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Funny, entertaining and more Jackass, what more can you ask for? Jackass 3.5 is just as good, if not better than Jackass 3D and the addition of the behind the scenes stuff shines a new light on the gang, which is great to see.
This grab-bag of leftovers and outtakes isn't nearly as daring as the feature film.
You'll like the all-new version, since it's fifteen minutes shorter than the previous one.
Wild and insane.
In many ways more inspired than Jackass 3-D. Perhaps it is because they include failed bits, but it feels like this collection pushes the boundaries of creative stunts more than the latest theatrical film.
Stupid boys movie that I never would have picked by choice. Initial tedium gave way to revolted "car crash" viewing, but I certainly wouldn't say I liked it. In particular the idiot who pulls out one of his front teeth and the super gluing to each other. Honestly think these guys are pretty stupid. Yes, they are making money off it, but a lot of this stuff is really dangerous and unhygienic.
With Jackass, most people know what they're getting by now. What I've always loved about this series is how simplistically genius it is. They seem like a bunch of crazy, drunken idiots, but they actually plan and put a lot of work into each and every stunt. What I like about 3.5 is that for the first time, they really show you what's going on behind the scenes. They show you what it's like to be on the set and what goes into the things they do, with in depth interviews, and behind the scenes footage. They also start to go into a different direction, going from the usual stunts and gross outs to pranks and practical jokes, which are utterly hilarious. This is billed as the direct-to-video extra scenes movie, but it's actually a lot more and I really enjoyed this one a lot more than Jackass 3D.
Similar to Jackass 3D, but with more commentary on the stunts.
Side-splittingly hilarious! This bonus feature is even better than the last one. Not all of it is great (some of the stuff was cut out for a reason after all), but it's definitely the best behind-the-scenes material / deleted scenes footage they've put out so far. I just hope this isn't the last we'll ever see of them, because I just can't get enough of their epically entertaining antics.
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