Jackass 2.5

Synopsis: The crew have now set off to finish what as left over from Jackass 2.0, and in this version they have Wee Man use a 'pee' gun on themselves, having a mini motor bike fracas in the grocery mall, a sperm test, a portly crew member disguised as King Kong, as well as include three episodes of their hilarious adventures in India, namely drinking beer off of Shridhar Chillai's several feet long fingernails; having one of the crew lie on a bed of nails with two snakes - one on his chest and one between the legs, as well as a decorated elephant in the background; and finally having a half-naked Indian Sadhu drink one of the crew's urine.
Director(s): Jeff Tremaine
Production: Paramount Home Video
 
IMDB:
6.5
UNRATED
Year:
2007
64 min
Website
28 Views


Attention!

Be seated.

Now, I'd like to present to you

Jackass 2..

But before I do,

I would like to introduce you

to the fine men

who risked their lives

and livers to make this film possible.

By God, they made it their duty.

Soldiers!

About face!

Hello. I'm Johnny Knoxville.

Welcome to Jackass!

At ease.

When we went out to shoot

Jackass Number Two,

we actually shot

two movies' worth of a movie.

I don't know how we ended up

with so much footage. I think...

We didn't really want to stop filming.

It's just funner than normal life.

This is pure black house paint.

-It's not really house paint, it's interior.

-lt'll be all right.

Water-based, of course.

Just paint the fat bastard up,

and let's get this over with.

The second thing we shot for

Jackass Number Two was a bit called

Beauty and the Beast.

And it's an idea Preston wrote, where

we dress him up as a gorilla, and

Wee Man up as the damsel in distress.

And we stand them up on top of

a building, or in our case a porta-potty,

and fly airplanes at them

and crash them into them

and, you know, he's the big King Kong.

And after hiding

my extreme fear of heights

for six years, I got busted.

What's the technical word for that,

fear of heights?

Fatty-fall-down-aphobia?

Oh, shit!

Oh, here it comes.

-Come on, Kong.

-Oh, my God!

Oh, my God, Kong!

-Bring it back. Bring it back.

-Come on, Kong!

It's coming in fast this time, Kong!

Come on!

Holy shit!

-Beat its ass!

-Oh, my God!

I'm dizzy. I'm dizzy.

I'm about to pass out.

Oh, my God!

-Oh, shit!

-Oh, crap.

-Oh shit! Hey, Preston!

-Preston! Sit down!

-Sit down.

-Sit down.

Preston, get down.

Hey, do the sound.

Preston, you're doing good, buddy.

I thought he was crying at one point.

How you doing?

Hey, we're getting gold, man.

-Watch out.

-He's going to shit himself.

Hey, Gay Ray can't rescue you.

Get back up there, Wee Man.

I was up there having, literally,

the worst day of my damn life.

All I could see was all the boys,

all my friends down there,

just pointing and laughing at me.

-Grab the prop.

-What's happening?

-Ready, go!

-He looks like a giant target.

It's the kind of shit

that you feel like a bad person for.

Save your woman!

-Shit!

-You all right?

Oh, no, dude, that was not good.

-He's all right.

-ls he good?

-I can't believe he's all right.

-Dude, he missed the mattress.

-Biggest noise.

-That wasn't very good.

It didn't end very good.

I don't got anything to say about that.

You all right?

It was the hardest day of any day

I've had in Jackass, in eight years.

And I honestly didn't think I'd be able

to finish the movie after that.

It was that bad.

-Hello. I'm Preston Lacy.

-And I'm Wee Man.

This is Beauty and the Beast!

Save me, big gorilla, save me!

I wonder how you explain

the difference in... That's insane.

That's insane.

-Save your woman.

-Save your career.

Hey, man, come on!

Save me, big gorilla, save me.

Save me, big gorilla, save me.

-That's one brave monkey.

-Oh, yeah, it is.

What the f*ck?

It just goes to show

that when the chips are down

It just goes to show

that when the chips are down

and life looks like it really sucks...

Xanax!

I'm Phil Margera, and I'm hungry

for some goddamn meatballs.

Do it.

Are you all right?

Yeah, it got me like a punch.

-You going to have a black eye?

-I think so.

-Oh my God.

-I hope so.

-How was those meatballs, Phil?

-They were delish.

-Ape, you did a good job.

-Thank you.

I wrote this skit, Dizzy Boxing.

And when I wrote it, I wrote that

we would be suspended from ropes

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Jeff Tremaine

Jeffrey James Tremaine (born September 4, 1966) is an American showrunner, filmmaker and formet magazine editot. He is most closely associated with the Jackass franchise, having been involved since the inception of the first TV show. Tremaine is the former editor of the skating culture magazine Big Brother and a former art director of the influential BMX magazine GO as well as a former professional BMX rider. Jeff was the executive producer on the MTV reality series Rob and Big and now works as the executive producer of Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory, Ridiculousness, Nitro Circus, and Adult Swim's Loiter Squad. In 2009, it was announced that Tremaine would be directing the second sequel to Jackass, titled Jackass 3D. It was filmed in 3D starting in January 2010. The whole cast of the previous movies returned.In January 2014, it was announced that Tremaine would be directing the Mötley Crüe biopic The Dirt. Tremaine then made a public appearance at the band's final tour press conference on January 28, 2014 confirming and also speaking on the film expressing his excitement. One year later, Focus Features announced that they had picked up the film, keeping Tremaine on to continue with directing. In 2015, Tremaine directed and hosted the WWE Network series, WWE Swerved. In July 2015, Tremaine directed Angry Skies, a 30 for 30 film, for ESPN. In September 2016, Tremaine directed a new safety video for American Airlines. more…

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