Jackass: The Movie

Jackass: The Movie (2002)

Continuity mistake: The opening scene in the shopping cart must have been filmed in two places. At one point you can see the end of the road, which is just a brick wall, but they crash into a market.

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Continuity mistake: 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.]

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Other mistake: In the Rube Goldberg Test scene, read the subtitles when Rip Taylor is talking. In the actual movie (where all we see is Johnny Knoxville coming out of the catapult) the subtitles have him saying "Oh, child." at one point. In the extras (where we see the complete Rube Goldberg Test), the subtitles show Rip saying "Oh, John." for the same line.

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Trivia: Prior to the release of this film, Johnny Knoxville was reported to be, by an American tabloid, "so dishevelled" by a boy who died reconstructing "Big Wheel Craze" that he refused to make the movie or any more episodes of "Jackass." Two weeks later, the ad for the film was shown in the exact same spot in the paper.

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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?

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Chosen 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).

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.

Chosen 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.

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