Delirious (1991) - Comedy, Fantasy

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A soap opera writer gets hit on the head and wakes up as a character in his own show.

IMDB: 5.9
Director: Tom Mankiewicz
Stars: John Candy, Mariel Hemingway
Length: 96 Minutes
PG Rating: PG
Reviews: 3 out of 40 found boring (7.5%)

One-line Reviews (18)

If you are looking for a film that is enjoyable and fairly pleasing this one has a good feel to it.

And how many times did they have to run the same boring riff about soap opera plots twists?

All in all, enjoyable.

The problem is that the soap opera is fake and the only compelling character is Candy.

It was enjoyable and fun to watch.

I guess that "Delirious" was mostly one of John Candy's innocuously silly placeholders in between his really great roles, but it's still a fairly entertaining one.

Not great, but worth watching.

Many people on IMDB say this movie is boring and that there is no laughs.

An enjoyable premise and pulled off really well in spots, Delirious is a fun film that spoofs soap's (similar to the TV show Soap)by allowing a soap writer played by John Candy to dream that he is in the soap opera he writes for.

Worth watching late night.

John Candy worked so hard trying to make something of this turgid script, but it was a waste of his time.

An enjoyable bit of comedy fluff 7/10

Deliriously Boring .

It's Hollywood schmaltz but rather enjoyable and good for silly giggles.

John Candy is as engaging and as superbly comic as ever in this little gem.

A low budget rewrite, that is slow in spots.

Its not the best movie by any means, but greatly above standard and really enjoyable.

I thought I'd delve into the lesser known movies of John Candy and this really did have many laugh out loud moments, 90 enjoyable minutes.