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Plot: When Alison Scott is promoted in E! Television, she goes to a night-club to celebrate with her older married sister Debbie. Alison meets the pothead reckless Ben Stone and while having a small talk with Ben, Debbie's husband Pete calls her to tell that their daughter has chicken pox. Debbie leaves… Runtime: 129 min Release Date: 01 Jun 2007
This was a very comical movie. I went into the viewing with mild expectations; after all, the previews were decent and Cal from 40-Year Old Virgin was to play a lead role. These expectations were far surpassed. The film did not loose steam at all as the plot progressed, and the audience was enthralled throughout in addition to being thoroughly entertained. The movie also had aspects that appealed to the more serious issue at hand. There were an abundance of one-liners and the film was very well written and produced. All in all, this is the best comedy after a comedic drought lasting from the <more>
summer of 2005 with the departure of Wedding Crashers and 40 Year Old Virgin from screens. This is a must see and a great relief to those that enjoy a good laugh and have been neglected for two years.
I was non-stop laughing the entire movie. I saw one of the first advanced screenings, so hopefully they don't take too many good scenes out. There were tons of established actors in the film, who each added their own special something to the film. It is a great piece of screen writing. If you are looking for a serious drama look elsewhere. But if you are looking for a great comedy similar to Happy Gilmore, Old School or 40 year old virgin, look no further. Sure the plot line may be a little bit of a stretch, but no more than any of the movies mentioned above, and those were all classics. <more>
I highly recommend the film. If you like comedies, you'll love it!
We saw a work print of this film in Hollywood and had a really good time. I've seen some reviews asking Why didn't she have an abortion, or why would she want to try to get to know the father if he's a slob, etc, but I believe they are missing the point.The point is that accidents happen and sometimes people try to do their best in an uncomfortable situation.So she's supernaturally hot? Are you saying hot women don't get pregnant accidentally? There the target audience for that type of activity if the truth were to be known.He's a slobby slacker? Well he's also <more>
funny and kind.Why does she want to keep the kid? It was never explained any further than it was her choice to do so.And it's not exactly if the relationship flowers and everything goes perfect. They don't even break up cute.If you liked the Forty Year Old Virgin you'll likely like this film.If you have a problem with the setup of this film then you are leading a life based solely on expectations given to you from all the other films you've seen in your life.
A simple story is made into a very entertaining comedy (by se7en187)
Ben Stone Seth Rogen meets Alison Scott Katherine Heigl at a bar, they get drunk and have a little fun afterward, then they part ways. That is, until a few weeks later, Alison discovers she's pregnant and Ben is the father. This simple story makes up the hilarious film Knocked Up. I really enjoyed this, it has a lot of great laughs and it also has a lot of heart spread throughout.Seth Rogen does an excellent job, I'm glad he's been given the chance to be the lead in such a big film. And Katherine Heigl is equally entertaining. The two of them are so great together, they're <more>
just so much fun to watch on screen. The supporting actors are also wonderful. Leslie Mann and Paul Rudd are perfect together. And I think Kristen Wiig steals the show with her small yet hysterical role as one of the workers at E!.When people go to see this they'll want to compare it with 40 Year Old Virgin. Though I'm not a big fan of comparing movies to other movies, I guess I'll have to go through with it. For me, 40 Year Old Virgin is a funnier movie, but Knocked Up is a better written film and it has more heart to it. Both films based their story on a simple premise a nerdy 40 year old hasn't had sex, a guy has a one night stand and gets the woman pregnant , but it seems like 40 Year Old Virgin used its idea to just get laughs. Knocked Up, on the other hand, uses its set up and continues the story throughout the film, developing its characters.So, Knocked Up is a very enjoyable film, it has some big laughs I particularly love the side story with the bearded roommate but its also very sweet at times. I'm sure people will love it. See the movie and you'll get more than just laughs.
Best Judd Apatow work since Freaks & Geeks (by kenyaspacey-1)
I saw this recently and left with a stomach ache from laughing so hard. I watched 40 Year Old Virgin again to make a fair assessment, and i found this to be funnier. Don't get me wrong, I love all of Judd Apatow's work, but this to me was the best thing since Freaks & Geeks. Apatow has a brilliant way of letting the audience get to know all of the characters anyone who has seen his stuff will know that it is a lot and usually the same people which gives you the feeling that you are a part of what's going on, and makes you interested. By now, I am sure everyone is familiar with <more>
the plot summary. Couple meets, hooks up and surprise she's pregnant. I find it amusing that some of the previous comments mention that it it such an unbelievable concept. Well of course it is, it's a movie!!! But come on, is it not entirely true that someone would hook up on a celebratory night out with someone they normally wouldn't? Of course they would! Thus, the meeting of Alison Ketherine Heigl and Ben Seth Rogen seems so genuine and awkward. The aftermath is the best part though. Since this is a movie, trying to make the best out of a bad situation is a given. The getting to know someone AFTER they have gotten you pregnant, meeting family and friends, realizing the many differences you have, etc. All of this is explored is very realistic fashion, especially the emotion and the trying to have sex while six months along!! Of course the whole thing can't be comedy. With so many other characters to help take the focus off the main two, there will be parts of the story that are more "serious". True is the case towards the end with Alison's sister Leslie Mann and her husband Paul Rudd having a falling out. This is a very nice, but what seems eternally long, scene about the importance of understanding in a relationship. Could that be the moral of our story Alison and Ben, understanding and acceptance? I think so. Naturally the only thing left is birth and the happily ever after. The hospital scene is definitely NOT for the squeamish. I really hope those parts are not cut from the movie, because they received some of the most reactions. I found this whole seen to be painfully realistic, more so than any other movie has dared to be. Finally, the happy ending is upon us and the closing credits are filled with family snapshots and even childhood photos of cast and crew, very cute. So to you the potential viewer I say that this is an exceptional comedy. It is definitely the funniest thing I have seen this year. I will definitely be seeing it again to see all the parts I missed while laughing. And I must say I was absolutely delighted to see both Martin Starr do NOT leave the theater during the scenes with his girlfriend and Loudon Wainwright. Put one more in the win column for Judd Apatow.
This movie is awesome for a mature audience. Katherine plays a newly promoted E! Reporter Alison Scott who after celebrating out with her sister meets and hook up with a random guy, Ben Stone Seth she met at a club. After a few weeks Alison realizes that she is pregnant and shares the wonderful news with Ben. Ben is portrayed as a total loser. An Unemployed,pot-head who watches movies with his friends for an internet website they are putting together. Together they decide to keep the baby and give the whole thing a try. Little do they both know what they are getting into. The movie remains <more>
constantly funny and you can sympathize with their horrible situation. Everyone is funny here even the the OBGYN. The movie successfully captures the comedy behind the situation and keeps you interested until the end. Only flaw? Portrayal of one-stands, making it seem it's not that bad and things eventually work out at the end...but all in all it's a great movie. Some language and scenes may not be appropriate for early teens to children.
Vulgar, Sure, But Certainly Not Stupid. (by RabidED990)
I've noticed a lot of the negative comments about this title tend to focus on this movie's vulgar, 'stupid' humor. Now let's get one thing straight. Knocked Up is vulgar, absolutely it is, but is is not stupid. Stupid humor is crap like "Mr. Woodcock" and "Good Luck Chuck," movies with no real craft to any of their jokes."Jessica Alba fell down!!! Ahahahahahaha!" "He yelled 'sex' really loud!!! Pssshhahahahahaaheheheheeee!" No. Die.Knocked Up, on the other hand, is actually pretty clever most of the time. And even the <more>
movie's vulgarity isn't done in an over-the-top, simply-for-gross-out way cite the fat bitch from Good Luck Chuck . It's what I guess you could call 'relevant vulgarity.' Anyway, the movie is extremely funny. Every joke is naturalistic, but not expected. The movie's characters are all convincing and multi-dimensional, and above all likable. Seth Rogan really does make the movie, though. He is hilarious, but he comes off more like a real nice, frank, down-to-Earth guy. Just the kind of guy you'd like to sit down and have a beer with. The kind of guy you'd more than like to get smashed with. The kind of guy you'd really like to have ill advised unprotected sex with. The kind of guy you'd love to raise a bastard child with. Needless to say, he's the reason the movie works.
From the title I expected an idiot-teen comedy, but it was quite a grown-up comedy. I envision teen boys liking the first 10 minutes a chubby slacker gets to nail a hot chick after meeting her in a bar , then fleeing when the movie gets into REAL "adult themes". Uh-oh. She's pregnant. Now what happens? This movie kept the audience laughing throughout. Most comedies tend to fall apart part-way through, but this one kept the laughs going. It constantly surprises and never settles for the clichéd joke.There's more sex and nudity in this movie than you usually see in comedies, <more>
but it just makes the comedy more real. It's real -- so it's real funny. We've all found ourselves in awkward, yet hilarious, sexual situations like this. Well, if you're lucky! All the actors are comedy experts -- many of them from Judd Apatow's other ventures: "Undeclared" and "Freaks and Geeks". Steve Carell, star of Judd's "40 Year Old Virgin" has a cameo. As does Ryan Seacrest who plays himself as a total asshole. Makes you wonder why he agreed to do this. Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader from SNL are great in their small roles.Seth Rogan at first glance seems an unlikely leading man. But as the movie goes on, you grow to like him more. We see what the girl comes to see in him: he's funny and supportive and has a loving heart.She's a 10 and he's a 5, so at first you don't think they could make it as a couple, but looks can be deceiving.Paul Rudd and Seth Rogan at Cirque d'Soleil in an altered state is a hilarious scene. That's how Cirque makes me feel when I see it anyway! Like a bad trip.
Greetings again from the darkness. "Freaks and Geeks" lives on through multiple tie-ins - not the least of which is writer/director and producer Judd Apatow best known for his smash hit "40 Year Old Virgin" . This is a sharp comedy and cutting insight thanks to a terrific script, excellent comedic timing from Seth Rogen and Apatow's feel for a scene.Rogen plays Ben Stone, a slacker who spends all his time smoking pot with his friends and conceptualizing an "informational" web site. One evening, while hanging with his buds in a club, he stumbles onto a <more>
ridiculously beautiful and ripe for the taking Katherine Heigl Izzie from Grey's Anatomy . One thing leads to another and the next thing we know Heigl's character, Alison, is knocked up.It would be easy to classify this as a slapstick comedy in the mode of "Wedding Crashers", but in fact, Apatow's script offers up some insightful commentary on marriage, family and relationships of all types. Apatow's real life wife, Leslie Mann, plays Heigl's sister who dreams of the perfect marriage, but is crushed when she discovers her husband's secret not what you think . Mann's "cheating" husband is played brilliantly by Paul Rudd ... who flashes a very nice DeNiro impersonation.The only weaknesses of the film are the shortage of scenes between Heigl and Rogen, and the fact that the film probably lasts 15 minutes too long. The whole Las Vegas sequence could have been cut. Still, this is not your typical comedy and please be prepared for some harsh and loud language and some very graphic visuals ... it is rated R for more than one reason! Apatow is creating his own look and feel and shows flashes of brilliant comedy writing. He could challenge the Cohen Brothers in the near future for the throne of off-beat comedy. Don't miss the fine songs from Loudon Wainwright III - especially the one playing over the closing credits.