Iso and Omicron’s habit of ruining student rowdiness can easily be made up for with the Jackass boys back in town. It’s been a decade since we last heard from these guys as a group and while we are missing the late Ryan Dunn and Bam Margera, everyone has returned for some stunting and…. oh boy do they STUNT. This movie has some of their wildest and most dangerous acts ever seen on screen, and Steve-O tight-roped alligators! There are scorpions, taser chairs, bull strikes, and bees in the crew’s toy box. At times you get tense thinking how close some of them were to death.
Not to shy away from the crazy are the new members, with Poopies, Zackass, Rachel Wolfson, Eric Manaka, and OF gang’s Jasper Dolphin who are all wonderful. They meld so well with the legacy members to the point you’d think they had been there the whole time. Not to say the OGs are overshadowed. In fact, most of the hardest hits are shared between the classic members to teary eyed results. I looked away from the screen several times while never once staying silent in the theatre. And honestly, this is a much-needed movie to hit the big screen.
With all the current tensions lingering in our lives, we need a reminder that life isn’t all that serious most of the time. What better way to prove it by watching these guys torture themselves silly, in the best way they know how?
Danger Ehren… dude I feel so sorry for your balls.