40 Days and 40 Nights


Action / Comedy / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 38%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 43%
IMDb Rating 5.6 10 65912


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Stefanie von Pfetten as Girl in Chinatown
Josh Hartnett as Matt Sullivan
Shannyn Sossamon as Erica Sutton
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750.03 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 36 min
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1hr 36 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Davis P 7 / 10

Somewhat entertaining sex comedy

This 2002 josh hartnett sex comedy revolves around his character just breaking it off with his girlfriend Vinessa Shaw and not being able to get over it, so he decides to go on a 40 day vow of celibacy. Of course this is already extremely hard for any person who normally has sex (self or with another person) on a regular basis. But it becomes even more difficult and complicated when he meets the woman of his dreams. Enter Shannyn Sossamon. They immediately hit it off when they meet and the two actors do have pretty good on screen romantic chemistry. I liked most of the performances in this movie. It features Vinessa Shaw (hocus pocus) as his ex girlfriend that caused this whole celibacy thing and it also has a young Maggie Gylanhaal. The plot is pretty predictable, well except for one event that takes place in the last act, something I didn't really care for, kinda disturbing in my opinion. The dialogue is thankfully free of any anti gay or sexist language. I was kind of surprised by this since typically movies like this which features a lot of male sexual talk usually has slang of a discriminatory nature. But thankfully josh hartnett's character is a good enough man to rise above crap like that. The movie doesn't really cover any new ground or surprise at all, but I was mostly entertained while watching it. I'd say if you like sex comedies but want one that's not as horribly crude as Van Wilder and doesn't have offensive language then this one may be for you. 7/10.

Reviewed by Murder-Meatball 1 / 10

The Ending

So, this movie has many, many flaws. But it does not really push it down to anything but mediocrity. It is an acceptable comedy with a gimmicky set up to have a lot of good looking women skimping around. The acting was just barely passable and the characters about as one dimensional as you could possibly get. And all that is fine, I did not expect high art and what was delivered was some mindless fun. That is until the ending. The ending is just awful. Seriously, you have a mainstream romcom that ends with the protagonist being raped in his own bed by his ex and it is brushed over like some kind of "Gosh darn" moment. That is messed up! And for you who don't think it is that bad, just do a gender swap on them and see if you still feel it is ay-okay for her to f**k him in the sleep, while he is tied up. Really classy movie I tell you.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 6 / 10

Josh worth a couple of laughs

Matt Sullivan (Josh Hartnett) designs web pages in San Francisco. Ryan (Paulo Costanzo) is his sleazy roommate. His brother John (Adam Trese) is a priest. It's been six months since Nicole (Vinessa Shaw) dumped him. He is tired of endless meaningless sex and then he's told Nicole is newly engaged. He vows to abstain from any sexual contact for 40 days and 40 nights of Lent. That's before he meets Erica Sutton (Shannyn Sossamon) at the laundromat. Ryan spreads the story and co-workers organize a betting pool on his self-restraint.

Hartnett is often a stiff pretty boy actor. In this one, he is able to inject a bit of comedic energy. His jittery sexually-deprived mess is kind of funny. There are some minor laughs in this. It is somewhat inappropriate which leads to some awkward scenes. The awkwardness detracts from the comedic needs. For example, the ending needs to be reworked. It isn't funny and is actually off-putting. I can think of plenty of funnier ways to end his 40 days. This movie has a couple of laughs and isn't as bad as expected.

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