Delivery Man doesn't inspire a whole lot of confidence - everything about its publicity campaign suggests that this is yet another frat-boy comedy built around Vince Vaughn's arrested-development screen persona. This time, he isn't crashing a wedding or getting an internship at Google: he's fathering 533 kids! It sounds terrible, but actually isn't - at least in its first half, which is an interesting, emotionally powerful look at the notions of fatherhood and responsibility. It's actually a shame that the film stumbles as determinedly as it does into its uncomfortably cheerful ending.
Genius, like all good things, tends to come in pairs. At least, that's what Guy Ritchie would like us to believe, with his latest sequel to 2009's Sherlock Holmes featuring not only the usual crackling chemistry between Robert Downey Jr and Jude Law, but also a new nemesis in the form of diabolical genius, Dr Moriarty.