Film Paper Knocked Up Review

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Theater Arts 7B Movie Review Knocked Up I am confident to say, after watching Judd Apatow’s Knocked Up , that this movie is the epitome of new world of comedy in Hollywood. As much as Knocked Up succeeded in the box office, future comedy directors will and should not rely on the classic assumptions of American comedy, which heavily deals with pretty boys and girls having sex, guys in fat suits getting their asses kicked by varsity football players, and young teenagers falling into a never-escaping cycle of drugs, alcohol and sex. Like in his 40-Year Old Virgin , another huge success back in 2005, Apatow takes a guy from a default position of anti-romantic cynicism to an unlikely route back into sweet romance in Knocked Up . The story focuses on Alison and Ben, two individuals coming from very different worlds. Alison is an attractive and successful woman who wishes for a fairy-tale relationship and marriage all her life. Ben is an unkempt stoner living with his goofball roommates who has not reached the point of his own success and settlement. The two characters meet at a nightclub, get drunk, and eventually end up having sex without protection due to miscommunication. Eight weeks later when Alison finds out that she is pregnant, Ben, rather
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