The 40-Year-Old Virgin (DVD, 2005, Widescreen; Unrated)
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- muskel3Jun 22, 2016by
40 yr old virgin
great movie,steve carell is funny as hell !
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- joe1759Jan 17, 2013by
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You can do really well (cost-wise) if you can settle for used DVDs and not insist on the Blu-Ray version. The used DVDs generally work just as well as new, even though the box may be a little shop worn. And Blu-Ray is only slightly better than standard definition; generally not wotrth the expense on an older movie like this that you just want to watch and have a few laughs over. The movie itself is quite funny albeit ridiculous in places. I only paid $.99 for it so I thought it was quite a bargain.
- mam0989Jun 03, 2011by
Funny movie; definitely would recommend!
So I had always caught this movie on TV and never thought too much about buying it. And then I realized: I watch this movie every time it comes on TV and don't get tired of it. I decided to buy this movie so I could watch it whenever I wanted. Thanks to half.com, I got it at a cheap price.
This movie is hilarious and is great to watch if you need some laughs. Steve Carell plays Andy, a 40-year-old man who has never had sex. His friends find out and the whole movie revolves around them trying to get Andy laid.
Overall, I enjoyed the movie and can definitely watch it over and over again.
- mrcwinstonJan 06, 2010by
The 40-Year-Old Virgin
One of the greatest man-child coming out of his shell movies Ive ever seen. Andy is a man that had the worse luck when it came to relationships coming soooo close to closing the deal but never get there. Well now he's 40 and become very reclusive and social-phobic. It all changed with one poker game that revealed his virginity. Now Andy's 4 new friends has made it their life's mission to get him layed. After dismissing rounds of terrible advice, questionable hook ups and speed dating; Andy decides to go ask out a woman that he met at the EBAY STORE and then the growth begins....
- jezebeeJan 09, 2007by
The 40 Year Old Virgin
In my opinion, this unique movie is a hit- especially if you like the acting style of Steve Carrell (sarcastic and stupidly funny) AND can get around the fact that the storyline contains MANY references to and graphic descriptions of sex that are sometimes quite crude. If you can't see the humor in this sort of thing- or at least get past it-- you definitely will NOT like this movie.
Andy (Carrell) is a socially awkward 40 year old who has never "done the deed." He makes the horrible mistake of revealing his "secret" to his buddies from work during a poker game and his life is forever changed... His buddies vow to help him end his virginity and begin giving him a bunch of LOUSY advice about women, which of course he follows. They also have a lot of fun at Andy's expense, poking fun of his "situation." Meanwhile, Andy meets a woman he really likes. They start dating, but he is afraid to tell her he is a virgin and is actually AFRAID to have sex with her. Not knowing he is a virgin, she totally can't understand his apparent lack of sexual interest.
One thing I really found refreshing about this entire sex-obsessed storyline is that although Andy is ostracized for his virginity throughout the movie, the point that staying a virgin was HIS CHOICE and that he was ultimately saving himself for the right person- even at age 40- is driven home in the end. (Although I have to say that point almost appears to have been thrown in as an afterthought, as it only comes up at the very END of the movie.)Read full review