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Movie Details

Title:   The 40 Year-Old Virgin
Director:   Judd Apatow
Year:   2005
Genre:   Comedy
Times Seen:   3
Last Seen:   06.15.06

Other Movies Seen By This Director (6)
- The Bubble
- Funny People
- The King of Staten Island
- Knocked Up
- This is 40
- Trainwreck

Notes History
Date Viewed Venue Note
06.15.06DVD Watched this on impulse. It's quickly becoming one of those movies I could watch any time... not because it's gut-busting hilarious but I find myself really liking all of the characters and it leaves me feeling good. I also think the ending is better and better every time I see this... especially this time after seeing Candy. I just love how we get to see every actor again all gathered together and celebrating like yay it's the end of the movie let's have a good time! and it's outside and sunny and there are brightly colored flags everywhere and it's hippyish andmusical and flamboyant like daytime fireworks... definitely as good a way to end a picture as any.
12.30.05DVD seeing this again brought back memories of AFF and hearing Apatow talk and show off most of these DVD supplements. I'm so glad I got a chance to see one of his failed tv pilots. this movie is still pretty funny in a surprisingly heartfelt way, although watching it with my dad was... well it could have been worse, i guess i could have seen it with my mom... or grandmother... Romany Malco still makes me crack up the most in it though... him and that older pakistani dude.
08.19.05Cinemark Pflugerville A pretty funny movie for a bad day. I just sucked up all 18 episodes of Undeclared like a spong yesterday so it was good to see a few show alumns in the cast. The funniest character though went to Romany Malco. It's also interesting because I've now seen Catherine Keener go from "Hot Woman" to "Hot Older Woman" so there's that.

the actual movie had more story than i thought it would after Anchorman... I think Carell wanted to come off as an actor as well as a comic here and he did so I think. a pretty good movie... at least it was rated R... friggin kids.