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The 41-Year-Old Virgin Who Knocked Up Sarah Marshall and Felt Superbad About It -- It's time to get down and dirty! Your favorite characters from some of the funniest films of all time "come together" in this outrageous spoof of Judd Apatow's smash-hit comedies. Andy needs to hook up with a hottie, pronto, because he hasn't had sex in...well, ever--and his luck isn't the only thing that's hard! His equally horny teenage roommates also need it superbad, and with the help of their nerdy pal, McAnalovin and his fake I.D., they may tap more than just a keg. You'll score laugh-out-loud insanity with this hilariously raunchy comedy!
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  (in credits order)

Bryan Callen ... Andy

Jessica Lee ... Hot Girl (as Jessie Lee)
J. Chris Newberg ... Musician

Steven Sims ... Jonah
Steven Nicholas ... Michael

Austin Michael Scott ... McAnalovin'

Stephen Kramer Glickman ... Seth

Frank Maharajh ... Sanjay

Melissa Villasenor ... Sara

Puma Swede ... Sexy Woman

J.R. Starr ... Blaqguy (85)
Duane R. Shepard Sr. ... Blaqguy (60) (as Duane Shepard Sr.)

Noureen DeWulf ... Kim

Matt Crabtree ... Werizon Man
Tony Haney ... Store Clerk Bastard
Norma Michaels ... Old Woman

Lindsay Ames ... Blind Female Clerk
Sherry Shaoling ... Wax Lady

Chris Spencer ... Officer Beat

Randall Park ... Officer Yo' Ass

Neil Lewis ... Blaqguy (30 / 40)

Debbie Campbell ... Kate

Gwen Van Dam ... 80 Year Old Woman
Cassie Fliegel ... Amazonian Speed Dater

Aldo Gonzalez ... Muscular Hispanic

Eric Callero ... Edward

Heidi Kramer ... Haley Twin
Alissa Kramer ... Melissa Twin
Nik Sharma ... Bartender

Mircea Monroe ... Sarah

Marque Richardson ... Blaqguy (20 / 16) (as Marque Richardson II)

Bill Caco ... Hansen

Mikal Kartvedt ... Cop
Shamari Berkley ... Blaqguy (12)

Eric Tiede ... Aldous

Diana Terranova ... Stripper

Todd Sherry ... Front Desk Attendant
Dan Sanders ... Dr. Bill

John McKarthy ... John McKarthy (as John McCarthy)

Mark Berry ... Hooded Man

Joe Gnoffo ... Joda (as Joey Gnoffo)
Jack Freshkin ... Restaurant Owner

Michael Miranda ... Dr. Romany

Terrell Ransom Jr. ... Blaqguy (6)

Brooks McBeth ... Newscaster

Ric Young ... North Korean Dictator

David Ury ... Yes Man
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Tony Alameda ... Sidewalk Orange Vendor (uncredited)

Meggan Anderson ... Hooker (uncredited)
John Butterfield ... Customer #3 (uncredited)
John Cramer ... Quiet Farter (uncredited)
Alicia Doten ... Dos Equis Girl #2 (uncredited)
John Grant ... Jornald (uncredited)
Kylan James ... Philip (uncredited)
Ashley Martin ... Bar Patron (uncredited)
'Big' John McCarthy ... Himself (uncredited)
Frank Merritt ... The Old Man (uncredited)

Makenzie Moss ... Elle (uncredited)

Olivia Moss ... Liv (uncredited)

Michael Placencia ... Hispanic Thug Paco (uncredited)

Gary Sievers ... Fidel Castro (uncredited)

Tatiana Turan ... Angelina Jolie (uncredited)

Robson Vieira ... Bar Patron (uncredited)

Directed by
Craig Moss 
Writing credits
Craig Moss (written by) &
Brad Kaaya (written by)

Produced by
Jim Busfield .... co-producer
Ben Feingold .... executive producer
Stephen Kramer Glickman .... associate producer
Brad Kaaya .... executive producer
Todd King .... executive producer
Craig Moss .... co-producer
Ash R. Shah .... producer
Sundip R. Shah .... executive producer
Original Music by
Todd Haberman 
Cinematography by
Andrew Strahorn (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Michel Aller 
Casting by
Sunday Boling 
Meg Morman 
Production Design by
Russell M. Jaeger 
Set Decoration by
Melanie Rein 
Costume Design by
Ariyela Wald-Cohain 
Makeup Department
Mandy Danielle Benton .... assistant makeup artist (as Mandy Benton)
Gail Brubaker .... assistant makeup artist
Lisa Buono .... assistant makeup artist (as Lisa Buono)
Desiree Dizard .... assistant hair stylist
Tina Fabulic .... key hair stylist
Tracy Manzo .... key makeup artist
Vivian Maxwell .... department head hair
Vivian Maxwell .... department head makeup
Ai Nakata .... assistant hair stylist
Production Management
Amy Jarvela .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Matt Henderson .... first assistant director (as Matthew Henderson)
Jason Rodgers .... second assistant director
Bryan Stanis .... second second assistant director
Jason Rodgers .... first assistant director: second unit (uncredited)
Art Department
Scott Bryan .... set construction
Jonathan Buchanan .... property master
John Calderon .... assistant property master
Kent Daniels .... leadman
Jon De Pabon .... painter (as Jon DePabon)
Paul Kadal .... painter
Mackenzie King .... art department assistant
Sara Krueger .... art department coordinator
Martin McCoy .... leadman
Kris Prince .... set dresser (as Kristopher Prince)
Joachim Seisay .... storyboard artist
J. Zachary Smith .... on-set dresser (as Zach Smith)
Harpal Sodhi .... graphic artist (uncredited)
Sound Department
Matthew C. Beville .... adr mixer (as Matt Beville)
Ian Blackman .... sound effects editor
Monroe Cummings .... additional sound mixer
Brendan Ethridge .... sound utility
Scott A. Jennings .... sound effects editor
Joshua Aaron Johnson .... adr editor (as Josh Johnson)
Joshua Aaron Johnson .... dialogue editor (as Josh Johnson)
Eric Lalicata .... sound re-recording mixer
Eric Lalicata .... supervising sound editor
Matthew Nicolay .... production sound mixer (as Matt Nicolay)
John Sanacore .... foley mixer
Dan Snow .... sound supervisor
Alex Ullrich .... foley artist
Stacey A. Washer .... boom operator (as Stacey Washer)
Visual Effects by
Ja Young Byun .... visual effects artist
Christian Cardona .... visual effects supervisor
Buddy Gheen .... lead digital compositor
Man Hong Han .... digital artist
Kyung Ho Jo .... digital artist
Jooil Jun .... visual effects artist
Hyun Wook Kim .... digital artist
Yeon Soo Kim .... digital artist
Sang Woo Lee .... digital artist
Seung Yong Lee .... visual effects supervisor
Youngki Lee .... visual effects producer
Bong Kyu Lim .... digital artist
Choon Shik Lim .... digital artist
Tim Montijo .... digital effects artist: ElectroAge
Sung Oh Moon .... digital artist
Tae Dong Park .... digital artist
Jae Soon Ryu .... digital artist
Hyun Seung Yu .... digital artist
Junshik-Raul Yun .... visual effects line producer: Wonderworld Studios
Jeremy Fry .... stunt player
Todd Hoffman .... stunt player
Karin Justman .... stunt player
Mikal Kartvedt .... stunt coordinator
Lauren Mary Kim .... stunt player
Olivia Summers .... stunt player
Camera and Electrical Department
Oliver Alling .... electrician
Larry Brecht Jr. .... electrician
Graham Bremner .... best boy electric
Halsey D. Corbin .... electrician (as Halsey Corbin)
Cooper Donaldson .... chief lighting technician
Mike Foodman .... electrician (as Michael Foodman)
Sarah Galley .... camera intern
Rob Givens .... director of photography: second unit
Michael Guthrie .... grip
Sing Howyam .... camera intern
Alex Jenkins .... grip
Jack Johnson .... camera intern
Alex Konowitz .... grip (as Alexander Konowitz)
Justin Lostutter .... best boy grip
Matt McKee .... grip
Rich Pereksta .... additional first assistant camera: "a" camera
Rich Pereksta .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Craig Riley Jr. .... grip
Craig Steven Riley .... key grip (as Craig Riley)
James Rydings .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Elliott Schackne .... additional first assistant camera: "b" camera (as Elliot Schakne)
Ian Sherrington .... second assistant camera
Cliff Sperry .... grip (as Clifford Sperry)
Aaron Stind .... grip
Drew Suppa .... digital imaging technician: red camera
Leroy Matthew Venezuela .... grip
Vernon Wynn .... grip
Casting Department
Ashley Kelly .... extras casting assistant
Sarah Domeier .... casting assistant (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Heather Hershman .... additional set costumer
Hylee N. Phillips .... costumer (as Hylee Phillips)
Sandra Poland .... costume supervisor (as Sandra Polland)
Editorial Department
Matt Blackshear .... finishing editor: LightIron Digital (as Matthew Blackshear)
Michael Cioni .... post production consultant
Peter Cioni .... digital intermediate administrator: LightIron Digital
Craig Dewey .... assistant editor
Katie Fellion .... digital intermediate producer: LightIron Digital
Paul Geffre .... digital intermediate supervisor: LightIron Digital
Mark T. Osborne .... digital intermediate colorist: LightIron Digital (as Mark Todd Osborne)
Chris Peariso .... chief engineer: LightIron Digital
Oscar Velasquez .... digital intermediate administrator: LightIron Digital
Narbeh Tatoussian .... digital preview colorist (uncredited)
Music Department
Peter Adams .... composer: additional music
Matthew Saba .... assistant to composer
Cory Milano .... music editor (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Mitchell Bergman .... transportation coordinator
Charles Gatson .... driver
Jon Gearhart .... driver
Steve Hudis .... driver
Chad Lovoy .... driver
Ron Sands .... driver
Other crew
Soni Benson .... production assistant
Barry L. Caldwell .... script supervisor (as Barry Caldwell)
Marty Carlin .... studio teacher
Daniel Chuba .... executive producer: main title (as Dan Chuba)
André Devantier .... caterer: Hollywood Catering
David Devine .... production assistant
Mark A.Z. Dippé .... executive producer: main title (as Mark Dippé)
Chris Dupre .... choreographer (as Christopher Payne Dupre)
Melissa Emrico .... assistant choreographer
Mario Escobar .... craft service
Tony Garcia .... chef
Lauren Gesswein .... assistant production coordinator
Lauren Gesswein .... office production assistant
Victor Gomez .... catering assistant
Charles Heaphy .... production financing: City National Bank
Brad Hill .... location manager
Gary A. Hirsch .... legal counsel
Annie Jacobsen .... catering assistant
Dominique Kelley .... assistant choreographer
Joshua Kopple .... epk
Rafael Landin .... catering assistant
Ramiro Larios .... craft service
Jung Lim Lee .... production support: main title
Kak Lee .... epk
Yun Jung Lee .... production management: main title
Jason Mandel .... office production assistant
Jason Mandel .... production secretary
Joshua Mandel .... office production assistant
Monique D. McCarthy .... production assistant (as Monique McCarthy)
Douglas W. McHenry .... production accountant (as Douglas McHenry)
C.M. Meeiers .... insurance (as C.M. Meiers)
Chris Osman .... office production assistant
Tracy Park .... production supervisor: main title
Michyl-Shannon Quilty .... production coordinator
Walter Ralda .... catering assistant
Schuyler Ransohoff .... office production assistant
Baxter Shah .... office security
Julia Tasker .... additional script supervisor
Johnna Todesco .... office production assistant
Manu Toigo .... production assistant
Diana Van Leeuwen .... production assistant
Sean Whittaker .... set medic
Matt Wiborg .... office production assistant
Cristina Acocella .... additional script supervisor (uncredited)
Galen Gilbert .... production secretary (uncredited)
Mariah Breitel Hembree .... post script services (uncredited)
Richelle Taylor .... additional script supervisor (uncredited)
Andy Bates .... special thanks
Moe Brody .... special thanks
Lonnie Coughlin .... special thanks
Marc J. Federman .... special thanks
Donna Gatewood .... special thanks
Paul Geffre .... special thanks
Caiti Goossen .... special thanks
Rahim Kazi .... special thanks
Evan King .... special thanks
Carolyn Kramer .... special thanks
Richard Kramer .... special thanks
Mel Mathis .... special thanks
Chris Rogers .... special thanks

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Also Known As:
"41-Year-Old Virgin Who Knocked-Up Sarah Marshall and Felt Superbad About It" - USA (alternative title)
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Rated R for pervasive strong crude sexual content, nudity, language and drug use
82 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Argentina:13 | Australia:MA (2010) | Canada:18A (Ontario) | Germany:18 | Netherlands:16 | Singapore:R21 | Spain:16 | Sweden:11 (DVD rating) | UK:15 | USA:Unrated | USA:R (certificate #45731)

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Austin Michael Scott also portrayed a spoof of McLovin' in Disaster Movie (2008).See more »
Factual errors: When Kim gets the call about her promotion, her iPhone is still locked as you can see the scroll bar when it's locked.See more »
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11 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
Crude, Distasteful, Even Disgusting - And Yet ..., 25 January 2012
Author: sddavis63 ( from Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada

Oh my. What a terrible movie. The word "bad" doesn't sum it up. "Awful" doesn't do it justice. "Horrible" would be far too generous. It's honestly beyond any of those words. It's crude, it's distasteful and on many occasions it's even disgusting. There's no story to it. It's an incoherent mess that makes no sense at all. There may be a possibility that this is one of those things that could drive you insane if you try to think too hard about it and make some sort of sense of it. You know the sorts of things I mean: "How big is the universe?" "How did time actually start?" And now - "What in the world is 'The 41-year-old Virgin Who Knocked Up Sarah Marshall And Felt Super Bad About It' actually about?" Really - it's about nothing. And I don't mean that in a Seinfeld "isn't that a clever show?" way, but in a "this is lame-brained and totally meaningless" kind of way. Truly - there's more logic to most "Three Stooges" stuff than there is to this! Is it just a bad spoof? And if it is - what's it a bad spoof of? I really can't figure out what's being badly spoofed. This is the sort of movie you'd be embarrassed about if too many people found out you had watched it. I mean the humour is - well - it's juvenile toilet humour at best. People vomit and fart and defecate and have orgasms. Oh my.

And then - as absolutely meaningless and worthless and ludicrous as it is - it made me laugh on a few occasions. Oh it's lame - but some of it is actually funny, and - humiliated though I may be about it - I had no trouble watching it for its entire 1:22 run time. It even includes some spoofs of folks like the Verizon ("Can you hear me now?") guy, Dr. Phil and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Il. I mean, you have to give credit to anyone who can throw parodies of all three into the same truly bad movie.

I'm kind of embarrassed to say this, but - 4/10.

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