Summary: Carrell makes this movie take-off. With Rudd and Rogan on his side, this has become my favorite Apatow movie. Funny and insane with a funny story and premise. Carrell is believable and hilarious. The waxing scene is actual footage of Carrell being waxed.
Excerpt: I have no clue how this thing has gotten so many 4's for video. No hyperbole intended, it might be the worst transfer I own. Not only is it heavily filtered to the point where detail is obliterated, everything has a thick ugly white halo.
Excerpt: Andy Stitzer (Steve Carell) is your typical dorky guy who rides a bicycle to work. He works at an electronics store, he collects things, he is always in good spirits, and overall he is a pretty average 40-year-old guy who has plenty of video games and a working knowledge of films and technology.
Summary: It's a great comedy. You can count on Steve Carrell to make you laugh the whole way through the movie. Even if you watch it a number of times this movie does not fail to make you laugh. If you want to have a good laugh then this is the movie for you.
Excerpt: I'm a huge Steve Carell fan and this was his first movie as the main actor. The movie itself is awesome but it doesn't look that great for a Blu-ray which is a little of a letdown for me since I LOVE that movie. Edge enhancement is over the top which makes everything look unnatural. AQ is just fine.
Summary: Andy Stitzer (Steve Carell) as the virgin loner who collects action figures, plays video games and watch TV. Had a good supporting cast and with a lot of humorous scenes. The premise was good and Carrell really shines in his role. The 40 Year-old Virgin is a comedy worth watching.