There are two things you can expect from any Judd Apatow movie: memorable scenes that’ll keep you laughing for days, and a runtime that’s about 30 minutes too long. But we forgive that last part, because more Judd comedy is always a good thing in our books. Just from watching the trailer, we’re already predicting our favorite moments from Trainwreck, Apatow’s new movie starring Amy Schumer (out July 17). Let’s look back on some of our other favorite scenes from movies he’s directed and/or produced.
1. The chest waxing scene in The 40-Year-Old Virgin:
2. The big reveal in Knocked Up, and Seth Rogen’s perfect reaction:
3. McLovin’…need we say more?
4. Ben and Pete’s hilarious acid trip in Knocked Up:
5. Jason Segel’s full-frontal scene in Forgetting Sarah Marshall:
6. The “you know how you know you’re gay” scene in The 40-Year-old Virgin:
7. When Pete made this true life statement in Knocked Up:
8. Ron Burgundy in a glass case of emotion in Anchorman:
9. Superbad‘s Disney reference for the win:
10. The Pineapple Express car chase:
11. Judd Apatow and Leslie Mann’s real life kids in This Is 40:
12. The bag of sand analogy in The 40-Year-Old Virgin:
13. When Brennan and Dale become best friends in Step Brothers:
14. And this. We’ll leave you with this:
What’s YOUR favorite scene from a Judd Apatow movie? Are you seeing Trainwreck this weekend?