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Updated: 12/05/2013 03:55:53PM


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This image released by Disney DreamWorks II Distribution Co. shows, from left, Britt Robertson, Amos VanderPoel, Vince Vaughn and Jack Reynor in a scene from "Delivery Man". (AP Photo/Disney-DreamWorks II Distribution Co., Jessica Miglio)


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“Delivery Man” is an unusual comedy starring Vince Vaughn, the big guy who has portrayed likable, amusing and fast-talking characters in other films. But this movie — and Vaughn’s character — is different.

First, there’s the odd story from writer/director Ken Scott, a remake from his own fairly recent original French-Canadian film “Starbuck.” Vaughn plays David Wozniak, an inept delivery truck driver for his family’s meat market. He learns that he has fathered 533 children from past sperm donations and now 142 of them have filed a class-action lawsuit to unmask his anonymity. His equally incompetent lawyer friend Brett (Chris Pratt) is there to help him but only makes the situation worse. Meanwhile, Wozniak starts poking, one-by-one, into the lives of his unaware legions of children and starts discovering his own inner father. Unlikely and absurd? You betcha.

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