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This documentary made me want to be Ryan Dunns friend. Since I was younger, I pretty much grew up on Jackass and Dunn was always my favorite. This is just a perfect portrayal of his life, his legacy and just flat out how cool he was. It covers his whole life and contains interviews with everyone that knew him. Footage starts from when him and Bam were kids and they just never stopped. Most footage is never before seen or home video. It's a real look on how Ryan Dunn was as a person and not a persona. If you are a Jackass fan, you will love this documentary. It literally brought tears to my eyes. R.I.P. Ryan Dunn - There is now a void in the Jackass family that could never be filled. You lived the phrase "Live fast, die young."
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