Jackass 3D (18)

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<strong>Rating: </strong><span class='lf-avgRating'>3</span>/5

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Time Out says

Posted: Tue Nov 2 2010

Adhering again to the ‘no pain, no gain’ rule, self-styled masochists Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O and cohorts unleash yet another volley of immature anti-health-and-safety ‘what if?’ scenarios for the third descendant of their once-popular MTV series. The big question, of course, is whether these ageing, jovial jackasses have passed their sell-by date. Well, on the evidence of this mostly hilarious outing, I’d say there’s still some mileage in the old dogs yet. Their brand of juvenile, slapstick humour won’t appeal to all, but for fans of YouTube misfortune it’s like watching 50 thigh-slapping schadenfreude-inspiring clips in a row. And this time it’s all in 3D and high-def ultra-slow motion.

As before, the crux of it all is to see who can endure the most pain, whether it’s having a baseball thwacked into one’s privates, seeing what happens when two people are stuck together with SuperGlue, playing ‘Pin the Tail’ on a real kicking donkey or risking a game of ‘Beehive Tether Ball’ with a swarm of bees (some of the funniest moments involve angry animals). But then they blow it all by including really sick stuff like gag-inducing rectal eruptions, sweat-drinking and vomiting… lots of vomiting. As before, Jeff Tremaine’s film starts with near five-star hilarity and slowly fizzles out as it passes the hour mark. It’s fabulously funny in small doses, but these unrelenting pranks and farcical set-ups become too monotonous to endure for a full 94 minutes.

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Rated:

18

UK release:

Fri Nov 5, 2010

Duration:

94 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Jeff Tremaine

Screenwriter:

Preston Lacy

Cast:

Johnny Knoxville, Chris Pontius, Steve-O

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DUUDSONIT

GOOD BUT DUDESONS ARE WAY BETTER THEY HAVE A HIGHER PAIN THRESH-HOLD BUT STILL FUNNY SHIT

Ric

I agree with Broony,this is a start to finish barrel of laughs movie.Im not a big Jackass fan,but its the most ive laughed this year at the cinema. 3d is rubbish!As like any other 3d film,there is 2 or 3 bits of REAL 3d & thats it. Hate paying for 3d films!! Would've been 5* if it was in 2D

broony

easily the funniest film ive ever seen do not listen 2 the comments below and go see this movie ive been twice different class.

broony

easily the funniest film ive ever seen do not listen 2 the comments below and go see this movie ive been twice different class.

broony

easily the funniest film ive ever seen do not listen 2 the comments above and go see this movie ive been twice different class.

broony

easily the funniest film ive ever seen do not listen 2 the comments above and go see this movie ive been twice different class.

kays

funny isnt the word i had to go the toilet cuz i rally think i would have wet my self havent laughed so hard in ages the film gets 10/10 i actually was cryin with laughter at one point i would highly sugest goin to see it .

kays

funny isnt the word i had to go the toilet cuz i rally think i would have wet my self havent laughed so hard in ages the film gets 10/10 i actually was cryin with laughter at one point i would highly sugest goin to see it .

scrumpyjack

Sorry, fellas. Your "outrageous" behaviour bores. Turned on my phone to check the time just 50 min in (record this year, and only the second time) on the plus side, id enjoy this watching this with my much younger brother and his mates as Id be laughing at them laughing (not 1 laugh today, sniggered at the Ram bit) and the 3D is impressive...but not enough here for a trip to the cinema. Get some beers and gormless friends and rent it in 4 months.