Who's in It:
Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Ryan Dunn, Preston Lacy, Dave England, Ehren McGhehey
The Basics: It's another helping of dangerous stunts and disgusting double-dog dares. They eat and drink things that will make you want to hide your eyes or barf into your popcorn bucket. It's like Snakes on a Plane in that way. You either really, really want to see it. Or you don't. And if you don't, then we're probably not friends.
What's the Deal? John Waters was right when he called these guys sexual anarchists. As their empire has grown from Big Brother Magazine to the TV show to these movies, these guys have redefined the idea of what a "dude" is to the point where you'd be OK to think that it includes rubbing up against your friends naked and wearing a beard made from the trimmings of their body hair. This is how progress happens in a civilized world.
My Favorite Parts: The butt-branding, the stair-sledding, the April Margera groping, the leeching and the bit with the horse that's just too gross to write about here. And the final bit, called "Terror Taxi," is almost too good to be true. I won't spoil it for you, but it involves the beard I mentioned earlier.
Celebrity Cameos: Waters shows up, as do Luke Wilson, Willie Garson (he's the guy who played Sarah Jessica Parker's gay friend on Sex and the City), Tony Hawk, Spike Jonze, Mark Zupan from Murderball (he gets a rocket-poweredwheelchair jump into a lake), Three 6 Mafia and Broken Lizard guy Jay Chandrasekhar.
Here's How You Get Someone to Sit Naked on a Block of Ice So That His Genitalia Gets Stuck to It: Say, "It's for the bros." It is apparently as easy as that.