The 2005 Judd Apatow comedy “The 40-Year-Old Virgin” has a few small bits that have aged poorly, but it’s still a surprisingly funny film with a huge heart that is sure to get everyone laughing this holiday season. The R-rated comedy is going to be too much for the kiddos, but just about everyone else can find something to laugh at in this sweet film that stars Steve Carrell as a man who just never got around to losing his V-card because he’s an action-figure collecting, bike-riding nerd who’s been too shy to really try. He ends up falling for a woman with a brick-and-mortar eBay store and kids, played by Catherine Keener, but wants to take care of that pesky virginity first so he doesn’t embarrass himself. “The 40-Year-Old Virgin” features early turns by Seth Rogen, Elizabeth Banks, Paul Rudd, Jane Lynch, and more, and it’s a ridiculously fun time that helped propel its cast and creator to stardom. It’s fun, it’s funny, and now you can watch it while you’re hiding from grandma or the snow this December!