The new Vince Vaughn comedy should have been called "The Dilemmas" - because it has several.

The new Vince Vaughn comedy should have been called "The Dilemmas" - because it has several.

It's one of those movies that can't quite decide what it wants to be, so it tries to be a little bit of everything.

Ronny Valentine (Vaughn) is a longtime bachelor thinking about taking the leap with his girlfriend, Beth (Jennifer Connelly). The couple matches up nicely with Ronny's longtime pal Nick (Kevin James) and his wife, Geneva (Winona Ryder).

As Ronny plots a grand proposal, he stumbles upon Geneva kissing another man (Channing Tatum) and must decide what - and how - to tell his friend.

"Dilemma" is being promoted as a zany comedy with hardly a mention that it's directed by (Oscar winner) Ron Howard.

Howard more successfully blended comedy and family drama in "Parenthood." Here it often feels like you're watching two different movies.

Vaughn and James just do what they do best: be likable without much range. The comedy falls a bit flat (except, shockingly, for prettyboy Tatum), but both Connelly and Ryder have moments of pretty great dramatic acting.

Adding to the confusion is an unnecessary subplot about electric muscle cars. The main dilemma here is that this movie can't pick a tone.