Delivery Man

By wendywhaley
Written December 01, 2013
It was a good movie to laugh to. I did not want to see a heavy movie and this just hit the spot. Good laughs, nice story, good acting.
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laughing out loud

By HEIDITALK
Written December 04, 2013
This movie was actually quite funny and also heartwarming too. We can all relate to at least one of the significant characters in the film and they touched us, we were embarrassed for them and mostly we just laughed out loud. Vince did a believable job and his brothers and fathers and kids were all very well cast. It was the funniest movie I've seen since the Heat. Its a date movie, a family movie or an "I need to stop crying about my life and laugh" movie.
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Very sweet

By buttertopping312
Written November 23, 2013
I thought we would get our typical Vince Vaughn "rant" but this movie had no such thing - it was very sweet and touching...good holiday movie.
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Delivery Man delivers, sort of

By rusciano
Written November 25, 2013
I didn't expect much from this movie, so I was actually pleasantly surprised. Unlike many films where the previews pretty much capture the best moments, this film actually works when it reveals its heart late in the story. Vince Vaughn once again plays one of the slacker-who-learns-his-lesson part, but he does it quite well. If you are looking for a film with not much substance, but one that will leave you smiling, this one is it. There is not much substantial here, and it is predictable, but it works and is worthwhile for a lazy afternoon when you feel like attending a movie.
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Cute, But SERIOUSLY Flawed

By MarltonAuthor
Written November 23, 2013
The premise of this movie is cool, but the execution is sophomoric. I won't be specific for the benefit of those who want to see it. However, when an illogical plot element is so glaring that I immediately caught it, that indicates that the writer and producers assume the audiences are idiots who don't pay attention to details. The character of Ryan was unable to be a party to the lawsuit. Enough said. It has it's humorous and heart-tugging moments, but it is a shame that a premise this good is marred by inconsistencies and glaring omissions. Where is the wife of Chris Pratt's character? She is never mentioned. How did a disbarred attorney end up being a caregiver to four toddlers? What the hell? The only time worth viewing this is when it comes to regular cable, not pay-per-view. A major waste,
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