Jackass 2.5

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Released: 18 December 2007 Released
Producted By: Dickhouse Productions
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The crew have now set off to finish what as left over from Jackass 2.0, and in this version they have Wee Man use a 'pee' gun on themselves, having a mini motor bike fracas in the grocery mall, a sperm test, a portly crew member disguised as King Kong, as well as include three episodes of their hilarious adventures in India.

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SpuffyWeb Sadly Over-hyped
MamaGravity good back-story, and good acting
FuzzyTagz If the ambition is to provide two hours of instantly forgettable, popcorn-munching escapism, it succeeds.
AshUnow This is a small, humorous movie in some ways, but it has a huge heart. What a nice experience.
rhwhirlwind People have been raving about how they hate this film so much and it should have been a contemporary disc but i honestly don't think it's that bad it's probably the worst in the series but that is not saying much. It's very sexually explicit it is probably deserving of the R rating in Canada but otherwise i liked it, but regarding everything i just said it's probably;y more of a rent movie. Some of the scenes really shock you like bam showing his d**k and johny likewise it makes you not like them as much as you did with the others but the rest don't surprise you, and this film is like all about bam he is in like every one of the sketches so if you not a big bam fan this isn't film for you but it's OK 7/10
Jackson Booth-Millard I admit when I saw it on the DVD shelf I thought it was the same film with just a little more footage, but in fact it was a completely separate film with some interviews. The Jackass boys: Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Preston Lacy, Dave England, Chris Pontius, Jason 'Wee Man' Acuña, Ehren McGhehey, Steve-O, Ryan Dunn and director Jeff Tremaine; basically made enough footage for two films, so this extra film had interviews about some included in the real Jackass Number Two, and why the new, cut and unseen footage in this film didn't make it into the film, or just failed period. Also on set and appearing are Bam's Dad, Phil and Mom, April; Brandon Dicamillo, Rick Kosick, Spike Jonze (show co-creator, and director of Being John Malkovich) and King of the Hill creator Mike Judge. Pretty much just as sick and funny as the proper film sequel. Good!
Staymetal8390 This should have a been an extra feature on the Jackass Number Two DVD. It has some great moments, some not so great, and some sickening things.If you're a Jackass fan you should see it, but paying so much to see it isn't the best idea. These are basically the rejected scenes not used in Number Two, and for some you'll understand why. Some is just inappropriate, but so hilarious like the original stuff. Ever since the first Jackass movie, they've all been pushing the limits of what they can do, and lately the more disgusting and cruder stuff comes out like more nudity and vomiting. It also seems more Hollywood, but nonetheless another piece of Jackass.
Yipeekiyay_MotherFazza I have more info on this title but don't know how to edit it, so ill leave it here:Running Time: 64mins, Release: Available Online OnlyFurther Info: Remaining Unused scenes made in production with jackass number two, compiled together by Jeff Tremaine and Johnny Knoxville.Jackassworld.com Info: When all the guys got together to make jackass number two, they filmed more than a movie-they filmed a movie and a half. Maybe even two. The problem was only 90 minutes of the resulting mess could be used in the feature, leaving almost an hour of movie-worthy s*** on the proverbial cutting room floor.Not knowing what to do with all this material, Jeff Tremaine and Johnny Knoxville decidedly set it aside for some undecided future use.For the better part of the year following the release of jackass number two, this cache of unseen footage remained in limbo until someone came up with the idea to film all new interviews with the cast, talking about this excess of never-before-seen pranks, stunts, and random acts of behind-the-scenes mischief and stupidity, and package it into a documentary-like feature called jackass 2.5.Although this isn't necessarily the "new" jackass movie, it's still every bit as unbelievable, dirty, and downright sexy as its predecessors-maybe even more so at points.Sean Cliver