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Two people who have a one-nighter realize they aren't right for each other, and then a few months later they learn they are going to have a baby.
Knocked Up is a hilarious, poignant and refreshing look at the rigors of courtship and child-rearing, with a sometimes raunchy, yet savvy script that is ably acted and directed.
[A] very funny Peter Pan-and-Wendy- get-preggers story.
The year's best comedy; one that confirms the arrival of an extended group of talent that looks set to take the studio comedy crown from the likes of Ferrell, Stiller and Carrey.
[Apatow] makes responsibility and commitment funny; no mean feat.
Ultimately the film says that fate has a way of kicking you up a notch, if you can somehow let yourself rise to the occasion.
Knocked Up isn't going to help change the world or anything, but at the very least it may help take one's mind off the relentlessly dismal headlines. I don't know what greater service a mere movie can perform these days.
What makes most of Knocked Up work is its ability to squeeze big laughs out of real-world situations.
Although this story about a mismatched couple expecting a baby strains credibility and sometimes pushes the limits of good taste, it delivers plenty of belly laughs.
A refreshingly frank, funny odd-couple comedy with engaging leads and too many belly laughs to count.
Knocked Up proves that hit comedy doesn't have to dumb down for its demographic.
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