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Jackass number two

Directed by
Jeff Tremaine

Writing credits
Jeff Tremaine (television series “Jackass”) &
Spike Jonze (television series “Jackass”) &
Johnny Knoxville (television series “Jackass”)

Preston Lacy additional scenes

Cast (in credits order):

Johnny Knoxville

Bam Margera


Chris Pontius

Ryan Dunn

Jason ‘Wee Man’ Acuña

Preston Lacy

Dave England

Ehren McGhehey
Jess Margera

Brandon Dicamillo
Mat Hoffman

Tony Hawk

Mark Zupan

Jeff Tremaine

Spike Jonze
Brandon Novak
Loomis Fall
Dimitry Elyashkevich
Sean Cliver
Trip Taylor
Greg Iguchi
Rick Kosick
Manny Puig
Mark Rackley
Mike Kassak

Stephanie Hodge

Jack Polick
Clyde Singleton
Jason Taylor
Patty Perez
Thor Drake

Jim Karol
Slater Davis
Seamus Frawley
Scott Manning

Jordan Houston (as Juicy J)
Paul Beauregard (as DJ Paul)
Project Pat .
Roger Alan Wade

Jay Chandrasekhar

John Waters

Luke Wilson

Mike Judge

Rip Taylor


Adrian Veidt: We can do so much more. We can save this world… with the right leadership.
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Adrian Veidt: The only person with whom I felt any kinship with died three hundred years before the birth of Christ. Alexander of Macedonia, or Alexander the Great, as you know him.
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Adrian Veidt: His vision of a united world… well, it was unprecedented. I wanted… *needed* to match his accomplishments, and so I resolved to apply antiquity’s teaching to our world, *today*. And so began my path to conquest. Conquest not of men, but of the evils that beset them.
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Adrian Veidt: What, in life, does not deserve celebrating?
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Edward Blake: God damn I love working on American soil, Dan. Ain’t had this much fun since Woodward and Bernstein.
Dan Dreiberg: How long can we keep this up?
Edward Blake: Congress is pushing through some new bill that’s gonna outlaw masks. Our days are numbered. Till then it’s like you always say, we’re society’s only protection.
Dan Dreiberg: From what?
Edward Blake: You kidding me? From themselves.
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Rorschach: Never compromise. Not even in the face of Armageddon. That’s always been the difference between us, Daniel.
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Laurie Juspeczyk: I am not afraid.
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Rorschach: We need to squeeze people.
Dan Dreiberg: [sarcastic] Sure. We’ll pick them out of a phone book.
Rorschach: You forgot how we do things, Daniel. You’ve gotten too soft. Too trusting. Especially with women.
Dan Dreiberg: No, listen, I am through with that! God, who do you think you are, Rorschach? You live off people while insulting them and nobody complains because they think you’re a goddamn lunatic!
Dan Dreiberg: [Rorschach approaches Dan, who sighs and turns to him] I’m sorry. I shouldn’t have said that, man.
Rorschach: Daniel? You are a good friend.
[extends his hand and Dan takes it]
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Adrian Veidt: It doesn’t take a genius to see that the world has problems.
Edward Blake: No, but it takes a room full of morons to think they’re small enough for you to handle.
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Sally Jupiter: [on her daughter, Laurie] She blames me for her career, but what else would she have been? A housewife?
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Adrian Veidt: I don’t mind being the smartest man in the world, I just wish it wasn’t this one.
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[Laurie and Dan are breaking Rorschach out of prison]
Rorschach: Need to visit men’s room.
Laurie Juspeczyk: Oh, Christ!
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Kanye West Vs Chromatics (Lady High)

Red Bull Stratos

Red Bull Stratos, a mission to the edge of space. Felix Baumgartner will be going up to 120.000 feet in a capsule attached to a helium balloon. Once he’s up there he’ll jump doing the highest parachute jump ever done by a human.
Peter Clausen Film and AixSponza created this animation visualizing the whole process of going up and jumping down.
Title :
“Red Bull Stratos – Mission to the Edge of Space”
Red Bull Media House GmbH

Production Company:
Peter Clausen Film & TV Produktionsgesellschaft mbH, Munich
Director & Producer:
Peter Clausen
Line Producer:
Cecilia Trück
Animation Studio:
AixSponza GmbH
VFX Director / Editing:
Christian Tyroller
VFX Supervisor / CD / TD:
Manuel Casasola Merkle
Lead 3D Artist:
Matthias Zabiegly
3D Artists:
Leonhard Akinbiyi
Magid Hoff
Sven Mai
Philipp Strasser
Vladan Subotic
Fuat Yüksel
Junior 3D Artists:
Sebastian Baumann
Jörg Vogel
Douglas Bello
Thomas Grummt
Character Modeling / Sculpting:
Ulf Gieseler
Technical Modeling:
Jan Haluszka

Visual Effects:
Fabian Rosenkranz
Andreas Gebauer
Tobias Müller
Christian Stanzel
Matthias Zabiegly
Sound Design:
Heiko Müller
Walter Werzowa

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George Acosta Feat. Kathleen Fisher – True Love (Original Mix).

Jet Set Radio Future

Jet Set Radio Future is a video game developed by Smilebit and the sequel to Jet Set Radio. It was published by Sega. It was released on February 22, 2002 in Japan, February 25, 2002 in North America and March 14, 2002 in Europe, near the beginning of the Xbox’s lifespan. After the game’s initial release, it was added alongside Sega GT 2002 onto a single disc and bundled with new Xbox systems.

Similar to the original, it depicts a future Tokyo where freedom of expression is outlawed. The user plays a character in the GG’s, a gang of in-line skating graffiti artists who skate around Tokyo covering up rival gangs’ graffiti, knocking over Rokkaku police, and dancing to the electric soundtrack. The game uses a cel-shaded style of animation, and has been widely acclaimed for its unique music style, detailed art, and gameplay.

Jet Set Radio Future plays similarly to the original game in which you control a member of a gang of skaters called the GGs to gain control of a futuristic Tokyo. Players are able to skate, grind on rails and even up poles, ride on walls, perform midair tricks and use boosts to move faster. Most of the game requires the player to search for graffiti tags left by other gangs and spray over them with their own. To do this, players will need to collect spraycans littered across each stage. Spraying is more streamlined from the last game, with manual spraying over large tags replaced by multiple spray targets depending on the tag’s size.

Stages in the level are now interconnected, with time limits removed, and often feature multiple objectives. These range from mimicking a rival’s trick line or beating other skaters in a race. The police, who previously chased after the player in the last game, now appear in specific areas, with the player tasked with stopping them by charging into them and spraying them to defeat them. Each area has hidden items to collect, including Graffiti Souls, which unlock new graffiti designs, and Hidden Tapes which unlock additional missions where more Graffiti Souls can be earned. The game also features several multiplayer modes and the option to design your own tags.

In futuristic Tokyo, a group of teenage skaters (Groups collectively referred to as Rudies) called the GG’s vie for control of the many districts of Tokyo against many rival groups. A mega corporate enterprise (the Rokkaku Group) has taken over the many districts of the city and their leader is now the mayor of Tokyo. It is oppressing the people, taking away freedom of speech and expression, and is forcing other gang members to give up their territory using the corrupt police force of Tokyo.

The game begins with the player in control of a character called Yoyo, who has to complete a set of basic training exercise to prove himself worthy of joining the GGs.[1] After these challenges are completed, the game is interrupted by a pirate radio broadcast by ‘DJ Professor K’ who fills the player in on the turmoil within Tokyo. After this cutscene, the player is released into Tokyo itself, where they pursue their mission to ‘bury Tokyo in graffiti’ and fight the authoritarian Rokkaku Group, and their own police force, the Rokkaku Police.

The game begins with the GGs fighting the Poison Jam gang after they steal a statue referred to as “the Goddess of the Street”. To do this, the GGs cover up Poison Jam’s graffiti in their turf, and then question Poison Jam’s rivals, Rapid 99, for the location of their hideout. There, in the Tokyo Underground Sewage Facility, they fight Poison Jam and their boss, Cube, for control of the statue.

After the GGs win the battle against Poison Jam, a new gang springs up, the robotic Noise Tanks, who have taken Tokyo by storm and is already in control of three gangs. At the same time, one of the GGs, Yoyo, disappears without a trace. The GGs decide to question one of the Noise Tanks’ gangs, the mummified Immortals, wondering if the Noise Tanks sudden appearance had anything to do with Yoyo. They reveal they had supposedly kidnapped Yoyo; however, when he is freed, he turns on the GGs and enslaves them under the Noise Tanks’ control.

The Noise Tanks then has the gangs under their control battle in the game “Death Ball”. Those who lose are brainwashed and controlled by the Noise Tanks for life. The GGs succeed in all three games, but then the Rokkaku Police suddenly appear and crack down on the whole game. When the GGs win this battle again, the Noise Tanks become furious, releasing hundreds of Noise Tank androids to terrorize the street. When the GGs clear out all of the androids, they discover a wounded Poison Jam, who reveals that Yoyo had beaten him and ran off to the nearby amusement park. There, it is revealed that ‘Yoyo’ was actually a Noise Tank in disguise, and the real Yoyo had been missing the whole time. After the GGs defeat them, a mysterious man destroys the Noise Tanks and runs off. They soon discover the Noise Tanks were built by the Rokkaku Group to take over the gangs of Tokyo.

After the Noise Tanks were destroyed, two new threats appeared: a Yakuza-style gang called the Golden Rhinos who are bent on eliminating all graffiti in the city, along with executing all Rudies; and an insane demon like creature who sprays odd graffiti and looks strangely like one of the GGs, Beat. In the midst of all this heat, the GGs are approached by Clutch, a Rudie who knew where Yoyo was. However, when the GGs give him his payment, he runs off without telling any information. They chase after him and interrogate him, where he apologizes, says he was “just having a little fun”, then reveals Yoyo was taken to the Fortified Residential Zone. When they arrive, they discovered the place rigged with bombs. They disable them all and finally save Yoyo.

Yoyo then tells the GGs what happened: he had heard of the Golden Rhinos and went searching for more information, and he had gotten caught. After the rescue, the Golden Rhinos begun tearing up the streets, which required the GGs to intervene. As soon as they clean the streets of all the Golden Rhinos, DJ Professor K is kidnapped and taken away. The owner of the Rokkaku Group, Gouji Rokkaku, uses this time to broadcast an announcement to the city to gather at the Shibuya bus terminal. Here, he blares odd, creepy music from a strange tower. He absorbs all the people into the tower, telling them to “wipe the pitiful smiles off your face” and to “let the evil show, baby”.

The GGs go to the bus terminal to stop him. They destroy Gouji’s Beat creatures and supposedly save the city. However, soon they are absorbed inside the tower. Inside the tower, Gouji transforms into a giant demon, but is defeated by the GGs again. The game ends as the tower is destroyed and Gouji apparently dies. An epilogue plays as DJ Professor K relates to the players how the hearts of men are easily corrupted by greed.

The music was played in a premixed format consisting of certain playlists directed to certain levels. The music was in stereo and was not interactive, although there is a jukebox and the end of the game features a song only available through the jukebox. Additionally, the soundtrack introduces artists that are either foreign, not found mainstream or work under gaming licenses such as Guitar Vader, BS 2000 (the side project of Adrock of the Beastie Boys), Hideki Naganuma, Scapegoat Wax, The Latch Brothers (including Mike D of the Beastie Boys, Richard Jacques, Chris “Wag” Wagner and Kenny Tick Salcido), Cibo Matto and The Prunes.


Is an Xbox exclusive snowboarding video game. It is the first of the Amped video game series.
Released during the Xbox’s launch, Amped is a snowboarding game focused on the tricks, instead of the racing style of play given by Electronic Art’s SSX which launched with the PlayStation 2 in the previous year. The success of Amped was solidified by the successful launch of the sequels, Amped 2 and Amped 3.
The game is also well known for helping to launch the career of pop punk band Yellowcard due to the soundtrack in-game soundtrack consisting of the complete One for the Kids album on it. The videogame also contains three songs from band Ink & Dagger’s album The Fine Art of Original Sin. In 2005, former drummer Ryan McLaughlin sued Microsoft, claiming that they were used without the band’s knowledge. The suit was settled out of court in 2006.

It was one of the hardest games I ever played

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