In the opening credits, the guys are standing full depth in the giant shopping cart. When they get to the bottom, the cart most noticeably has a platform halfway down that the guys are standing on when they get thrown out. [It is mentioned on the cast commentary (by Bam) that they needed to raise it up because they were afraid of jumping out from so low down in the trolley. Still a mistake, but that's why it's there.] See more...
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Jackass: The Movie (2002) - 2 questions
The "questions" section is for any random questions that occurred to you while watching this film, or anything you didn't entirely understand, and which Google or the IMDb can't help with. Submit them as a question, and hopefully someone will answer (the bold comments in brackets) - check back regularly. If the answer is wrong, or missing information, please use the "clarify answer" option. Don't feel limited - want to know what music played in a certain scene? Whether this was the first film to use a certain effect? Here's the place to ask!
Question: On Yahoo movies, the description of this film says "including a climactic stunt of immense insanity." Now I have seen the movie, but I can't figure out just what stunt was the "climactic one". They all seemed quite climactic and very insane, so I'm wondering if anyone actually knows what stunt they were talking about, or if anyone has a good idea of which one it was.
Answer: Yes, there is a very lengthy and intricate stunt done called the Perfect Ending or something like that. You have to view the extra features on the Jackass DVD to see it.
Question: What song is played during the opening credits? It sounds familiar, but I can't quite place it. What other movies has it been used in?
Answer: It's Carl Orff's classic composition "Carmina Burana". It's most prominent use was in Excalibur (1981), other movies to feature it include Detroit Rock City and General's Daughter (both 1999).