She's Out of My League
In this outrageous comedy, Kirk an average guy, can't believe his luck when the successful and gorgeous babe Molly falls for him. His smart-ass friends, his crazy family, and even his obnoxious ex-girlfriend are just as shocked as he is.
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Vulgar, sex-obsessed comedy but with a good heart.
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Rotten: It's got a stale premise, dumb jokes, and] characters who exist only to remind you of other characters in slightly better movies.
- A.O. Scott, At the Movies, Monday, March 15, 2010
Rotten: She's Out of My League doesn't answer the question of whether a 10 would go for a 5, but rather if audiences are willing to settle for a 5.
- Adam Graham, Detroit News, Friday, March 12, 2010
Rotten: Like its hero, it has hidden depths -- it's just a shame they're not allowed to shine.
- Anna Smith, Time Out, Wednesday, June 2, 2010
This typical rom-com wasn?t as bad as I was expecting. Fairly watchable.
- imrealgod, Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Really enjoyed this. Had heard some pretty average reviews on it, but always thought it seemed like it would be quite funny, so went ahead and bought it anyhow. Story is pretty much dorky guy Kirk, (Jay Barachel), somehow scores hot chick Molly. (Alice Eve) and then shows how his family and friends can't believe his luck, so ultimately nor can he and blows it. No real surprises on how it ends and it is romantic, but has enough gross out humour and guy stuff that you can probably sit your other half through it without too many grizzles. There is a really good cast in this too. Alice Eve is lovely and reminded me of a younger Reese Witherspooon. Debra Jo Rupp as Kirk's mum, (although she is underused here - she is so funny it would have been nice to see more of her), Lindsay Sloane as his ex, Marnie - amazing how such a pretty girl looked so skanky all through this! His friends played by Mike Vogel, T J Miller and Nate Torrence all work really well too, plus Krysten Ritter as Molly's bitchy best friend. Definitely one of the better films in this genre.
- romy861, Sunday, February 13, 2011
A decent quite funny and entertaining rom-com. It's not too rude, raunchy and thankfully not that cheesy either. I wasn't expecting much, and while not being laugh out loud from start to finish it's funny enough to keep you interested to the end. The characters make this film and raise it well above most rom-coms.
- Deano78, Saturday, February 26, 2011