The 40 Year-Old Virgin

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Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

Andy Stitzer is a nice guy. He's shy, considerate, polite, lives alone, rides his bicycle to work at Circuit City, has a pristine collection of action figures, is pathologically nervous around women and at 40 years old, is still a virgin. When his co-workers discover this, they make it their mission to get Andy laid. He reluctantly goes along with their plan, but when he meets Trish, a single mother of three, she changes everything.

Cast

  • Steve Carell
  • Catherine Keener
  • Paul Rudd
  • Romany Malco
  • Seth Rogen
  • Elizabeth Banks
  • Leslie Mann
  • Jane Lynch
  • Gerry Bednob
  • Shelley Malil

Did You Know?

Trivia

  • The song that Andy is playing on his Baritone horn, while marching around his apartment is "Anchors Aweigh".
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Goofs

  • As Trish is driving away in her car and Andy is chasing her on his bike, he veers down a street to the left in hopes of cutting her off. When he reappears to cut her off he crashes into the "passenger" side of her car not the driver side.
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Quotes

    • [having his belly hair waxed]
    • [yells]
    • Andy Stitzer: Yooooooooow, Kelly Clarkson!
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Metacritic

50

Sticking to one joke in an unconscionably long film makes for a very stale, witless and repetitive comedy.

Metacritic review by Kirk Honeycutt
Kirk Honeycutt
The Hollywood Reporter
88

Surprisingly insightful, as buddy comedies go, and it has a good heart and a lovable hero.

Metacritic review by Roger Ebert
Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times
88

Yes, Steve Carell can carry a movie. Yes, Judd Apatow can direct a movie. Yes, we'll all relate to a middle-aged virgin. And yes, when an aesthetician yells to her assistant we're gonna need more wax, you best run.

Metacritic review by Allison Benedikt
Allison Benedikt
Chicago Tribune