Plot summary[ edit ] Rent-a-Car Crash-Up Derby - the team rent a Ford Contour which Johnny Knoxville then drives in a demolition derby event, before returning the wrecked car to the rental company.
The Muscle Stimulator - the team try out electronic muscle stimulators, using them to zap each other with electric shocks. Fatty Fall Down - Preston Lacy sits down on a bench that has been rigged to collapse, in front of passers-by.
Golf Cart Antics - the team take part in various stunts in golf buggies across a golf course, destroying them in the process. Alligator Tightrope - Steve-O attempts to walk a tightrope across a zoo's alligator enclosure. Fireworks Wake-Up - Bam Margera wakes up his parents by letting off fireworks in their bedroom, and again in Phil's van when he sets out to go to work.
The Shoplifter - Johnny Knoxville, dressed as an elderly man, attempts to steal from a shop by hiding various items in his clothes. Hardware Store Crap - Dave England takes a dump in a display toilet at a hardware store. Clipper Cam - various members of the team and crew are subjected to surprise attacks with hair clippers. Mousetraps - Ehren McGhehey, dressed as a mouse, has to negotiate his way through hundreds of mousetraps to reach the "cheese".
The Bungee Wedgie - Raab Himself jumps from a tree, suspended by his underpants from a bungee cord. Riot Control Test - Johnny Knoxville is shot in the stomach with a "less-lethal" projectile designed to control rioters. Tropical Pole Vaulting - Steve-O pole-vaults into palm trees, into the sea from a pier, and into a filthy drainage channel. Night Pandas - The team dress up as pandas and set off into the bustling nightlife of Tokyo.
Rocket Skates - Johnny Knoxville attaches firework rockets to his roller skates. Roller Disco Truck - The team get into the back of a truck for a roller disco complete with strobe lights and dry ice, while Preston Lacy drives the truck around a car park. The Gong - Rick Kosick and Johnny Knoxville sneak up behind unsuspecting members of the Japanese public with a giant gong.
The Handrail - Johnny Knoxville attempts to grind a long rail on his skateboard, with professional skaters Eric Koston and Clyde Singleton appearing in a cameo role. Jacuzzi - Preston Lacy has a relaxing afternoon in the hot tub with a beer. Paper Cuts - The team give each other papercuts in sensitive areas with an envelope. The Fortune Teller - Party Boy gets his fortune told. Department Store Boxing - Boxer Butterbean takes on Johnny Knoxville, their boxing ring being the middle of a department store.
Whale Shark Gummer - Steve-O and Chris Pontius fill their swimming trunks with shrimp and go diving to attract whale sharks. Tidal Wave - Johnny Knoxville dons his snorkel and faces up to a huge man-made wave. Off-Road Tattoo - Steve-O gets a tattoo of a smiley face on his arm in the back of a Humvee, with Henry Rollins driving it over rough ground at high speed.
Ass Rockets - Steve-O and the team develop new ways of launching fireworks. Yellow Snowcone - Ehren McGhehey ignores the old warning to never eat yellow snow. Golf Course Airhorn - The team hide in trees at the side of a golf course, armed with airhorns. Son of Jackass - the team dress as elderly men for the apocalyptic ending sequence. The original ending for the film was supposed to be a Rube Goldberg -type contraption, with each of the cast members performing a stunt that either has something to do with what they did on the show for example, the first stunt would have Preston as "The Human Wrecking Ball", knocking him into a Port-A-Potty , or simply for a sight gag such as Ehren being knocked over in the Port-A-Potty and landing on a bed of toilet paper rolls , ending with Johnny being launched off the catapult next to Rip Taylor.
However, as the entire contraption didn't work together the way they wanted it to, the producers of the film decided to try filming an alternate ending, which is how they came to film the "Son Of Jackass" skit. The "Son Of Jackass" skit involves dressing all the performers in 'old man' clothing and having them run around exploding buildings and sheds, with only Steve-O surviving to proclaim "Yeah, dude.
Some bits of the failed ending were incorporated into the end credits montage, like Dave England dressed in a penis costume and the giant Plinko contraption. This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. October Learn how and when to remove this template message Because of the sensitive nature of some stunts, as well as the possibility of legal action, some parts of the film had to be edited out.
One example of this is in the "Riot Control Test" skit. In this skit, Johnny Knoxville is shot at with a beanbag projectile from a pump-action shotgun. The first time Knoxville is shot at, it misses him making him extremely nervous.
The scene was later edited out as, while the Jackass crew could waive civil liability, they could not waive criminal liability. Hence, should Johnny or any cast member have been killed or grievously injured as a result of a stunt, the producers of the film could be held liable on the grounds of negligent or reckless homicide or battery.
In addition, the final skit in the film called "Butt X-Ray" was edited to remove the insertion of the toy car into Ryan Dunn's anus, the reason being that displaying the insertion might have been considered pornographic or otherwise highly objectionable by the MPAA, and could have earned the film an NC rating , severely limiting its distribution.
Japanese version[ edit ] Since some scenes of the film were shot in Tokyo , Japan , a special edited version was made and screened for Japanese audiences. Some bits were edited out for legal reasons especially scenes showing people's faces without their consent ; however, they were placed back in for the special DVD version.
Please help by spinning off or relocating any relevant information, and removing excessive detail that may be against Wikipedia's inclusion policy. The critics consensus reads, "There's a good chance you'll be laughing hysterically at one stunt, but getting grossed out by the next one in this big screen version of the controversial MTV show.
God help me, thumbs up. The Movie is as a piece of conceptual art. How far and low will these guys go? What's the pinnacle of pointlessness? Vice said the film should have been rated NC and said that many people will find the film to be "possibly the most irresponsible picture ever released by a major film studio.
I'm not sure if I enjoyed myself, exactly, but I could hardly wait to see what I'd be appalled by next. The Movie up as a leading example of the decline of Western civilization. The Movie as one of the 10 best films of and also called it the most underrated film of The Movie as further evidence they are the more intelligent sex" and "As much as I laughed throughout the movie, I cannot mount a cogent defense of the film as entertainment, or even performance art , although the movie does leave you marveling at these guys' superhuman capacity to withstand pain and their even stranger eagerness to suffer it.
Scott said the film "is essentially an extended episode of the popular Jackass MTV series" and that "some of the undertakings, amateurishly recorded on video, are like demented science experiments. Jackass, far and away.