She’s Out of My League

For better or worse, this movie is exactly what you think it is going to be.  Predictable (and well-travelled) story, mediocre delivery, forgotten as the credits start to role.  The two leads do a decent job in their roles and I think they are well-cast.  It is hard to have a movie where almost every scene is centered around someone being far more attractive than the other person.  Despite the appeal of the main characters it got old fast.  Also, can we get Kristen Ritter a role where she isn’t the same prickly character that she is in so many other movies and shows?

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Movie title: She's Out of My League

Movie description: 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.

Date published: 2022-10-26

Director(s): Jim Field Smith

Actor(s): Jay Baruchel, Alice Eve, T.J. Miller, Nate Torrence, Mike Vogel, Lindsay Sloane, Krysten Ritter, Kyle Bornheimer, Jessica St. Clair, Debra Jo Rupp, Adam LeFevre, Kim Shaw, Geoff Stults, Trevor Eve, Sharon Maughan, Hayes MacArthur, Jasika Nicole, Andrew Daly, Adam Tomei, Robin Shorr, Patrick Jordan, Tom Stoviak, Rick Applegate, Heather Morgan Leigh, Chuck Aber, Jason McCune, Yan Xi, Evan Alex Cole, Joseph F. Eberle, Phil Spano, Jeff Adams, Jason C. Lewis, Mike Gaffney, Sidney Crosby, Jon Knapp, Jillian O'Neil, Brian E. Stead, Christopher Nardizzi, Robert R. Bell, Renee Downing, Jillian Vitko, Gaynelle W. Sloman, Crystalann Jones, David Santiago, Joiel Bauschatz, Jim Fitzgerald, Mandy Ekman, Aaron Bernard, Robert Stull, Susan Moran, Phil Nardozzi, Lorelei Mahoney, Leslie McGuier, Tony Amen, Minda Briley, Stephanie Macdougall, Jack Davis, Christopher Mele, Sean P. McCarthy, Jonathan Eldell, Jackie Evancho

Genre: Romance, Comedy

My Review

For better or worse, this movie is exactly what you think it is going to be.  Predictable (and well-travelled) story, mediocre delivery, forgotten as the credits start to role.  The two leads do a decent job in their roles and I think they are well-cast.  It is hard to have a movie where almost every scene is centered around someone being far more attractive than the other person.  Despite the appeal of the main characters it got old fast.  Also, can we get Kristen Ritter a role where she isn’t the same prickly character that she is in so many other movies and shows?

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