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Jackass 4.5 Release Date and Review

Jackass 4.5 Release Date and Review: Netflix has revealed the release date for Jackass 4.5, as well as a sneak, peek at one of the scenes that didn't make it into Jackass Forever.

The first trailer for Jackass 4.5; which Netflix released on Twitter; features the franchise's thrill-seeking pranksters competing in “The Swingset Gauntlet.”

The goal of the game is for individuals dressed as inflatable animals to navigate a dangerous corridor while the rest of the crew delivers speeding boots from the playground swings.

Jackass 4.5 will be a follow-up to Jackass Forever; the fourth installment in the anarchic series; much like previous entries in the franchise have had “.5” sequels following the release of the major picture.

Behind-the-scenes video; never-before-seen stunts; humorous outtakes; and interviews with cast and crew members will all be included in this new chapter.

During its first weekend, Jackass Forever earned $23 million in ticket sales, more than double its $10 million production budget.

It went on to gross over $80 million worldwide; marking the Jackass crew's victorious return to the big screen after having to grab the gauze on several occasions.

Once again; Johnny Knoxville; Steve-O; Wee Man; Chris Pontius; Dave England; Danger Ehren; and Preston Lacy star in the film; which features them performing outlandish exploits that no one should attempt at home.

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IGN praised Jackass Forever as “a hilarious farewell hurrah for its original crew;” giving it a 9 out of 10 ratings.

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Jackass 4.5, in the tradition of the Jackass sequels and spin-offs; includes behind-the-scenes footage as well as a laundry list of deleted gags.

It's not a whole film — at least; not as complete as a regular Jackass film can be — but it's a great additional feature like a follow-up to the wonderful; nostalgia-and-stupidity-fueled Jackass Forever.

It runs roughly 90 minutes and features sit-down interviews that either explain Forever's humor in detail or set up yet-to-be-seen bits without giving too much away; similar to the other Jackass in-between-quels.

Some of these bonus sketches were cut due to time constraints; such as the Bad Grandpa segment teased in the original trailer; in which Johnny Knoxville's octogenarian pervert character Irving Zisman is set on fire; while others simply didn't go well enough (or badly enough) to make it to the big screen.

It's a lighthearted and reasonably instructive process piece that's especially valuable in the streaming era when movies are rarely packaged with supplementary making-of information like DVDs and Blu-rays.

It's evident how much ahead of the curve the Jackass brothers were with flicks 2.5 and 3.5 back in the day, given that it's not even the first entry of its kind.

In keeping with the overall tone of the film, it begins with a bungled surfing prank, returning us to old and new Jackasses amid innocent (although painful) summer pleasure.

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The nostalgic components of Forever, which took the shape of elderly stuntmen attempting to relive their glory days, are broken down through informal talks, which range from reminiscing about how the reunion came about to debating the drawbacks of trying to live recklessly 20 years later.

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While not quite as magical as seeing the original Jackasses transfer the baton through physical challenges, Jackass 4.5 does provide a more detailed look into how newcomers Zach, Poopies, Eric, Rachel, Jasper, and Dark Shark were selected in the first place.

The fact that they all appear to fit in straight away is nothing short of encouraging (especially with a new show on the horizon).

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There's a joyously ludicrous initiation process involving — for lack of a more refined term — a hot sauce enema, and Danger Ehren, although not being present, gets the worst of it. It's essentially more Jackass Forever, albeit less emotional.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Jackass Still on Netflix 2021?

According to prior interviews with Preston Lacy and Steve-O, Jackass 4.5 will be available on Netflix until 2024, after which it will move to Paramount+.

What Is the Newest Jackass?

Jackass 4.5

It is now available to watch on Netflix. Jackass 4.5, in the tradition of the Jackass sequels and spin-offs, includes behind-the-scenes footage as well as a long list of deleted gags.

Where Can I Watch Jackass 5?

Jackass 4.5

It  is now available to watch on Netflix. Jackass 4.5, in the tradition of the Jackass sequels and spin-offs, includes behind-the-scenes footage as well as a long list of deleted gags.

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