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Judd Apatow, the man who brought us the shows Freaks and Geeks and Undeclared, directed the movie The 40 Year Old Virgin, which was released this past weekend. It stars Steve Carell as Andy, a 40 year old virgin who rides a bike, collects action figures, and works in the stock room of an electronics store. One night, as Andy and his co-workers are playing poker, it becomes apparent that Andy is a virgin. His co-workers then make it their mission to remedy the situation. They take Andy to nightclubs, coach him in picking up women in stores, and try to modify Andy’s look. At one point they sign Andy up for a twenty dates in an hour lunch. Andy finally starts dating the woman of his dreams, a single mother of three. His co-workers think that Andy is finally having sex, only to learn that he and his girlfriend have entered into a no sex contract.

Written by Steve Carell and Judd Apatow, the film also stars Paul Rudd and Seth Rogen as Steve Carell’s co-workers. The run time is 116 minutes and is rated R for pervasive sexual content, language, and some drug use. This movie was a lot funnier than I expected it to be. Carell was very convincing as Andy, and Rogen was great as the stoner co-worker.

This is a great date movie but only with someone who is comfortable with lots and lots of sexual dialogue. If you go to this movie on a first date, expect to be uncomfortable for the rest of the night. Luckily, not all of the humor stems from the movie’s vulgarity. The writers do a good job of keeping Carell’s character human by showing us that Andy is a fairly normal guy who has been on a long losing streak.

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