The 40-Year-Old Virgin

The 40-Year-Old Virgin

Goaded by his buddies, a nerdy guy who's never "done the deed" only finds the pressure mounting when he meets a single mother.

Andy at the age of 40 still hasn't had sex. He lets his secret slip at a poker game with his buds from work. After the revealing all his friends are on a mission to help get him laid. Along the way Andy meets a nice mom, Trish, and they fall head over heels for each other. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The 40-Year-Old Virgin torrent reviews

macie b (ca) wrote: I really want to see

Tom G (es) wrote: Ok so this is a terrible film, but i knew that going in, and kind of get the impression the people who made it don't really care. The only stars i can give it are for the comedy of the awful alien and hunter creatures, particularly the alien who seems to have giant spider legs simply to avoid copyright and they don't always seem to be there anyway. Superior to Transmorphers, as u actually see the creatures, but still mostly poorly acted and near unhearable dialogue. Only watch this if you know what your getting into.

Mauricio I (ag) wrote: Una pelicula realmente honesta, que comparada con las mierdas de peliculas de super-heroes de hoyigud es un hitaso.

Daniel F (it) wrote: From the director of "Kolya", "Empties" is a delicate and beautiful comedy from the Czech Rep that succeeds to capture the dignity and humanity of old age, striping down the useless parts of it and preserving what makes life go ahead.

Matt B (es) wrote: Seann William Scott steals this movie. It's his best performance. He's HILARIOUS. This third sequel has plenty of raunchy, gag-worthy moments but works because of its sweet spot.

Randy P (nl) wrote: Original, crude, but hilarious!

Kok Hoong F (ca) wrote: Mark Herman's earlier work is Little Voice and this one is another critics' darling. The same old feel-good genre which can hardly go wrong. Everyone needs affirmation that life is not as tough as we think and human spirit will pull us through. We will buy and most certainly I will, IF this kind of movies will spare us the big speeches, the standing ovation, the coming-of-age, twisted sad faces etc. In short, cut the schmaltzy crap.I think Brassed Off get away with alot of bashing just because the characters speak with a heavy accent and the story's backdrop is a very idyllic small town.

Phillip D (nl) wrote: Tsukamoto and the studio system meet for the first time, and the result is mixed. It is not without its creepy moments, but it really needs some more haphazard editing.

John H (es) wrote: Another sumptuous, talky Rohmer piece. Slightly messy at the end, but does not detract from the purity of the exemplary dialogue and direction.

Campbell W (br) wrote: I never bothered to see this movie until now. This is due to the fact that the historical Cromwell was a first rate piece of shit and is on the list of "World's Most Deadly and Tyrannical People of All Time." Here in this film he is glorified as libero Britannia, the father of modern British politics. Fortunately for Cromwell's credibility the narrative of this movie ends before his regime lays waste to Ireland and Scotland as a dictatorship in the guise of "Lord Protector." No doubt all this was in conflict with the filmmaker's romantic vision of Oliver Cromwell. I was eventually attracted to the movie because of its fine cast. I will watch anything with Alec Guinness, but it was also fun to see Charles Gray, most recognizable from Rocky Horror and Diamonds are Forever, Michael Jayson who played Tsar Nicholas II in Nicholas and Alexandra, Timothy Dalton remembered as the Bond no one liked, and of course Richard Harris who is these days mostly associated with Dumbledore from the first two films of the Harry Potter series. It goes without saying that Harris' performance of Cromwell is amazing and very powerful, but it seems to me that Alec Guinness steals the show as the soon to be beheaded King Charles I. Guinness is a mirror image of the King from those famous van Dyck portraits of Charles, it's an uncanny resemblance and adds to the actors flawless performance. See this movie if you like the actors, if you like Cromwell... then go read a history book.

Rahul B (us) wrote: The New wave starts taking its baby steps in this 50s noir.

Jason J (mx) wrote: A great film of mutant abuse!

Armando P (gb) wrote: TV Cartoon was way better. This is a 5 out of 10

Nathan H (au) wrote: When you think action, most people don't think Indonesia (or Wales for that matter), but a Welsh writer/director and an Indonesian cast have made one of the better action movies in recent memory. The taking of an entire apartment complex is an inspired choice, since it provides for a pretty high body count. It has a good balance of gun play and hand to hand combat, plus there were some fairly unique death scenes. Still the movie is not perfect. The action is slow to get started, the movie is fairly predictable, and some the martial arts "battles" can go on too long. Overall, though, fans of action movies who don't mind reading subtitles will find the movie very enjoyable.

Kevin M W (jp) wrote: There's a side of people, mostly hidden, that's as sick and twisted as anything you can ever imagine ... and then there's the other side, and that's mostly hidden too. This film explores both sides, and some grey areas in between, in a way that most works of fiction don't. One might be shocked, but most residents of this planet won't be. It's not what this film says that's shocking, it's that it's said at all. Great, adventurous filmmaking here. Very impressive.