Jackass: The Movie

Jackass: The Movie (2002)

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Corrected entry: In the burglary scene when they fall through the ceiling, the guy with the dreadlocks stands up and waits a few seconds before he takes off running. In the replay of the scene he starts running right after they fall through.

Correction: When we see the man running out Bam is only just getting up. We see this twice. We do not see Bam sit up or see the man with dreadlocks run out. This is down to the editing.

Corrected entry: In the scene where Dunn goes into the Doctor's office to get the X-Ray of the car in his ass, he is actually carrying an envelope into the office (similar to the one that X-Rays come in). After this shot, you never see the envelope again.

Correction: The "Butt X-Ray" skit is actually two attempts at it edited into one whole scene. The envelope he is shown holding at certain times are the x-rays he got from his first visit to a different clinic. They did not use that footage because they did not get the reaction they wanted from the people working there.

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