The sex is unsafe, the drug use is rambunctious, and the lewd jokes are delivered with cheer. Yet what happens to his life-size characters could happen to us -- if not, perhaps, adult virginity, then at least holding out for real love. Certain family values remain magically sacrosanct.
The flick has been playing to enthusiastic preview audiences for months and now seems poised to do for star Seth Rogen what "Virgin" did for Carell i. Watch Seth Rogen and Judd Apatow talk about what it's like shooting sex scenes and more, right here. Judd Apatow : Seth was pitching me some science-fiction that he thought he could star in or write.
Sign in. Apart from horror movies, comedies with sex- and erotic-related material do belong to the films that are released as unrated versions after they were shown in cinemas. Knocked Up was also released that way.
So how can the DVD offer "over 3 hours of new outrageous bonus features"? With a batch of deleted and "extended" scenes, a video diary from the director and featurettes on such subjects as the roller-coaster ride see actors puke! Among the extras are two fakeumentaries.
A TV entertainment journalist Katherine Heigl whose professional life seems to just have taken a turn for the best when she is promoted, discovers that she is pregnant after getting drunk and having sex with a man Seth Rogen she had just met. She decides to keep the baby, but she isn't so sure about sharing her life with the father, who is far less ambitious than she is. Directed by Judd Apatow.
His previous film as writer-director, The 40 Year-Old Virginwas supposed to be about how a nice fellow who'd never managed to have sex triumphs over the prodding and baiting of his jerky friends including Rogen and Rudd and finds a compatible mate. But The Girl Catherine Keener was hardly a character at all; her only function was to unleash a hearty laugh whenever Carell passed a joke. Alison, granted, is more prominent and complicated here.
Idiot-boy Ben Stone Seth Rogen knocks up gorgeous Alison Scott Katherine Heigl on a drunken first date and forges a truce with his lifelong enemy: maturity. Talk about buzz kill. His jokes double back after the first laugh and hit you where it hurts.