Johnny Knoxville and his crazy friends appear on the big screen for the very first time in Jackass: The Movie. They wander around Japan in panda outfits, wreak havoc on a once civilized golf course, they even do stunts involving LIVE alligators, and so on. While Johnny Knoxvile and his pals put their life at risk, they are entertaining people at the same time. Get ready for Jackass: The Movie!!
Eric H (us) wrote: I'm no critic but I thought the movie was a little to slowly paced. Luke Wilson played basically the same role in Old School. I watched on a lark and didn't hate the movie - but I didn't laugh much and it seemed to be a lot of fluff. Ultimately - I didn't really care what happened to the characters so it was hard to get invested in the story. Worth watching if you're bored.
Christine B (kr) wrote: a heartwarming film that brought tears to my eyes
Julie Y (es) wrote: the story wasnt tight.. there romance was hard to understand lil bit.. but cute.. n ok for a killing time movie.. btw Freddie Prinze Jr. is now getting old.. i realised it in this movie..
Andrea G (gb) wrote: Wanted to like it more than I did. Couldn't get behind Cassandra's character at all.
Lee M (au) wrote: Mopey and overlong period piece that suggests stodgy PBS and BBC literary adaptations, Frank Van Passel's "Villa Des Roses" is yet another complicated, mostly English-lingo international coproduction rich in high-priced production values, but devoid of substance.
Jim S (au) wrote: Amusing and unusual blend of live action and animation with some great voice work. It's at times funny but the animated scenes work the best here.
james f (ag) wrote: Loved it at the time, but I was not as incredibly sophisticated as I am now.
Vanessa K (ru) wrote: This is honestly my favorite movie. Victoria Justice is amazing!! I love herrrr!!<3 That's why I love this movie sooo muchhh!!! :D
Francis M (nl) wrote: A creative and charming short film, showing the skills that Spielberg had when he had no wealth. It is still a mystery how such a talented director became a money mogul instead, to get more bums on seats as possible rather than directing something with some depth.
Jos M (au) wrote: Uno de los primeros film noir en tocar el tema sobrenatural, el argumento se repetiria luego en muchas pelculas.
Erika B (ca) wrote: oh, Johnny. Say you love me Johnny. You're killing me Johnny.
Nathan A (mx) wrote: As Zombie films go, it was actually pretty good.
Carlos M (mx) wrote: It is remarkable how this film turned out to be so superb and profound despite all the many cuts and re-edits it went through in post-production, surprising us with its direction, editing and two exceptional central performances - especially William Hurt, who deserved the Oscar he won.