Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Now Available on DVD and Blu-ray -- Delivery Man, Starring Vince Vaughn and Chris Pratt (Review)

Disclosure:  I was sent a review copy from the vendor in order to write up an honest review. All views shared are mine and mine alone.



DON’T MISS VINCE VAUGHN, COBIE SMULDERS & CHRIS PRATT IN THE OUTRAGEOUS AND HEARTWARMING STORY ABOUT AN AFFABLE, MIDDLE-AGED UNDERACHIEVER WHO


FINDS OUT HE HAS FATHERED 533 CHILDREN

"In this heartwarming comedy, underachiever David Wozniak (Vince Vaughn) learns he’s actually an overachiever — he’s fathered 533 children via donations made twenty years earlier! David soon discovers that the shock of his life might just be the best thing that’s ever happened to him. Along the way he discovers not only his true self, but also the father he could become. Also starring Chris Pratt and Cobie Smulders — and complete with bonus materials, including behind-the-scenes footage — it’s a feel good movie that really delivers."


"Not normal to have 533 children"


Available Formats:    1-Disc Blu-ray, 1-Disc DVD, Digital HD/SD & On-Demand
Bonus Features:           Building Family (Blu-ray & Digital)
                                                Vince Vaughn: Off The Cuff (Blu-ray & Digital)
                                                “I Got The Part” (Blu-ray & Digital)
                                                Bloopers (Blu-ray, DVD & Digital)
Deleted Scene: You Are Under Arrest (Blu-ray, DVD & Digital)


*Digital bonus offerings will vary per retailer
Feature Run Time:     Approx. 105-minutes
Rated:                                 PG-13 (for thematic elements, sexual content, some drug material, brief violence and language)

To learn more visit www.facebook.com/DeliveryManMovie.


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My Thoughts:

What would you do if you found out your boyfriend fathered 533 children with his sperm donations? Now add being pregnant with yet another one of his children to the list?  What would you do?  While the storyline seems far fetched, you never know in today's day and age.

This movie, which stars Vince Vaughn as the man who fathers all these children is both a comedy and drama wrapped into one, making it the perfect movie to share with the family, watch for a girls night in or date night movie with your honey.  We missed this movie when it was in theaters, but kept hearing rave reviews from family and friends who saw it.  So, my husband and I have been eagerly awaiting this movies arrival on Blu-ray and DVD.  

Finally, this past Monday my husband and I sat down after the girls went to bed and watched it.  What a great movie this was.  We were laughing and then feeling for Vince's character throughout the movie. There were tender moments when he finally started meeting with the children (over 142 wanted to track him down and meet him).  From a daughter who tries to overdose to a son who doesn't seem to be going anywhere in life and calls himself an actor, to having a disabled son in a wheelchair -- these children and others think David is a great guy, not knowing that he is their father.

David spends the entire movie trying to fix his relationship with his girlfriend, who is pregnant. She wants a more stable boyfriend, who doesn't gamble or go spacey like Vince's character does.  He also has to decide if he wants to meet all the children his sperm fathered, and of the ones he meets, decide if he will tell them his true identity.

Kids make you grow up fast, and have you reevaluating your life, as you want to be a better person and be able to provide for your offspring.  But, what happens when you find out you fathered all these children?  Do you reach and try to have a relationship with them, or go about your life knowing this?

Vince Vaughn's character goes on an amazing journey of self discovery, as he comes to terms with the fact that he has children out there, as well as the fact that his girlfriend is having his baby.  You will find yourself feeling for David, and hoping that he turns his life around to be a better father and boyfriend, and that he can have some sort of relationship with all these children.

If you are looking for a great family-friendly movie to watch this upcoming weekend, or love Vince Vaughn, you will want to see this movie, which is now available to own on DVD and Blu-ray.

Disclosure:  I was sent a review copy from the vendor in order to write up an honest review. All views shared are mine and mine alone.

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