Aroview: A 40-year-old electronics salesman (Carrell) is discovered by his pals to still be a virgin, living in a world of plastic superhero models and faking his laddish 'knowledge' of the opposite sex.
Determined to 'break his cherry', they launch an educational campaign with Carrell eventually stumbling upon a woman (Keener) who seems to genuinely accept the eccentricity of the situation. Unleashing a delirious stream of inappropriate low-rent humour that makes Adam Sandler look positively witty, this certainly hits more than it misses, accurately revealing a primal layer of farcical hilarity surrounding the joys and problems of sex, with only the story's second-half turn toward the sentimental proving disappointing.
Average rating (Good Try). Showing 1-3 of 3 member reviews.
3 stars (Good Enough) With cringe-worthy humour courtesy of Carell, the 40 year old virgin starts off as potential comedy of the year, but later takes a turn for the love stuff and loses the appeal of the boyish jokes from the first half. ~Tom H
1 star (Turkey) Embarrassingly bad plot. ~Tubbs
3 stars (Good Enough) Good, but silly at times ~emjay
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