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NEW Knoxville/acuna/pontius - Jackass 3 2d/3d (Blu-ray)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Three Reasons Why You Should Watch Jackass 3D Oct. 20 2010
By Compay - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
Jackass 3D doesn't need a 5000 word review, especially one with spoilers. So from a 10-year Jackass fan, here are three simple reasons why you should watch this movie.

1. You will laugh until your face hurts.

2. 3D is a surprising fit for stunts and pranks that involve everything from paintballs to body fluids.

3. You know what type of movie it's NOT. Which means you don't have to worry about acting quality, plot holes, confusing endings.

That's honestly all you need to know. If you enjoy watching pranks, dangerous stunts and epic fails on Youtube like I do, treat yourself to Jackass 3D.
45 of 52 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great movie but NOT BLURAY 3D March 10 2011
By N. Bonham - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Blu-ray
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
17 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Just like the good ol' days. Oct. 15 2010
By Renfield - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Blu-ray
I just got back from seeing Jackass 3D, and I must say, Knoxville and crew are back.

I'll start off by saying that I wasn't a fan of Jackass before I saw Jackass: Number Two. My cousins and their friends tempted me, so I sat down and watched it with them... and within seconds I was on the floor, crying from laughing so hard. I was instantly a fan, and days after, I rented the first Jackass and laughed just as hard.

Today I went and saw the third strike at the theaters, and in Real D 3D. Of course I got hassled for my ID, 3 times actually, as it's R here in Canada meaning admittance restricted to people 18 and over. Apparently they had a real sneaking problem!!

That said, I had a total blast with this movie. If you just switch your brain off at the door, you'll laugh to the point where you're croaking!!!! There is not a single unfunny moment in the movie.

The stunts are outrageous, grosser than ever, and out there as hell. All stops imaginable are pulled out. Of course if you are faint hearted or squeamish you will want to avoid this film at all costs as it contains some truly disgusting stuff!!! Without a doubt the funniest stunt is "Electric Avenue", a stunt done in the style of a jailbreak, where the crew try to get through a hallway with beams in the middle, tires on the ground, and dangerously high-volt tasers dangling from the ceiling!!! Of course, as stated above it is absolutely NOT for kiddies under 18 or the faint of heart. This got its R here in Alberta for a good reason. The "Sweatsuit cocktail" scene alone pretty much solidifies that right there.

The 3D is great!!!! Before the movie is a nice little short from Beavis and Butthead explaining the 3D technology, which is truly hilarious. The 3D just ADDS to the ridiculousness, not only is it more lifelike, but there are a few startling "pop out" moments too and it's just hilarious!!!! They take full advantage of the 3D and therefore it's totally worth it.

In short, It did kinda make me sad that this may be the last Jackass. Hopefully it isn't, because they may be getting old but they certainly aren't declining in quality. Definitely as good as Jackass: Number Two, check it out!!
11 of 14 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars NOT IN the 3D you EXPECT, what a ripoff May 2 2011
By NetJedi - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
Who would pay for the 1970's red/blue glasses 3D of any movie??

Much less a movie that is a recent 3D release when people who have 3D Bluray. In the day where current releases labeled "3D Bluray" I don't expect to get a movie labled "3D Bluray disc" which was created this old 1970's format and put 4 pair of the cardboard red/blue glasses in the box!

Were they too cheap and figured that if they just rolled it out with this type of 3D that everyone would buy it thinking it's current technology and not return it?

This is a joke, glad I didn't open it, it's going back today. The current technology 3D is available on PPV on DirecTV if you own a 3DTV, so hopefully people will avoid this version like the plague and hope for a proper 3D Bluray!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Warning: Complete and Utter Dumb Fun March 13 2011
By A. Estes - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
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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