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Still Out of My League

By Barbara Shulgasser-Parker, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Romantic drama sequel has emotional intensity, language.

Movie NR 2021 100 minutes
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Still Out of My League is a good movie that at times doesn't trust how good it is, leading the filmmakers to fall back on formulaic plot turns of the kind frequently used in less engrossing movies. These are the only false notes here. Setting up a reason for a boyfriend to become jealous, Marta goes out with a handsome delivery guy, supposedly to determine if he is gay on behalf of her besotted roommate. Couldn't she just have asked? The messages nevertheless are engaging and earnest. A sought-after social influencer cares too much about her image and what others think, afraid to let the world knows she loves someone who isn't movie-star handsome. Finally, she's able to let go of her shame and let her followers know who he is. Note that the ending suggests a sequel.

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