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It's time to get down and dirty! Your favorite characters from some of the funniest films of all time "come together" in this outrageous spoof of Judd Apatow's smash-hit comedies. Andy needs to hook up with a hottie, pronto, because he hasn't had sex in...well, ever -- and his luck isn't the only thing that's hard! His equally horny teenage roommates also need it superbad, and with the help of their nerdy pal, McAnalovin and his fake ID, they may tap more than just a keg. You'll score laugh-out-loud insanity with this hilariously raunchy comedy!

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This disjointed comedy spoofs four Judd Apatow efforts: The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Knocked Up, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, and Superbad (Apatow directed two and produced the other two). It gets off to an awkward start when Andy (MadTV's Bryan Callen), a middle-aged comedian, has a nightmare in which his hairy chest horrifies his topless date. The rest of the movie continues along the same vein--more disgusting moments, more underdressed women. As it turns out, Andy's housemates, Michael (Steven Nicholas) and Jonah (Steven Sims, best of the lot), also plan to lose their virginity in the days to come. All three hang out with characters who recall Seth Rogen, Christopher Mintz-Plasse (Superbad's McLovin), the "Can you hear me now?" guy, and a black Benjamin Button, who ages in reverse (and dresses like Samuel L. Jackson). While the teens try to track down booze for a party, Andy meets Kim (Noureen DeWulf), who has to break their date when she gets a job in Hawaii, and Sarah (Mircea Monroe), who loses control of her bodily functions when she drinks too much. Then one of the ladies gets pregnant, and everyone ends up in Maui, where complications, naturally, ensue. Along with the Apatow-inspired situations, cowriter-director Craig Moss (Saving Ryan's Privates) spoofs American Pie, Twilight, Slumdog Millionaire, and There Will Be Blood, but The 41-Year-Old Virgin feels more like a series of sketches than a full-fledged feature, the gross-out humor gets old fast, and Moss squanders all the sweetness of Apatow's best work. --Kathleen C. Fennessy

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  • Actors: Bryan Callen, Jessica Lee, J. Chris Newberg, Steven Sims, Steven Nicholas
  • Directors: Craig Moss
  • Writers: Craig Moss, Brad Kaaya
  • Producers: Craig Moss, Ash R. Shah, Ben Feingold, Brad Kaaya, Jim Busfield
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
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  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: June 8, 2010
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0039UT3M4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #76,039 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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By S. Ott on May 26, 2010
Format: DVD
For the love of God please let this be the last of the "Spoofing Other, Better Movies" Movies, because this is absolutely the bottom of the barrel. For starters, somehow the people that made this movie failed to see that if any of those other spoof movies were actually any good, it was because they were making fun of movies that weren't already funny - i.e. satire. Making a comedy making fun of other comedies is just a stupid idea, and this movie is proof of that theory.

The acting is as bad as the writing - crap, crap, and more crap.

For the sake of us all, don't buy this movie - you'll only encourage them to make more and they aren't worth the plastic they're printed on.
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Poor Bryan Callen... why not just go back to that sketch comedy show on FOX.
I'm sure that they'll take you back. You'll be back in your golden cabana boy briefs in no time.

Its a win for the viewer!

Yay!

No?! :o

Okay... moving on.
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I bought this DVD primarily for the nude scenes featuring Bryan Callen. I had first seen Bryan as a cast member of MadTV and have been anxiously awaiting his foray into on screen nudity. Bryan does it here, and his bubble butt is a beauty. He does almost full frontal nudity. The movie itself is very lame as most spoofs on successful comedies are. I
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The movie is generally funny. If you like simple humor and enjoy movies like Scary Movie and the sorts you will probably like this one. A couple of the sight gags are hysterical. The plot is pretty weak.
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Let me preface this by saying I love most of the source material, laugh until liver pain during most Apatow movies, and think the spoof genre is hilarious (Leslie Nielsen is a god among men). With that said, the title is the movie and it's completely underwhelming. Former MADtv contributor Bryan Callen is the protagonist of an excruciatingly long and lame movie that poorly attempts to lampoon comedies that are infinitely funnier than this "comedy."

The lineup of spoofed films is as follows (I admit I may have missed a few during my boredom coma):
-40 Year Old Virgin
-Knocked Up
-Forgetting Sarah Marshall
-Superbad (changing McLovin's name to McAnalovin is juvenile, but funny)
-Funny People
-Twilight
-Slumdog Millionaire
-The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

There were only two parts of the movie I actually enjoyed. First is a remake of the Dos Equis commercial with "The Most Interesting Man in the World." Funny stuff. The second is during the credits when they take a shot at the Verizon "Can you hear me now" commercials, which caused me to laugh out loud...something that didn't happen much during the actual movie.

The supporting actors are actually the best part of this film. Callen gets completely overshadowed by Steven Sims, who may as well be a Jonah Hill surrogate, by Austin Michael Scott, who did his McLovin impersonation once before in Disaster Movie, and by a brilliant performance by Stephen Kramer Glickman, who absolutely nails the Seth Rogan impersonation. (Unrelated: Glickman got a big break by coming on stage during a Jeffrey Ross standup routine)

Among the many problems with this movie is the simple fact that it's not funny, and I'm nearly the exact target audience. It's not the material. It's the execution...to which I'll add, I'm in favor of it.

Jason Elin
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"The 41-Year-Old Virgin Who Knocked Up Sarah Marshall And Felt Superbad About It" was written and directed by Craig Moss. It stars Bryan Callen, formerly of MADtv as Andy who is a virgin and goes through elements of the plot lines from "40 Year Old Virgin", "Superbad", "Forgetting Sarah Marshall", "Knocked Up", and even a bit from "Funny People." Andy after being accosted by his friends and after a date falls through with a girl he connected with named Kim (Noureen DeWulf) repeatedly meets up with Sarah (Mircea Monroe) at a bar where she gets really drunk celebrating and comes home with him after much projectile vomit. Sarah comes back the next day pregnant, but it isn't Andy's baby. Also a Jonah Hill look-alike (Steven Sims) is running around and McAnalovin (Austin Michael Scott) is stuck with a couple of crazy cops.

Besides Judd Apatow flicks, some other movies alluded to in this spoof are "Slumdog Millionaire" (McAnalovin has to jump into poo and the film finishes up with a "She's a Ho" instead of "Jai Ho" dance number), "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button", Verizon Wireless ("Can you hear me now?"), and the Most Interesting Man Beer commercials.

As far as spoof comedy goes, at least the story flows ok. Sometimes spoofs are just stories and sometimes they are just minor skits loosely stuck together and this one does blend both of those formats well to incorporate outside the genre jokes as well as this tribute to Judd Apatow's brand of romantic comedy. Everything about it is extreme and gross-out humor, swearing, and sexual humor abounds. Very silly, but better than some of the stretched out spoof films out there like "Date Movie" or any "Scary Movie" after the first one. Some of the humor is REALLY nasty, but there is an audience out there for it that would like it.
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