'Three Men And A Baby (1987)' tells the story of... well, three men and a baby. One day, a crib rocks up on the doorstep of thee bachelor roommates (though one of them is out of town for quite some time) and the unsuspecting soon-to-be-dads have to figure out how to take care of the baby it carries until someone comes to take her off their hands. They also have to contend with a mysterious package that some unsavoury types - as well as the cops - are looking for. It's a typical sort of 'fish out of water' comedy that focuses on the evolving relationship the three men have with the child, initially finding it a nuisance but eventually coming to love it as their own. Sure, it follows a tried-and-tested formula, but it follows it fairly well. It's enjoyable enough and has a few chuckle-worthy moments. Having said that, the thing isn't all that engaging or, even, memorable. Plus, it rockets past its natural conclusion with a bizarrely extended final movement that really feels as though it should have had more screen-time (it certainly feels more relevant than the almost obligatory drug plotline). When it comes down to it, the movie is perfectly passable entertainment. It's good enough for what it is, I suppose, even if I find myself less aware of its existence with each passing moment. 6/10.