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The first one, in this crass comedy about an Average Joe who's dating a Way Above Average Jane, is little more than a riff on the infamous "hair-gel" scene in "There's Something About Mary," with the addition of a hungry dog.

If you have no idea what I'm talking about -- or why that description is even vaguely disgusting -- you're too old for this movie. If, on the other hand, the scenario strikes you as simply, well, awesome, you probably already have your ticket in hand, purchased in advance through Fandango.

She's Out of My League

He's a schlubby airport security screener without a college degree, and she's a gorgeous and successful lawyer-turned-party planner. In other words, they're about as unlikely a couple as we've seen since, say, Seth Rogen and Katherine Heigl in "Knocked Up.

Close your eyes and he sounds a little like Christian Slater, circa "Heathers. If John Mayer were reviewing this movie, he'd probably describe her as "sexual napalm," as he did ex-girlfriend Jessica Simpson in a recent Playboy interview.

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And yeah, it's just about that misogynistic. All of which leads Kirk to undergo, with descending frequency: Is there a word for the sound of laughter mixed with people throwing up in their mouths?

  1. There's nothing too revolutionary in this movie, but it rattles amiably along, with plenty of laughs, and like Steve Carell in The 40 Year Old Virgin, Kirk has a gallery of workplace buddies who are forever cracking wise at his expense and generally lowering his morale, which meets its nadir on meeting Molly's mum and dad, played by Alice Eve's real-life parents, Trevor Eve and Sharon Maughan.
  2. Contains pervasive crude language and unabated sexual content.
  3. If, on the other hand, the scenario strikes you as simply, well, awesome, you probably already have your ticket in hand, purchased in advance through Fandango. After much squealing, wielding of razor blades and flashing of Baruchel's bare buttocks, Kirk enlists the assistance of his married, somewhat more experienced buddy, Devon Nate Torrence.

The other show-stopping yuk -- or should that be yuck? If it sounds like a rip-off of the chest-waxing scene in "The 40 Year Old Virgin," it is.

Only here, Kirk's aim, like the movie's, is bit lower. After much squealing, wielding of razor blades and flashing of Baruchel's bare buttocks, Kirk enlists the assistance of his married, somewhat more experienced buddy, Devon Nate Torrence. Torrence tackles his barbering duties with the same perverse -- one might even say parental -- glee he brings to every scene he's in. Ah, but the moments with him are fleeting. Otherwise, the film reverts to default mode: Molly isn't the only one who's out of an admirer's league here.

Movie review: 'She's out of My League' has more yucks than yuks

The movie clearly aspires to rise to the smutty-but-sweet synergy of other, better films. But "She's Out of My League" can't touch them. Contains pervasive crude language and unabated sexual content.