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Nov. 4, 2013by: Jesse Giroux

Movie Jail

This is Movie Jail, a unique maximum security prison that houses some of the worst writers, directors, actors and producers from Hollywood and beyond. Their crimes? The offenses vary from convict to convict but most of these inmates have contributed negatively to the film world to some capacity and his or her misdeeds have covered a long enough period of time that the authorities had to intervene. In each column a defendant is put on trial, arguments are made, and then it is up to YOU, the jury, to decide if the person is guilty or not guilty of crimes against cinema. Their lives are in your hands, dude.

The Defendant

The Case

The Prosecution: Movie 43, The Last Stand, Small Apartments, Fun Size, Nature Calls, Father of Invention, The Dukes of Hazzard, Daltry Calhoun, Walking Tall, Big Trouble

Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, Bad Grandpa will go down as another successful film in the Jackass series, but it's made the prosecution wonder if Johnny Knoxville should be free to walk to the streets. Yes, Bad Grandpa and the rest of the Jackass films featuring Mr. Knoxville are quite funny, however almost every movie he has starred in outside of Jackass has been awful, and calling him an "actor" is an insult to the hardworking people who take the craft seriously.

Look, the prosecution knows that some may think it's unfair to criticize someone's acting skills when they got their start on a reality series, but we aren't the ones who keep casting him in movies. Mr. Knoxville might be a decent person, but he almost always comes off as painfully annoying and irritating whenever he plays a character. Did anyone find him tolerable in The Dukes of Hazzard? How about Big Trouble? Movie 43 looked like it had potential to be a hilarious film, but the movie is truly terrible, and it's clear Mr. Knoxville still needs a few more acting classes. One would think Mr. Knoxville would do well in comedies, however more often than not his performance in them feel forced.

What's even worse is Mr. Knoxville's supporting roles in the the action films Walking Tall and The Last Stand. His characters in those movies are on par with Rob Schneider's in Judge Dredd and Demolition Man, which obviously isn't a compliment. The Last Stand, by the way, is Mr. Knoxville's only movie with a fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes that isn't part of the Jackass franchise, and many felt he was one of the worst parts of the film. Even when he does a pretty good job with a character though, usually the film is garbage, like Men in Black II

The prosecution feels that since Mr. Knoxville's work outside of Jackass is so bad this should be an open-and-shut case, and is confident the jury will find the "actor" guilty.

The Defense: Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa, Jackass 3D, Jackass: Number Two, The Ringer, A Dirty Shame, Grand Theft Parsons, Jackass: The Movie, Men in Black II

Ladies and gentlemen, the prosecution is being a bit of a dick with this case, isn't he? The prosecution can bitch about Mr. Knoxville's other movies all he wants, but the fact remains that the Jackass films are hilarious, and movie goers love them. It's important to remember that the Jackass movies have also been fairly well received by critics, the same ones that shit on dumb Adam Sandler movies. So for "serious" critics to be able to look past the juvenile antics featured in those movies and go, "You know what? It's still funny," is kind of a big deal.

It's not as if my client only does Jackass movies either, and Mr. Knoxville and the rest of his Jackass crew should be applauded for not milking the franchise dry. These movies cost little to make, and perform incredibly well in theaters. Would it surprise anyone if instead of four movies (not counting the direct-to-DVD "half" ones like Jackass 3.5), there were seven or eight? For an extremely profitable franchise to only have four films over an eleven year period is shocking, and the defense wishes more film franchises would take the same approach.

But lets talk about Mr. Knoxville's films outside of Jackass. A Dirty Shame and The Ringer are both good examples of movies that use Mr. Knoxville's talents properly, and he does a great job in both films. The Ringer is actually a much sweeter movie than you'd expect, and it treats the disabled characters in it with respect. Grand Theft Parsons isn't a fantastic film, but it is something different from my client, and Mr. Knoxville surprised many people with his performance.

My client may not be the best actor and might not always star in the greatest films, but the defense is able to look past that because of his Jackass work, and believes the jury will feel the same way.

IN CLOSING...

Do Johnny Knoxville's Jackass movies make it easier to swallow some of his terrible films, or is it time we sent the masochistic funny man to Movie Jail? How much should he be blamed for movies like The Dukes of Hazzard and Movie 43? Are his performances in them that bad, or are the problems with these films unrelated to Johnny Knoxville's talents as an actor. What's it going to be jury: GUILTY or NOT GUILTY for Johnny Knoxville?

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*The cases for and against a defendant going to Movie Jail by the author are not necessarily his views and opinions but they are some of the beliefs that one would use to effectively make an argument for both sides. Not quite a devil's advocate but you get the point. Anyways, this is all in fun so don't take it too seriously. We have a separate jail for those people called "Troll Tower" and believe me you do NOT want to go there.

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9:23PM on 11/05/2013

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2:46AM on 11/05/2013

Not Guilty

Here's the thing, prior to Bad Grandpa he'd be guilty but afterward I've softened on him. There were parts that quite frankly gave me a glimpse that he could be a decent actor. Prior having seen him Movie 43 and The Last Stand this and with the previous Jackass films (which I loathe) the choice would have been simple but for now until further notice he's not guilty.
Here's the thing, prior to Bad Grandpa he'd be guilty but afterward I've softened on him. There were parts that quite frankly gave me a glimpse that he could be a decent actor. Prior having seen him Movie 43 and The Last Stand this and with the previous Jackass films (which I loathe) the choice would have been simple but for now until further notice he's not guilty.
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10:25PM on 11/04/2013

Guilty

Just like there are some people who are good singers but bad actors, Knoxville is good at his Jackass stuff, but not at acting. Send him to movie jail.
Just like there are some people who are good singers but bad actors, Knoxville is good at his Jackass stuff, but not at acting. Send him to movie jail.
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8:04PM on 11/04/2013
Not guilty. The fact that he went from shooting disturbing home videos with his idiot friends to headlining large hollywood productions should give everyone hope that anyone can do it.
Not guilty. The fact that he went from shooting disturbing home videos with his idiot friends to headlining large hollywood productions should give everyone hope that anyone can do it.
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7:32PM on 11/04/2013
Not guilty!
Not guilty!
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6:37PM on 11/04/2013
I cant say he is guilty or not....but I will say..he is not a great actor...he will always be "The Jackass Guy" and even though he is not one of my favorite celebrities, he does not bother me.
I cant say he is guilty or not....but I will say..he is not a great actor...he will always be "The Jackass Guy" and even though he is not one of my favorite celebrities, he does not bother me.
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4:14PM on 11/04/2013
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4:14PM on 11/04/2013

Not Guilty

I will be the first to say I am not a Jackass fan, I must admit though that I thought it was hilarious in high school. He has had some stinkers but he's an entertaining enough presence in film to allow me to give him the benefit of the doubt. He was funny in The Last Stand. Men in Black III was awful but not because of him, it was just ill-conceived.
I will be the first to say I am not a Jackass fan, I must admit though that I thought it was hilarious in high school. He has had some stinkers but he's an entertaining enough presence in film to allow me to give him the benefit of the doubt. He was funny in The Last Stand. Men in Black III was awful but not because of him, it was just ill-conceived.
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6:08PM on 11/04/2013
You mean MEN IN BLACK II, right?
You mean MEN IN BLACK II, right?
9:10PM on 11/04/2013
I do, oops.
I do, oops.
4:04PM on 11/04/2013
After the Justin Timberlake debacle, I just don't know if I can give a verdict one way or another in this twisted judicial system. When we let some like Timberlake go free, where do we draw the line? You, the Schmoes, have shifted the paradigm. Up is down, black is left and dogs are bats. As Walter Sobchak would say; "Has the whole world gone crazy!?" Piper don't know justice anymore, Piper only know how to survive.
After the Justin Timberlake debacle, I just don't know if I can give a verdict one way or another in this twisted judicial system. When we let some like Timberlake go free, where do we draw the line? You, the Schmoes, have shifted the paradigm. Up is down, black is left and dogs are bats. As Walter Sobchak would say; "Has the whole world gone crazy!?" Piper don't know justice anymore, Piper only know how to survive.
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2:02PM on 11/04/2013

not guilty

Not a great actor, but likeable presence, can't vote against him
Not a great actor, but likeable presence, can't vote against him
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1:27PM on 11/04/2013

Not guilty

Nothing to see here. Move along.
Nothing to see here. Move along.
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12:58PM on 11/04/2013

Hmm

not guilty. And the Last Stand should have been part of his defence, that was a genuinely good movie.
not guilty. And the Last Stand should have been part of his defence, that was a genuinely good movie.
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12:40PM on 11/04/2013

Not Guilty

He's not a bad actor by any stretch of the imagination, he's a one-note actor. But he sure as shit owns that one-note.
He's not a bad actor by any stretch of the imagination, he's a one-note actor. But he sure as shit owns that one-note.
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12:30PM on 11/04/2013
not guilty.
not guilty.
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11:48AM on 11/04/2013

Not guilty

The guy's never claimed to be a full-fledged actor, so it doesn't seem fair to knock on him. On the other hand, he's got Jack-Ass on his defense, which has still managed to entertain and stay relevant throughout the years, so he's A-OK in my book.
The guy's never claimed to be a full-fledged actor, so it doesn't seem fair to knock on him. On the other hand, he's got Jack-Ass on his defense, which has still managed to entertain and stay relevant throughout the years, so he's A-OK in my book.
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11:36AM on 11/04/2013
I don't really think of him as an actor, he's more like a daredevil entertainer & when it comes to that & putting his body on the line he's bloody good
I don't really think of him as an actor, he's more like a daredevil entertainer & when it comes to that & putting his body on the line he's bloody good
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10:38AM on 11/04/2013

Not Guilty

This is a guy who sticks in his element. I think the duds he experienced were him trying to be something he's not but when he returns to the "schtick" we all know and love, his movies are hilarious. BTW Bad Grandpa was great.
This is a guy who sticks in his element. I think the duds he experienced were him trying to be something he's not but when he returns to the "schtick" we all know and love, his movies are hilarious. BTW Bad Grandpa was great.
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10:28AM on 11/04/2013

Not guilty of being a Jackass; guilty for trying to be an actor

This is a bit confusing. See, I'm not a Jackass fan. But by Jackass law (and by extension, his recent success with Bad Grandpa), wouldn't he be considered not guilty?

On the other hand, every time he tries to make a regular movie, it turns out to be a steaming pile of shit (I gotta respect you for putting MiB 2 in the defense, though that was a SPOS, it wasn't because of him).

So the question is, should we try him for his Jackass stuff, or for all his other...stuff?
This is a bit confusing. See, I'm not a Jackass fan. But by Jackass law (and by extension, his recent success with Bad Grandpa), wouldn't he be considered not guilty?

On the other hand, every time he tries to make a regular movie, it turns out to be a steaming pile of shit (I gotta respect you for putting MiB 2 in the defense, though that was a SPOS, it wasn't because of him).

So the question is, should we try him for his Jackass stuff, or for all his other...stuff?
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11:16AM on 11/04/2013
Movie Jail is always about the entire body of work.
Movie Jail is always about the entire body of work.
10:23AM on 11/04/2013
Not Guilty. What the hell? Dude's right now got a 'fresh' rated flick making millions on a shoestring budget.

Should've instead had this week a trial to impose restraining orders to prevent any two or more actors over 65 from making "haha, get it, we're old" buddy comedies.
Not Guilty. What the hell? Dude's right now got a 'fresh' rated flick making millions on a shoestring budget.

Should've instead had this week a trial to impose restraining orders to prevent any two or more actors over 65 from making "haha, get it, we're old" buddy comedies.
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10:23AM on 11/04/2013

Not Guilty

He is what he is... a none actor that slipped into films because of his likability and ability to make a lot of people laugh. He's a prop actor to sell a few more tickets to a demographic...
He is what he is... a none actor that slipped into films because of his likability and ability to make a lot of people laugh. He's a prop actor to sell a few more tickets to a demographic...
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10:09AM on 11/04/2013
Not guilty. Must be a slow news week if we are doing Knoxville, should've done Harrison Ford.
Not guilty. Must be a slow news week if we are doing Knoxville, should've done Harrison Ford.
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10:05AM on 11/04/2013

NOT GUILTY

Don't find it fair to judge him too harsh when he excels in his crude humor and is average in supporting roles. If he's given leading roles in drama and action films then yes, prosecute him.
Don't find it fair to judge him too harsh when he excels in his crude humor and is average in supporting roles. If he's given leading roles in drama and action films then yes, prosecute him.
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10:00AM on 11/04/2013

Not guilty by reason of total insanity.

Considering all the torture this guy lays out on himself as well as the rest of the jackass crew, they get a free pass. No one else in hollywood probably has the balls figuratively and maybe literally to try what the jackass crew does on many occasions. Yeah he is guilty of a lot of bad movies but he is often the comic relief which only gets to do what his script allows him to. Few are as willing as he is to put themselves on the line for entertainment. Now that is a breed of actor you truly do
Considering all the torture this guy lays out on himself as well as the rest of the jackass crew, they get a free pass. No one else in hollywood probably has the balls figuratively and maybe literally to try what the jackass crew does on many occasions. Yeah he is guilty of a lot of bad movies but he is often the comic relief which only gets to do what his script allows him to. Few are as willing as he is to put themselves on the line for entertainment. Now that is a breed of actor you truly do not see often any more.
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9:33AM on 11/04/2013

Guilty

One trick pony whose one trick is vastly overrated.

If Knoxville survives this, it's only because it's a jury of his peers. Take from that what you will.
One trick pony whose one trick is vastly overrated.

If Knoxville survives this, it's only because it's a jury of his peers. Take from that what you will.
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9:45AM on 11/04/2013
ie: If I'm not right, than everyone else is just biased.
ie: If I'm not right, than everyone else is just biased.
10:37AM on 11/04/2013
Forgot that this is the Internet, and people take everything personally. Soz bro.
Forgot that this is the Internet, and people take everything personally. Soz bro.
9:32AM on 11/04/2013

No

And shouldn't you switch Men in Black II and The Last Stand?
And shouldn't you switch Men in Black II and The Last Stand?
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10:12AM on 11/04/2013
I don't understand why people thought Men in Black 2 was good. Horrible sequel to a hilarious first movie.
I don't understand why people thought Men in Black 2 was good. Horrible sequel to a hilarious first movie.
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9:06AM on 11/04/2013

NOT GUILTY (SUPRISINGLY).

Surprisingly because I when I read that he was this week's defendant I was like "What?! He's not even a real actor!". But then I took a look at his filmography and analyzed it.

I won't comment on LORDS OF DOGTOWN nor FUN SIZE because he didn't do much in them. THE RINGER isn't a great movie, but he totally carries it. He's both funny and likeable. His roles in BIG TROUBLE and MEN IN BLACK 2 didn't require much, but he still delivered. He has only been bad (to me) in DUKES, but the other
Surprisingly because I when I read that he was this week's defendant I was like "What?! He's not even a real actor!". But then I took a look at his filmography and analyzed it.

I won't comment on LORDS OF DOGTOWN nor FUN SIZE because he didn't do much in them. THE RINGER isn't a great movie, but he totally carries it. He's both funny and likeable. His roles in BIG TROUBLE and MEN IN BLACK 2 didn't require much, but he still delivered. He has only been bad (to me) in DUKES, but the other actors were bad too so the director is partly to blame (and nothing could've saved that movie anyway). He did go a little overboard in LAST STAND, but he wasn't terrible like Peter Stormare. Besides, if I start to REALLY judge the acting in that movie, I'd have to judge Arnold as well, which is pointless.

I'm not the biggest JACKASS fan but I didn't hate the 2nd & 3rd movie. I haven't seen BAD GRANDPA but if he really stays in character the whole time then it's admirable. I think we all laugh at the idea of any of the JACKASS members doing other stuff, but Johnny proved us wrong. While he hasn't given us a truly great performance* he has put enough effort into his projects.

*It could be because he hasn't been in a dramatic role. Well, if he ever is, I'd totally give him the benefit of the doubt.
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9:46AM on 11/04/2013
The closest thing to a drama role I have seen is Grand Theft Parsons which is more of a dramedy. I thought he was good
The closest thing to a drama role I have seen is Grand Theft Parsons which is more of a dramedy. I thought he was good
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8:47AM on 11/04/2013

Yeah no

Not guilty. Guy's funny, and he just got done experimenting with the narrative form in "candid camera" scenarios. Let him be.
Not guilty. Guy's funny, and he just got done experimenting with the narrative form in "candid camera" scenarios. Let him be.
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8:45AM on 11/04/2013

Guilty

"Everything outside of JACKASS . . ." is the elephant in the room. He's one of those actors whose name in the credits makes me say, "Oh shit." Hell, he should be jailed simply for DUKES OF HAZZARD.

Extra Tidbit: +1 on Dane Cook. Also, Joe Ezsterhas (sp?) or Rob Schneider.
"Everything outside of JACKASS . . ." is the elephant in the room. He's one of those actors whose name in the credits makes me say, "Oh shit." Hell, he should be jailed simply for DUKES OF HAZZARD.

Extra Tidbit: +1 on Dane Cook. Also, Joe Ezsterhas (sp?) or Rob Schneider.
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9:08AM on 11/04/2013
Ezsterhas isn't even working anymore. Cook is (barely) and so is Schneider, so I support them both.
Ezsterhas isn't even working anymore. Cook is (barely) and so is Schneider, so I support them both.
8:33AM on 11/04/2013

Not Guilty

He knows where he stands in Hollywood and he isn't going for Oscars. His schtick could've ran its course years ago, and surprisingly he's still likable and entertaining
He knows where he stands in Hollywood and he isn't going for Oscars. His schtick could've ran its course years ago, and surprisingly he's still likable and entertaining
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8:23AM on 11/04/2013

Not Guilty

I've always thought he was a likable guy and was one of the better parts of Jackass. Sure his films aren't the greatest, but are we really expecting Oscar caliber material from Knoxville? I think the stuff he is capable of and that the films he does because of it are just fine.

Not Guilty.
I've always thought he was a likable guy and was one of the better parts of Jackass. Sure his films aren't the greatest, but are we really expecting Oscar caliber material from Knoxville? I think the stuff he is capable of and that the films he does because of it are just fine.

Not Guilty.
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12:22PM on 11/04/2013
How much spunk you swallowed today?
Faggot!
How much spunk you swallowed today?
Faggot!
12:31PM on 11/04/2013
You are all over the place today aren't you?
You are all over the place today aren't you?
2:08PM on 11/04/2013
He's just flirting with you, Soloist ;-)
He's just flirting with you, Soloist ;-)
2:08PM on 11/04/2013
He's just flirting with you, Soloist ;-)
He's just flirting with you, Soloist ;-)
8:21AM on 11/04/2013
Not guilty.
Not guilty.
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8:17AM on 11/04/2013
Not Guilty...... I am constantly surprised how comfortable he seems in any given movie role. He cracks me up even when he's not doing his Jackass shtick. I think he is a great comic sidekick for action heroes. I thought he was great in Walking Tall and The Last Stand. I thought he (and Koechner) were the only saving graces of The Dukes of Hazzard, if there is such a thing. I also love Big Trouble. The movies might not always be good, but I find his individual effort in those movies exceed
Not Guilty...... I am constantly surprised how comfortable he seems in any given movie role. He cracks me up even when he's not doing his Jackass shtick. I think he is a great comic sidekick for action heroes. I thought he was great in Walking Tall and The Last Stand. I thought he (and Koechner) were the only saving graces of The Dukes of Hazzard, if there is such a thing. I also love Big Trouble. The movies might not always be good, but I find his individual effort in those movies exceed expectations more often than not.
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8:15AM on 11/04/2013
Guilty.
Admittedly I have never watched Jackass as I don't find things like that remotely entertaining but it's his roles in other films that earns him a guilty verdict from me. The comic relief attempts are just painful to watch, see The Last Stand for the perfect example.

Extra Tidbit: may I suggest Dane Cook (if he hasn't already been found Guilty and put to death)
Guilty.
Admittedly I have never watched Jackass as I don't find things like that remotely entertaining but it's his roles in other films that earns him a guilty verdict from me. The comic relief attempts are just painful to watch, see The Last Stand for the perfect example.

Extra Tidbit: may I suggest Dane Cook (if he hasn't already been found Guilty and put to death)
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8:14AM on 11/04/2013
Guilty ... very guilty.
Guilty ... very guilty.
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8:01AM on 11/04/2013

Not Guilty...at all!

Never ever in a thousand years should this man even see the inside of a court room let alone a jailhouse. The man has made me laugh since I was a wee lad.
Never ever in a thousand years should this man even see the inside of a court room let alone a jailhouse. The man has made me laugh since I was a wee lad.
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7:57AM on 11/04/2013
Guilty. I get that there's an audience for Jackass and I've got no problem with that, but whenever this guy turns up in movies, it looks like he's being very painfully crowbarred in and he's particularly grating when he tries to be the comic relief.
Guilty. I get that there's an audience for Jackass and I've got no problem with that, but whenever this guy turns up in movies, it looks like he's being very painfully crowbarred in and he's particularly grating when he tries to be the comic relief.
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