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See it if Unique characters in an cliched plot. Humorous take on a family dealing with alcoholism and cancer.
Don't see it if The two characters who represent the future are one-dimensional. Becomes tiresome and predictable.
See it if The singing is great. Dylan songs are reflective. Band terrific. Set terrific. Story is sad, sad, sad. A tone poem.
Don't see it if Dylan songs do not lend themselves to action.
See it if you enjoy historical drama. A rethinking of Lorca's The House of Bernarda Alba set in Creole New Orleans before the Louisiana Purchase.
Don't see it if Are not ready to concentrate on a complicated storyline. Knowing Lorca's play will help.
See it if If you like "12-step" discussions and are interested in the problems of group homes.
Don't see it if If you're not interested in a present day, feminist remix of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.
See it if This is terrific political theater. The premise is naïve but refreshingly optimistic. Be prepared to think!
Don't see it if If you don't want to be challenged by feminist ideology, try to open yourself to this unique (but everywoman) journey.
See it if This is a brilliant concept. The simplicity heightens the storytelling. All elements mesh beautifully. Steven Skybell is terrific. Kudos!
Don't see it if Don't miss this one!
See it if If you're love rock n' toll and the songs of Leiber and Stoller. Fine singers, beautifully staged, choreographed. Great humor.
Don't see it if Do not want to transported!