Written December 22, 2012
Great job directing and acting in this movie. Laughed from the start to end of the movie. My wife and daughter also enjoyed this movie as much as I did. By the reactions around us in the theater this movie is a hit.
Written August 21, 2014
This wasnt quite the same as Knocked up. I mean, it wasnt as graphic as knocked up. BUt it still delivered in my opinion. I honestly, thought it could have been a little funnier. But it was good. Funniest part of the film was when Paul Rudd had his legs up taking a pic. The movie did seem a little choppy. But overall, i still thought it was a good film. Dont take the kids. Definately not for them.
Written December 27, 2012
AS THE PARENT OF TWO DAUGHTERS, WHO ARE NOW GROWN WITH CHILDREN OF THEIR OWN ON THE WAY, I FOUND THIS MOVIE TO BE PERFECT. THE WRITING WAS SPOT ON. IT WAS A BIT LONG, BUT I WILL GO AGAIN. ALSO, IT WAS CERTAINLY NOT FOR CHILDREN, AT LEAST UNDER 14. BOTTOM LINE I HAVEN'T LAUGHED THAT HARD AT A MOVIE IN YEARS.
Written December 24, 2012
This movie lacks any artistic value. It didn't do anything but make me almost walk out. I will not refer this movie to anyone. Lacks decency and heart about anything that happens at 40. Looked to be a typical stereotypical dysfunctional family in California that lacks direction and proper upbringing. The cursing is absolutely out of bounds, this is not the military, but you would have thought that everyone had been there!!!
Written January 04, 2013
Some films are not worthy of the mental gymnastics to critique, or discuss; cutting to the chase, this is a prime example of directorship/writing (Judd Apatow) gone rogue!
I remember 40; it’s been awhile but having limber retentive skills I can reminisce about the “times of yesteryear”; when marriage, children, merited respect, civility and a modicum of maturity, or at least the pretence of adulthood...
In this horrific scenario “Debbie” (Leslie Mann) and “Pete” (Paul Rudd) are children from Hades, cloaked in grown- up facades; their marriage is a sham; existing on primal instincts. Their daughters, “Sadie” (Maude Apatow) and “Charlotte” (Iris Aptow) listen to their foul-mouthed fights and naturally mimic the cacophony of vituperative verbalization...
If “This is 40”, it’s terrifying!
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