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Boy was Jackass 3D ever good! but if it's not your cup of tea, Rajo's got a pretty good alternative for your weekend viewing.
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Hi! I’m Rajo Zakic and this is Watch this Instead. Last night in the theater of the suburbs film with teens and hoodies including some poor guy who have to save nine sits for his friends who are getting high outside I saw Jackass 3D which is a spectacular film. If somehow your not familiar with the Jackass franchise it was originally show in MTV that featured a posy of dare able idiot who routinely perform dangerous and often disgusting low brow performance are franks that could easily result in this member mean or death but usually only ended up with somebody puking on the screen. Jackass 3D is the third and probably final theoretical film with this franchise and it’s definitely leaves up to the lunacy and recklessness of the Jackass tradition even though all these guys seem a lot older and a lot more frail and maybe unable to sustain the kinds of injury that they’ve shrug off on the past. Still the length they go to are inventive and extreme enough to provide a solid aren’t half of got busting entertainment. And it’s nice to see that they can still come up with new and interesting ways for to get hit in the balls. The film was shot in 3D which is overall pretty good if not unnoticeable in some scenes but what makes the inflated ticket price totally worth it is Jeff Tremaine used of the phantom digital camera which can shots a thousand frames per second and resulted in super ultra slow motion shots of dudes unexpected getting punch on the face or shot with paper guns. All of that stuff was absolutely breathtakingly gorgeous to watch on the big screen in 3D. It’s where to see such incredible, incredible footage in a theoretical film which makes Jackass 3D all the more special. But as this film features sound humor that definitely pushes the boundaries of what the humor might be to stannic it’s not for everyone obviously. While you’ve got to admit that what these guys do requires a certain curiosity and fearlessness that’s pretty unique. It’s hard to ignore the juvenile idiocy that fuels there X plus which isn’t everyone cups of tea understandably. If these describe you then I really do feel like you are missing out on something special. In all seriousness Jackass 3D demonstrate a very special brand of reality film making that is born out of spirit of adventure that very hard to duplicate. Instead perhaps you should if you have them already check out Myth Buster which is see as Jackass is sort of nerdier older brother franchise. It’s a discovery channel show that’s also available on DVD and it features former Hollywood special effects experts as they test modern science miss through a series of highly entertaining experiment. It was usually an explosion too and instead of torturing each other with there highly dangerous stands, they’ve done the sensible thing and they’ve got a crash test dummy mascot that fits in for them. Unlike Jackass 3D you won’t see shots of male genitalia being crash or destroyed in anyway but you will find that seems spirit of curiosity and access to resources that immediate in order to satiate that curiosity and the result or some of the most unforgettable satisfying sequences ever put to film. So check out Myth Buster on DVD or if you’re brave enough make it to see Jackass 3D in theaters you won’t be sorry.