Delivery Man

Delivery Man

An affable underachiever finds out he's fathered 533 children through anonymous donations to a fertility clinic 20 years ago. Now he must decide whether or not to come forward when 142 of them file a lawsuit to reveal his identity.

A unexpected situation happens with Brett, a normal delivery, has just broken in love. One day, he discoveries that he has 533 children, which is the results of the anonymous sperm donations. Besides, he also gets into trouble with his 142 children. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Delivery Man torrent reviews

Wyn S (us) wrote: Nope. Not a good one here. Sharknado was a lot better and that's not saying much.

Kim M (de) wrote: Would you like proof that movies should be sub-titled instead of dubbed? Watch this movie. Seriously. I want to rate this movie slightly higher, but I just can't. The dub was so, so, so terrible. Did they just find random people off the street with no acting ability to do it? Because that would explain it.Terrible dub aside, it's an alright movie. It's a good idea...melting glaciers leads to nightmare monsters. The special effects are OK. Not SYFY level, but not great. The relationships between the main character and his ex is mostly just thrown in there to try to make a love story of sorts. I thought that was unnecessary. But overall, it's interesting enough for a watch as long as you can deal with the 'so terrible it's almost good' (in a comedic way) dub.

Taylor W (it) wrote: I am a huge Superman fan, but even I have to say this was horible, such a jumble of storylines that seemed smashed together with no real sense. Horrible, especially given the stellar cast.

Scott A (mx) wrote: Actually not bad, despite some of the puppets looking really bad. Tunneler and Leech Woman especially look...just off. This takes place directly after Toulon killed himself in the very original film. It was good to once again see that original puppet we only saw at the very beginning of the original. I did like the new puppet Ninja!

Erica B (nl) wrote: Sharply written, it's a slow burn of a film. This is horror for intellectuals. Very well done.

Jack Prebble (it) wrote: absoutley brilliant... funny realistic.. with a good message =)

Hsiang Ju H (ru) wrote: Story can be told without any words. This is so like the way that my dreams are.

Yessenia T (es) wrote: I have it and it's a great movie!!

SV G (fr) wrote: Cute, and where funny at first the joke gets old fairly fast...the performances of Paul Giamatti and Ned Beatty in this give it more value than it would otherwise have for me...but?, for a famly film it's not too bad really. Silly fun...about an English boy who can't stop farting ..and learns that his "unique gift" can actually be put to some very good use to help out the American Space Program.

Arion K (ag) wrote: Quite enjoyable wif this three girls inside e show..

Kris W (gb) wrote: "She was the biggest thing that ever hit him until he played football." "A boy that just won't be beaten." A surprisingly engaging story of puppy love and friendship in a teen setting, this film focuses on the title character (Corey Haim), who is nerdy but winningly outgoing. He falls madly for a new girl in town (Kerri Green); since school is out for the summer, he becomes her only friend--until she meets his hunky pal (Charlie Sheen). Great 80's teen comedy also features Courtney Thorne-Smith (Melrose Place) as Sheen's g/f, Winona Ryder as a student, and Jeremy Piven and Tom Hodges (Hogan Family) as jocks. Ben: Did you hear about Lucas? It's suicide! Rena: What do you mean? Ben: He's gone out for the football team! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Cappie: Are you interested in politics? Maggie: So so. Cappie: Are you interested in cars? Maggie: No. Cappie: Are you interested in wide receivers? Maggie: What's that? Cappie: The position I play. Maggie: Oh, is that what you do? Sorta. Cappie: Are you interested in being kissed? Maggie: Yes. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lucas: If you're so depressed, how come you're eating pizza? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lucas: This equipment doesn't fit. Coach: No, it's you that don't fit. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lucas: Either you're an athlete or you're not an athlete. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lucas: You can't ever make me quit, EVER! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Coach: Bly, in! Lucas: What position? Coach: Prone! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [Lucas goes to his bike] Maggie: Where are you going? Lucas: To the dance. Maggie: By yourself? Lucas: Hey, I'm a party animal. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Coach: Hear me good, you pissant! Because I'm only going to tell you one more time. Lucas: Don't you call me that! Don't you call me a pissant you dumb fucking jock! Coach: What'd you say? Lucas: You heard me, pencil-brain! I mean, who are we kidding here, who is the pissant? The second-rate coach of a third rate team or me? Coach: What's your name? Lucas: Lucas! Coach: I mean your last name! Lucas: Bly! Coach: You're right Bly. I've got nothing to lose by sending you in. Karger out! Bly in! Lucas: What position? Coach: Prone. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Maggie: You know how wonderful you are? Lucas: Yeah, but it doesn't turn you on, does it? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bruno: Guys, what do you say? You coming out for the football team or not? We're trying to find you a jersey but we're all out of pup tents. Ben: You should talk, shit breath! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bruno: Luke, Luke! Get that ball away and puke! Ben and Luke! I'm going to puke! Lucas: Let's go... Ben: Don't let him scare you away! Lucas: Scare me away? Ben: Yeah, just tell him to eat shit. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lucas: I guess everybody has their own idea of fun. Some people go to football games. Other people do less superficial things. Maggie: Look, just because you don't approve of something, doesn't mean other people don't have a right to enjoy it. You're in the band aren't you? Lucas: Yeah? Maggie: So? Lucas: So? Maggie: So the band goes to football games! Lucas: We're totally different! Maggie: Why? Lucas: Because the band does not have fun there! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lucas: There is a dance on Friday and if you and Alise could take Maggie and me, it'd be great. See, she has to meet people. She has a strong need for acceptance. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Cappie: I'm just being nice to her. Alise: Well, stop being nice to her! I don't want you talking to her anymore, I don't want to turn around and see you walking with her and smiling at her. I don't want her in this car on Friday night. We're not giving her any ride to any goddamn dance, she can put her fat ass on the back of Lucas's bike where it damn well belongs! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lucas: They say that aggression is an expression of sexual feeling. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lucas: Are you referring to the size of my penis? Bruno: Yeah, I am. Lucas: With a flaccid penis, it's the number of folds that count. Besides, I'm not semi-erect like some of you guys here. Bruno: What did you say? Lucas: A University of Chicago study. You can tell the fags in a warm shower by who's got the longest dong. Hey, yours seems to be growing even now. Bruno: The hell it is! Lucas: It IS, look! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ben: Why'd Tragle have to kill himself and leave us with this jackass? Tonto: Sex-crazed, that's why. Rena: He wasn't sex-crazed! He was in love! Tonto: With a dental technician? Rena: Not everybody has to be beautiful to have someone fall in love with them. Tonto: You don't kill yourself over a dental technician. Tonto: You ever hear of "Romeo and Juliet"? Tonto: Was she a dental technician? Rena: No, but people do kill themselves when they can't have the one they love! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Rena: Throw it to Lucas! Maggie: Throw it to Lucas! Ben: Throw it to Lucas! Band Member: Throw it to Lucas! Coach: No, don't throw it to Bly! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lucas: Go eat pizza. Don't let me ruin your depression.

Gustavo F (es) wrote: One of the movies that caused a definite impact in my appreciation of movie art.

John A (ca) wrote: This Slasher Remake Is A Disaster From Start To Finish. Thought It Would Be Quite Entertaining As The Plot Was Different But Turns Into A Heavily Clichd Film Which Sucks From Start To Finish.

Private U (es) wrote: fresh new cast but didn't really like this one

Greg C (it) wrote: There are some movies that you see when they're released and you love, then years later they lose their luster. This was one of them for me. I seem to have really enjoyed this movie back in the 80s, but now it seems stupid and a waste of time.

Calvin R (ag) wrote: Fast Five brings life back to the franchise. Sleek, action, great story, and strong performance.

Paul T (gb) wrote: Pretty hilarious and a good exploration of Greek culture. Flows nicely and a sweet film.

Christopher H (kr) wrote: If I discovered anything from "When A Stranger Calls", it is that inside me lives a vast hatred for the sound of a ringing phone. Amidst a chorus of those rings is an attempt at a home invasion thriller that sees a babysitter answering the phone to heavy breathing, casual threats, and fellow classmates playing jokes. Camilla Belle plays the role of innocent babysitter just fine, but remains a blank canvas that is never quite painted in. With poor decision after poor decision, I found myself cheering for Tommy Flanagan to finish her off, or to at least finish me off, so that I would not have to watch any more of this sordid cat and mouse thriller. One thing that never fails to amaze me is how ill-prepared these serial killers are for a female that will fight back, regardless of how small and weak they are.

Michael D (nl) wrote: This was ok. I loved the social commentary on the religious zealots and the counterpoint of science. Overall not great, but had a few funny moments. An okay spoof movie.