Jackass 3

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The Jackass pranksters are at it again in this third outing, presented for the first time, in some theaters, in 3D -- an effect that redefines the use of the in-your-face technology. Once again, Johnny Knoxville and his cohorts gather together and dream up new childish ways to make each other -- and their audience -- giggle uncontrollably. Whether it's pummeling one another in their groins or throwing together half-cooked skits that employ everything from costumes, sets, wild animals, and most often, feces, the ...
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Overview

The Jackass pranksters are at it again in this third outing, presented for the first time, in some theaters, in 3D -- an effect that redefines the use of the in-your-face technology. Once again, Johnny Knoxville and his cohorts gather together and dream up new childish ways to make each other -- and their audience -- giggle uncontrollably. Whether it's pummeling one another in their groins or throwing together half-cooked skits that employ everything from costumes, sets, wild animals, and most often, feces, the boys are a wealth of "you shouldn't do this -- we're not even sure if we should" comedy. Jeff Tremaine returns to direct the MTV Films/Paramount Pictures production.
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Special Features

Deleted Scenes; Outtakes; MTV Making Of Special; ; Closed Caption
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Jeremy Wheeler
The motley Jackass crew is back once again in glorious 3D for their third outing on the big screen -- and the results are exactly as gut-busting as a fan of theirs would expect. It's humorous to hear people disparage this entry, stating that the crew fell short of their goals, because really, the flick is exactly what these guys do best. Sure, it's filled with poo, penises, and cringe-worthy madness, but just like their best material, everything in Jackass 3D is coated in such an extreme absurdity that it's hard not to laugh -- and keep on laughing again and again and again. By adding a third dimension, the pack of fearless pranksters give the world of cinema a steaming pile of hilarious sights and gags that, up until this point, were never meant for public consumption -- and bravo to them for that. Once again, Johnny Knoxville and his cohorts gather together and dream up new childish ways to make each other -- and their audience -- giggle uncontrollably. Whether it's pummeling one another in their groins or throwing together half-cooked skits that employ everything from costumes, sets, wild animals, and most often, feces, the boys are a wealth of "you shouldn't do this -- we're not even sure if we should" comedy. It's not easy to watch, but that's the point. There's electricity in the air when they tie dental floss from a Lamborghini to a tooth as they perform unlicensed medical surgery on one of their own. And if you miss a moment because you were covering your eyes, no worries -- there are plenty of slow-mo recaps to fill you in on the horrible gags that you missed. As for the presentation, it's hard to justify flying human waste in crystal-clear 3D, but damn if they don't make a good case for it. Realized in the third dimension, the bawdy playground antics take on a whole new life -- intensifying audience reactions to each and every clownish act being performed on the big screen. And to be honest, it's hard not to be impressed by bravura shots of a remote-controlled toy helicopter flying toward the camera as it's tethered to a Jackass performer's... well, you just have to see it for yourself -- or don't. This particularly silly and extremely gross cinematic experience is not for everyone, yet there is something to be said about a flick that does exactly what it sets out to do -- deliver consistent laughs to a target audience who's more than happy to eat it up. In another setting, some of this would be performance art; in theaters, it's the most technologically advanced goofball sideshow to open up across the country in the history of cinema. For that, Knoxville and company get a resounding '80s-style slow clap -- feel free to not join in at your own expense.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/8/2011
  • UPC: 097363559542
  • Original Release: 2010
  • Rating:

  • Source: Paramount
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English, Français, Español
  • Time: 3:13:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 12,289

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Johnny Knoxville Participant
Bam Margera Participant
Ryan Dunn Participant
Steve-O Participant
Jason "Wee Man" Acuna Participant
Preston Lacy Participant
Chris Pontius Participant
Dave England Participant
Ehren McGhehey Participant
Technical Credits
Jeff Tremaine Director, Producer
JxPx Blackmon Production Designer
Barney Burman Makeup Special Effects
Seth Casriel Editor
Sean Cliver Co-producer
Craig Connolly Asst. Director
Dimitry Elyashkevich Cinematographer, Co-producer
Derek Freda Executive Producer
Tony Gardner Makeup Special Effects
Knate Gwaltney Associate Producer
Ben Hochstein Musical Direction/Supervision
Spike Jonze Producer
Jamie Kelman Makeup Special Effects
Johnny Knoxville Producer
Matthew Kosinski Editor
Preston Lacy Screenwriter
Cordell Mansfield Sound Mixer
Bam Margera Co-producer
Seth Meisterman Art Director
Liz Mendoza Makeup
Elia P. Popov Special Effects Supervisor
Matthew Probst Editor
Stephen Prouty Makeup Special Effects
Aaron Romero Makeup Special Effects
Barry Owen Smoler Associate Producer
Justin Stafford Makeup Special Effects
Tim Stevenson Choreography
Trip Taylor Executive Producer
Van Toffler Executive Producer
Greg Wolf Associate Producer
Shanna Zablow Associate Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Jackass 3
1. Welcome To Jackass! [5:29]
2. The High Five [2:44]
3. The Jet Ski [1:31]
4. Tee Ball [1:05]
5. Bungee Boogie [2:21]
6. The Rocky [:34]
7. Beehive Tetherball [2:36]
8. Jet Stream [2:40]
9. Watch My Dog [:46]
10. Roller Buffalo [1:04]
11. The Poocano [1:07]
12. Wee Bar Brawl [2:45]
13. The Blue Room [:41]
14. Electric Avenue [1:44]
15. The Field Goal [1:03]
16. Super Mighty Glue [:19]
17. The Dildo Bazooka [:02]
18. Irving Zisman [1:05]
19. Scooter Shopping [3:59]
20. Pontius The Barbarian [1:40]
21. Exercise Ball Slingshot [:02]
22. Sweatsuit Cocktail [:12]
23. The Christmas Tree [:40]
24. Pin the Tail on the Donkey [1:47]
25. The Rocky 2 [1:55]
26. The Blindside [1:17]
27. Will the Farter [:11]
28. Bad Dog [3:08]
29. The Helicockter [2:00]
30. The Speed Bag [1:29]
31. Snake River Redemption [:25]
32. Apple of My Ass [1:02]
33. The Blue Room 2 [:02]
34. Duck Hunting [1:17]
35. Shopping Cart Ski Jump [2:11]
36. Really Bad Grandpa [:16]
37. The Rocky 3 [:56]
38. The Ram Jam [:24]
39. Indoor Driving Range [:02]
40. Lamborghini Tooth Pull [:21]
41. Weiner Vision [:31]
42. Escaped Gorilla [2:23]
43. The Bubble Blower [2:02]
44. The Invisible Man [:27]
45. Snake Pit [:02]
46. Batter Up [:28]
47. Poo Cocktail Supreme [:37]
48. The Ending [:52]
49. End Credits [:37]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Jackass 3
   Theatrical Version
      Play
      Set Up
         Audio Options
            English 5.1 Surround
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            Español
         Subtitle Options
            English
            Français
            Español
            Subtitle Options: None
         D-Box Motion Code
      Special Features
         The Making of Jackass 3D
         Outtakes
         Deleted Scenes
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               Preston/Duck Hunting
               The Rocky
         Trailer
         Previews
   Director's Cut
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      Set Up
         Audio Options
            English 5.1 Surround
            Français
            Español
         Subtitle Options
            English
            Français
            Español
            Subtitle Options: None
         D-Box Motion Code
      Special Features
         The Making of Jackass 3D
         Outtakes
         Deleted Scenes
            Play All
               Preston/Duck Hunting
               The Rocky
         Trailer
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      Scene Selection
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