They reminisce about some of their favorite moments from the first seasons, many of which involve getting stopped by the cops.
It was directed by Jeff Tremaine which he co-produced with Johnny Knoxville and Spike Jonze and co-wrote with Bam Margera, Chris Pontius, Steve-O, Ryan Dunn, Dave England, Jason "Wee Man" Acuña, Preston Lacy, Ehren Mc Ghehey, and Harrison Stone.
The film stars Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Steve-O, Ryan Dunn, Chris Pontius, Preston Lacy, Danger Ehren, Dave England, and "Wee Man".
Parents need to know that Jackass 3-D is the third movie based on the hit TV series and the first one in 3-D -- which makes everything that much more in your face.
Led by Johnny Knoxville and his cast of misfits, the film is a non-stop deluge of idiotic stunts, practical jokes, and scatological/gross-out humor.
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.Some blood is seen (especially in a painful tooth-pulling sequence). Cast members urinate and defecate on camera, and various objects are placed in various orifices.Cast members also make sex-related jokes and appear in sexually suggestive positions.A cast member is shown to have something of a drinking problem. From beginning to end, it's filled with punching and hitting, self-inflicted violence, and all kinds of bodily fluids (including on-screen urination, as well as full-frontal male nudity).When drunk, he gets out of control, assumes another personality ("Darf"), and acts like a complete jerk. When they're not swearing up a storm (including "f--k" and "s--t"), cast members laugh cruelly at one another's pain.When they're not swearing up a storm (including "f--k" and "s--t"), cast members laugh cruelly at one another's pain.