bumper.It's not all about the physical, of course, and Jackass is as smart as ever in the execution of some of its high concepts, such as a bar fight played out by Wee-Man and a few of his friends. April and Phil, Bam's put upon parents, get put upon again although it's sometimes more of their own choosing now, and stalwarts of the series from Spike Jonze to Rip Taylor all pop up in their well-worn roles. So to answer those earlier questions, it was worth the wait; absence has made the heart grow fonder and the technical innovations add an element of freshness to the familiar. As to whether it's worth the trouble, that's one you can only answer if you've seen and enjoyed Jackass before; it's always gelled in a way that its contemporaries have struggled to do, and it remains consistently funny throughout. If Jackass is your sick bag, then there's little this year that will make you laugh as hard or as long.Why see it at the cinema: For anyone even slightly inhibited, the company of others should allow you to truly enter into the spirit. And by that, I don't mean you should urinate on the row in front. Just to be clear. Why see it in 3D?: Where else can you expect to see a giant pink dildo being fired out of a cannon straight at your face? IN 3D?The Score: 9/10
For those who have never seen, let alone heard of, the Jackass franchise, the best possible way to describe it is to explain what its not. Its not a family orientated form of entertainment, its not for the weak hearted, and most importantly, its not something that disappoints and Jackass 3-D is no exception.Each hilarious stunt looks as if the writers took great pride into thinking them up...which also makes me ponder...what were they thinking? If someone were to tell you that Jackass' methods of merrymaking were crude and unorthodox they would be 100% percent right,However, as the film <more>
industry has changed over the years, it seems as if vulgar behavior is what most people desire for good amusement. So, if dropping a duce or getting hit in the groin is what the people want, then let there be Jackass.This film personifies humor, and will leave you in stitches on the way home, I give Jackass 3-D the best possible score it could receive, an 8 out of 10.
I really liked the last Jackass movie, because there was an intelligence at work there, beyond just a desire to be shocking and gross though "shocking" and "gross" is being too mild . And this was just a lot more of the same.The film is not for the squeamish, especially due to the delight taken in excrement. Excrement here is treated like confetti on New Years Eve. I don't want to get into details, because much of my enjoyment of this film is due to the shock factor. There were a few scenes that I was just too scared to watch.I won't get into trying to describe or <more>
give a list of what's shown here. Let me just say that if Thomas Edison had ever thought his invention would show something like THIS, he'd have destroyed his camera and killed himself. But for about 80% of this film, I was howling with laughter, though terribly embarrassed I was carrying on like that.The only thing I can say specific to a scene in this movie is that the Midget Bar Fight has got to be, no doubt about it, the most hilarious "Candid" scene I've ever watched.I had major qualms about going to see a film so crude, gross, violent, and obviously marketed to an audience about 40 years younger. I saw it. I loved it. I'm so embarrassed. And I saw it in 2-D. Which was at least one D more than I needed. The idea of watching some of these scenes in 3-D . . .
Reliving the Memories like a Jackass (by StevePulaski)
I believe I enjoyed the classic, MTV series' made movie Jackass 3D a bit too much if that's possible. This is the third installment in the Jackass franchise, and while not the best, it has certain stunts that really put a smile on your face and ones that make the film itself memorable in it's own special way. It's been eight years since the first film went to theaters and ten since the series got it's start on MTV. Jackass 3D celebrates the occasion by having all the same characters back and doing the crazy, no limit stunts they're famous for.Who needs plot? Johnny <more>
Knoxville, Bam Margera, Ryan Dunn, Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Jason "Wee-Man" AcuÃ±a, Preston Lacy, Dave England, and Eheren McGhehey perform hurtful, injury filled, and pointless stunts for our enjoyment. I know how much people have looked forward to this film and I won't ruin any stunts, or so which ones I favor. But I will say, this one is male nudity filled and laugh infested.I will say the opening sequence to this film was probably the weakest yet in Jackass films. The first movie, they ride down a bridge in a giant shopping cart; I call that my favorite opening. In Number Two, they are being chased by bulls on a suburban street; pretty funny and amusing. A worthy opening. This one I won't spoil, but nothing special happens. Some of the people I've talked to enjoyed it, but I didn't really. It had it's perks and different levels of amusement, but overall, it's just average. Though the fun filled ending scene makes up for the bland intro.It seems too they gave characters who didn't have a name more stunts to perform. I swear I've seen Preston, Dave, and Eheren more than I have ever seen in a Jackass film or TV show. They were there once in a while, but they do various stunts in the film; most notably Eheren who's name is now "Danger Eheren". We also see Dreamseller author Brandon Novak get hit a few times which I enjoyed. Him and Joe Frantz are both underrated and I think seeing Novak in the film will get him some support.I will say that the gang may be forty, but they perform stunts like they're in High School. No matter which way you look at it, when Jackass came on it was an iconic series, nothing like that had really been done before. Guys doing stunts and getting injured for audience amusement? "Gnarley dude!" Johnny Knoxville and Steve-O have stood out to me has Jackass' best. Though the whole cast never ceases to impress, they've stood out has the true jackasses. Once I head Johnny Knoxville say "Hi. I'm Johnny Knoxville an' welcome to Jackass!" I knew oh yeah, I was back.The last thing I want to touch on is the 3D and keep in mind the star rating isn't effected by the 3D's performance. The 3D is nice for a few scenes, but overall, if rated, it would get a two and a half. It's nice in some scenes, but it's not as in depth as it should be. I know it's live action, so it's without a doubt harder to do than most animation, but Avatar's three dimensional performance was great even in live action, while not being a mind blowing film. The most awkward thing about 3D is when it comes to DVD or TV in 2D, it'll look odd having many things bouncing out at the screen since it was clearly shot for 3D purposes. All movies have an odd 2D transfer if shrunk down to 3D.Jackass 3D may not have surpassed the classic series, but it did impress a bit more than the second film did in that matter. The film has memorable stunts and little quirky things that make the film special in it's own way. To reflect on Roger Ebert's Jackass: The Movie review it's like we are watching a series of outtakes, not a real movie. Jackass 3D is 94 minutes but it goes by ridiculously fast even in RealD 3D. Nothing left to say, but "stupid is as stupid does".Starring: Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Ryan Dunn, Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Jason "Wee-Man" AcuÃ±a, Preston Lacy, Dave England, Eheren McGhehey, Spike Jonze, Jeff Tremaine, and Brandon Novak. Directed by: Jeff Tremaine.