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Action Point

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I remember seeing the trailer for Action Point some time ago but then completely forgot about it. I used to love Jackass (the series and the films) and I'd love to see the guys all together again. I can't believe they're still pulling these kinds of stunts at their ages. It looks like it could be a lot of fun but it also looks like it has the potential to be a huge disappointment too.

Unlike the three Jackass films, Action Point doesn't appear as though it got much media buzz, positive or negative. It's sort of slipped through the cracks, like Bad Grandpa. Have any of you seen it? What did you think? I'm debating whether it's worth spending the money to go see it at the cinema (because there's still one playing it near me) or if I should just wait and rent it.
 
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It definitely didn't rival the first three Jackass movies but it was still entertaining. Don't go in expecting the moon and you'll be fine. I think that anyone who loves the guys of Jackass will at least like the movie for its nostalgiac elements. Like any Jackass movie, it's a lot of fun on the big screen. You should go out and see it.
 
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@Classified, I was just wondering if anyone thought it was worth spending the money to see it at the cinema rather than waiting and watching it at home. I try not to let the critics deter me but sometimes they do get the best of me. I still haven't seen Mother! because of all the awful reviews I read.

@Hal, thanks for the advice. You're right that their films usually are better on the big screen! Bad Grandpa is the exception to that. I should've known it wouldn't fall in the same category as that one though given the trailer. It looks like it has more in common with the originals, albeit with a plot.
 
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