When a one-night stand that should have stayed that way has unexpected consequences, the reluctant odd couple attempts to transform their tentative relationship into a lasting love in this conception comedy. Twenty-four-year-old entertainment journalist Alison Scott (Katherine Heigl) is on the fast track to the big time, but an alcohol-fueled hookup with responsibility-shirking slacker Ben Stone (Seth Rogen) finds her professional priorities taking a back seat to having a baby. Now, as overgrown kid Ben attempts to assume the responsibilities of fatherhood, he makes the brave decision to stand by Alison. In order to make things work between the pair, however, there's going to have to be some compromise, and when Alison and Ben decide to take a shot at love, they quickly find that building a relationship from scratch isn't nearly as easy as making a baby.~Jason Buchanan
I enjoyed this movie. I kept finding myself smiling. So if you've been in a relationship, a lot of this movie will seem familiar. Whether you like it or not is up to you.
As for the disk, I think it looked very good. You may either watch the theatrical released version or the "Unrated & Unprotected" version. One is two hours and nine minutes, the other is two hours and 13 minutes, so not much of a difference. I didn't watch both versions to compare so I can't really tell you.
There are a lot of extras on this disk. One of the most interesting would be the picture in picture, where the actors give you a behind-the-scenes view of the what's going on for a particular scene, while watching the movie. One thing that did bother me about this disk – is that it does remember where you left off. I find it very, very annoying.
If you're a fan of this movie I think you'll enjoy the disk.
The follow up to The 40 Year Old Virgin from Judd Apatow is no sophomore slump. It has the same raunchy humor, but deep down there is a heart beating and by the end of the film, your stomach hurts from laughing so hard, but you're also happy because of the heartwarming nature of it.
This is also Seth Rogen's first leading role, and he nails it as the stoner who has to learn to grow up and take responsibility for his actions.
Definitely one of Apatow's best films, and one of Rogen's as well. Katherine Heigl is good as the female lead, and the supporting cast is tremendous. Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann are great as the married couple struggling to find meaning in their lives.
Not a family film, however, so keep the kiddies away!
This review is from Knocked Up [Rated/Unrated] [2 Discs] [With Tech Support for Dummies Trial] [Blu-ray/DVD] 
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Funniest movie of the last 15 years
If for some reason you missed this, now is your time to see it. This is both funny and heartwarming. The cast is a huge assortment of funny people who have gone on to become really big. And Judd Apatow's writing and directing is brilliant. I would recommend buying this on DVD instead of getting a digital copy because of all the extras - in particular, the commentary by Apatow, Seth Rogan and Bill Hader. The stuff they have to say is just as funny as the movie itself. Knocked Up is going to be a classic someday.
HILARIOUS!! I was itching for this to arrive in the mail!! I saw this twice in the theater and wasn't disappointed with the DVD. I chose the original theater version because it is what I fell in love with and din't want it altered. I'd be curious to see the additional footage though. At first I thought this was going to be another stupid movie, but I was SO wrong!
This review is from Knocked Up [Blu-ray] 
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Great for couples who want to laugh
"Knocked Up" is a story of a couple having a one night stand from a drunken night at the bar and get pregnant. They try their best to make their relationship work with trials and funny tribulations along the way.
If you like Seth Rogan you will enjoy this movie. I love how they basically turned this movie into a spinoff to create "This is 40" with Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann.
I saw this in the theater with my now ex, it was the last one. Highly enjoyed the movie. When I saw it on sale at first I thought it would be a bad idea (bad memories and all) but I got it, because I like to torture myself. Turns out I didn't have to worry, the movie is so darn funny I forgot all about the first time I saw it!
Knocked up is an uproarious film that carefully traverses the line between raunchy and inappropriate. Seth Rogen begins to stretch out what has come to be his enormous comedic wingspan on this one. Unlike most Apotow movies, there is no lull before the third act which helps with the films pacing.
This Blu-Ray is a solid one if you're interested in the movie. If you're not, then there's no need to pick this one up. It's a competent Blu-Ray presentation but nothing that's going to impress anyone who you might be looking to show a demo to.