The lack of 3D (which was actually quite brilliant in the theatrical release) makes for a Jackass experience that’s at only half-mast on Netflix, but Jackass at even only 50% is still funnier, more exhilarating and, ultimately, more life-affirming than most anything else out there. Really, even the most jaded and hardened Jackass fans won’t be able to help but cringe at some of the crazy shit that these idiots (geniuses?) pull off in this one — as always, there’s something oddly brilliant about the outrageousness and audacity of all this‚ and something rather transcendent about being able to witness it. Anyway, you won’t be able to help but feel some sort of giddy personal freedom when you see a tooth being pulled out by a Lamborghini, chest hair being removed via super glue and Steve-O being launched into the air while inside a portable toilet. If you dig this stuff, you’re in for a treat, and if you’ve never had a Jackass experience‚ well, why not start with this one? It’s not like you won’t be able to follow it if you haven’t seen the first two (or the TV show). Oh, and R.I.P. Ryan Dunn — yours was a special kind of madness.