Knocked Up (Unrated) 2007 NR CC

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From writer/director Judd Apatow is the Unrated version too hilarious for theaters! Katherine Heigl and Seth Rogen star in the story of one-night stands, pregnancy, and learning to grow up.

Starring:
Seth Rogen, Katherine Heigl
Runtime:
2 hours 14 minutes

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Knocked Up (Unrated)

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Genres Drama, Romance, Comedy
Director Judd Apatow
Starring Seth Rogen, Katherine Heigl
Supporting actors Paul Rudd, Leslie Mann, Jason Segel, Jay Baruchel, Jonah Hill, Martin Starr, Charlyne Yi, Iris Apatow, Maude Apatow, Joanna Kerns, Harold Ramis, Alan Tudyk, Kristen Wiig, Bill Hader, Ken Jeong, Craig Robinson, Tim Bagley, Loudon Wainwright III
Studio Universal Pictures
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

This was a very good and funny movie w/ a lot of heart.
Jon D.
It is probably the funniest movie out there since "The 40-Year Old Virgin", and well worth your time.
Michael Zuffa
It's not a bad movie, just didn't have me laughing as much as I expected.
Tinou Bao

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

91 of 113 people found the following review helpful By Bretzky on September 11, 2007
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Loved the movie. That said, I was confused on what the differences were on the 3 DVD versions, but found some details that I've posted below. As for me, I'm going with this two-disc unrated version.

Basic extras -- available on all (both R-rated and Unrated Editions):

- Deleted and Extended Scenes
- Gag Reel
-"Directing the Director" (Capote director Bennett Miller stops by to help Apatow get the job done)
- Line-O-Rama (Tons of alternate takes)
- Audio commentary with Judd Apatow, Seth Rogen and Bill Hader
- Roller Coaster Featurette

Goodies available only on the Unrated releases:

- MORE Deleted and Extended Scenes (some pretty raunchy ones, reportedly)
- Topless Scene: "Web Design"

And finally, extras available only on this 2-disc Unrated version:

- Judd Apatow's Video Diaries
- Finding Ben Stone (A mock casting session)
- Stripper Confidential (Rogen and Paul Rudd wade through some Sin City salaciousness)
- Even MORE Deleted and Extended Scenes / Gag Reel Footage!
- Another topless Scene: "Restaurant"
- Katherine Heigl's Audition Tape
.. "and more" (I'm really hoping for another "You know how I know you're gay?" extended scene like in 40-year-old Virgin)
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By barry VINE VOICE on March 2, 2009
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Writer/director Judd Apetow is building his own franchise and making a real name for himself with his high quality comedies with his unique special brand of humor and great casting. SUPERBAD does seem to be the most popular thus far but KNOCKED UP is in the same league for me.

Story line is pretty basic. We have an average stoner guy and a beautiful professional woman who meet at a bar, get drunk, have sex and she gets pregnant. In real life such different types of people may not try to make a relationship work but here it is very believable and the development of each character about life, love and acceptance is very realistic as the pregnancy develops. Katherine Heigl and Seth Rogen are in top form as their lives are forever altered. Dialogue is funny, circumstances are realistic and having the marriage of Heigl's sister to compare with works great. Paul Rudd shines here and steals all the scenes he is in.

This is a bawdy comedy but manages to put across positive messages about safe sex, responsibility and the fact that relationships can be difficult. It is not a message film by any means but it manages to spread a good positive vein about life and its complications.

Blu ray usually is put to its best use with action films or films with great cinematography which show how the 1080p can be brilliant and how audio can transcend. Comedies can sometimes appear bland on blu ray but this film is crisp, colors are vibrant and video and audio are both at levels above that of the regular dvd. There is much talk of this movie being too long. For me it was not. You will either love it or you won't. For me it had a purpose in the length and the character development also warranted it.

I highly recommend the blu ray version of this film as well as the film itself.
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2 of 0 people found the following review helpful By Bradley Olin VINE VOICE on June 4, 2007
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I thought the film was well done. It's fairly common today for people to forget that movies are surreal. As in they are not always an accurate reflection of reality, even if they portray familiar situations, environments, and interactions. While I laughed throughout the film, I can see that this movie is not going to be a hit with everyone. As a guy who has been lumped into the "dork" category before, I can say that this appeals to a younger audience of social misfits. The premise of the film is stretched thin at times, but the characters grow and seem mostly real, with a few exceptions. There were plenty of one-liners and raunchy humor balanced by genuinely endearing moments. The inconsistency and heavy reliance on juvenile humor made this a four star film for me, but it was still worth seeing in a theater, if only to laugh aloud with the audience.

===POINT/COUNTERPOINT***

1. Stoner and Juvenile Humor: The movie was inundated with pot-related references and jokes, including creative/adaptive smoking (fishbowl, gas mask, etc), simulated gay sex scenes while Ben (Seth Rogen) talks to his pregnant one night stand, a group of deadbeat post HS kids who live in a communal environment...the list goes on.

My Response: Yes, the movie was rife with jokes that spoke mainly to the younger, desensitized generation. They did get old in places, but the argument here returns to understanding the demographic. Let's pretend this storyline took place between a man and woman in their late thirties instead of their early to mid twenties. The situations, characters, humor, and their friends, would be entirely different. These are not typical but fictional portrayals of a geek and his friends, and it's true to form.

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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Brett on December 9, 2008
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The movie is great. If you haven't seen it, I'd highly recommend it. This one is directed by Apatow himself; so, you you know it's one of the better ones that carries his "brand"...unlike some of those cheeseball movies with Will Ferrel. More to the point, you get the sense that he made this movie for himself or his family. For example, his wife in real life is Leslie Mann, and his daughters play his and Leslie's daughters in the movie. But enough about a review of the content...I assume that if you're considering the Blu-Ray release of Knocked Up, you've seen the movie before.

I don't know about you, but when I am considering purchasing a Blu-Ray, what I want to know is (in order of importance) 1) How good does it look? 2) How good does it sound? 3) What special features distinguish it from the DVD version that I might possibly own already. The picture quality is good but not amazing. I have yet to find a BD that has worse picture quality than its DVD counterpart, but we're not expecting minor improvements from the BD. Considering a dual layer BD can hold 50 GB compared to a DVD-9 that can hold 8.5 GB, we expect A LOT more from Blu-Ray...and rightfully so! The audio is fine, but my expectations for a comedy are much lower as I tend to be more interested in content than technical achievements and fidelity; whereas, action movies force me to be a more discerning critic. That said, I don't find anything particularly impressive or irritating about the audio on this disc.

Lastly, the special features are good but nothing, IMO, that warrants buying this disc if you already own the DVD. Again, if you're like me, you're only going to watch the special features so many times. The audio and video quality of the main title are what I am most interested in, and I am unwilling to pay $20 for the BD version at this time. If Amazon takes it down to $15, I'll take the plunge but not before.
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