Universal Pictures’ THIS IS 40 Movie ~ Give Away

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If there is ever a time that I feel like I’m old, it’s when I think that next year I’ll turn 40. 40! Yikes, which sort makes me want ( and not want 😛 ) to see This Is 40.

Five years after writer/director Judd Apatow introduced us to Pete and Debbie in Knocked Up, Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann reprise their roles as a husband and wife both approaching a milestone meltdown in This Is 40, an unfiltered, comedic look inside the life of an American family.

In his fourth directorial outing, Apatow’s new comedy captures what it takes for one family to flourish in the middle of a lifetime together.

The all-star cast portraying the family and friends, colleagues and neighbors represents an ensemble of actors from many of Apatow’s previous projects, as well as new comedy players who have been welcomed into the fold. They include John Lithgow, Megan Fox, Chris O’Dowd, Jason Segel, Melissa McCarthy, Graham Parker, Lena Dunham, Annie Mumolo, Robert Smigel, Charlyne Yi, Lisa Darr and Albert Brooks. www.thisis40movie.com

It opens this Friday, December 21st, and it is rated R (because may I remind you ‘This Is 40’).

You may not be creeping up on 40 like I am, but I bet it’ll be funny all the same.

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98 thoughts on “Universal Pictures’ THIS IS 40 Movie ~ Give Away

  1. turning 20 was great as I was in college and they did a big surprise party for me………unfortunately I needed to cut it short to study debbie jackson
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  2. I honestly can't remember any "milestone" birthday. I guess none of them were all that special. When I turned 20 it was a Friday the 13th (which I thought was cool) but the birthday itself wasn't memorable.

  3. Yep it was 40, quite funny, I got more phone calls that birthday than any before or since. It seems many were concerned I might not be taking it too well! LOL!

  4. I would have to say turning 26 – I felt as though I was at a good place in my life and my grandmother was still alive and I really enjoyed life a little bit more

  5. For my 18th birthday, we rented multiple rooms in a motel set for demolition. The party got very large, and in any other location, I would still be paying off the damage that occurred.

  6. None of my birthdays were all that memorable. DH & I went to California Pizza Kitchen for my 30th and we went to a local steakhouse for my 40th. I guess I'm only capable of remembering food (:

  7. My birthdays are non-events. wish I could remember what happened that made them memorable!

  8. I turned 25 in the hospital. I was relatively new in town and my birthday is July 1st so a lot of people were out of town, including my girlfriend. So, I spent both my birthday and the 4th of July there. It was crazy. They thought my spleen was damaged because of where the pain was, but eventually figured out that it was several cracked ribs.

  9. My 40th birthday stunk. My now ex-husband gave me a WalMart gift certificate and lamely attempted a surprise party. Good riddance!

  10. I really can not recall any birthday. Basically they happen without notice here. The only thing I can recall was when I was in Kindergarten and could take in treats for the class on your birthday my mom baked a pan of brownies and topped each with one of those candy pumpkins (fall brithday) and I took those in….I can not think of any other birthday off hand

  11. My most memorable is turning 16. I couldn't WAIT to drive!!! A few days after turning 16 I got a job and shortly thereafter; a car

  12. On my 16th birthday my mother threw a surprise party for me. She hid the party ware in the dryer because she knew I would never look there!

  13. when I turned 16 my friends and I played a prank on my boyfriend. We silly stringed his car (my birthday is April Fools day) it was hilarious to see his face.

  14. Turning 29 was the most traumatic for me. Now I just accept each and every one.

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  15. I remember my 16th birthday was great – my best friend and I skipped school that day and went to the beach!

  16. On my 40th birthday, my hubby took me to my favorite Mexican restaurant for dinner. After dinner, they came out to sing to me and brought me a shot of Tequila. I am not a drinker, but when the other patrons started cheering me on, I grabbed that shot and swallowed it in one gulp. It was like I ingested a flame, because it burned all the way down. I started sweating and was fanning. Hubby laughed when I told him that the song was right…Tequila makes Her clothes fall off….as hot as I got, I wanted to strip! LOL

  17. I think having a birthday party when I was seven was the best and it's been all downhill from there! Never got another party! And my 4 siblings never got a birthday party at all so I was the lucky one.

  18. turning 21… headed out with a bunch of friends and hit every bar in town since I was legal…lol

  19. When I turned 10, my parents bought us a trampoline! I was beyond excited and I will always remember that gift.

  20. For my 20th birthday we went to a waterpark then out to dinner as a family; it was an overall great day.

  21. The best was probably 21. I was with friends and we had lots of fun and I felt adult. And then I went to purchase the obligatory bottle of alcohol and didn't get carded. Story of my life. I forced her to look though.

  22. My best birthday was when I turned 18.I got married on my 18th birthday.I have now been married 16 years and have wonderful kids.

  23. My 18th b-day was the most memorable for me – had a grand party, 3 layered cake and partied all night with guests. My parents went all out for my debut 🙂

  24. Turning 40 was pretty good for me. My family took me out t0 dinner & we came home and watched my favorite movie together 🙂

  25. Definately turning 21 . I've always wanted to gamble just for fun, however I've always looked so young and was always asked for my I.D when trying to get into a casino. I was finally able to gamble on my 21st birthday. What a fun night.


  26. my 21st Birthday, hitched hike to San Fran, with flowers in my hair…..carefree days of yesterdays

  27. when i turned 30 I had a terrible breakdown and if it was not for my kids i do not think i would have seen 31. It is funny how time plays games with life

  28. My favorite birthday was my 16th. I convinced friends and family to pretend I was turning 6. I got coloring books, crayons, Candy Land… It was awesome.

  29. Turning 16! Had a surprise party at the lake & camped out there with my friends 🙂

  30. my hubby gave me a surprise party when I turned 50…it was fun and embarrassing at the same time. lol

  31. My best birthday was probably when I was in 3rd grade. I through myself a surprise sleepover, I had 8-10 girls there. The surprise was on my mom, she never saw it coming. Girls just started showing up with sleeping bags 🙂

  32. Turning 23 was big for me, because I got a great job and learned my husband and I were expecting all in the same week.

  33. I wasn't too paranoid about turning 30 and it went by without a hitch. I think I was more emotional when I got my first gray hair this year at 34. I plucked that puppy right out and thankfully have not seen one yet.

  34. Have to say, turning 21 was the best! I'm not a huge drinker, but I was that night…and it really was a blast!

  35. Probably 30 for me. I got all kinds of grief at work like being "over the hill"

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  36. Most of my birthday celebrations are pretty mild considering I share my birthday with my MIL and don't want to take away from her celebration too.

  37. When I turned 40, my husband surprised me with a birthday party and had flown my sister and her family home to see me.

  38. I turned 27 last year and my friends kidnapped me and took me to an icecream parlor and got me a balloon hat. Never too old, right?

  39. My best birthday was my 21st birthday since I spent it in NYC with friends.We had a great time.

  40. I think my 50th was the best. Friends threw me the craziest party with tons of very funny gag gifts.

  41. turning 16 and having my first "legal" glass of wine (in Germany you could buy alcohol at age 16)
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  42. On my eighth birthday, my grandfather gave me a book with information on all the human muscles. It was titled "The Human Body" and when I opened the present I yelled, "Oh! This is what I've always wanted! The HUMMAN Body!" Everybody laughed because I had said "human" wrong and what child "always wanted" a muscle book? lol

  43. Well, on my 21st I went out to a place that made fancy grilled cheeses with my friends. That was pretty entertaining I guess? Most of mine are pretty typical I guesss, nothing too fancy …

  44. My 16th and 21st birthdays were the best. For my 16th I brought two dozen friends to the bowling alley…so much fun! For my 21st we rented a hotel room, also fun!

  45. I remember when I turned 21.. people were surprised when I didn't want to go out and get drunk!

  46. spent my 21st birthday in the bathtub drunk from drinking a bottle of grey goose vodka.. oh boy…

  47. My 20th birthday was the best. My husband was living 8 hours away for work, and he hopped on a greyhound and showed up at my doorstep at 6am on my birthday.

  48. My most memorial birthday is when I was dating my husband. His sister made me a very nice birthday cake on a family dinner. What a warm welcome to the family.

  49. My best birthday was my 16th – my sister surprised me with flowers delivered at my high school & my friends threw me a surprise birthday party

  50. On the night of my 21st birthday my husband took me to a concert I wanted to see that was at a casino resort.

  51. No birthday really sticks our for me. I never had a party. After growing up, my family sometimes would go out to eat. But, I remember when I hit 50, I started feeling older. But, with older comes a new found freedom, so it's not all bad.

  52. My birthdays are just a normal day for me. Nothing special at all. Sometimes I get something, sometimes I don't.

  53. My best was turning 12 and we had a big party at the Holiday Inn with swimming privileges, too.

  54. The best is yet to come. I threw myself a small birthday dinner a few years ago and had a great time.

  55. I remember I spent my 16th birthday working in the field with my father, baling hay as I remember. I was so excited because I got to drive the car home after that. What a day!

  56. My best story was turning 30 when my friends and family gathered together for a surprise party.

  57. Turning 5 was the best. It sounds odd, I know, but it was the last time my family really decorated for my birthday so it really stuck with me. I still have some of the decorations.

  58. When i was 10 my brother got married on my birthday. When i turned 21 I got married on my birthday. We then went on and celebrated big every year since.

  59. Turning 35 was a milestone as I found my first white, not grey hair. I remember telling my husband and he said not to worry I still looked like I did when he first met me. I started to feel better until my daughter looked at me and said that I looked just like grandma now!

  60. One of my favorite birthdays was at 13, I got to spend it at the Museum of Science and I really enjoyed that.

  61. 50 was very emotional for me. I thought about what I had done in the first 50 and what I had to look forward to.

  62. I am definitely going to see the movie. I always enjoy a good laugh! Turning 20 was the age I felt most insecure. I wasn't ready to grow up yet!

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