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48 of 55 people found the following review helpful
on March 10, 2011
Way to go and confuse the public again. If you have a fancy new BluRay 3D setup this will NOT PLAY. It is old analog 3D
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on March 13, 2011
As the great Mike Patton once sang: "It's always funny until someone gets hurt, and then it's just hilarious!" These appear to be words to live by for the "Jackass" crew, who are back for a third round of shenanigans in "Jackass 3D." The guys that hurt themselves for laughs so you don't have to are back in full form and if you think age has tempered their appetite for danger and potty-humor, then you are sorely mistaken.

Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Bam Margera, Ryan Dunn, Wee Man, Preston Lacy, Chris Pontius, Dave England, Ehren McGhehey -- all the names and faces you've come to know over the years -- make their return (with a few stragglers left behind, naturally) to the feature-length film format to abuse 3D technology in ways that would infuriate James Cameron. Flying feces? Check. Unnecessarily exposed male genitalia? Check. The ever-reliable vomiting of a now-sober Steve-O? You bet. If you thought the envelope had been pushed as far as it would go before, think again. This "Jackass" is a full three dimensions of dumb and disgusting.

Tastelessness aside, there's something both cinematic and slightly sentimental about this installment. Maybe it's all the slow-motion shots and Rocky references, but for the first time it appears as if director Jeff Tremaine is taking his craft a bit more seriously. The over-the-top opening and closing of the movie are nothing short of epic (at least by MTV standards) and if anything, it's the finest looking "Jackass" to date. Likewise, the cast seems to be stepping it up a notch; not only are they going to the extreme here, but they seem to be enjoying it more than ever. The film just so happens to mark the tenth-year anniversary of the franchise, so it's no coincidence that the sense of camaraderie is tighter than before. For the first time, it appears as though the guys are having as much fun laughing at themselves as we are.

There are plenty of memorable stunts -- from an updated porto-potty gag dubbed "The Poo-Cocktail Supreme" to a stinker of a man-made volcano and a scene involving bees that rivals the hilariousness of Nic Cage in the infamous The Wicker Man remake -- and just as many laughs to go around. Cameos from the likes of Sean William Scott, Weezer, Rip Taylor, and Beavis and Butt-Head are along for the ride, but the true stars remain the main crew and their non-stop disregard for their own well-being. Dumb and reckless, yet unrelentingly amusing, this third installment in the unlikely franchise is guaranteed to have you giggling mindlessly while simultaneously squirming in your seat.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on October 29, 2010
I just watched this film today at the theater. I was the only person in the theater, so I had the place to myself! I had a blast!

The 3D was awesome! I sat as far back as I could, right under the projector cover glass, and everything was right in my face. The intro before the film officially starts is a treat as to what you are in for.

Without giving away anything, there are some major gross-out gags. I have a strong stomach but I had to look away a few times. I can talk about blood, guts, dung, ect.. while I am eating and it does not bother me. This is the first time I can remember in a long time where I had to look away from the screen. Do not let this deter you because you remember the "Fart Mask" from part 2 that involved stool and puking, and you stilled laughed. Jackass 3D pushes that grossout factor to 10 in a few bits.

There are many cool stunts, gags, and pranks galore. Bottom Line, go to an early show so you can sit far back and watch a kick-ass, hilariously funny, outrageous treat. The 3D exceeded my expectations also.

If you are a non-Jackass fan, have a stick up your arse, and are overly mature or a member of your church... you will HATE this movie! If you are a fan, GET TO THE THEATER RIGHT NOW before it is out of the box office. This is the most fun I have had in the theater all year. Of course, this is coming from someone almost 40 who refuses to grow up. Oh, and stay for the ending credits! They will make you wish you were a kid again!

Thank you for reading and GodSpeed..
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on February 25, 2012
You already know the jist of this: crazy aging skaters take turns participating in some of the dumbest stunts imaginable, on a constant quest to one-up each other. The squad is beyond trying to convert any non-fans, if they were ever interested in that to begin with, and at this point are just indulging themselves while there's still a shimmer of spotlight left to enjoy. It's definitely their most expensive endeavor to date, which opens the door to some outrageous stuff, but by its grand finale the joke has worn pretty thin. I had a constant smile on my face from start to finish, though a few recycled gags from previous episodes made the belly-busters less frequent than before. Since I don't own a 3D TV, I can't comment on that aspect of it - the few instances where the technology is put to use are pretty obvious, though, and while they'd be a cute addition in one or two scenarios I'm not exactly mourning their absence. There's nothing new here, for better or for worse.
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on March 30, 2011
I loved the movie and have been on board since day one. Love the guys and what they do for our entertainment.
I just want to let people know, if you're excited by the 3D, it's not blu-ray. Poor quality regular DVD with anaglyph green and red glasses. Even though all the boxes have red and blue glasses on the cover. The green are a little harder to find so you'll have to use the paper ones in the box. I love 3D and was hoping it would be clear and in Hi-Def. Not so. Love the guys and the production. Just wish they didn't drop the ball on the 3D. It's rough.. The movie is a keeper though!
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on December 31, 2011
The Jackass crew is certainly growing older, but it doesn't appear that they're growing up. Their latest collection of pranks, stunts, and general debasement is another comedic triumph, with the apprehension they often show before each performance adding to the anticipation. Their camaraderie is palpable; there's something appealing about a bunch of guys who are up for anything and love sharing a laugh about it.
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on February 10, 2013
Yes, I know its juvenile. Yes, I know its crude. But maybe in our uptight and completely PC society, that is why the antics in this movie make me laugh so hard it hurts. I'm against the Brain Fodder that is thrown at us by most entertainment outlets, but for some reason, the Jackass movies are my guilty little pleasures.
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on April 22, 2011
Jackass 3-d is probably the best action comedy out on DVD so far this year. The stunts in this movie are fun to watch and the 3d is good.
The problem is I wished it would have had more special features non the less if you are a jackass fanatic. It surely is the best of all the installments and t.v. episodes combined and I highly recommend it.
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on October 26, 2010
The Jackass gang are back with a vengeance! Part 3 is just as silly, crazy, disturbing, hilarious, gross, and disgusting as the first two. As usual, they perform ridiculous stunts and prank each other and anybody who happens to be near them. I would definitely recommend JACKASS 3D!!!
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on February 28, 2011
can anyone tell me if the bluray combo means it does actually come with the 3d format because i do have a 3d bluray dvd player and a 3d t.v and i would like to watch the movie to its 3d potential. problem being, i am not sure if the dvd will arrive with 3d capabilty.
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