This clumsy comic fable, which mixes Catholic themes, family infighting and a flurry of lame wisecracks, is no gift from God. After thousands of dollars in $20 bills miraculously rain down in the front yard of a loose-knit family of eccentrics, the moolah is seen as an answer to their individual prayers and promptly divvied up. Years later, the youngest family member (who has since become a devout nun) convinces her siblings and in-laws to give the money back.
Since the dough was spent long ago, they all agree to raise the equivalent cash via a big charity dance. The writing, directing and acting Burton sisters (five of them) collaborated on this feel-good movie that conjures Kaufman and Hart comedies from the '30s. But the lines lack their incisive, topical wit and come across as different shades of vanilla. Not quite worth your cash, found or not.