The Jackass Movies In Chronological Order

 The Jackass series has come to be associated with outrageous stunts, crass humour, and a committed group of performers who will do everything for a laugh. Since the MTV show debuted in 2000, the franchise swiftly grew into some films that have delighted fans and scared parents for more than 20 years. In this article, we’ll examine every film in the Jackass movies in order of release, including the most recent entry, Jackass Forever, which came out in 2022.

Jackass The Movie (2002)

DirectorJeff Tremaine
Release DateOctober 25, 2002
Main CastJohnny Knoxville Bam Margera Chris Pontius
IMDb Rating6.6/10

The world of the Jackass crew was introduced to fans in the revolutionary, entertaining, and divisive first Jackass movie. Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Bam Margera, and Johnny Knoxville have pulled several crazy pranks and stunts that pushed the limits of what was permitted in movies. The Human Wrecking Ball, in which Knoxville and Pontius swing from a crane and crash into walls and other objects, and “The Poo Cocktail Supreme,” in which Steve-O is catapulted into the air via a port-a-potty, are two of the most famous scenes. With over $79 million in global box office receipts, Jackass The Movie was a box office hit and has subsequently gained cult status.

Jackass Number Two (2006)

DirectorJeff Tremaine
Release DateSeptember 22, 2006
Main CastJohnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Chris Pontius
IMDb Rating7/10

Most people agree that Jackass Number Two is the best film in the series. The Jackass crew installs a siren that sounds like a gunshot in a taxi to scare unwary passengers in “The Terror Taxi,” and Chris Pontius has an X-ray of his pelvic region taken with a toy vehicle pushed into his rectum in “The Butt X-Ray,” among other outrageous and funny antics. The film also has some of the most uncomfortable scenes in the history of the series, such as “The S*** Cocktail,” in which Steve-O is submerged in a tank filled with foul liquids like human excrement. Jackass Number Two earned over $84 million at the box office and garnered favourable reviews from critics who commended its creativity and humour.

Jackass 2.5 (2007)

DirectorJeff Tremaine
Release DateDecember 19, 2007
Main CastJohnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Preston Lacy
IMDb Rating6.3/10

A direct-to-video release called Jackass 2.5 features deleted scenes and making-of material from Jackass Number Two. Although the film is not as well-known as the others in the series, it still has some ridiculous and funny moments. One of the most unforgettable scenes is “The Night Monkey,” in which Chris Pontius terrorises his friends in the middle of the night while dressed as a monkey. The film also features actor and crew interviews, which offer some fascinating insights into the filmmaking process.

Jackass Presents: Mat Hoffman’s Tribute to Evel Knievel (2008)

DirectorElia Lyssy
Release DateMay 27, 2008
Main CastJohnny Knoxville, Mat Hoffman, Travis Pastrana
IMDb Rating6.2/10

This instalment of the Jackass franchise, Jackass Presents: Mat Hoffman’s Tribute to Evel Knievel, departs from the norm. As Mat Hoffman tries to beat Knievel’s record for the longest motorcycle leap, the film pays tribute to the iconic stuntman Evel Knievel. The film features family and friend interviews as well as an old video of Knievel’s most famous stunts. Jackass Presents: Mat Hoffman’s Tribute to Evel Knievel is a passionate and enjoyable tribute to a cultural hero, while not being as outlandish as the other movies in the franchise.

Jackass 3D (2010)

DirectorJeff Tremaine
Release DateOctober 15, 2010
Main CastJohnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Bam Margera
IMDb Rating7/10

With the addition of 3D technology to the stunts and pranks, Jackass 3D elevates the franchise. Some of the most iconic scenes in the history of the franchise can be found in this film, such as “The High Five,” in which the Jackass crew constructs a huge hand to high-five, and “The Rocky,” in which Steve-O is thrown into the air by a massive slingshot. The film also features some of the goriest scenes in the history of the franchise, including “The Bull Shark,” in which Steve-O gets bit by a shark while pulling off a trick. Critics gave Jackass 3D favourable reviews, praising its use of 3D technology and ability to uphold the franchise’s irreverent comedy.

Jackass 3.5 (2011)

DirectorJeff Tremaine
Release DateApril 1, 2011
Main CastJohnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Bam Margera
IMDb Rating6.7/10

A direct-to-video version called Jackass 3.5 features Jackass 3D deleted scenes and behind-the-scenes material. While lacking the same level of cohesion as the other films in the series, Jackass 3.5 still offers lots of laughs and crazy antics. A huge catapult shot into the air the Beehive Tetherball, in which Steve-O and Chris Pontius play tetherball with a beehive, and “The Human Catapult,”, are two of the most memorable scenes. Fans of the series should see Jackass 3.5 since it offers a more in-depth look into the cast’s relationships and the process of making the films.

Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa (2013)

DirectorJeff Tremaine
Release DateOctober 25, 2013
Main CastJohnny Knoxville, Jackson Nicoll, Gregorio
IMDb Rating6.5/10

The Jackass formula is changed in Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa. The story follows Johnny Knoxville as he assumes the identity of 86-year-old Irving Zisman and travels by car with his grandson Billy, who is 8 years old (played by Jackson Nicoll). The video features a mixture of staged moments and hidden camera pranks, and it’s lovely to watch Irving and Billy’s bond grow throughout. The Funeral, in which Irving accidentally topples a coffin at a funeral, and “The Pageant,” in which Billy competes in a kid beauty pageant, are two of the most enduring scenes. Critics gave Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa high marks, praising its heart and humour.

Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa.5 (2014)

DirectorJeff Tremaine
Release DateJune 3, 2014
Main CastJohnny Knoxville, Jackson Nicoll, Jack Polick
IMDb Rating6.2/10

A direct-to-video DVD called Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa.5 features deleted scenes and making of material from the original film. Although the movie is not as well-rounded as the original, it still has many hilarious and outrageous moments. The episodes “The Tattoo Parlour,” in which Irving and Billy go to a tattoo parlour and receive matching tattoos, and “The Marriage Proposal,” in which Irving pops the question to a total stranger, are among the most memorable. Fans of the first movie will like seeing Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa.5, as it offers a more in-depth look at the production and some of the stunts that weren’t included in the final product.

Jackass Forever (2022)

DirectorJeff Tremaine
Release DateFebruary 4, 2022
Main CastJohnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Chris Pontius
IMDb Rating6.8/10

After a ten-year break, the franchise comes back with Jackass Forever. In addition to completing a variety of brand-new and time-honoured stunts, Johnny Knoxville and the rest of the Jackass group also share some touching moments as they consider their long-standing friendship. The group is imprisoned in a pen with a charging bull in “The Bull Pen,” and in “The Taser Chair,” Chris Pontius and Steve-O are repeatedly tasered while seated in electric chairs, which are two of the most unforgettable scenes. The cast of Jackass Forever proved that they have plenty of talent left in the tank, and it is a great addition to the series.

Wrap Up!

Since its beginnings on MTV, the Jackass series has come a long way. The actors have become adored comedy industry icons as a result of the films’ escalating wildness and outrageousness over the years. From the first Jackass: The Movie to the most recent entry, Jackass Forever, the series has given fans a tonne of unforgettable moments and stunts that will go down in history. No matter what you think of the Jackass films, there’s no doubting their influence on comedy and their enduring fandom.

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