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That said, a lot of the best gags in are the ones that percolate between the lines.The comedy is there in how Pete leaps like a puppy to do his wife’s bidding, without realizing that he’s already in the doghouse for not having taken the initiative himself; or in the way that Apatow never once stages a marital-therapy session — but has Pete and Debbie lapse into the euphemisms of therapy-speak, even as it still sounds like they want to kill each other.
Their home becomes a battleground and the opening skirmish is a doozy, sparked by a hit of Viagra that leaves Debbie feeling inadequate and Pete very frustrated.
As usual, Mann walks a fine line between quirky and cranky, and it's Rudd who more often comes out of a fight smelling of roses (despite being sat on the toilet the majority of the time).
He has an easy charm that suits the character and infuriates his wife when she tries to lay down the law with his sponging dad (Albert Brooks) and mend bridges with her own father (John Lithgow).
comedy This Is 40, is a married father of two in L. who escapes the frazzled swirl of his existence by engaging in deep, dark secret activities.
He eats chocolate cupcakes — many, many more of them than his wife, Debbie (Leslie Mann), a major nutritional scold, would suspect. It’s a sign of what his life has become that , and now they’re turning 40, with two lovely daughters (nicely played by Apatow’s own daughters, Maude and Iris) and two crusty fathers (a terrific Albert Brooks and John Lithgow), who each have young families of their own.
That was just one small hurdle in getting back on the right track, and clearly a lot of problems still need to be dealt with if their marriage is going to survive.
Judd Apatow is seeking to explore those issues in This is Forty, which has Pete and Debbie a bit further along in their marriage, and headed for that life limbo known as "middle age".
Indignant, Debbie decides she doesn't want the attention at their upcoming birthday bash and makes it all about Pete, but the build-up to the party provides a loose framework for an ambitious, sprawling tale (in a style reminiscent of James L Brooks) that probes all areas of their married life.
Pete is still young at heart, the floppy-haired exec of an indie record label that is going down the tubes, unbeknown to his wife.
Meanwhile, Debbie is trying to balance books at her fashion boutique with one eye jealously ogling her assistant Desi (Megan Fox) whose high sales figures may have something to do with her tendency to address customers from atop a ladder in a miniskirt.
Pete can't resist a peek either and misguidedly gives Debbie a nudge.
The first trailer for the spin off has been released, and we see that hitting 40 has driven an even larger wedge in their relationship.