Jackass: Number Two

Jackass: Number Two

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Director: Jeff Tremaine, Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Chris Pontius

Cast: Jeff Tremaine, Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Chris Pontius


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For fans who thought the stakes couldn't be raised any higher and the bar couldn't be lowered any further, the original cast and crew of the stunt comedy sensation that swept the globe return for another round of jaw-dropping feats that are guaranteed to have viewers wincing through their laughter. Jeff Tremaine directs, and


For fans who thought the stakes couldn't be raised any higher and the bar couldn't be lowered any further, the original cast and crew of the stunt comedy sensation that swept the globe return for another round of jaw-dropping feats that are guaranteed to have viewers wincing through their laughter. Jeff Tremaine directs, and Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Chris Pontius, Steve-O, Ryan Dunn, and Jason "Wee Man" Acuna return to the screen to endure more pain and humiliation than ever thought possible on the big screen.

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
With Johnny Knoxville's acting career in full flower, so to speak, we'd have thought he'd be unlikely to consider any more feature film follow-ups to his deranged MTV series. But no, he's back with buddies Bam Margera, Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Wee Man, and the others to engage in mind-bogglingly pointless and occasionally dangerous feats of daring. (Or should that be feats of stupidity?) Although we can't -- and wouldn't -- defend the pranks and stunts carried out by these self-confessed jackasses, it's hard not to be at least moderately amused by the lengths to which they're willing to go for a cheap laugh. In some cases, their antics are just plain disgusting: Even Chris Pontius has second thoughts after "milking" a stallion and drinking its semen (off-camera, fortunately). But many of them legitimately fall under the heading of good clean fun, and Knoxville's crazy crew deserves a modicum of respect for their willingness to inflict real pain on each other for our entertainment -- depraved though that may be. Jackass: Number Two includes brief cameos by Broken Lizard's Jay Chandrasekhar, directors John Waters and Spike Jonze (the latter hilarious in complex prosthetic makeup as an elderly nude woman), Beavis & Butt-head creator Mike Judge, skateboarding champion Tony Hawk, and actor Luke Wilson, among others. Their very presence indicates that, like it or not, Jackass has found a place in the pop-culture zeitgeist.
All Movie Guide - Jason Buchanan
By this point, both fans and detractors know well what to expect upon seeing the crutch-boned Jolly Roger and hearing the familiar twang of the Minutemen's distinctive Jackass theme, yet despite reaching a point in their gleefully self-destructive career of cinematic tomfoolery where familiarity may threaten to give way to diminishing returns, Johnny Knoxville and company still manage to mete out some truly unforgettable laughs thanks to their seemingly superhuman tolerance for physical pain and soul-scarring humiliation. To claim that Jackass Number Two is either "better" or "worse" than its predecessor would be a daunting task that would rely on a number of complicated factors, not the least of which would be one's tolerance for such familiar Jackass staples as gratuitous vomiting and flagrant displays of fecal matter. It is safe to claim, however, that the crew's threshold of pain seems to have substantially increased, as have the creativity and inventiveness of their antics since their previous big-screen outing. From flash-in-the-pan gags that blast by so fast the viewer's jaw is still left hanging as the next outrageous segment gets under way to elaborate pranks that narrowly avert severe physical injury or even death, the team has certainly outdone themselves in ratcheting up the audacity, shock value, and risk factors of the first installment. When a defeated Bam Margera pleads against a third installment of Jackass in the closing credits or Chris Pontius voices heartfelt shame after completing the only act in the film to suffer at the hands of the dreaded censor (who is likely still having nightmares about being subjected to such depravity), the viewer can sense that their sincerity is indeed genuine, and that the lowering of the proverbial bar is beginning to weigh heavy on even these thick-skinned extremists. Yet despite the film's more disturbing moments -- and there are plenty to speak of -- the saving grace of Jackass has always been the playful nature of the whole endeavor. No one is ever hurt aside from those who willingly participate in the risky stunts, and the sting of falling prey to one of the crew's more public pranks is often little more painful than being had by Allen Funt back in the days of Candid Camera (though it is, without question, slightly more grotesque). With that in mind, it's highly unlikely that any Jackass fan will walk out of the theater disappointed, and virtually unthinkable that Jackass Number Two will have any hope of converting the uninitiated.

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Special Features

Closed Caption; Commentary by the Jackass Gang; The making of Jackass Number Two; Additional segments not shown in theaters!; Deleted scenes; Outtakes, tv spots

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Johnny Knoxville Actor
Steve-O Actor
Chris Pontius Actor
Ryan Dunn Actor
Jason "Wee Man" Acuna Actor
Preston Lacy Actor
Dave England Actor
Ehren McGhehey Actor
Bam Margera Actor
Brandon DiCamillo Brandon Dicamillo
Mat Hoffman Mat Hoffman
Tony Hawk Tony Hawk
Mark Zupan Mark Zupan
Jeff Tremaine Jeff Tremaine
Spike Jonze Actor
Brandon Novak Brandon Novak
Loomis Fall Loomis Fall
Dimitry Elyashkevich Dimitry Elyashkevich
Sean Cliver Sean Cliver
Trip Taylor Trip Taylor
Greg Iguchi Greg Iguchi
Rick Kosick Rick Kosick
Manny Puig Manny Puig
Mark Rackley Mark Rackley
Mike Kassak Mike Kassak
Stephanie Hodge Stephanie Hodge
Jack Polick Jack Polick
Clyde Singleton Clyde Singleton
Jason Taylor Jason Taylor
Patty Perez Patty Perez
Thor Drake Thor Drake
Jim Karol Jim Karol
Slater Davis Slater Davis
Seamus Frawley Seamus, Frawley
Scott Manning Scott Manning
Juicy J. Juicy J.
DJ Paul D.J. Paul
Project Pat Project Pat
Roger Alan Wade Roger Alan Wade
Willie Garson Willie Garson
Jay Chandrasekhar Jay Chandrasekhar
John Waters Actor
Luke Wilson Luke Wilson
Mike Judge Mike Judge
Rip Taylor Rip Taylor
Justin Andrade Bullfighter
Dennis C. Borba Bullfighter
Rick Franks Bullfighter
Dwayne Hargo Bullfighter
Dwayne Hargo Bullfighter
Brett Leffew Bullfighter
Judd Leffew Bullfighter

Technical Credits
Jeff Tremaine Director,Producer
Lance Bangs Camera Operator
J.P. Blackmon Art Director
Seth Casriel Editor
Sean Cliver Co-producer,Screenwriter
Craig Connolly Associate Producer
Kevin Constant Art Director
Dimitry Elyashkevich Camera Operator,Co-producer
Joe Frantz Camera Operator
Derek Freda Executive Producer
David Gale Executive Producer
Tony Gardner Makeup Special Effects
Andy Hallbach Camera Operator
Spike Jonze Producer
Johnny Knoxville Producer
Rick Kosick Camera Operator
Preston Lacy Screenwriter
Julia Levine Set Decoration/Design
Craig Mack Asst. Director
Cordell Mansfield Sound/Sound Designer
Bam Margera Co-producer
Rob 'Whitey' McConnaughy Camera Operator
Seth Meisterman Set Decoration/Design
John Miller Executive Producer
Matthew Probst Editor
Mark Rackley Camera Operator
Manish Raval Musical Direction/Supervision
Sarah de Sa Rego Costumes/Costume Designer
Michael Rooney Choreography
Scott Simmons Editor
Chris Soos Cinematographer
Trip Taylor Camera Operator,Executive Producer
Van Toffler Executive Producer
Greg Wolf Associate Producer
Tom Wolfe Musical Direction/Supervision
Bob Ziembicki Production Designer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Jackass Number Two
1. Intro [:46]
2. Puppet Show [3:11]
3. The Valentine [1:31]
4. Fierhose Rodeo [2:39]
5. Chubby Chaser India [1:00]
6. Bicentennial Bmxing [:25]
7. The Strongman [:59]
8. Gloria [:46]
9. The Mini-Loop [1:01]
10. The Brand [1:30]
11. Lake Jump [2:40]
12. The Fish Hook [1:26]
13. Bam Velcro Truck [2:22]
14. The Electric Stool [:11]
15. Yak Charge [2:29]
16. The Bungee Jump [:49]
17. Bad Grandpa [1:24]
18. Indoor Ski Slope [3:05]
19. Beehive Limo [:17]
20. Rake Jump [2:24]
21. Dave Eats Shit [:15]
22. Naked Wee Man [:54]
23. Riot Control Test [:28]
24. Gloria and the Artist [2:09]
25. Medicine Ball Dodgeball [:18]
26. Mushroom Launch [1:09]
27. The Magic Trick [:44]
28. The Gauntlet [:33]
29. Tiny Toilet [1:26]
30. The Toro Totter [:21]
31. Keep God out of California [2:29]
32. Butt Chug [:33]
33. Bam Roof Slam [2:26]
34. Rocket Cart [:10]
35. Anaconda Ball Pit [:26]
36. Bam Drop in [2:17]
37. The Ice Horse [:15]
38. The Swamp Chute [1:11]
39. How to Milk a Horse [:39]
40. Karate Chop [2:04]
41. The Big Tire Race [:34]
42. The Leech Healer [1:12]
43. Gloria Goes Shopping [1:29]
44. The Wind Tunnel [:42]
45. Roller Leapfrog [2:06]
46. The Fart Mask [:10]
47. Big Green Ball [:46]
48. The Poof [:16]
49. Old Man Balls [:43]
50. The switcheroo [2:00]
51. Ding Dong [3:25]
52. Big Red Rocket [:54]
53. Terror Taxi [2:08]
54. The Bear Trap [4:25]
55. End Credits [6:21]


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Jackass: Number Two 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
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I laughed so hard when I saw this movie. The thing about it is, as soon as I started laughing, I couldnt stop until the movie was over!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm always amazed at the depths these guys sink to in order to get a laugh. This movie is outstanding in it's depravity, and therefore a very funny movie. 5 stars!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
easily better than the first, non stop laughing with horse jizz
Guest More than 1 year ago
Great movie..way better than the first one. A bit gay in a way so if you cant take too much male nudity, might not be the best movie to watch. Number 2 makes number one look like a joke/amateur film. Better pranks and stupidities toward the people and their own cast. Two thumbs up.
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