Jackass Forever


Action / Comedy / Documentary

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 86%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 91%
IMDb Rating 7.5 10 13663

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English 2.0
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1 hr 36 min
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Reviewed by jboothmillard 5 / 10

Jackass Forever

It had been twenty years since the end of the TV show and the first movie, and it had been ten years since the third and what we thought was the last movie, but it was a pleasant surprise to see the gang returning for this fourth, and most likely now final movie. Basically, a bunch of American performers film each other, sometimes with hidden camera, performing stunts and pranks on each other and on the public, just like in the TV show. The stunts involve being injured or doing disgusting things with almost no thought for health and safety, and the pranks are hilarious to see play out either on the performers or on the public for their reactions. Starring Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Ehren McGhehey, Preston Lacy, Jason "Wee Man" Acuña and Dave England, introducing Zach Holmes, Sean "Poopies" McInerney, Jasper Dolphin, Rachel Wolfson and Eric Manaka, with appearances from director Jeff Tremaine, Spike Jonze (director of Being John Malkovich and Her), Rick Kosick, Dimitry Elyashkevich, Chris Raab aka Raab Himself, Machine Gun Kelly (Baker), Eric André, "Darkshark" Wilson (Jasper's father), Tyler the Creator, Rob Dyrdek, heavyweight boxer Francis Ngannou, softball pitcher Danielle O'Toole, and ice hockey player P. K. Subban. The highlights in the film are the opening tribute to kaiju (giant monster) movies with Dickzilla, Pontius's private painted green as a monster overrunning a city and defeated by a snapping turtle, Human Ramp, the Dum Dum Game, Hammock Throw, the Marching Band, Body Surfing, Furniture Shopping (elderly man prank), the Cup Test (one of the most memorable sequences from the TV show), the Magic Trick (Knoxville flipped by a bull), the Flight of Icarus, the Spider Helmet, the Silence of the Lambs (the performers in a dark room tricked they are with a venomous snake), Cold Brew / Bicycle Back Hand, the Electric Dance, the Boar-kake (pig semen dumped on England), the Quiet/Mime Game, the Invisible Wall, the Lie Detector Test (a prank within a prank with Ehren and a bear), the Underwater Fart Fire, the Punching Bag, the Bee Genitals, Musical Chair Bags, Scorpion Botox, Front Yard Sale Toilet, the Triple Wedgie, Wee Man's Sacrifice/the Buzzard, Biggest Fans, Cold Brew Coffee, and the Vomitron. The most noticeable difference in the film, besides the absence of the sadly departed Ryan Dunn (who gets a touching tribute in the end credits), is Bam Margera (and his parents Phil and April) being missing (apart from a blink and you'll miss it scene), following disagreements with the crew and making threats against Tremaine and his family, resulting in Bam being fired and a restraining order from Tremaine. The performers deliberately doing things to hurt themselves and each other, often crashing into things, along with some disgusting things that cause vomiting, is cringing and looks painful and dangerous, and should not be tried at home. But you cannot help but laugh at it, because the performers, including the new recruits, all have a great sense of humour, and there are some genuinely ingenious pranks on the public, for adults only, a most watchable reality slapstick comedy. Worth watching!

Reviewed by Calicodreamin 8 / 10

Jackass is back

You can't help but love the absolute lunacy of a jackass movie, and this installment is no docent. You'll laugh, you'll cringe, and you'll definitely yell "oooohhh" many times.

Reviewed by neil-476 7 / 10

Bruiising and amusing

Jackass Forever

A group of grown men (and a couple of women who don't enter the spirit of the thing to quite the same extent) take part in assorted stunts, japes and practical jokes, many of which are unsavoury and most of which involve actual violence, sometimes graphic, often involving genitalia, and all of which generate hysterical laughter among those members of the ensemble to whom it is not happening. Faeces are involved, bones are broken, blood is drawn, and bruises - many, many bruises - are inflicted. Also contusions.

These people have been doing this for 20 years now. And it's still funny. It shouldn't be, but it is.

There is much male nudity. The reaction it provokes is usually a need to wince.

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