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This Is 40 -- A look at the lives of Pete (Paul Rudd) and Debbie (Leslie Mann) a few years after the events of Knocked Up.

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Judd Apatow (written by)
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Release Date:
21 December 2012 (USA) See more »
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The Sort-of Sequel to 'Knocked Up'
Plot:
Pete and Debbie are both about to turn 40, their kids hate each other, both of their businesses are failing, they're on the verge of losing their house, and their relationship is threatening to fall apart. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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2 wins & 10 nominations See more »
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User Reviews:
No plot--but very funny consistently: "humor porn" See more (235 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Paul Rudd ... Pete

Leslie Mann ... Debbie

Maude Apatow ... Sadie

Iris Apatow ... Charlotte

Jason Segel ... Jason

Annie Mumolo ... Barb

Robert Smigel ... Barry

Megan Fox ... Desi

Charlyne Yi ... Jodi
Hugh Fink ... Male Boutique Customer

Graham Parker ... Himself
Tom Freund ... Graham Parker Solo Band

D.A. Sandoval ... Older Pregnant Parent

Megan Grano ... School Playdate Parent

Mackenzie Aladjem ... School Playmate Child

Tom Yi ... Charlotte's Teacher
Molly Shad ... Grandma Molly

Michael Ian Black ... Accountant

Chris O'Dowd ... Ronnie

Lena Dunham ... Cat
David Wild ... Jewish Journal Reporter

Barbara Carrillo ... Mammogram Technician (as Barb Hernandez)

Tom Everett ... Pete's Doctor

Tim Bagley ... Dr. Pellagrino

Damon Gupton ... Colonoscopy Technician

Dan Bakkedahl ... Dentist

Rebekka Johnson ... Gyno Nurse
Erica Vittina Phillips ... Gyno Nurse

Albert Brooks ... Larry
Jack Patrick Metcalf ... Triplet (as Jack Metcalf)
Travis Scott Metcalf ... Triplet (as Travis Metcalf)
Bradley James Metcalf ... Triplet (as Bradley Metcalf)

Lisa Darr ... Claire

John Lithgow ... Oliver

Johnny Pemberton ... Room Service Waiter

Derek Basco ... Room Service Waiter
Sam Dissanayake ... Eastern Doctor

Tatum O'Neal ... Realtor

Ava Sambora ... Wendy
Nyla Durdin ... Sadie's Set-Painting Friend

Ryan Lee ... Joseph

Wyatt Russell ... Flirty Hockey Player

Phil Burke ... Hockey Player
R. Matt Carle ... Himself
Ian Laperrière ... Himself
James F. Van Riemsdyk ... Himself
Scott Wesley Hartnell ... Himself
Steve Goulding ... The Rumour Band
Andrew Bodnar ... The Rumour Band
Martin Belmont ... The Rumour Band
Bob Andrews ... The Rumour Band
Brinsley Schwarz ... The Rumour Band

Billie Joe Armstrong ... Himself

Melissa McCarthy ... Catherine

Joanne Baron ... Vice Principal Laviati

Spencer Daniels ... Obnoxious Teenager in SUV

Charlotte Townsend ... Obnoxious Teenager in SUV

Phil Hendrie ... Man in Range Rover

Nicol Paone ... ER Nurse

Ryan Adams ... Himself

Christopher Stills ... Ryan Adams Band
Ian McLagan ... Ryan Adams Band
Marshall Vore ... Ryan Adams Band
Cindy Cashdollar ... Ryan Adams Band
Gus Seyffert ... Ryan Adams Band
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Christina Cannarella ... Immunization Nurse
Sonny Benudiz ... Club Guest (uncredited)

Craig Cole ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)

Tiffany Connor ... Patient (uncredited)
Dave Cowen ... BBQ Party Guest (uncredited)

Hayley A. Danner ... Waitress (uncredited)

Sandra Daubert ... BBQ Party Guest (uncredited)

Lynne Alana Delaney ... Disturbed Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Michael Didriksson ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Gerald Emerick ... Birthday Party Guest (uncredited)

Chad Everhart ... Club Patron (uncredited)

David Paul Francis ... Parent #2 (uncredited)

Blake Garrett Rosenthal ... Thomas (uncredited)
Enzo Gentile ... BBQ Guest #4 (uncredited)
Christeon Gordon ... Bbq Guest #5 (uncredited)

Paul Gorvin ... Roadie (uncredited)

Bill Hader ... Desi's Store Pickup (uncredited)
Elly Kaye ... Marissa (uncredited)

Katia Kieling ... BBQ Guest (uncredited)

Tara Kredel ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Jessica Lee ... Party Guest #1 (uncredited)

Pedro Lopez ... Attendant (uncredited)
Chanelle Lyn ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Taylor Matijevich ... Bar Patron (uncredited)

Robert McMurrer ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Suzy Nakamura ... (uncredited)

Katherine M. O'Neill ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Kristin Quick ... Crazy Fangirl (uncredited)

Deborah Rombaut ... Concert Goer (uncredited)

Sapphire ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Tatiana Sarasty ... Server (uncredited)

Andrew Schlessinger ... Neighbor with Dog (uncredited)

Michael James Spall ... Boutique Customer (uncredited)

Noni Tulk-Perna ... BBQ Guest #1 (uncredited)

Andrew Wayne ... Orderly (uncredited)

Mark Anthony Williams ... Red Room Bartender (uncredited)

Rachel Zake ... Concert Goer (uncredited)

Cordelia Zawarski ... Pregnant Parent's Daughter (uncredited)

Directed by
Judd Apatow 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Judd Apatow (written by)

Judd Apatow (based on characters created by)

Produced by
Judd Apatow .... producer
Lisa Goldberg .... co-producer (as Lisa Yadavaia)
Barry Mendel .... producer
Paula Pell .... co-producer
Clayton Townsend .... producer
 
Original Music by
Jon Brion 
 
Cinematography by
Phedon Papamichael (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
David L. Bertman 
Jay Deuby 
Brent White 
 
Casting by
Allison Jones 
 
Production Design by
Jefferson Sage 
 
Art Direction by
Andrew Max Cahn 
 
Set Decoration by
Leslie A. Pope 
 
Costume Design by
Leesa Evans 
 
Makeup Department
Donna J. Anderson .... hair stylist
Gary Archer .... dental technician
Linda Arnold .... department head hairstylist
Kimberly Greene .... makeup department head
Joann Kozloff .... makeup artist
Amy Lederman .... makeup artist
Valli O'Reilly .... personal makeup artist to Leslie Mann
Beth O'Rourke .... makeup artist
Rod Ortega .... hairstylist to Leslie Mann
Richard Redlefsen .... prosthetic makeup artist
Viola Rock .... makeup artist
Clinton Wayne .... key prosthetic makeup
Erin Wooldridge .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Barrett J. Leigh .... production supervisor
Lisa Rodgers .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Susan M. Elmore .... first assistant director: second unit (as Susan Elmore)
Paula Janos .... second assistant director: second unit
Joel Kramer .... second unit director
Matt Rebenkoff .... first assistant director
Paul Schneider .... key second assistant director
Kathryn Francis Tucker .... second second assistant director
 
Art Department
Renee Lee Alito .... buyer
Russell R. Anderson .... leadman
Antonio Andraus .... set dresser
Matthew Kern Atzenhoffer .... set dresser (as Matthew Atzenhoffer)
Anael Bonsorte .... set dresser
Amanda Bromberg .... set decorating coordinator
Jack Cornelius .... set dresser
Brad Curry .... drapemaster
Dave DeGaetano .... construction coordinator
James Doh .... storyboard artist
J. Michael Glynn .... assistant property master
Steven Hanks .... greensman
Bill 'Kauhane' Hoyt .... stand-by painter
Scott Huke .... set dresser
Ari Jacobs .... art department coordinator
Helen Kozora .... set decoration buyer
David Ladish .... set dresser
Sean Mannion .... property master
Joseph Musso .... production illustrator
Joe Pfaltzgraf .... set dresser
Erik Polczwartek .... set dresser
Erin E. Riegel .... art department assistant
Bradley Rubin .... assistant art director
John Snow .... paint supervisor
Meg Hyatt Snow .... paint foreman
Holly Sudduth .... set dresser
James E. Tocci .... set designer
Stella Vaccaro .... set designer
Michael Vojvoda .... set dresser
Jeffry C. Voorhees .... assistant property master
Mark Whitehead .... props researcher
Marcel Worch .... propmaker gang boss
 
Sound Department
George H. Anderson .... supervising sound editor (as George Anderson)
Anne Couk .... assistant adr editor
Jenna Dalla Riva .... foley recordist
Paul Drenning .... adr mixer
Tammy Fearing .... dialogue and adr supervisor
Marc Fishman .... sound re-recording mixer
Sandra Fox .... foley assistant
Tim Hoagland .... re-recording mix technician
Zack Howard .... additional sound re-recording mixer
Zack Howard .... sound mix technician
James Hyde .... adr recordist
Scott Jacobs .... boom operator
Adam Jenkins .... sound re-recording mixer
Larry Kemp .... dialogue editor
Goro Koyama .... foley artist
Nick Kray .... adr mixer
Chet Leonard .... playback operator
Andy Malcolm .... foley artist
Cindy Marty .... sound effects editor
James Matheny .... dialogue editor
Ken McLaughlin .... production sound mixer
Philip Rogers .... adr recordist
Joe Schiff .... adr editor
Greg Steele .... adr mixer
Cherie Tamai .... first assistant sound editor
Don White .... foley recording mixer
Greg Zimmerman .... adr recordist
Mark Sheffield .... sound re-recording mixer (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Robert Cole .... special effects foreman
Robert Cole .... special effects technician
Donald Frazee .... special effects coordinator
 
Visual Effects by
Michael Bogen .... compositor: Level 256
Joshua Bolin .... compositor: Level 256
Eric Bonilla .... pipeline technical director: Rhythm & Hues
Chris Chappell .... compositor
Myong Choi .... compositor: Level 256
Shaun Comly .... lighter: Rhythm & Hues
Scott M. Davids .... visual effects supervisor
Michael Frevert .... bg prep artist: Rhythm & Hues
Michael Frevert .... visual effects artist
Yukiko Ishiwata .... flame artist: Rhythm & Hues
Marvin Jones .... bg prep artist: Rhythm & Hues
Martin Kanshige .... matte painter: Level 256
Seth Kleinberg .... visual effects producer
Giancarlo Lari .... computer graphics supervisor: Level 256
Choon Ming Lau .... lead matchmove technical director: Rhythm & Hues
Choon Ming Lau .... matchmover: Rhythm & Hues
Adam Lima .... compositor: Level 256
Adam Lima .... digital effects artist
Karey Maltzahn .... visual effects producer: rhythm & hues
Dennis Murillo .... visual effects coordinator: Level 256
Siew Chee Ng .... matchmover: Rhythm & Hues
Edwin Rivera .... visual effects supervisor: Rhythm & Hues
Will Telford .... digital effects supervisor: Rhythm & Hues (as William Telford Jr.)
Mimi Thian .... matchmover: Rhythm & Hues
 
Stunts
Joe Bucaro III .... stunt double: jason segel
Joe Bucaro III .... stunts (as Joe Bucaro)
Jack Carpenter .... stunt driver
Wally Crowder .... stunt driver
Tom Elliott .... stunt driver
Debbie Evans .... stunt driver
Colin Follenweider .... stunt double: Paul Rudd
Riley Harper .... stunts
Steve Hart .... stunt driver
Norman Howell .... stunt driver
Joel Kramer .... stunt coordinator
Joel Michael Kramer .... stunt driver
Paul M. Lane .... stunt driver
Scott Leva .... stunt double: Robert Smigel
Ed McDermott II .... precision driving
Jody Millard .... stunt double: Phil Hendrie
Stephen W. Schriver .... stunts (as Steve Schriver)
Nick Stanner .... stunts
Tierre Turner .... stunt driver
Mark Aaron Wagner .... stunt double: Paul Rudd
Dick Ziker .... stunt driver
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Hans Bjerno .... aerial director of photography
Sarah Brandes .... digital imaging technician
Jon Callesen .... rigging electrician
Steven D. Castaneda .... electrician
Alejandro J. Castillo .... lighting technician
Jason Cox .... set videographer
Michael Duarte .... dolly grip
Jake Funk .... grip
Todd Geritz .... grip
Daniel Alexis Gonzalez .... lighting technician (as Danny Gonzalez)
Peter Graf .... aerial camera system tech eclipse
Scott Graves .... rigging gaffer
Jerry Gregoricka .... rigging electrician
Suzanne Hanover .... still photographer
Robert Heine .... assistant camera
Walrus J.U.I.C.E. Howard .... assistant camera
Jay M. Huntoon .... digital video assist
John R. Leonetti .... director of photography: second unit (as John Leonetti)
Trevor Loomis .... camera assistant: "A" camera
Greg Lopez .... Rigging Best Boy Electric
David Luckenbach .... camera operator
David Luckenbach .... steadicam operator
Michael Lyon .... rigging electric
Chris Milani .... electrician
John D. Miller .... best boy grip
Martin Moody .... second assistant camera
Luis Moreno .... lighting technician
Francine Natale .... set lighting technician
Michael Orr .... grip
Goran Pavicevic .... director of photography: second unit
J. Michael Popovich .... key grip
Jeff Porter .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Stephen Regnier .... data manager: Company 3
Aaron Richards .... set lighting rigging
Sean Roberts .... electrician
Joel A. Ruiz .... rigging electric
Aaron Schulte .... rigging electric
Tari Segal .... camera operator: "b" camera
Steven Serna .... grip
Scott Sprague .... best boy electric
Robert Sterry .... additional video assist
Rafael E. Sánchez .... gaffer
Jason Talbert .... dolly grip
Joshua D. Thatcher .... lighting console programmer
Mike Thomas .... underwater camera operator
Mike Thomas .... underwater director of photography
Mike Visencio .... set lighting fixtures foreman
Chris Weigand .... lighting technician
Satoshi Yamazaki .... grip
 
Casting Department
Ben Harris .... casting associate
Rashé Johnson .... extras casting
Peter Kousakis .... casting assistant
Terry L. Lamfers .... casting executive
Wendy Washbrook .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Annalisa Adams .... costumer
Nancy Au .... costume supervisor
Carrie Bauer .... set costumer
Nicola Clegg .... key costumer
Joshua Coleman .... costumer
Michael Crow .... costumer
Yen Do .... additional set costumer
Jessica Fasman .... costume supervisor
Kayti Haugh .... assistant costume designer
Taylor Kannett .... wardrobe assistant
Lizette Kilmer .... key costumer
Unchin Lee .... costumer
Michelle Liu .... set costumer
Laura Neeff .... costumer
Behnaz Shokouhi .... set costumer
Alana Stone .... set costumer
Jennifer Wolf .... set costumer
 
Editorial Department
Mellissa Bretherton .... additional editor
Adrian DeLude .... colorist: dailies
Kimberly Huston .... apprentice editor
Annie Johnson .... digital intermediate producer
David Levinson .... post-production assistant
Rudy Lopez .... digital intermediate editor
Kristine McPherson .... second assistant editor
Collin Pittier .... apprentice editor
Josh Salzberg .... assistant editor
Stefan Sonnenfeld .... digital film colorist
Paul Zucker .... additional editor
Jim Passon .... color timer (uncredited)
Ian Sullivan .... digital intermediate accountant (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Eric Cadieux .... score engineer
Celeste Chada .... score coordinator
Bobby Collins .... music licensing
Chris Eldridge .... musician
Jonathan Karp .... music editor
Jonathan Karp .... music supervisor
Suzie Katayama .... musician
Greg Koller .... score engineer
Greg Koller .... score mixer
Noam Pikelny .... musician
Chris Thile .... musician
Gina Zimmitti .... music contractor
 
Transportation Department
Karen Bathalter .... dot administrator
Denny Caira .... transportation coordinator
Kaiser Clark .... driver
Wallace Frick .... transportation captain
Jim Oge Jr. .... driver
Mike Painter .... transportation captain
Laurence John Reynolds .... transportation
 
Other crew
Erik Altstadt .... set production assistant
Timothy Attewell .... production assistant (as Tim Attewell)
Ryan Babbs .... stand-in
Sean Becker .... accounting clerk
Julie Bernards .... payroll accountant
Kelly Berthold .... production staff
Jessica Bowser .... script coordinator
Ryan Brunner .... set production assistant
Ericka Bryce .... supervising set medic
Marc Carusiello .... production assistant
Christopher Ciketic .... first assistant accountant
Jennifer Clark .... production accountant
Valeria Migliassi Collins .... script supervisor
Joann Connolly .... set production assistant
Angel Cook .... set production assistant
Jacob Depp .... production assistant
Jessica Derhammer .... assistant: Clayton Townsend
Missy Eustermann .... post production accountant
Molly Ferguson .... production assistant
Ray Gordon II .... set production assistant: second unit
Evan Green .... stand-in
Hodge Grigsby .... location assistant
Justin Harrold .... key assistant location manager
Lindsey Hennig .... second assistant accountant
Jean Hodges .... food stylist
David Jennings .... set production assistant
David Jennis .... set production assistant
Simeon Jones .... additional production assistant
Albertina Kelley .... second assistant accountant
Daniel Kepler .... main titles: production coordinator
Yarden Levo .... set production assistant
Jun C. Lin .... key assistant location manager
Diana P. Mejia .... second assistant accountant
David Midgen .... titles producer
Blake Nabavi .... production secretary
Jeffrey Neumeier .... wardrobe estimator
Frédéric North .... aerial coordinator
Frédéric North .... helicopter pilot (as Fred North)
Brigid O'Connell .... stand-in
Jamie Owen .... photo double: Megan Fox
Carrie A. Oyer .... assistant production coordinator
Lee Peglow .... assets representative
Nick Pistilli .... craft service
Chris Pluchar .... production assistant
Santos P. Rodriguez .... cook assist
Erin Sahlstrom .... production coordinator
Tammy Sandler .... unit publicist
Susie Schelling .... medical consultant
K.C. Schrimpl .... locations production assistant
Jay Scully .... acting coach
Nate Sherman .... assistant: Mr. Mendel
Jim Small .... assistant location manager
Desmond Smith .... craft service assistant
Matthew L. Sobel .... stand-in: Jason (Jason Segel )
Frances Stafford .... set production assistant
Anthony Steinhart .... set production assistant
Jason Suhrke .... additional set production assistant
Carlos Tapia .... key assistant location manager
Danny Teeson .... choreographer
Jacob M. Torres .... assistant location manager
Boyd Wilson .... location manager
Lois Yaroshefsky .... studio teacher
Andrew P. Alderete .... asset coordinator (uncredited)
Nikhil Jassawalla .... consultant (uncredited)
Chris Sprister .... adr loop group (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Xavier Collin .... thanks
 

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Rated R for sexual content, crude humor, pervasive language and some drug material
Runtime:
134 min
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Trivia:
Billie Joe Armstrong from Green Day makes a cameo in which he mentions that it's a pretty big deal when Glee buys a song. "Good Riddance" by Green Day was purchased by Glee but never aired.See more »
Goofs:
Anachronisms: Pete's dad (Albert Brooks) mentions his mom wanted to get an abortion - because "it was the 70's". Pete becoming 40 would indicate he would have been born in 1972. Roe V. Wade was not passed until January 1973.See more »
Quotes:
Jodi:[about Desi] Everything that comes out of her mouth is a lie. Everything that goes into her mouth is a dick.See more »
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75 out of 132 people found the following review useful.
No plot--but very funny consistently: "humor porn", 23 December 2012
Author: jimojimo from Chicago

First off--this is well worth seeing, it is consistently funny--and at times keel-over funny. However if you're looking for a meaningful plot that gets neatly wrapped up, that's not gonna happen. Like porn, the plot was just there as an excuse for the many 'money shots'--the consistently funny gags about typical 40ish couple's lives.

Rudd's character is suffering a struggling business (and also maybe a little of 'struggling business'--if you know what I mean). Mann's character has a business also, that is suffering. Their kids are dealing with various modern-kid issues--Facebook bullies, trying to devour entire seasons of "Lost" in a matter of days, etc. The parents fight, the kids fight, Rudd & Mann each have issues with their own parents--one with abandonment issues, the other with what might be the polar opposite of abandonment.

And the gags and issues that arise, I can tell you, are all based in reality--it's a good composite of the issues that this demographic actually faces--only depicted with the cinematic equivalent of the "Photoshop saturation slider" cranked to 11.

A special mention for Leslie Mann and Judd Apatow's kids--they actually can act, and they were excellent in this film. They belonged in the film--not 'becuase their daddy is the producer'--but because they added big-time in both the many comedy scenes they were in, but also in the movie's scattered drama moments. Very adorable kids, who blended into this movie effortlessly and definitely added to its charm.

So that's the plot, and in the end, it leaves you with hope that things will get better, but never really pounds that point down and gift-wraps a sappy, happy ending, but it doesn't need to--the plot is just a vehicle to tow all of the gags with.

And the gags, mini-skits, etc, are very funny, and very consistent--me, my wife, and most of the theater were laughing through the bulk of the film (Stay for the ending credits--the blooper reel with Melissa McCarthy may be one of the funniest of the entire movie).

So that's it--I give it a 8--well worth seeing in the theater, and when it comes out on DVD, I'll definitely rent it and see it again.

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