She's Out of My League

2010 "When she's this hot, You get one shot."
6.4| 1h44m| R| en| More Info
Released: 12 March 2010 Released
Producted By: Paramount Pictures
Country: United States of America
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When he starts dating drop-dead gorgeous Molly, insecure airport security agent Kirk can't believe it. As his friends and family share their doubts about the relationship lasting, Kirk does everything he can to avoid losing Molly forever.


Comedy, Romance

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Odelecol Pretty good movie overall. First half was nothing special but it got better as it went along.
Livestonth I am only giving this movie a 1 for the great cast, though I can't imagine what any of them were thinking. This movie was horrible
Bluebell Alcock Ok... Let's be honest. It cannot be the best movie but is quite enjoyable. The movie has the potential to develop a great plot for future movies
Fatma Suarez The movie's neither hopeful in contrived ways, nor hopeless in different contrived ways. Somehow it manages to be wonderful
torstensonjohn The film has a solid plot, but similar to many before it "Sixteen Candles", "Clueless", "Just Friends", with the same premise, woman WAY out of the realm for the guy. TSA security man Kirk played subtly by (Jay Baruchel) meets this dynamic and beautiful woman Molly (Alice Eve) at the security check-in and forgets her phone. The following day Kirk and his friend Devon (Nate Torrence) return it to her at an art exhibit party. From there the film goes into a spiral of sorts with weird scenes and not really comical timing, just a lot of cussing and ill placed one liners. The ensemble is some what funny but contrastly misplaced in the characters. T.J. Miller, Mike Vogel and Krysten Ritter. I enjoyed the film for a Sunday afternoon get through. I give it a 5 out of 10.
zietalsebastian Reading all this good reviews ... I really wanted to like it but .... really? What the pathetic movie ...
gorgonite She's Out Of My League is a slightly over the top romantic comedy with a big heart.An hour into the film I looked at my watch! That however is a good thing because I didn't want it to end. Then 3/4 into it the inevitable happened, the obligatory boy loses girl.So really it should be a solid 7 or 8/10. However instead of a tacked on ending, we get to enjoy a great finale which turns it right round.The main characters are a rather weak looking and pathetically 'nice' Jay Baruchel with a rather pretty and adorable Alice Eve. Supporting Jay are a motley crew of pals who try their best to remote control him and get the girl who is most definitely out of his league!Supporting Alice is the straight talking Krysten Ritter, who doesn't have much to work with but sparkles. The same also applies to Nate Torrence who was great!Jay and his crew work in airport security whilst Alice is a party planner who is frisked through by Jay. Chaos and order ensues!Pros - Sweet, Funny, Rude, BootlaceCons - Too short!Overall - 11 out of 10
Fluke_Skywalker This one has all of the RomCom clichés. Meet cute? Check. His buddies include a shy guy, a loud mouth and a stud? Check. Check. Check. Her ex is a good-looking jerk? Check. His is a...well, it rhymes with "itch"? Check. Obvious use of pop music ("She's so high" by Tal Bachman). Check. They date, fall in love, but oh no there's an argument and one of them is heading off on a plane and the other comes chasing after them and they...I'm sorry if I'm spoiling this for you, but if I am you've obviously never seen a romantic comedy. Ever.Anyway, all that said, She's Out Of My League manages to--if not rise above exactly, then poke its head above--the recent(ish) pack thanks to good performances, a relentless aim to please and some rather refreshing honesty about, particularly male, insecurities (It's not Earth-shattering stuff, but that would've been too heavy for this type of movie). I laughed and I smiled. Mostly I smiled. That's good enough for me.