Not for kids 17 and under
Leftover, lesser stunts from Jackass crew.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that they can expect more of the usual from the Jackass crew this time around: dangerous and often downright stupid stunts and pranks (like seeing how hard a snapping turtle will bite their nose or whether baby powder can be used to show the precise moment flatulence leaves the body). This DVD is compiled from material leftover from Jackass: Number Two, so it tends to be lower-concept stuff that the filmmakers rejected for the theatrically released movie. Expect shots of naked butts, male genitalia (and penis posters and T-shirts), men drinking or being sprayed with urine, a man able to defecate at will for the camera, a nude morbidly obese woman sitting on Wee Man (who is a Little Person), and more. Oh, and incessant swearing, too.
- Families can talk about why these stunts come with a warning at the beginning and the end. Whose fault is it if fans try to mimic the crew and end up seriously hurt? Teens: Does the crew's behavior make you want to try an elaborate prank yourself? Do you think the crew acts responsibly when they perform their "skits"? Families can also discuss why this sort of physical abuse is considered comedy. What's funny about these extreme pranks and stunts?