This involves trips to bars, nightclubs, speed-dating events and hookers and some serious coaching on how to seduce the female of the species.
Okay, before I get too deep and scare you off, let me begin by saying The 40-Year-Old Virgin is one of the funniest films of recent years.
His workmates - David (Paul Rudd), Jay (Romany Malco) and Cal (Seth Rogen) - are fine with that. The others cringe but to everyone's surprise, Andy turns out to be okay.
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The film works beautifully on its surface level as a crude sex comedy.
There are belly laughs galore and scenes you'll be laughing about days later.
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Premium members have no adverts, forum access, and other great benefits for just $10 a year."At the very beginning, when they show Andy's alarm clock it hits and if you look at the little light that shows the time its P. is lit, saying it should be in the evening, but he is waking up in the morning to go work at the store.dickies When Andy crashes through the billboard, pieces of drywall and chalky dust can be seen all over the place.
There's the drunk chick; speed-dating; Andy's pick-up in the bookstore; the trip to the waxing salon; Andy talking black to Jay's girlfriend... You'd better get used to Steve Carell, who doesn't just play Andy but also co-wrote the script with director Judd Apatow.
I can't decide whether my favourite bit is David and Cal's soon-to-be-legendary "Do you know how I know you're gay? This is going to make him a major star, a rival for Will Ferrell and Jim Carrey.
It's a great performance and The 40-Year-Old Virgin is a great comedy.
When Andy and Trish are on a date at the chinese restaurant, Andy starts to drink his Budda Punch, yet in the next shot, as the man askes the waitresses to sing happy birthday to his daughter, we can see the Budda Punch glass is suddenly back down on the table.
He's already proved his comic talent playing dopey weatherman Brick Tamland in Anchorman but he goes further this time.
Andy isn't just funny, he's credible and very endearing.
You don't expect the women in sex comedies to have much depth: they're usually either amusing wackos, sluts or the love interest.