Rating: Unrated Starring: Steve Carell as Andy Stitzer Catherine Keener as Trish Paul Rudd as David Romany Malco as Jay Seth Rogen as Cal Elizabeth Banks as Beth Leslie Mann as Nicky Jane Lynch as Paula Gerry Bednob as Mooj Shelley Malil as Haziz Kat Dennings as Marla Chelsea Smith as Julia Jonah Hill as e Bay Customer Erica Vittina Phillips as Jill Marika Dominczyk as Bernadette Special Features:17 minutes longer You Know How I Know You’re Gay?
(with Optional Commentaries)Andy’s Fantasies (with Optional Commentaries)Cal & Paula (with Optional Commentaries)Advice from Mooj Deleted Scenes (with Optional Commentaries)Waxing Doc Date-A-Palooza Line-O-Rama My Dinner with Stormy Gag Reel Feature Commentary with Director / Co-Writer Judd Apato, Actor / Co-Writer Steve Carell Other Info: Widescreen (1.85:1)Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound Dolby Digital 2.1 Stereo Spanish and French Subtitles Running Time: 133 Minutes Synopsis: Andy Stitzer is a genuinely nice guy who collects action figures, is into comic books, and plays video games. So when his co-workers find out one evening over a game of poker that Andy is 40 and still a virgin, they make it their mission in life to find him a woman. Andy had a couple of traumatic sexual encounters as a young man and finds himself incredibly nervous at the prospect of having sex with a woman.
This particular edition of The 40-Year Old Virgin us unrated and has 17 extra minutes added to it.
Steve Carell really proves that he’s leading man material as Andy Stitzer.
In the same way that Will Ferrell was a lovable buffoon in Elf, Carell is a lovable geek in this movie.
There are a ton of great lines in this movie that you can count on being quoted well after the movie leaves theaters.
I was really expecting this movie to make fun of comic book geeks and virgins, but that wasn’t really the case.
Together the three represent almost all the aspects of the horny male psyche.
It’s quite hilarious to see them give Andy a mix of good and bad advice.I guarantee it will make every person watching it cringe. As fun as Carell is, this movie would have been nothing without his strong co-stars.Paul Rudd is amusing as David, the heartbroken and bitter co-worker of Andy.Carell gets his wolfman-like chest actually waxed on screen.He lets several profanity filled tirades rip and you actually see blood pooling on his chest.I’ve always thought she was a great actress and she’s quite funny in this role. I can’t remember the last time I heard the Theme from Greatest American Hero (Believe It or Not).