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Jackass: The Movie

Johnny Knoxville, Jason 'Wee Man' Acuna, Brandon DiCamillo, Ryan Dunn, Dave England

Directed by Jeff Tremaine
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March 10, 2003

It's hard to know just how to take Jackass: The Movie. It's not exactly stupid — who else would have thought of releasing a movie that's pretty much exactly the same as the TV show it's based on? Cynical might be a better word. Or even inspired — as long as your definition of inspiration includes shoving a toy car in your rear end. Jackass: The Movie (the DVD) throws in thirty minutes of new stunts. In one, "Pocket Ass Return," Johnny Knoxville tries to return a gay-sex toy that he says gave him a "mid-shaft gash."

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