Parents' Guide to

Jackass 3-D

By Jeffrey Anderson, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 17+

More stupid stunts and cruel pranks -- this time in 3-D.

Movie R 2010 95 minutes
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Great for all families!

I watched this with my unborn child, my 5 year old and my 13 year old. Was an awesome movie all around! Im surprised disney hasn't picked this one up yet. Was super fun and exciting (not to give any spoilers away of course) and is my 13 year old childs new favorite movie.

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Roughly a third of Jackass 3-D is, frankly, flat-out hilarious, with extreme slapstick hitting, punching, and pratfalls -- more or less like an updated version of the "Three Stooges." Likewise, ringleader Johnny Knoxville has a certain amount of comic charisma onscreen, and he's often fun to watch. But the rest of the movie is either not funny or absolutely vile; the most heinous stomach-turner has to be a sequence in which Preston Lacy exercises while wearing plastic wrap and then Steve-O drinks a cup of his sweat.

The Jackass guys seem to crack each other up, but they don't seem to understand or care why their antics have caught on in such a big way. The film is both bold enough and stupid enough to cross the line many times between funny and cruel, and it raises some interesting questions. If nothing else, it's an experiment (or perhaps a prank) on the American public.

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