Goaded by his buddies, a nerdy guy who's never "done the deed" only finds the pressure mounting when he meets a single mother.
Steve Carell plays Andy, a socially awkward man who upon reaching the age of 40 has yet to have sex with anyone. When his co-workers find out this fact they do everything that they can to push him into it and help him loose his virginity. He ends up meeting Trish, a single mum, and ends up falling in love.
This has the usual trademark humour that you would expect from Steve Carell, so if you're not a fan of lots of rude and crude jokes then don't bother with this movie, seriously, as it is full of it, how can it not be when his co-workers act more like teenagers than adults.
It does have it's moments where it is funny, and there is a little bit of heart-warming stuff near the end, but overall it is a pretty rude humour movie. Carell does do a good job as the bumbling Andy. This isn't a great movie but it's decent enough for passing the time.
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