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Daniel Lanciana over 2 years ago
Cameos, weird ending.
Matthew Smith almost 5 years ago
Pretty funny!
Leif Jacobson almost 5 years ago
Both heartfelt and raunchy, in addition to being hilarious.
Tony Gandía over 5 years ago
Bawdy "Virgin" delivers strong laughs through insightful adult situations
Damian Campo over 5 years ago
It's funny enough to have a great time but not to watch it twice.
Dominique Bosman 6 years ago
Too long movie, for a too short story. But the humour of Steve Carrell is still very good.
Christopher Leno 6 years ago
Very funny surprisingly.
Robyn Hamilton almost 7 years ago
I was surprised to find this did actually have a few laughs; not enough though.
Jonathan Evans 7 years ago
Nipplefuck! It was just as I'd expected really, not bad and not great. It was even funny.
Kosala Liyanage 7 years ago
For me, it was just mediocre.
Chelsea Foreman over 7 years ago
Grant davies over 7 years ago
not for me. Steve Carell is not very funny in my eyes.
Emmet O Sullivan over 7 years ago
Great film, funny without being cruel
Alexandre Brisson over 7 years ago
This falls in the same category as mean girls, white chicks, hot chick and house bunny.
Nate McBean over 7 years ago
Painfully awkward at times (not in a good way).
Rick Franchella over 7 years ago
Amazing movie about the horrors of interacting with your "first time." Carrell is amazing.
Kakra almost 8 years ago
Michael Cole almost 8 years ago
The actors complement each other extraordinarily well for an excellent comedic effect.
Diogo Almeida almost 8 years ago
Katherine Maradiaga almost 8 years ago
So funny that I can take a little bit of crudeness. The essence of Steve Carell.
The 40-Year-Old Virgin is a 2005 American buddy comedy film about a middle-aged man's journey to finally have sex. The film was written and directed by Judd Apatow and co-written by its lead star, Steve Carell, though the film itself features a great deal of improvised dialogue. The film received its general North American theatrical release on August 19, 2005 and was released on region 1 DVD on December 13, 2005. Andy Stitzer (Steve Carell) is the eponymous 40-year-old virgin. He lives alone, collects action figures, plays video games, and his social life seems to consist of watching Survivor with his elderly neighbors. He works in the stockroom at an electronics store called SmartTech. When a friend drops out of a poker game, Andy's co-workers David (Paul Rudd), Cal (Seth Rogen), and Jay (Romany Malco) reluctantly invite Andy to join them. At the game, when conversation turns to past sexual exploits, Andy desperately makes up a story, but admits his virginity when he compares the...
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