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Thread: Jackass 3D - High Five, Funniest thing i ever saw

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    Jackass has gotten more and more faggy, i prob wont watch this movie for that reason but this skit is funny as hell

    http://www.megavideo.com/?v=Z46PHPKS
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    Ahahahahaha, orsum clip

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    That's the single funniest thing that you ever saw?
    Now I'm depressed .
    It's all Meg's fault.

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    It was funny the first time.

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    another 100 million in the bank, 3D movies are killing box office records

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    Quote Originally Posted by dsa16 View Post
    another 100 million in the bank, 3D movies are killing box office records
    Comparative box office success is so deceptive that it's ridiculous

    DOMESTIC GROSSES
    Adjusted for Ticket Price Inflation

    1Gone with the Wind MGM $1,606,254,800 $198,676,459 1939^
    2 Star Wars Fox $1,416,050,800 $460,998,007 1977^
    3 The Sound of Music Fox $1,132,202,200 $158,671,368 1965
    4 E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial Uni. $1,127,742,000 $435,110,554 1982^
    5 The Ten Commandments Par. $1,041,450,000 $65,500,000 1956
    6 Titanic Par. $1,020,349,800 $600,788,188 1997
    7 Jaws Uni. $1,018,226,600 $260,000,000 1975
    8 Doctor Zhivago MGM $986,876,900 $111,721,910 1965
    9 The Exorcist WB $879,020,900 $232,671,011 1973^
    10 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Dis. $866,550,000 $184,925,486 1937^
    11 101 Dalmatians Dis. $794,342,100 $144,880,014 1961^
    12 The Empire Strikes Back Fox $780,536,100 $290,475,067 1980^
    13 Ben-Hur MGM $779,100,000 $74,000,000 1959
    14 Avatar Fox $772,959,500 $760,287,763 2009^
    15 Return of the Jedi Fox $747,772,300 $309,306,177 1983^
    16 The Sting Uni. $708,685,700 $156,000,000 1973
    17 Raiders of the Lost Ark Par. $700,727,700 $242,374,454 1981^

    And as for world-wide and Avatar's seemingly dominating numbers,two of the biggest markets (Russia and China) only came into effect in the last 20 years.

    Not to mention the current relative weakness of the US dollar.
    It's all Meg's fault.

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    The stunts in this movie are performed by professionals ... professional what?

    I don't think I'll watch another Jackass movie after seeing what they did with the horse:

    The cast members arrange to have a stallion mate with another horse and have him ejaculate into a cup. Then Chris Pontius drinks it. (There is a black box censoring this in the R-rated version.)

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0493430/parentalguide

    I have a strong stomach but this nearly made me
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    lame...

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    im not impressed by 3d films i've seen Up, toy story 3 and the last resident evil in the third dimension. i pay about 14 quid a month for a cinema pass to see everything "for free" but with 3d films i have to pay 3 to see a 3d film. for the third dimension! something that exists for free everyday all around us and when you put the glasses on the screen seems to look smaller and the image not as sharp. and the films themselves (res evil in particular) seem to exist only because the technology does, less thought seems to go into the film quality its self

    i think the fourth dimensions time? so Odeon might be able to charge extra by the minute, but what if you get up to go to the toilet and it turns out to be number 2 and you're gone for quite some time, does that count as leaving the fourth dimension and entering the third dimension as everything is naturally 3d and then would 3d charges apply? I'm not paying for glasses to take a shit

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    Mulder, I watched Clash of the Titans in 3D and have to say I was dearly disappointed.

    I payed an extra 3$AUD for the "3D experience" and regretted every 3D scene. The glasses were heavy and made the dark scenes even darker, I ended up leaving them off and only putting them on for the long 3D scenes.

    There were even sensors near the exits for people who decided to steal the glasses, for the record they were Dolby - not worth the $100 fine if you're caught damaging the glasses or stealing them?

    I guess we'll have to ask Cameron fans and ask for their input on Avatar 3D?
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