#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – 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 earth she’s ever going to fall for him. Or is there…?
Plot: 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.
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“She’s out of My League” is a solid 7, a romantic comedy that scores a few good laughs and does a nice job of being convincing. Jay Baruchel (Tropic Thunder) stars as Kirk, a pathetic dork with the build of Woody Allen who works a menial job in airport security. Through a cell-phone mishap, he winds up at a party being thrown by Molly (Alice Eve), a 10 on the very attractive scale. He knows she’s way more attractive than him and she knows he’s normally not the guy she would usually date but Molly looks deep down and sees Kirk for the nice, unthreatening guy he is and they hit it off. There are some funny moments here. Kirk’s family is especially demeaning to him (they even embrace his bitchy ex-girlfriend as one of their own) and his friends are clueless match-makers, which leads to a very funny man-scaping scene between Kirk and one of them. What works best in “League” is just listening to people talk though. Kirk’s friends (played by Mike Vogel, Nate Torrance, and T.J Miller) are identifiable idiots, too wrapped up in over-thinking things like the rating scale (both their number and womens) and Disney fairy-tales to really understand women. Their scenes with Kirk are enjoyably like a crude, vulgar, sexual “Breakfast Club”. The way the scrawny, nervous, and unconfident Baruchel interacts with the beautiful and engaging Eve is also very likable and they do a nice job of handling the ups and downs of forming an honest, meaningful relationship (an almost foreign concept in today’s star-packaged romantic comedies). The way they finally handle the elephant in the room is also very effective. This is feel-good stuff, but it works.
Nothing special but it’s definitely watchable.
(I apologize in advance for not noting the names of the characters and their respective actors. It’s been a few days and there really wasn’t anyone in this movie that had a great performance or had done much else I’ve seen in the past)
I don’t expect much from movies like this. Movies are so hit and miss nowadays it’s hard to expect a lot from a comedy with a not so original premise and not much fanfare. Not that a movie needs to be hyped to be good (far from it) but I think you know what I mean.
This movie fills the minimum quota of laughs and they’re spread out pretty evenly throughout the film. It’s somewhat juvenile but that should be expected going in. Regardless if you feel you’re above that don’t bother. The rest of the movie is fine it’s just not very original.
The answer to why this girl is going out of her way for the main character isn’t really convincing. She’s dated attractive meatheads her whole life and wants to go in the complete opposite direction. Okay that’s cliché but I can accept that. The thing is there’s pretty much zero chemistry between the two characters and no realistic arc of them getting together. She just picks him because he’s not a gorgeous narcissist and that’s it. She admits as much later on but it still doesn’t explain why she puts up with so many strange things his family puts her through or his particularly unusual lack of self-esteem. I mean near the end of the movie it seems like it’s been months since they started dating and for some reason he still can’t believe she likes him and still isn’t comfortable being around her. That’s very hard for the viewer to believe and if he really was THAT devoid of self-esteem there’s no way she would have ever even taken a shot at going out with him. I know it’s just a comedy but a little believability on the part of the actors would have been nice. You get what you pay for in this case I suppose.
The only other complaint I had was that the ending was not only a cliché that’s been done a thousand times but that it was drug out for far too long. At least make it quick if you’re going to make us sit through something we’ve seen a bunch of times before.
The movie made me laugh and I was glad I watched it once. That’s a success in my book. I just think with a little more polish it would have been a smoother ride.
One minor note: One reason I wanted to see this is because I’m a native Pittsburgher and a big Penguin fan. I was a little disappointed they just made up player names like Reese and Fox. I mean come on: They got a bunch of Penguins to appear in that Van Damme movie Sudden Death. It would’ve been nice for them to get just one player, even a nobody, for the sake of a little authenticity. Very minor complaint though obviously. I have actually been to the Brillo Box, the place where the party near the end is held. I don’t believe the inside is the same place. The actual place is much, much smaller.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 44 min (104 min), 1 hr 44 min (104 min) (USA)
Genre Comedy, Romance
Director Jim Field Smith
Writer Sean Anders, John Morris
Actors Jay Baruchel, Alice Eve, T.J. Miller, Mike Vogel
Awards 1 nomination.
Production Company Mosaic Media Group
Sound Mix Dolby Digital, DTS, SDDS
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Laboratory DeLuxe (prints), Technicolor Digital Intermediates (digital intermediate)
Film Length 2,887 m (Portugal, 35 mm)
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision3 500T 5219)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (master format), Super 35 (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic), D-Cinema