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Rated R · 106 minutes · 2010
Yet another movie tries to find the humor in shaving one’s balls, a joke that has been tired ever since it first hit the screen. Jay Baruchel stars as an average guy who gets a chance to date a super-hot girl (Alice Eve) after she leaves her phone behind at the airport where he works. They embark on an awkward romance that involves him jizzing his pants and, yes, shaving his balls to make his dick look bigger. While the two stars are likable, director Jim Field Smith puts them in situations that are embarrassing groaners, and the supporting players are more annoying than funny. There’s not a new joke to be had (unless you count a mastiff licking somebody’s crotch as new). Also, any film that shows Transportation Security Administration workers screwing around at the airport is just unsettling. I don’t see the humor in a guy trying to make a girl strip down so he can wave her with one of those metal-detector wands. That’s just troubling.
Official Site: www.shesoutofmyleague.com
Director: Jim Smith
Producer: Jimmy Miller, David Householter and George Gatins
Cast: Jay Baruchel, Alice Eve, T.J. Miller, Mike Vogel, Nate Torrence, Krysten Ritter, Geoff Stults, Lindsay Sloane, Debra Jo Rupp, Adam LeFevre, Kim Shaw, Sharon Maugham and Trevor Eve

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Colorado Springs Independent Opening this week The Ghost Writer, Green Zone, Remember Me, She's Out of My League and more. 03/11/2010
Portland Mercury Revenge of the Nerds V She's Out of My League: semen jokes and insecure nerds ahoy! by Alison Hallett 03/11/2010
The Coast Halifax Three strikes for She's Out of My League Without better jokes, this flick's more committed to being a male confidence pep talk than a comedy. by Mark Palermo 03/11/2010
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Colorado Springs Independent Team effort She's Out of My League arrives to continue an appealing and hilarious recent transition: the return of the ensemble comedy. by Scott Renshaw 03/11/2010

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