These comedies come back again through the children of Jackas, who return with more horrifying acts and anarchism than ever before. These powerful scenes begin with Steve's encounter with the light turtles, Chris Pontius, the incredible wooden handle, an exciting game of oblivion with the entire gang, and many exciting situations accompanied by exotic music.
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Common Sense Media
June 17, 2011 This grab-bag of leftovers and outtakes isn't nearly as daring as the feature film.Read in Source
March 31, 2011 In many ways more inspired than Jackass 3-D. Perhaps it is because they include failed bits, but it feels like this collection pushes the boundaries of creative stunts more than the latest theatrical film.Read in Source
June 07, 2011 You'll like the all-new version, since it's fifteen minutes shorter than the previous one.Read in Source
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March 02, 2013 Funny, entertaining and more Jackass, what more can you ask for? Jackass 3.5 is just as good, if not better than Jackass 3D and the addition of the behind the scenes stuff shines a new light on the gang, which is great to see.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...