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Image and video hosting by TinyPic Cast: Bryan Callen, Noureen DeWulf, Mircea Monroe, Steve Glickman, Austin Michael Scott, Steven Sims, Chris Spencer, Randall Park, Frank Maharajh, Eric Callero

Director: Craig Moss

Genre: Comedy

Year: 2010

Rating: Unrated

Director Craig Moss (who brought the world Saving Ryan's Privates) takes aim at the conventions of hit comedies and at least one drama as well as he spoofs such films as, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Knocked Up, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Superbad, Slumdog Millionaire and Twilight in this all out comic assault.

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Over the years these types of spoofs have gone from bad to worse but I found this one to be one of the best comedies like it I have see, Sure it is stupid comedy but that is what it is meant to be so if you just don't "Get it" I suggest take a pass and find watching else to watch but if you like these films that poke fun at other movies and never once take themselves serious then I recommend giving this one a shot. Be warned this is Unrated so there is some nudity and sexual references in the film so this is not intended for children. There are some parts of the film that drag because the jokes are just not funny and the fact that it is hard to keep a film like this entertaining the it's entire run time but there is a lot of hilarious moments in this 90 minute assault on some of your favorite films. The film-makers did a great job at picking the cast for the film as far as getting them to look like the characters they pretending to be and each and everyone did a great job playing their silly roles, you can tell by watching the film that they had a great time making this movie and the audience feeds off that. This isn't a masterpiece but it isn't suppose to be one either and if for some reason you think it might be you are going to be disappointed. The film is made up of skits that blend together to make a complete story instead of that dead spot between the comedy which I found to be a refreshing quality unlike some other comedies like it. Over-all this was much more entertaining than previous films like it and it has a nice pace and some memorable moments as well. I suppose they went straight to DVD with this title to cut down on the over-all expense but to me this was much better than the last few spoofs that did get a theater release. I recommend this to anyone that likes these kind of satire/spoof comedies. The Unrated DVD comes with bonus features that include:

The Making of The 41-Year-Old-Virgin Who Knocked Up Sarah Marshall And Felt Superbad About It

The Business Of Gags

Being Jonah Hill

Bryan Callen: Internet Sex Deity

The Teaser: How They Got The Movie Made

Released by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment

*** 1/2 Out Of *****