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JACKASS NUMBER TWO

With Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Chris Pontius, Steve-O, Dave England, Ryan Dunn, Jason "wee man" Acua, Preston Lacy, Ehren McGehehey

Directed by Jeff Tremaine

The tagline for this rampage could easily read: "Older but definitely no wiser"
One would think that these guys have run out of dumb and dangerous ideas – oh no, not by a long shot. The entire team is back to disgrace the screen, and even with the multitude of YouTube style imitations eating up bandwidth in cyberspace, you always need to go back to the source for the real thing. Whether they shock themselves with a WWII phone, get in a ball playpen with an anaconda, stand blindfolded in front of an angry bull or get a beer enema, the insanity doesn’t end. Steve-O shoves a fishhook through his cheek and gets dangled in shark infested waters at the end of a rod, attaches a leach to his eyeball and braves the fart helmet. Johnny Knoxville gets shot up in the air over a lake holding onto a rocket, stands unprotected in front of a riot rubber ball bomb, and dresses up as an old man with nuts hanging out the back of his tight shorts, and who lets his grandson smoke and drink giving complainants lip.
Bam Margera gets a phallus hot branded onto his butt cheek, torments his folks (as usual), and is forced to tears with a real cobra. Chris Pontius has his member dressed up like a mouse and shoved into a snake’s cage, drinks horse sperm, and does his Partyboy act in India with a full traditional Bollywood ensemble. Ryan Dunn gets hit in the head a lot and takes many shopping cart trips, one into a garage door and another with a compressed air rocket strapped to it. Dave England and Ehren McGehehey get torn up, do the fire hose rodeo, pretend to be suicide bombers in a taxi on the way to the airport, and gross the audience (and each other) out with excremental activity. Wee Man and Preston Lacy gets many double acts like the double-ended bungi jump and the indispensable chases down the road in nappies, or naked.
The lunacy comes at you with no end and you’ll hose yourself at the madness. They close the show with a big musical production number combining a bunch of studio set-pieces punctuated with a crazy stunt.
Again, loads of behind the scenes footage, deleted scenes, additional stunts and extra outtakes almost make up another movie’s worth (plus some commentary tracks).
As with all spectacular train wrecks, you just can’t look away.

6 / A
- Paul Blom


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4 - Hot
3 - Smolder
2 - Room Temperature
1 - Fizzled
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A: Multi-Viewing Potential

B: Could Enjoy A 2nd Look

C: Once Should Suffice



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