Cal, The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005)
Seth Rogen has a long history of playing the wisecracking sidekick, dating back to his first big role on the short-lived NBC drama Freaks and Geeks. But it wasn't until The 40-Year-Old Virgin came out that audiences really began to appreciate his wry humour. As the raunchy, inappropriate Cal, Rogen ad-libbed most of his best lines, including the now-legendary "You know how I know you're gay?" scene with Paul Rudd.
Snark Factor: Three out of five. Rogen is so funny that it's difficult to hear some of his lines over the laughter, but since he's not the main character, his scenes end too soon.
Wednesday, April 16, 2008
Smart alecs in movies...
So, um, yea, I don't know about calling Ellen Page a smart alec. She doesn't come off as one in my book but apparrently, she is one according to this article. But she is in very good company: