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Jackass 2.5

By Sandie Angulo Chen, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 17+

Leftover, lesser stunts from Jackass crew.

Movie NR 2007 64 minutes
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Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (3 ):
Kids say (11 ):

These are subpar setups that weren't deemed good enough for a theatrical release; some are neither shocking nor funny, just gross. A couple of the skits net a few laughs, but others could end in vomiting or other expressions of disgust -- like the sight of Dave England defecating on cue for the camera, for example. And if only there was a procedure that could erase the memory of seeing Wee Man, who is indeed a Little Person, being sat on by a very nude, very morbidly obese woman who was going to "give birth" to him.

It's obvious why young men and teen boys idolize these merry pranksters. They don't do much of anything except hang out, come up with stupid stunts, do them, and egg each other on... Except for Margera's unbelievably accepting mother (and the super-sized nude woman), there are no women in this Jackass world; it's not hard to see why.

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