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He’s an older naïf who has consciously eschewed the pursuit of sexual gratification after being freaked out by his youthful encounters with members of the opposite sex.

When his newly minted friends at the Smart Tech store learn of his affliction, Dave, Jay and Cal decide that they must end Andy’s self-imposed celibacy.

A rare invite to join them in a poker game provides Andy's coworkers with both fodder for jokes and a unifying mission when they find out that Andy is "The 40 Year-Old Virgin." "The Wedding Crashers" may have the bigger names, but "The 40 Year-Old Virgin" is the better film.

The chest waxing scene that is so prominent in the trailer is much more extensive in the film and, alone, is worth theprice of admission.

(Note that Carell insisted that the scene be played for real, making it far better than if done with special effects.) The 40-Year-Old Virgin” is possibly the best comedy of the year and makes the predictable, but funny, “The Wedding Crashers” pale in comparison. The R-rating is hard but deserved and may be a little too raunchy to be considered a date move for those who are sensitive to overt raunchiness.

The 40-Year-Old Virgin” also benefits from its bevy of solid techs, with its Smart Tech locale and Andy’s apartment that is a teen boy’s dream.

Andy’s wardrobe and preferred mode of transportation are also well defined for the character.

Andy Stitzer (Steve Carell) collects action figures, loves playing video games, works in the stockroom of an electronics superstore, rides a bicycle (he can’t drive a car, yet) and has never had sex.

But, he’s not some hormonal-imbalanced teenager, he’s “The 40-Year-Old Virgin.” Robin: Andy has freaked out his coworkers who thought he was either a closet serial killer or just a guy with some serious mental issues. When they need a fifth for their regular poker game and can’t find another player, out of desperation they reluctantly invite Andy to play.

It is also a sweet movie that does not play the obvious litany of fart jokes and toilet humor.

It does deal with various concepts like self-aggrandizing sex, infidelity, gay bashing, pot smoking, dirty language and the “fear of flying” but always in a funny, strangely honest way.

Kat Dennings, as Trish’s teenage daughter Marla, comes on as shrill and jealous of her mother’s new boyfriend – actually jealous that she can’t have sex while her mom can – but warms up to Andy’s kindness, making Marla his ally.

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