Inverting traditional male-female roles with a dreary lack of imagination, She’s Out of My League tells the guy-friendly romantic comedy tale of ugly-duckling airport security agent Kirk (regular Judd Apatow player Jay Baruchel), who inadvertently winds up in a relationship with super-hot party planner Molly (Alice Eve). Kirk’s self-consciousness about this romance is amplified by Molly’s hunky ex Cam (Geoff Stults) and a cadre of smart-ass friends who reinforce the notion that Kirk is a 5 and Molly is a “hard 10.” Throw in Kirk’s wacky family and his awful former flame (Lindsay Sloane), and you’ve got a scenario ripped straight from a screenwriting computer program. Director Jim Field Smith hits every predictable note in the genre’s playbook while attempting to deliver some bawdy dude humor, which here takes the dismal guise of a running joke about premature ejaculation (and a dog!) as well as another gag involving one man cheerily shaving another’s testicles. No amount of faux-smuttiness, however, can disguise the squishy kissy-poo template that guides these male-fantasy proceedings, which are so formulaic that the film actually ends with the lamest rom-com cliché of all – the race through the airport to find true love – and, as such, proves to be in the exact same league as the so-called “chick flicks” of Julia Roberts and Sandra Bullock.