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Director(s): Judd Apatow
IMDB Rating: 7.4
The stock supervisor of Smart Tech store Andy is a nice guy and good colleague. One night, his colleagues David, Jay and Cal invite him for a poker game, and in the end of the night, they find that Andy is a 40 years old virgin and they decide to help him to score. When he meets the divorced Trish, the owner of We Sell Your Stuff on eBay store, they agree to have no sex before their 20th date. Andy gets into many troubles due to these situations.
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very3 (02 May 2013)
weird....as far as comedy's go,yuk yuk wise, I hardly laughed whilewatching this movie,but just the same I found it very very insightfuland smart to the point where I didn't care.from how it came to pass heremained a virgin to his friends advice on how to lose his virginity orwhy he was still one, I totally believed the theories and advice.thismovie was genuine.this movie will be like office space for me, it was shot so stylishlythat i will be able to watch it over and over and over again.the moviemakes you want to get out there and get lucky.I like bright,upbeatcomedies.this was like that. I also liked the interesting storyline howhis co-workers instead of really embarrassing him took it uponthemselves to help him get laid.great movie.
texasgirl_az (01 May 2013)
Huge fan of the quotes in this movie!!!! To be honest i didn't so muchlike the second half it got really mushy, but that was to be expected.The first half though was hilarious, i cant remember the last time ilaughed so much, so loud. I have seen it twice already and my friendhas seen it 3 times and we plan to go again its just a fun movie to gosee, and i don't usually go see the same movie in theaters so to methat says a lot that i would. I think Steve Carrel (andy) seriouslylived up to expectations and i hope to see more from him. I reallyenjoy his whole style in the characters he plays, all i can say is thati was really impressed and more people should go check this movieout!!!!! If you haven't seen it GOOOOOOO GO NOW!!!!! :)
Jersey Joe (25 April 2013)
"The 40-Year-Old Virgin" could have been another simple minded sex comedy, but it aimed higher and hit its mark. Certainly, there are vulgar moments that, taken by themselves, might induce a belly laugh or an eye roll. However, the premise of a forty year old virigin is not merely played for ridicule and yuks. Steve Carell plays Andy (the title charcter) with wonderful pathos. At first, he is mockable and he is looked down upon by his co-workers. As we get to know Andy, we find he is likable and the fact that he hasn't experienced sex yet is a little sad even when played for laughs.His co-workers befriend Andy and make it their mission to see that he gets laid. Between bad advice and horrible set ups, we get to laugh at the fact that Andy is taking bad advice as opposed to laughing at Andy for being a virgin. At first, his friends come off as knowledgeable but when each one has his advice fail we see that they are just as clueless as Andy.It is when Andy is himself that he is able to meet someone who might be the one. Catherine Keener plays that role perfectly. She is a woman who has had three children already and is still as uncertain about life as the inexperienced Andy. The realtionship takes the film from vulgar comedy to classic comedy. We see Andy come out of his shell despite his fears and Keener and Carrel give the relationship a real feel.I would have liked this film for the laughs alone. It is that funny. But don't let that mislead you into thinking that this is Porky's at 40. This a very good film about sex and relationships.The ending of the film is absolutely hysterical and, for me, was the cherry on the sundae.
Michael B (25 April 2013)
People need to lighten up. This movie was one of the best comedies I have ever seen. If you don't like swearing in movies, read the ratings first. For example, It says it is rated R, with pervasive sexual content, language, and some drug use. Hmmm...you know, if you are offended by nudity or perhaps bad language, then you obviously are a prude, and would be better off going to see a Disney film. I am so sick of these stupid tards. They don't read the ratings, and thus are caught off guard when someone says a bad word. Don't be stupid. If you are a prude, do some research. Since you use the internet to post bad movie reviews for funny movies, you could optimize your time, and use the internet to look up the ratings on movies. It took me less that 30 seconds, and I bet on a dial-up connection it would take about 2 minutes. As for the movie, it was drop dead funny. It is definitely the comedy hit of the summer. I saw the wedding crashers, and this beats it hands down. They did an outstanding job with this film!
(24 April 2013)
There are very few subjects I get defensive about. I'm secure enough in my own beliefs that I don't fuss over any one stereotype in the media. Except when it comes to geeks.I really, really dislike the "jock" mentality that so often permeates popular culture, casting geeks as introverted serial killers in the making. Thus, I gave The 40-Year-Old Virgin a wide berth. Eventually, a friend lent us the DVD. Secure in the knowledge that the studio wasn't making any money from my viewing, I sat down and watched the film. I'm glad I did.Virgin is pretty much exactly what the title says it is: 40-year-old Andy Stitzer (Steve Carell) accidentally reveals that he's actually a virgin during a poker game with his coworkers. The cast of characters includes the lovelorn David (Paul Rudd, former beaux of Phoebe Buffay), the urban skirt-chaser Jay (Romany Malco), and pot-smoking author Cal (Seth Rogen). Each of these guys brings their own philosophy to the film as they hatch plots to get Andy laid.Andy is a sweet guy. He doesn't curse, doesn't do drugs, and doesn't drink. He rides his bike to work everyday. A huge multimedia system, complete with game chair and large-screen TV, dominates his living room. He keeps a massive collection of toys and posters, harkening back to the 60s. In essence, you would expect Andy to be running a company like Apple.Unfortunately, nobody else sees it that way. His coworkers are chiefly concerned with his sexual prowess. The females in his life--and there's really only Trish, played by Catherine Keener--want him to "grow up." More about that later. David, the most well rounded of Andy's work friends, is obsessed with his ex-girlfriend Amy (Mindy Kaling, still working at The Office). He tries to gently ease Andy into the dating life and appears to be the ringleader of the group; but in reality he's not much better off. David can barely contain his rage about being dumped, especially after he bumps into his ex at a speed-dating contest.Jay, on the other hand, rams poor Andy into the most awkward and terrifying social situations. He's a dawg himself, cheating on his long time girlfriend Jill (Erica Vittina Phillips). In reality, Jay's pathetically insecure, getting into fights with customers and hilarious confrontations with coworkers (especially Mooj, played by Gerry Bednob). Cal is at the opposite end of the spectrum. He smokes pot, he writes books, and he's apparently not very successful at either. Cal encourages Andy just to ask questions, parroting back whatever women say to him. Sadly, that tactic works...although Andy discovers the woman he manages to snare (the naughty Elizabeth Banks as Beth) is not someone he wants to be with.In fact, the only person who has anything in common with Andy is Trish, the entrepreneur across the street who sells stuff on Ebay. Without much effort, Andy ends up getting her number. And then spends the rest of the film wondering what to do about it.At first blush, this film seems to be a blistering attack on the geek way of life. After all, Andy's encouraged to grow up by selling all his toys and buying a car. But a closer look reveals that Judd Apatow, executive producer of Freaks and Geeks, directed Virgin. This man is a friend of the geek if not a geek himself.Sure enough, each of Andy's macho friends goes through some growth on his own. It's not Andy who has to grow up, but the obsessive Davids, the girl-crazy Jays, and the pot-sniffing Cal's. And they do. Well, everyone except Cal. In the process, Andy comes out of his shell and into his own, progressing from backroom tech guy to front room floor manager and mustering up the courage to pursue the one woman he really wants to be with.Through it all, we learn a lot from Andy. His childish sense of wonder makes him a great playmate for Trish's youngest daughter. Trish, incidentally, has three children and one of them has a child, making her a grandmother. Andy's abstinence from sex makes him a great role model for Trish's middle daughter. His gentle nature makes him an excellent salesperson. And of course he's tech savvy, making him a great techie.By the end of The 40-Year-Old Virgin, we discover the joke's on us. Apatow is laughing at us laughing at Andy. Perhaps being a geek isn't such a bad thing after all.
(24 April 2013)
This movie was very clever. I was expecting a movie that was somewhat humorous and got a movie that I was laughing out loud. I don't want to say this is the greatest movie ever but it is definitely worth seeing!
leighabc123 (24 April 2013)
This movie was raw, stupid, and foul. A 40 year old virgin who finallygets married to a "grandmother" at the end of the movie and loses hisvirginity. But before this happened, there was some crazy plotsthroughout the movie. The man is 40 and still rides a bike and hasaction figures! He kicked a lady in the nose when she sucks on histoes. He goes out and the drunk lady throws up on him while she isdriving. He actually dates a drag queen. He was about to have sex withhis future wife until his wife's daughter and the teenage boyfriendwalks in. His wife's daughter hated him until she found out that he wasa virgin. Make sure you see the deleted scenes from this movie. It willhelp you understand the plot better.
pwalker-13 (24 April 2013)
Every once in awhile a very average movie has a couple of very funnyscenes. In "The 40-year Old Virgin", Paul Rudd's character complainingto his boss about the Michael McDonald DVD and the "yah mo be there"comment are hilarious. I also enjoyed the angry exchange between thesales guys in the electronics store. Unfortunately, it goes down hillafter these early scenes. The rest is the usual sexual formula thatwe've seen before. I thought Steve Carell was better in "Anchorman".Seth Rogan is quite good in this, and I've been a Jane Lynch fan for along time and wish she had more scenes in this. Overall, if you arelooking for a childish, somewhat raunchy sexual comedy, it probablywill entertain you.
dhair59 (22 April 2013)
I got a free pass to a preview of this movie last night and didn't know what to expect. The premise seemed silly and I assumed it would be a lot of shallow make-fun-of-the-virgin humor. What a great surprise. I laughed so hard I cried at some of the jokes. This film is a must see for anyone with an open mind and a slightly twisted sense of humor.OK.....this is not a movie to go to with your grandmother (Jack Palance?) or small children. The language is filthy, the jokes are (very) crude, and the sex talk is about as graphic as you'll find anywhere. What's amazing, however, is that the movie is still a sweet love story. My girlfriend and I both loved it.Steve Carell is terrific, but (like The Office) the supporting cast really makes the film work. All of the characters have their flaws, but they also have depth and likability. Everyone pulls their weight and the chemistry is perfect.I can't wait to get the DVD. I'm sure it will be up there with Office Space for replays and quotable lines.
Douglas Young (22 April 2013)
(Synopsis) 40-year old Andy Stitzer (Steve Carell) has gone his entirelife without being with a woman in bed. His friends at the electronicsstore where he works as an inventory clerk want to correct thatsituation. They make it their mission to find Andy a woman. Theybelieve it will happen when Andy meets Trish (Catherine Keener), a40-year old single mother of three, who runs a business across thestreet from his job. Unfortunately, Andy and Trish begin theirrelationship with a no-physical contact agreement until after they havehad 20 dates.(Comment) This is one hilarious movie, with non-stop laughter. Thetarget audience for this movie with its graphic discussion about sex,drugs, and dirty language is adult men. I laughed from beginning toend. There are several scenes where I laughed so hard it brought tearsto my eyes. Carell's character is a likable one and so innocent thatyou will root for him to succeed. The subject matter may offend somewomen, so this is not a date movie, and surely don't take the kids.(Universal Pictures, Run time 1:56, Rated R)(6/10)
Cassiopea_Fay (21 April 2013)
This movie is unfunny, immature, stereotypical, rude, and consists of alot of unnecessary yelling and swearing. What was so funny about theconstant fights?And it really makes people who actually choose to be virgins look likecomplete losers. And the topic of sex is completely everywhere, in annon-amusing sort of way. Bad jokes, and really poor/uninterestingcharacters. Honestly, the intelligent person would never enjoy such a silly movie.But I guess that speaks a lot for many audiences who do enjoy it.I honestly thought that perhaps it could of been a cute movie - but no,it really is an immature event.
(21 April 2013)
This was a movie I was really looking forward to. A movie about a bike riding, polo-shirt wearing guy who lives alone and has never had sex...with Steve Carrol, sounds great. However, I thought that it just wasn't that...funny. While it was a pretty inocent movie, it was also, pretty obvious to what was going to happen and it also some of the humor was just too sophmoric. I know there are many people who loved this movie, which is why I was disapointed, because my expectations were so built up.Sam
diegoavilarodriguez (16 April 2013)
The film is just hilarious, the 40 year-old virgin is an amazing thatspeaks of a very real subject. Andy (Steve Carrel) is a the titlessays, a 40 year-old virgin living in an era where sex is relevant forbeing happy or even normal. The beauty of the film is how it speaks ofsuch a serious matter without compromising its comedy, expressing thepressures of sex by characters like Jay, David and Cal, Andy's friendswho after realizing he is a virgin pressure and try to "help him" inlosing his virginity. The performances are believable and hilarious youi couldn't help but laugh my ass off! The film also has a very goodmessage in how important or not important sex really is. You wanna havesome fun, laugh and feel good afterwards? I recommend the 40 year-oldvirgin, a hilarious way to spend time.
pavelm85 (16 April 2013)
Without a doubt "40 Year-Old Virgin" is the funniest movie this year!Really like the idea of this guy,who never get the chance to have sex.I think Steve Carell look exactly like a 40 year old virgin would looklike.He was the perfect choice for this role.He was sonatural,casual,with the appearance of a nerd.Dressed like some guy fromthe 80's and acting so polite,his house is like a museum foraction-figures.Some situations were so awkward,that I even blushed...But the level of realism was really high and that make the jokes evenbetter.No overact,not trying too hard,sometimes it was funny,because itwas sad to watch.The cast was great.Alredy mention the incredible Steve Carell,but hison screen buddies were hilarious.They were quite a characters!In factall the characters were entertaining.From Andy's boss to his old-coupleneighbors.This is a film that could give you lots and lots of laugh and alsoteach us something more about the women.You'll see more then youexpect!
(12 April 2013)
This movie is awesome. It is a movie that is not suitable to people with no sense of humor as they will always give bad reviews for such a great movie. It is one big sex joke but the movie kinda implies that. I rank this movie in my top 3 comidies of all time right there along Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle. You have got to see this movie.
Windy City Film Buff (12 April 2013)
I often visit the IMDb site for reviews. After seeing this movie withmy wife, I felt compelled to comment because this movie is incrediblyfunny and both of my wife and I were laughing nonstop for the entiremovie. Judd Apatow and Steve Carell are going to become big stars as aresult of this movie, and they totally deserve it. A smartly writtenscript. The supporting cast was first rate. The plot was good andflowed smoothly. The dialog, although crude at times, is an accurateportrayal of how guys talk to each other about women. You can't helpbut root for Andy (Steve Carrell's character). Some people might beoffended by some of the material and all I have to say about that islighten up a little bit, the laughing will do you some good. Did Imention this movie was funny?
ben-mikael (24 March 2013)
My friends wanted to see this; I thought it might be cute.Unfortunately, it was far from cute, and nowhere near enjoyable. Itwasn't crude humor, not even risquÃ©, just ultra gross. Within 3 minutesof the intro, I was highly disappointed. Within 15 minutes I wasretching and wanted a refund. It was beyond filthy, it was rancid. Iwalked out of the theater, and I never do that. It really was heinous.Utterly abominable. Absolutely disgusting; nasty; heinously offensiveto all decency; gross!If you like to watch losers make sentences and entire conversations outof nothing except the F word and gutter synonyms for genitals and sex,then you might like this show. If you have any common(?) decency, dosomething else. Anything else. This is sick. You're better off hiring900 vomiters to fill your bathtub and your bed with vomit.
maybek8e (24 March 2013)
My friend had free passes to see the premiere of this movie on Tuesday night. We went in expeccting this movie would be incredibly stupid. We were looking around us and felt like we were in Club Med because of the older people surrounding us (no, not people in their 40's, we're talking 70's and 80's, we are in our late 20's). Well, I think we laughed the entire way though it. I cannot believe how funny this movie was. The rest of the theatre was roaring right along with us the entire time and applauded at the end. I cannot wait to see it again, I am going this very Sunday with another friend to see it.
(15 March 2013)
Well, maybe it was funny. But it wasn't hysterically funny I should say. The idea of a virgin being 40 years old should've proved a lot more comedy and slapstick gags but instead we have scenes that just go on but they weren't funny in the first place(like a scene where 2 black people argue, not being racist, just that scene went nowhere).Andy is a happy guy: he watches Survivor with his building buddies, works at an electronics store and collects action figures. Only, and where the title comes in handy, he's never even had sex. His friends find out and decide to help the guy out only he doesn't need help and his idea of losing it isn't what they're thinking of.While he has some mishaps with some women, he meets Trish, a woman who sells things on Ebay at her own store(which quite frankly is just stupid). Only unlike some guys, he wants to lose it to someone he loves despite the fact an older woman who really wants him and a sex freak he met a bar is after him too.I can kind of identify with the Andy character. A guy who has a comfortable little niche that unfortunately has a couple problems. Andy's a very socially awkward guy that isn't very good at talking to regular people most of the time, so picking up a girl isn't very successful.If there's one problem with the film is that there's certain missed opportunities. One character named Mooj is quite funny being incredibly profane yet they don't give him enough screen time. Then there's the previous scene where the 2 black people argue and it felt out of place like you felt like "who cares?". A "you know how I know you're gay?" scene never made me laugh once. Plus the one subplot with Andy's horny boss literally went nowhere and there was no resolution. Like I said, there were certain parts where I laughed but then I quieted down a bit.What does make the film work is the casting. Steve Carrell is great as the awkward Andy and underrated Catherine Keener is perfect as Trish(not to mention very hot). Andy's buddies too are also great and Elizabeth Banks as the sex freak was also good even if it was obvious Andy wasn't going to do anything with her.It's a funny film that dropped the ball on certain scenes or missed jokes but if you wanna laugh with your friends, give it a watch.
(15 March 2013)
I love a good laugh. Really I do. Unfortunately, I think I could've spent my $7.50 on a mallet and hit myself in the head several times and evoked more laughter than what I got when I saw this ripe pile of garbage in the cinema.I was excited when I first heard about this movie. I've always liked Steve Carell. In fact, I've considered him to be the best part of The Daily Show for years now... and he's turned the U.S. adaptation of The Office into more than just a weak ripoff. Alas, his talents are wasted here.The film is one overblown sex joke and I don't mean in a subtle, witty fashion like The Wedding Crashers. The material is as subtle as a kick to the groin and the jokes are as weak as tissue paper. I'd give it no stars at all, but that isn't an option on this site.Avoid this movie at all costs.
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