The 40-Year-Old Virgin User Reviews

Current Rating: 3.82

Current Rating: 3.82

based on 3270 votes and 159 reviews

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  • Worst movie ever made. Did not make me laugh once. I wish I could get two hours of my life back.
  • The amount of vulgar language is shocking for a 1.30 mns. movie! But, you have to say--this movie is FUNNY!
  • Another fine show by Steve Carell. A must see.
  • Wow. They say Knocked Up is vulgar,this is what you call vulgar. It's all nudity and FOUL Language every second of the movie,so dont bring you kids to see it. But anyways,it was super-funny,and i was laughing from beginning to start. The best scene's when hes in the car with that drunk misses LOL! 4 Stars..:P
  • I was not impressed with the level of coarse language in this film,one has to ask is it really nessary to captivate an audience by its use.I think not.
  • Anyone under 15years would be inquisitive of some of the dialogue but anyone older would be embarassed to admit that they spent good money to watch.Did any of the pro viewers finish grade school.
  • I could watch this movie over and over again and it will still deliver just like the first time
  • The language was unbeleivably bad.
  • Virgin was a very entertaining movie that played as well, or better, on the small screen than in theaters. As comedies go it surpassed `Wedding Crashers`as the must see comedy of the year. While some of the language seemed sophomoric at times and the sexual gags anticipated, the romantic fabric of the film played well. The off-the-wall conclusion provided a hilarious ending to the movie thanks to Christine Keeners acting as well as the casts antics. Virgin is definitely one to watch if not one for the home collection.
  • All i got to say is that this movie is very funny.

The 40-Year-Old Virgin

Genre:  Comedy
Running Time:  115 min.
Release Date: August 19, 2005
DVD: December 13, 2005

Current rating: Rating: 3.82
based on 3270 votes and 159 reviews
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Cast: Steve Carell, Catherine Keener, Paul Rudd, Romany Malco, Seth Rogen, Elizabeth Banks, Leslie Mann, Jonah Hill, Kat Dennings, Jane Lynch