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She’s Out of My League
Sound & Vision Magazine
10 October 2010
Excerpt: Kirk, an average Joe, can't believe his luck. Though he's stuck in a seemingly dead-end job as an airport security agent, against all odds, Molly, a successful and outrageously gorgeous babe, falls for him. Kirk is stunned. So are his friends, his family and even his ex-girlfriend.
Excerpt: It is a shame She’s Out of My League falls down the “romantic comedy script tree” and hits every branch. Yes, the guy and the girl break-up after sharing the montage of perfectly normal dates. Yes, the guy and girl suddenly realize they’re meant for each other after all.
Conclusion: I really liked 'She's Out of My League.' I must admit that when I saw the previews I was skeptical. Just another filmmaker looking like he wants to make a quick buck by capitalizing on the sweet but raunchy Apatowian story.
Excerpt: The Film Well gee, a movie where the dorky guy gets the girl? Who would've thought? Um, everyone. However, there's something very likeable about She's Out of My League . That something is Jay Baruchel.
Excerpt: She's Out of My League is a mood piece. Lacking substance, originality, or a coherent treatment of its putative subject matter -- self-image and the defeatist hierarchies we compose from social and superficial assumptions -- it's the kind of goob-fest that relies almost completely on the amenability...
Excerpt: She’s Out of My League takes Tropic Thunder breakout Jay Baruchel and attempts to turn him into a leading man. He’s an unlikely candidate. Baruchel cuts a gangly, awkward figure in front of the camera.
Excerpt: It’s been nine years since Jay Baruchel played an adorably gawky college freshman on Judd Apatow’s late, lamented TV show Undeclared , but his appealing quality of eternal adolescence hasn’t eroded with age.