Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa
Irascible Irving Zisman (Johnny Knoxville) and his young and impressionable grandson, Billy (Jackson Nicoll), set out on a road trip across America. Hidden cameras capture their insane and shocking encounters with a diverse set of unsuspecting citizens, including male strippers, disgruntled contestants (and their mothers) from a children's beauty pageant, mourners at a funeral home, patrons at a biker bar and more. Based on the "Jackass" TV series.
Release Date: October 25, 2013
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Rude, wrong and laugh-till-you-snort funny, Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa (*** out of four, rated R, opens nationwide Friday) not only stands as the best installment (by bounds) of Johnny Knoxville's hidden-camera franchise; it's one of the sharpest comedies of the year... See Full ReviewOctober 24th, 2013 · Details
It is funny in parts but don't see if you only have one chance to watch movie. If you want to have a few laughs, go for it.December 6th, 2013 · Details
ACKASS PRESENTS: BAD GRANDPA has to be one of the most depraved movies ever released by a major studio. It features a grandfather corrupting his grandson with alcohol, vulgarity, promiscuity, theft, and dishonesty. The actors perform disgusting scenes in front of unsuspecting non-actors. Getting the real people to express shock and revulsion is part of the movie‚Äôs depraved sense of humor... See Full Review
Despite coming out of the titular MTV franchise -- in which reckless stunts are performed by people who are pretty obviously under the influence of banned substances -- "Bad Grandpa" is surprisingly amiable, and also respectful of its setting. Too many of Knoxville's jokes are at crotch level, however, to make this, in the end, anything other than material to be avoided... See Full Review
I‚Äôve walked out of quite a few films over the years, but none deserved it more than ‚ÄúBad Grandpa.‚Äù Rated R for revolting, this film is a total turkey... See Full ReviewOctober 30th, 2013 · Details
most of Bad Grandpa lacks that delirious mad kick of surprise. You'll occasionally laugh out loud, but the heart of the movie is safe enough to chuckle at... See Full ReviewOctober 29th, 2013 · Details
Focusing on Johnny Knoxville‚Äôs 86-year-old prankster, Irving Zisman, this film actually attempts the framework of a plot in order to spring its sophomoric traps on the unexpected. Irving is accompanied by his 8-year-old grandson Billy (Jackson Nicoll) who is every bit as bold as his tor-mentor-in-crime Knoxville. The result is, of course, crude, but often hilarious. -I will probably be going to hell for laughing at ‚ÄúBad Grandpa,‚Äù but if you‚Äôre in the right frame of mind ‚Äî make that, sick-and-wrong frame of mind ‚Äî you‚Äôll probably have a good time too... See Full ReviewOctober 25th, 2013 · Details
Strip the danger out of ‚ÄúBorat‚Äù and the injuries out of ‚ÄúJackass‚Äù and you‚Äôve got a bead on ‚ÄúBad Grandpa,‚Äù a fitfully funny, semi-scripted ‚ÄúJackass‚Äù outing built around elaborately staged pranks played on the unsuspecting... See Full ReviewOctober 23rd, 2013 · Details