The 41-Year-Old Virgin Who Knocked Up Sarah Marshall and Felt Superbad About It (Video 2010)

The 41-Year-Old Virgin Who Knocked Up Sarah Marshall and Felt Superbad About It (Video 2010)

Released: 2010
Genre: Comedy, Genre
Director: Craig Moss
Starring: J. Chris Newberg, Jessica Lee, Bryan Callen, ,
Run time: 82 min
IMDb: 2.6/10
Country: USA
Views: 183964

Synopsis

Storyline:
Follows Andy, who needs to hook up with a hottie, pronto, because he hasn’t had sex in… well, forever – and his luck isn’t the only thing that’s hard. His equally horny teenage roommates also need it superbad, and with the help of their nerdy pal, McAnalovin’ and his fake I.D., they may tap more than just a keg.
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User Reviews: Oh my. What a terrible movie. The word "bad" doesn’t sum it up. "Awful" doesn’t do it justice. "Horrible" would be far too generous. It’s honestly beyond any of those words. It’s crude, it’s distasteful and on many occasions it’s even disgusting. There’s no story to it. It’s an incoherent mess that makes no sense at all. There may be a possibility that this is one of those things that could drive you insane if you try to think too hard about it and make some sort of sense of it. You know the sorts of things I mean: "How big is the universe?" "How did time actually start?" And now – "What in the world is ‘The 41-year-old Virgin Who Knocked Up Sarah Marshall And Felt Super Bad About It’ actually about?" Really – it’s about nothing. And I don’t mean that in a Seinfeld "isn’t that a clever show?" way, but in a "this is lame-brained and totally meaningless" kind of way. Truly – there’s more logic to most "Three Stooges" stuff than there is to this! Is it just a bad spoof? And if it is – what’s it a bad spoof of? I really can’t figure out what’s being badly spoofed. This is the sort of movie you’d be embarrassed about if too many people found out you had watched it. I mean the humour is – well – it’s juvenile toilet humour at best. People vomit and fart and defecate and have orgasms. Oh my.

And then – as absolutely meaningless and worthless and ludicrous as it is – it made me laugh on a few occasions. Oh it’s lame – but some of it is actually funny, and – humiliated though I may be about it – I had no trouble watching it for its entire 1:22 run time. It even includes some spoofs of folks like the Verizon ("Can you hear me now?") guy, Dr. Phil and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Il. I mean, you have to give credit to anyone who can throw parodies of all three into the same truly bad movie.

I’m kind of embarrassed to say this, but – 4/10.

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