When you think about it too much THE 40 YEAR OLD VIRGIN almost sounds like a horror movie, but it's actually a comedy and a pretty funny one...as long as you don't think about how much Carell's character is destroying his life. Steve works at a Circuit City-style electronics store and the scenes with his co-workers are the best parts of the movie. They're a vulgar and unhappy bunch and pretty much everything they say is just a string of cursing. It's amusing. The romance scenes later on are lame and depressing. I don't understand why he had to get married instead of just having meaningless sex.
THE 40 YEAR OLD VIRGIN's overall story is predictable but the co-worker characters deliver a lot of laughs. Not enough to make me forget that Steve traded in his freedom, his personal identity and massive toy collection in exchange for busting nuts with a immature single grandmother! The toy collection thing really pissed me off. He's been collecting these things since he was a child and now suddenly just because his co-worker's pressured him into having sex, it somehow snowballs into him getting married and selling off all of his stuff! Whatever. This guy's a fucking idiot.
What the filmmakers should do is make a dark as fook Part 2 where it's 10 - 15 years down the road and Steve is at his lawyer's office going over the paperwork to see how much his bank account is going to shrink when he looks over and see's that the divorce lawyer is the guy who bought all of his toys on eBay. He snaps.
If you need me, I'll be in the alligator fuck house.
Why is it Boner Jams 03'? Shouldn't the ' be before the 03? Boner Jams '03.
Was this scene a nod to CANDY? I'm actually serious. I'm sure I'll never find out, but it's placement in the film and he way it looks is a lot like that scene in CANDY.
This calendar only has 6-day weeks.