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Review: Apatow's 'Knocked Up' sequel isn't worth the wait

8:59 PM, Dec. 19, 2012
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What's wrong with "This is 40"? Well, this, this, this and this. From left, Maude Apatow, Iris Apatow, Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann in a scene from the film.
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Stupid freaking Judd Apatow, with his stupid freaking foul-mouthed and sentimental "Hobbit"-length comedies, his stupid freaking insistence on not only peopling them with his old comic cronies, but his wife and cursing kids.

Happy freaking R-rated holidays, America. Here's your "Meet the Parents" this year - longer and less funny.

"This Is 40" is a sort of sequel to "Knocked Up" that catches up with the struggling, funny and quite real sidekick couple of that film, Debbie and Pete, played by Leslie Mann (Mrs. Apatow) and Paul Rudd. It's an intermittently amusing dance through generations ...

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