Jackass 3D (2010) 1080p YIFY Movie

Jackass 3D (2010) 1080p

'Jackass 3D' opens with the entire cast all lined up, each wearing a different color of the rainbow, in front of a rainbow colored background, each in turn being attacked in various ways. Some of the footage is slowed down for maximal effect. This is repeated again at the end of the movie with additional explosions mixed in with gallons of water to wash away the cast- chaos is resumed. Throughout the movie the team are subjected to the usual foray of physical abuse from team members or perform hilarious stunts (including some of the more stomach turning stunts such as the Sweat suit cocktail, Toy Train Eruption and Poo Cocktail Supreme - not for the weak stomached!).

IMDB: 70 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Comedy
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.84G
  • Resolution: 1920*1072 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English 5.1  
  • Run Time: 95
  • IMDB Rating: 7/10 
  • MPR: R
  • Peers/Seeds: 21 / 113

The Synopsis for Jackass 3D (2010) 1080p

'Jackass 3D' opens with the entire cast all lined up, each wearing a different color of the rainbow, in front of a rainbow colored background, each in turn being attacked in various ways. Some of the footage is slowed down for maximal effect. This is repeated again at the end of the movie with additional explosions mixed in with gallons of water to wash away the cast- chaos is resumed. Throughout the movie the team are subjected to the usual foray of physical abuse from team members or perform hilarious stunts (including some of the more stomach turning stunts such as the Sweat suit cocktail, Toy Train Eruption and Poo Cocktail Supreme - not for the weak stomached!).


The Director and Players for Jackass 3D (2010) 1080p

[Director]Jeff Tremaine
[Role:]Steve-O
[Role:]Bam Margera
[Role:]Ryan Dunn
[Role:]Johnny Knoxville


The Reviews for Jackass 3D (2010) 1080p


A lack of ideas but still funny in places - 67%Reviewed byBenjamin CoxVote: 6/10

In case you're wondering whether 3D movies are here to stay, you might want to consider this which is arguably the most useless use for the technology we've seen so far (and I'm including "The Last Airbender" in that thought). The chances are that by the end of the decade, 3D will be dead and buried until the next time the fad comes around. For me, it's little more than a gimmick that they charge you more for and honestly, I can't imagine it improving the majority of movies anyway. Take this film - how much gnarlier would it really feel if you felt like you were being covering in various disgusting liquids in the same way these guys are?

In case you're wondering what the hell all this is about, allow me to introduce you to the Jackass crew (Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Wee Man, a newly sober Steve O, Ehren McGhehey, Dave England, Chris Pontius, Preston Lacy and the late Ryan Dunn) who like nothing more than indulging in a wide variety of crude, sick and disgusting stunts. But this time, they are letting 3D cameras record the results which usually involve someone puking, getting covered in faeces or urinated on. If you're a fan then this will be right up your street but if not, this won't do anything to convert you.

The trouble with "Jackass 3D" is that it doesn't really offer anything different to the others, besides the 3D effects. The other issue is that it's extremely inconsistent - sometimes, it's frankly hilarious such as Ehren trying to pin a tail on a real donkey (blindfolded) but others, such as the Pee Cam sequences, don't really work. And this issue seems to plague this entry in the series more than others because some of the skits feel very familiar. The Old Man make-up gets yet another outing and pranking Bam's parents also makes another appearance. It gives the film a sense that they were running out of ideas and just decided to revisit old material but in 3D. It feels lazy and half-hearted, as most jokes do the more you hear them.

I was actually looking forward to this, even though I wasn't going to bother with the 3D side of things (as I never do). While it wasn't a disappointment, it did exactly what I thought it would do - churn my stomach occasionally, make me laugh occasionally and make me a little grossed out occasionally. It's childish, stupid and everything a fan of "Jackass" could ask for - assuming you still have the appetite for this sort of nonsense. Personally, I'd have liked a few new ideas from the boys and less reliance on old gimmicks such as Pontius's penis and Preston's wobbly bits. It feels time to close this particular chapter of light entertainment, especially after Dunn's tragic demise but part of me wished it would have been far funnier which would have been a more fitting epitaph.

Review: Jackass 3DReviewed bymovieevangelistVote: 9/10

The Pitch: Johnny Knoxville takes one step closer to not needing that old age make up? The Review: If the thought that it's more than ten years since Johnny Knoxville and his pals burst onto our screens, then have a thought for them. Could they have really imagined that after all this time, they'd still be attempting to find cruel and unusual ways to tease, torment and torture each other? There has, of course, been a long break since the last installment, even if you include the deleted scenes which escaped onto DVD under the pretence of being a separate movie, so it is it really worth the wait? For that matter, is it really worth the trouble? The excuse for this dip into the well of human depravity, of course, is the opportunity to affix a D to the 3 of the title. Always looking to do things properly where it counts, they've got some proper 3D kit, then set about finding ways to use it. This isn't to say that every stunt requires the use of 3D; indeed, more of them than not would be absolutely fine in 2D, but there are undoubtedly some memorable moments. What actually works better here is the other new innovation, the high speed camera used to capture the moments of heavily inflicted pain; watching the moment of impact in crystal clear slow motion adds to the feeling of awe and sense of fascination as you watch the slow-motion convulsions, and also to the empathy you'll feel for each one on the receiving end.

Of course, Jackass has never been about purely sadistic pleasures; the intent is to make us laugh, and a lot of that is dependent on the camaraderie and interplay between the various Jackasses. Most make a return, only Raab Himself and Brandon DiCamillo not present from the core cast and the rest might look a little more creased, but are still willing to give their all in both the physical and the just plain daft. Knoxville might be the figurehead, but the most telling contribution is that of Steve-O, who has discovered sobriety since the last movie and enters into most of the stunts with a new found sense of self-awareness, giving him much more of the expression of a rabbit in the headlights, about two seconds before it's about to connect with bumper.

It's not all about the physical, of course, and Jackass is as smart as ever in the execution of some of its high concepts, such as a bar fight played out by Wee-Man and a few of his friends. April and Phil, Bam's put upon parents, get put upon again although it's sometimes more of their own choosing now, and stalwarts of the series from Spike Jonze to Rip Taylor all pop up in their well-worn roles. So to answer those earlier questions, it was worth the wait; absence has made the heart grow fonder and the technical innovations add an element of freshness to the familiar. As to whether it's worth the trouble, that's one you can only answer if you've seen and enjoyed Jackass before; it's always gelled in a way that its contemporaries have struggled to do, and it remains consistently funny throughout. If Jackass is your (sick) bag, then there's little this year that will make you laugh as hard or as long.

Why see it at the cinema: For anyone even slightly inhibited, the company of others should allow you to truly enter into the spirit. (And by that, I don't mean you should urinate on the row in front. Just to be clear.) Why see it in 3D?: Where else can you expect to see a giant pink dildo being fired out of a cannon straight at your face? IN 3D?

The Score: 9/10

Nostalgic and excellent use of 3-DReviewed bychrismsawinVote: 5/10

Reviewing a film like Jackass 3D is harder than it looks even though this is the third installment in the film franchise, which came after a TV series that lasted for three seasons. Nearly everyone can recognize the franchise by name yet the people involved aren't actually actors (everyone is listed "as himself" in the credits) and a coherent story is nonexistent. With Jackass, you know what you're getting up front; a bunch of guys doing nothing but the most stupid and idiotic things for an hour and a half that usually involve their own genitalia or feces or both. You either think it's hilarious or downright hate it and judging by the packed theater a few nights ago, there's still a craving for Jackass.

Jackass 3D utilizes the 3D effect very well. That credit can go to the film actually being shot in the format rather than it being shot conventionally and converted to 3D later on. The opening and closing of the film are the best 3D examples; all of the explosions, paintballs, dildos, and God-knows-what flying at your face. As inane as it was, it was still nice to see the effect put to good use rather than just tacked on to make an extra $3 a ticket.

The more ridiculous and senseless stunts in Jackass have always drawn more interest on my end in comparison to the more crude bits involving bodily fluids. While Jackass 3D does have the honor of not only being the only film but the only film presented in 3D that features a bungee outhouse and a man drinking the sweat of another man, it's things like Electric Avenue (which features stun guns attached to strings and a spinning cattle prod), Bam's version of the Rocky films, and the Wee Man segment in the bar that features other midgets that are the real high points of the film.

Jackass 3D is exactly what you're expecting, but there's something about it that's intriguing. Once you start watching, you can't look away. You have to see how far this imbecility will go. Never has the phrase, "like watching a train wreck in slow motion," fit so well. While the film is certainly far from brilliant, there's a bit more creativity to it than what most give it credit for. Creative, shocking, and filled with more puke than you can shake a stick at, Jackass 3D is able to utilize 3D in ways that haven't been seen before while providing a few laughs and grossing you out all at the same time.

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