How can you not love Andy Dick(even in a B-movie like this)?
Andy Dick made the most of his trip into low budget made-for-cable land. This was a role that many actors would have embarrassingly sleep-walked through, the kind of role that your average 90's sitcom star on the skids would have done for the paycheck - which I'm sure Dick did. But, instead of giving a half-hearted performance, he really made the most of a hokey script about a delivery man for an adoption service that loses the recipient family's baby. I found myself watching the whole thing despite my better objections. Funny guy. With all the talk of his past addiction problems, I hope he doesn't go the Robert Downey Jr. route. Hopefully he won't be stuck in made-for-cable land for long.
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