Rated PG-13 · 105 minutes · 2013

Vince Vaughn battles to make this American remake of Starbuck (both the foreign and American versions are directed by Ken Scott) something worthwhile, and he almost wins. He plays David, a meat deliveryman who finds out he’s fathered more than 500 children due to sperm clinic donations, and some of those kids want to meet him. David finds out who some of the kids are, spies on them, and tries to serve them as some sort of guardian angel. The film, while containing some genuinely warm moments, lost me in the final stretch, where it gets overwhelmed by its dopey plot. Vaughn gives a good performance, as do some of the supporting cast (good to see SNL’s Bobby Moynihan getting some lines) but the pieces don’t add up. The outrageous premise screams for something a little less conventional than what Scott serves up. It’s one of those movies where you can predict all of the choices the protagonist is going to make, which results in boredom.
Director: Ken Scott
Producer: Andre Rouleau, Ray Angelic, Scott Mednick and Mark Sourian
Cast: Vince Vaughn, Chris Pratt, Cobie Smulders, Andrzej Blumenfeld, Simon Delaney, Bobby Moynihan, Dave Patten, Adam Chanler-Berat, Britt Robertson, Jack Reynor, Amos Vanderpoel, Derrick Arthur, Michael Oberholtzer, Stephen Ellis and Matthew Daddario


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Creative Loafing Tampa Delivery Man needs a better route Vince Vaughn latest vehicle is what you'd expect. by Anthony Salveggi 11/22/2013
Inlander A Meatier Movie Vince Vaughn's latest isn't what you'd expect by Seth Sommerfeld 11/21/2013
Chicago Reader The kids are all over in Delivery Man In Delivery Man, Vince Vaughn is a sperm donor with 533 children. by J.R. Jones 11/27/2013
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Creative Loafing Charlotte Delivery Man: A flaccid endeavor Rating: *1/2 by Matt Brunson 11/22/2013
Portland Mercury Children of a Lesser Vaughn Delivery Man's schlocky identity crisis. by Zac Pennington 11/20/2013
Indy Week Delivery Man is a grown-up comedy for Vince Vaughn All of its unexpected merits are not meant to suggest that Delivery Man is great; hell, it's hard to definitively qualify it as good. by Isaac Weeks 11/20/2013
North Coast Journal Better Men by John J. Bennett 11/21/2013
The Coast Halifax Delivery Man Vaughan makes a pretty good guardian angel, as it turns out by Jacob Boon 11/21/2013
Connect Savannah Review: Delivery Man Vaughn proves to be a dull leading man, shooting blanks in a feeble attempt to arouse audience sympathy. by Matt Brunson 11/20/2013
North Coast Journal Where's the Fire? Dallas wins this movie week by John J. Bennett 11/28/2013

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