Jackass - The Movie Reviews

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September 12, 2020
I can accept that many find this entertaining, however, I'm just not one of them.
December 24, 2010
More idiotic and dangerous than the show. Really.
April 29, 2009
Trust me, I'm laughing at you, guys, not with you.
January 27, 2009
The movie is designed to play for one audience and one audience only: existing Jackass fans.
May 20, 2008
The Jackass boys show little interest in observing anyone else but themselves.
December 27, 2007
August 14, 2007
It's not exactly stupid. Cynical might be a better word.
July 10, 2007
To call it performance art, one would first have to submit to the idea that it is art, which it clearly isn't. (Unrated)
June 24, 2006
So what's all the fuss about? If people want to staple paper to their inner thighs, let them. The question is whether you're prepared to pay to watch them do it.
January 7, 2004
May 13, 2003
Este apenas mais um (longo) episdio do programa da MTV. A nica diferena que, desta vez, a Paramount teve o mau gosto de exibi-lo nos cinemas.
March 29, 2003
March 9, 2003
It has zero taste, zero intelligence, zero sophistication and zero redeeming social value. So it's a zero-star movie but as far as gutter-entertainment and gross-out humour goes, it's five-star laughs.
February 17, 2003
February 3, 2003
I'm all for the mentally challenged getting their fair shot in the movie business, but surely it doesn't have to be as a collection of keening and self-mutilating sideshow geeks.
January 13, 2003
A mix of hilarious stunts and idiotic pranks that still doesn't compare to what some of the cast members have done in other videos.
November 26, 2002
Dumb but occasionally shocking or fun.
November 18, 2002
It's basically just a bunch of guys thinking up the stupidest things they can possibly do. And then doing them.
November 12, 2002
An unencouraging threefold expansion on the former MTV series, accompanying the stunt-hungry dimwits in a random series of collected gags, pranks, pratfalls, dares, injuries, etc.
November 8, 2002
This isn't a movie; it's a symptom.
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