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Hardcore fans will be howling right along with their favorite performers, and it's hard not to get pulled into the air of group stupidity even though the whole thing wears a little thin.

As an adjunct to the continued Jackass stunt fest is one of the disc's bonus features, a documentary titled Jackass: The Beginning, which is structured around a casual couch-side interview with Knoxville, Spike Jonze, and Jeff Tremaine, the creative team that sold the Jackass concept to MTV in 2000.

Jonze admits with a wistful sigh that "we were making up the format of the show as we went along." Knoxville adds an obvious comment, but one that needed to be said: "It's still stupid 10 years later." Other disc extras include a few deleted scenes and outtakes (which are kind of hard to tell apart from what actually made it into the final cut), plus some behind-the-scenes anarchic foolishness from the gang's promotional tour of Europe for the release of the 3-D movie.

In all, Jackass 3.5 is a must-have for Jackass completists; for everyone else it's more a can't-look-away piece of senselessly hazardous hilarity.

In one prank sequence, a "grandfather" passionately kisses his "granddaughter" and grabs her bottom.

From beginning to end, it's filled with punching and hitting, self-inflicted violence, and all kinds of bodily fluids and excrement (including on-screen urination and defecation, as well as full-frontal male nudity).

Cast members are burned and zapped with electric shocks.

There are fewer bodily fluids on display in this entry in the series, but some blood is seen. Cast members urinate on camera, and various objects are placed into various orifices.

The movie comes with a warning not to try any of this stuff at home, but parents can only hope.

It was directed by Jeff Tremaine which he co-produced with Johnny Knoxville and Spike Jonze and co-wrote with Bam Margera, Chris Pontius, Steve-O, Ryan Dunn, Dave England, Jason "Wee Man" Acuña, Preston Lacy, Ehren Mc Ghehey, and Harrison Stone.

The film stars Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Steve-O, Ryan Dunn, Chris Pontius, Preston Lacy, Danger Ehren, Dave England, and "Wee Man".

The same gang's all here--Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Steve-O, Wee Man, Ryan Dunn, Chris Pontius, et al.--and the friends fall about laughing and pointing fingers from the sidelines as they watch each other get hurt and humiliated in a variety of creatively moronic ways.

The stupid stunts include "Barrel Surfing," "Enema Long Jump," "Belt Sander Skates," "Dildo Bazooka," "Electric Limbo," "Fart Darts," and "Snapping Alligator Turtle," many of which are performed naked or with the participants clothed only in tiny thong underwear.

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