She's Out of My League is a middling raunchy comedy, but it has a few things to recommend it. One is that it is fairly artful with its raunch, which is to say that even the smuttiest parts, including a prolonged sequence about premature ejaculation, are generally in the service of character and story. Another is some genuinely well-turned jokes, including a series of sight gags predicated on the remarkably unflattering uniforms of the Transportation Security Administration.
The Pittsburgh locations are attractive. The cast is funny, especially leading man Jay Baruchel (Knocked Up) and T.J. Miller as his boorish sidekick. And there's a gratifyingly eccentric preoccupation with the world of aviation.
She's Out of My League more or less recapitulates the plot of Knocked Up: an accomplished, attractive woman (Alice Eve's event planner/lawyer) falls for an undistinguished schlub (TSA agent Baruchel). The much better Knocked Up sparked a thoughtful national conversation about a generation of slacking young men. I don't see League sparking many thoughtful conversations, not least because of a disappointing misogynistic streak. But there are worse ways to spend an evening.