You have to wonder if there is a bit of a bias against any Vince Vaughn movie by reviewers. I don't care for Vince Vaughn movies typically, but I watched "The Delivery Man" over this weekend. Sure, it's a remake of the Canadian movie "Starbuck," and while "The Delivery Man" wasn't nominated for any Oscars, I thought it was a great little comedy. Extremely poignant in some scenes, yet it netted only a 38 on Rotten Tomatoes. This month, "The Heat" starring Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy is featured on HBO-Go, while Miss Bullock and McCarthy are extremely talented actors, but it's the same ole Melissa McCarthy role: physical comedy that's for a woman character with a take-no-prisoners philosophy in any situation and she won't be ever crossed. Then set that same character in a cookie cutter "Odd Couple" cop duo story (like we have NEVER EVER seen that before!) and you end up with this movie. And McCarthy's role in this is exactly what you've seen her do already in "Identity Thief" or "Brides Maids," or "This is 40." But checking on RT, "The Heat" scored a 66 with generally good reviews. Go figure.