Jackass 3D

Synopsis: '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!).
Director(s): Jeff Tremaine
Production: Paramount Pictures/MTV Films
  1 win & 4 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
94 min


Good evening. I'm Butt-head.

The movie you are about to see

will be presented using

special 3D technology.

You will see the Jackasses

like no human being

has ever seen them before.

In three dimensions.

In order to experience

this new dimension,

you must put on the special glasses

that you were given in the lobby.

This is gonna be cool.

Doesn't really

look any different, Butt-head.

Whoa! Hey, Beavis,

look at my hand.

Its in 3D.

Really? I don't see...

That's amazing!

It felt like you really hit me!

It's almost like your hand really...

Wow! it's amazing technology!

Wait a second.

So sit back and enjoy the movie.

That was definitely 2D.


Hi, I'm Johnny Knoxville!

Welcome to Jackass.

My name is Johnny Knoxville,

and this is the High Five.

Oh, my goodness. Good morning!

There? All right.

- F*ck.

- Oh, no.

- Yeah, Dunn. What up, brother?

- What's up, nerd?

- Whassup, dude?

- What's up, nerds?

Dude, you played it off so good.

He said, "What's up, Dunn?"

Reset, reset.

Ehren's walking in,

and we're gonna have him bring

in a whole tray full of soup.

- How you doing, guys?

- Pop it in there.

- He's not gonna do it.

- What?

I don't think he's gonna go for it.

- What up, Ehren?

- What's up, dude?

Help us crowd, brother.

He fell for it!

He fell for the soup!

Welcome back, ladies. You got me.

Oh, my God!

Look at the tray!

He broke it in half, dude!

- You can hug me for that.

- The tray broke.

I can't believe he fell for it.

"Can you bring the soup in?"

"We need you to bring this

tray of soup into the kitchen."

This is all flour

for our friend, Barn.

We're gonna antique him

when he gets here.

- Oh, OK.

- He's walking in.

- What's up?

- What up?

Not much. How you been?

High five!

That was the best one so far!

- Oh, my God!

- You guys done kicked my fucking ass.

He got antiqued!

- I was so not ready for that.

- That was so good! You went flying.

- Good morning, man.

- Morning, Barn!

Howdy. Goddamn!

Not too many people knew us

back in our college days,

but, man, we were wild!

I mean, we were having

wet T-shirt contests,

bitchin' summers, body shots...


And Johnny Knoxville,

the king of spring break!

Toga! Toga! Toga! Toga! Toga!

I'm Johnny Knoxville.

This is the Jet Ski.


Holy shit!

You just barely clipped the top.

He totally landed it.

- How far did I go?

- You went far, man.

I was scared, man.

I've seen a lot of crazy shit

during spring break,

and that took the cake, man.

I didn't exactly stick

the fuckin' landing.

- No. I think you did.

- Yeah, you did!

The king of spring break!

Shit. Dude, I knew

we shouldn't have done this

at my fuckin' dad's house.

He's already pissed about me

fuckin' skipping school.

He's gonna cut me off.

That's coming out of my allowance.

I'm Steve-O... Oh, f*ck!

Why do I have to be Steve-O?

- it'll be so quick.

- Yeah, yeah, yeah.

You got it.

I'm Steve-O,

and this is Tee Ball.

That was a direct ding-ding hit.

It's only getting worse and worse.

You're the best fielder

I ever saw, Steve-O.

Great job.

Right down the middle.

Line drive.

I'm Dave England,

and this is the Bungee Boogie.


That was thrilling.

- What the f*ck?

- Let's try it again!

Let go.


- You OK, dude?

- Yeah, super good.

- Ready?

- OK.

My lip.

- Here we go.

- Tell us when.

- Go ahead.

- Step... go!

That was actually pretty impressive.

I mean, it wasn't a slam,

but it was still pretty impressive.

But this is really impressive.

- Ready?

- This seems dangerous.

And go!

F*ck the helmet,

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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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