It took four years for the Jackass saga to make the jump to 3-D, and boy was it worth it.

In the third installment of Jackass the Movie, Johnny Knoxville and friends give crotch shots and punches to the face all in 3-D.  The movie follows the crew – Knoxville, Bam Margera, Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Jason “Wee-Man” Acuna and Ryan Dunn – doing dangerous, and what most would consider stupid, stunts to attract the “Why?” factor.

At the beginning of the movie a statement reads “these stunts are performed by professionals” which is funny seeing how none of them are professional anything.

The movie starts out with a slap in the face, literally.  The movie’s first prank was called “The High Five” where a giant spring-loaded hand comes from behind a wall and smacks innocent cast members in the face.  The best was when Knoxville attached two bags of flour to the hand and hit Margera in what they call “antiquing.”

The movie is shot using high-speed cameras that could record 1,000 frames per second, which gives the audience the opportunity to see some of the pranks in slow motion.  Director Jeff Termaine wanted to use the slow motion effect to make the audience feel like they’re “being there.”   But thankfully those who made the movie didn’t get carried away with the slow motion effects and added just the right amount to the movie.

Although some of the pranks were extremely disgusting, only a few made me turn away or close my eyes. The most gruesome pranks involved feces being used in manors they shouldn’t.

All in all, “Jackass 3-D” was worth the four-year wait from its predecessor, “Jackass Number Two.”  Knoxville and the boys haven’t gotten worse with age, they’ve actually gotten better.  If you love ruthless, toilet humor pull out $15 and go see this movie.

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