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Plot: Kirk is an average Joe who works as a TSA agent at the Pittsburgh airport with his friends. The status quo of his fairly monotonous life ends when he meets Molly, a smart, kind and gorgeous blonde. Because she's way out of his league (she's a hard 10 and he is but a 5), Kirk knows there's no way on… Runtime: 104 min Release Date: 12 Mar 2010
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This movie was a complete surprise Like others have written already... to me as I watched it over a couple of martinis. Drinks aside, out of all the crap Hollywood has produced in the last 5 years or more.... I sat and watched and was totally absorbed into the film and characters who were brought together so well that you really felt you knew everyone. It was a little awkward when I watched as the "couple" came together but you soon forget the "Adam Samdler movie feeling" I had.. but it moved quickly past.Why I picked this film was because of the "Almost <more>
Famous" character played by Jay Baruchel. "Almost Famous" has to be one of my favourite movies.I didn't expect much as his character in "Almost Famous" didn't have a lot of screen time but was memorable. By the end of this movie I was absolutely amazed that this movie moved me so much. Touching on every thought we all honestly have in relationships, I think everyone will fall in love with movie. Even with the very dumb supporting characters who you really hate until the ending. "A movie you will watch twice"
Honestly I watched this on FIOS mostly because I like Jay Baruchel. I had never heard of this movie despite it being nearly 7 years old. That said, it was a GREAT movie. It's a typical cliché he meets she and she's out of his league movie. Oh hey, isn't that the title? LOL As expected, they ignore the odds and get together. You'll have to watch the movie for anything more but I guess I'll just repeat a few times that it did exactly what I expected and it did it well! Will definitely watch it again. I have to write ten lines about the movie but that's a pretty <more>
ridiculous requirement just for a quick review. No wonder there are so few reviews except for those ridiculous long reviews that nobody is going to read. People just want to know how you feel about a movie. If you want details about the movie you read one of those novels that people with no life write, but if you want the simple truth -- watch the movie and you will love it.
I've seen quite a few of these new and crude-humored movies- you know "guy comedy". Some are funny, some are only funny to guys. This one surprised me in that the main character, the "hot girl", was really kind and smart. She wasn't your cliché big breasted bimbo, that's for sure. I was really rooting for her the entire movie. I felt Jay Baruchel played his part remarkably well and realistic also. His friends were hilarious! Especially Stainer, who I find much funnier than Seth Rogen. Marnie was an annoying twerp who got what she deserved, many times over! <more>
This movie was so far beyond funny, and the story was just excellent! This is by far my favorite of the crude-humored movies that have been coming out lately. Total thumbs-up and a definite recommendation!
I don't care about what the critics think, She's Out of My League was a lot of fun. (by DarkVulcan29)
I mean She's Out of My League is right up there with The 40 year old Virgin 2005 , and I Love You, Man 2009 , a raunchy vulgar comedy that manages to have a heart to it. I mean Role Models 2008 , hardly had anybody likable in it, and it was a big hit, and i'm still trying to figure that one out. But this film had two likable leads that you wanna route for.Kirk Jay Baruchel from Knocked Up , works at at an airport, he's a nice guy, but painfully shy and insecure. His buddies that he works with say thats because women don't consider him boyfriend material, cause he is too safe. <more>
But all that changes one day when the ever so enchantingly beautiful Molly Alice Eve forgets her cell phone, while boarding a plane, she uses her friends cell phone to call her cell phone, and Kirk finds it and answers it, she asks him can he hold it for her. Kirk brings it back to her, Alice soon wants to spend more time with Kirk. But will Kirk insecurities ruin it? The critics are quick to bash this movie, but give Role Models a thumbs up, go figure. I liked Jay Baruchel and Alice Eve they where characters to route for, and where very enjoyable to watch, although Baruchel was more funnier then Eve, the comedy just happened around her. Lindsay Sloane Big Red from Bring It On is also good has Marnie, Kirks ex. Krysten Ritter is also amusing as Patty, Mollys friend. But the real scene stealer IS T.J. Miller has Kirks friend Stainer, who steals almost every moment when every scene he is in, he's like Jason Segal and Seth Rogen mixed together.I say don't listen to the critics, see this movie and form your own opinion.
Proving to rival the likes of Judd Apatow and Kevin Smith! (by Hellmant)
'SHE'S OUT OF MY LEAGUE': Four and a Half Stars Out of Five Sean Anders and John Morris, the writing team behind 'SEX DRIVE' which Anders also directed and I thought was one of the best comedies in recent years and the upcoming 'HOT TUB TIME MACHINE', wrote this hilarious comedy that is emotionally touching and inspiring as well. This seems to be the writing teams knack and they're proving to rival the likes of Judd Apatow and Kevin Smith, which previously had the market cornered on intelligent yet crude and vulgar comedies that also prove to be well made <more>
and heart felt character studies as well.The duo, at least so far, have also centered on subject matter revolving around the social outcast 'loveable loser' finally winning out and succeeding in life most notably by winning over the girl of his dreams, who's way out of his league . This is probably a really relate-able subject matter for their target audience which is why their films at least the first two have been such a success. Sort of the same area of expertise Smith and Apatow also have and have had great success in.This movie fits the writing team's known formula to a T and tells the story of a pretty average looking 'loveable loser' named Kirk played by Jay Baruchel, a known Apatow collaborator who manages to impress a stunningly beautiful woman named Molly played by newcomer Alice Eve with his kindness. Molly's on the rebound from a bad break-up with a cocky good looking pilot played by Geoff Stults and due to the fact that Kirk seems 'safe' and harmless she asks him out. The two actually hit it off but due to Kirk's lack of confidence due in large part to his best friends' constant put downs and demoralizing abuse, which is probably a relate-able subject for a lot of target viewers as well – it is for me he loses faith in himself and unintentionally sabotages his chances with her.The movie is actually a pretty smart and clever character study and it's definitely inspiring, although it is also pretty far fetched; that a ten would go for a five, as the movie's tag-line states. Despite the insight and heart the movie does deliver on all the low brow belly laughs that the previews promise and there's a lot of really clever 'Smith-esque' dialog as well. Soon to be a comedy classic!Watch our review show 'MOVIE TALK' at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v j95Zjdlcbe0
Raunchy movies must out-do previous raunchy movies. They must have made that a rule! This one certainly accomplishes that. This movie is very, very funny and packed with comedy and romance - from the airport to the pool to the dining room meal to the basement hockey to 500 Park Avenue and on and on. It's extremely dirty mouth, too. It has all sorts of filth - the foul language and new catch phrases were hilarious: at Kirk's job, his home, in the restaurant, at the bowling alley, in the airplane; it didn't matter where. The sexual jokes and sexual situations were so raunchy and <more>
over the top that they appear to have been accepted by all. Everyone was laughing so hard and so often that you missed parts of the movie. This movie probably would not have done as well if it had been rated NC-17, so I think that's why it received the R rating. Keep your young children out of this one. But if you want to laugh your frog off for an hour and 44 minutes, go see it. There was neither a single complaint about the movie as the crowd exited nor a dry eye Tuesday night; not even from the older crowd that came, which surprised me. Alice Eve is definitely a star on the rise.
Hilarious with a bit of romance... FANTASTIC! (by worldofjohnboy)
I saw this at a sneak preview showing knowing very little about the film other than one preview.This film is along the same lines as "Knocked Up" or "Superbad" in that it is rather funny, but at the same time makes you relate to the characters in a way that also tugs at your heart. There were many times when the theater full of people burst into laughter, and I even found myself crying at some points I was laughing so hard! The actors all do a fantastic job with their parts, and you can easily identify with most of them. No "over the top" characters ever do a <more>
hostile takeover of the plot. This movie is probably a notch below movies like "The Hangover," "The 40 Year Old Virgin" and "Wedding Crashers," but it definitely holds it own and you will most definitely find yourself laughing hard more than once. Well worth the $$ to see it in the theater!
A whole lot better than I expected! (by hottiehawke)
I just got back from seeing this movie, and I have to admit that I really enjoyed it. Possibly because I wasn't expecting to, but I also wasn't against giving it a chance. To me, the commercials did not look very promising, and when it was compared to the hangover in one ad, I really wasn't expecting much. First of all, when I went to see the hangover, I was ready to laugh like crazy due to how funny everyone said it was. Personally, I didn't find it very funny at all and I always felt the writers/actors were trying too hard make a joke out of everything. The only thing that <more>
kept my attention was the semi-interesting plot.I found the ads for She's Out of My League to be promising a "hangover clone" in terms of the type of humor . Thankfully this movie is not what it appears to be. Many will disagree, but I felt that there is more reason for watching this than for a constant need to be funny and outrageous. I also liked the character in this movie, and found they added a lot to the story.Although this movie offers nothing we haven't seen before, I found it at least to be enjoyable. Another reason I liked this movie is because I felt there was a storyline that made up for most of the jokes I didn't find funny.I know that most will find it to be a pointless movie and I guess it is to an extent , but I found it to be entertaining and worth seeing. I'm glad I wasn't expecting to be laughing throughout the whole movie, because I didn't, and because I found it to be a little more than what I was expecting from the plot.
I went into the early screening of this movie tonight with low expectations, having not heard much about the movie, nor seen any trailers. I was floored! The cast is great in their parts and the script is hilarious. If you like any of the Judd Apatow films I don't think he was a part of this movie, but it is the same kind of humor then you will like this one. Fans of Knocked Up will recognize Jay BarucheI who plays the awkward lead with weak self esteem, and he is as cute as ever. I also had a chance to meet the lovely Alice Eve, who attended the screening and she was very nice and very <more>
beautiful. I hope to see more of her in the future. While this wasn't Shakespeare, it was a great laugh and very fun to see with friends.