"It's a personal choice," he says, "and I don't think there's anything wrong with that." The girl thanks Andy for his support, even though it's clear she's desperate to terminate her virginity the first chance she gets. David pulls his pants down and videotapes his backside. Copulating dogs are shown to emphasize how unnatural Andy's virgin status is. Andy fumbles through a mountain of condoms trying to put one on.Amazingly (considering the fact that this is a sex comedy), Andy remains abstinent until his wedding night, honoring—in a very twisted way—the very thing everything and everyone else in the movie relentlessly derides. In addition to all the raunchy visuals, is obsessed with obscene sex talk about everything from anal sex to menstrual cycles to STDs to fetishes to prostitution to statutory rape.This version of The 40-Year-Old Virgin is not rated, but the theatrical version was rated R for pervasive sexual content, language and some drug use.The Movie: The 40-Year-Old Virgin is kind of two movies in one.In countries where there are lots of stray cats and dogs, many are in poor condition, especially compared with the truly wild animals that live in the same places. The battle for survival must be incredibly tough for all these animals.Is it because feral domesticated animals can somehow live on in poor health through their association with humans, whereas nature would ruthlessly pick off any weaklings in the wild animal population?
Andy twice has major wipeouts while riding his bike.Rating: Unrated Starring: Steve Carell as Andy Stitzer Catherine Keener as Trish Paul Rudd as David Romany Malco as Jay Seth Rogen as Cal Elizabeth Banks as Beth Leslie Mann as Nicky Jane Lynch as Paula Gerry Bednob as Mooj Shelley Malil as Haziz Kat Dennings as Marla Chelsea Smith as Julia Jonah Hill as e Bay Customer Erica Vittina Phillips as Jill Marika Dominczyk as Bernadette Special Features:17 minutes longer You Know How I Know You’re Gay?(with Optional Commentaries)Andy’s Fantasies (with Optional Commentaries)Cal & Paula (with Optional Commentaries)Advice from Mooj Deleted Scenes (with Optional Commentaries)Waxing Doc Date-A-Palooza Line-O-Rama My Dinner with Stormy Gag Reel Feature Commentary with Director / Co-Writer Judd Apato, Actor / Co-Writer Steve Carell Other Info: Widescreen (1.85:1)Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound Dolby Digital 2.1 Stereo Spanish and French Subtitles Running Time: 133 Minutes Synopsis: Andy Stitzer is a genuinely nice guy who collects action figures, is into comic books, and plays video games. So when his co-workers find out one evening over a game of poker that Andy is 40 and still a virgin, they make it their mission in life to find him a woman. Andy had a couple of traumatic sexual encounters as a young man and finds himself incredibly nervous at the prospect of having sex with a woman.The first half is a really, really raunchy guy movie filled with lots of language, sexual humor, and all sorts of perversion.The second half of the movie is a sweet romantic comedy that is fairly tame.