Isn't It DeliciousHD Closed Captioning
Michael Patrick Kelly
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About the Movie
A fractured family of misfits finds and tries to fix themselves in this hilarious and heartbreaking story of a mother who seeks understanding.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 5
- Fresh: 2
- Rotten: 3
- Average Rating: 0.0/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Rotten: "Isn't It Delicious" has so little nuance that it's sad in unintentional ways.
Fresh: Kelly's first narrative feature registers low on the cinematic-oomph scale, the production's low budget sometimes all too evident. Its aim is true, though, and Kathleen Chalfant infuses the lead role with an elegant ferocity.
Rotten: Despite Chalfant's typically stellar work as a flinty, dying matriarch of a highly dysfunctional Irish-Catholic family, Michael Patrick Kelly's clumsily executed, low-budget feature is an unfortunate misfire.
Rotten: Too much of Isn't It Delicious is either sketchy or hokey, trading an honest exploration of Joan's destructive self-absorption for a family finding peace through dispassionate compassion.