I'm never quite sure exactly who the target audience is for a DVD release like She's Out of My League. It racked up mediocre to poor reviews, but then again comedies are like horror movies: reviews are almost irrelevant. A thing either scares you or it doesn't, and a thing either makes you laugh or it doesn't. Still, the comedies that you'd think are likely to wind up in people's home collections are the ones that really make a mark: your 40-Year-Old Virgins, your Hangovers. Are there really people out there so enamored of She's Out of My League that they simply have to own it? I guess Paramount and Jay Baruchel both hope so.

In League, Apatow regular Jay Baruchel meets-cute the lovely Molly (Alice Eve) and can't believe his luck when they begin dating. And I mean literally can't believe, because he's constantly gnawed at by self-doubt and the belief that she is indeed out of his league and the whole thing is destined to end in tears. Don't worry though, I have a feeling these two crazy kids will work it all out. Probably after a terrible misunderstanding around the 70-minute mark.

If you're one of the theoretical fans out there, you'll be able to purchase She's Out of My League on Blu-ray, DVD, and Video On Demand June 22nd. Oddly, Paramount isn't going the now standard route of advertising this as an "unrated cut," but it does sport the usual comedy-DVD array of deleted scenes and an alternate ending.

She's Out of My League Special Features
  • Deleted Scenes -- With optional commentary by director Jim Field Smith
  • Extended Ending
  • Blooper Reel
  • Devon’s Dating Show -- A hilarious “do’s & don’ts” guide to dating for guys
  • Commentary by director Jim Field Smith

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