Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Bam Margera, Preston Lacy, Dave England, Chris Pontius, Jason 'Wee Man' Acuņa
Director: Jeff Tremaine
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Pass on this one
MMAfan | USA | 05/15/2008
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Basically, this is anything that was not worth the time or effort to be edited and thrown into Jackass 2, either because it just couldnt be cut shorter, it didnt turn out the way they wanted, or it just wasnt funny. While some scenes could have been edited into shorter clips, they just weren't worth it and that is what it is all presented here. Through post-film and on the set interviews, 2/4 of the "movie" is just the whole crew describing the next scenes and while some might seem interesing, they just don't turn out funny at all. This is definately not worthy of a movie or your time unless your a die-hard collector of Jackass stuff."
Slightly amusing rehash
The Northern Light | Europa, Close to Ultima Thule | 04/18/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Jackass is one of the few "indulgences" I grant my old reactionary mind, and at times I laugh my heart out. This particular DVD feels very much like a moneymaking scheme. As others have pointed out, there isn't really anything "new" in it, apart from one hilarious scene which is worth the price of the DVD in itself. Preston Lacy plays the ape in "King Kong" (in full costume), Wee-man his damsel in distress, and all the others are trying to bring him down from the top of a portable toilet on a hill with their model airplanes. Not to mention that Lacy is immensely scared of heights! Classical insanity, if I ever saw it.
The major part of rest is very vulgar and most of the "humour" centres on the lower region of the human body. Might be amusing to some people, I just found it disgusting. Mindless nihilism at its worst, I'd say. There are some interesting interviews on how they feel about the various types of sketches and so on, but apart from that this will be of interest only to the biggest fans. Dave England and Danger Ehren along with the "King Kong"-scene saves the entire DVD, those two guys always get me laughing no matter what.
Apart from that there's not really much to say, it is the same "Jackass" we've seen before, but this time we've seen most of the exact same material before literally. 3 stars."