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The Making of Jackass Number Two
16 Deleted Scenes
29 Additional Segments
9 TV Spots
8 Promotional Spots
Karazy Music Video (unblurred version)
“Twice as fearless, twice as hilarious, and twice as curious, Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Wee Man, Ryan Dunn, Preston Lacy, Dave England and Ehren McGhehey stumble back onto the big screen with another round of ridiculous stunts, pranks, mischief, and other really bad ideas in ‘Jackass Number Two.’
Laugh yourself silly and gasp in disbelief as the guys launch their battered bodies into the an onslaught of absurd situations and hopeful outcomes, whether it’s Pontius laying his manhood on the line for a puppet show, Bam taking one for the team as he faces off butt-first against a hot branding iron, or Knoxville’s undercover and over-the-top pranks as a 90-year-old man, these guys know what it takes to lower the bar and up the ante in their quest for nonsensical fun.
An experience you will undoubtedly want to have again and again,’ Jackass Number Two Unrated’ tickles the primordial senses the way that only truly great cinema can, and now watch the original uncut film with all the scenes you couldn’t see in theaters and a bunch of unrated special features depicting the low moral caliber you’ve come to expect from these idiots. So strap in and prepare to experience ‘Jackass Number Two’ the way it’s meant to be – in all its uncensored glory.”
“Jackass Number Two Unrated” is not rated, but the theatrical version is rated R for extremely crude and dangerous stunts throughout, sexual content, nudity and language.
Just like in the last film, Johnny Knoxville does a lot of stunts. You’d think since he’s a star outside of this series that he’d go lighter on the death defying stunts, but that’s not the case. He gets attacked by bulls, rides a rocket, gets bit by an anaconda, and more. There are also a number of guest appearances by folks like Luke Wilson, John Waters, and others.
If you’re a fan of “Jackass,” you should be well pleased with the sequel. If you’re not, you probably already know enough about it to decide if it’s your cup of tea.
There’s a good selection of bonus features. You have your standard commentary along with a bunch of deleted scenes and outtakes (which are almost a whole movie by themselves). There’s also a making of feature, TV spots, ad other goodies.