See it if you are into a great writing with each character well developed and a relatable story for every generation and every race
Don't see it if you do not like August Wilson's play or African American story
See it if you are Amy Adams fan, or like a play with some sort of (superficial) movie quality (with some touch of original scores and mixed media)
Don't see it if you do not like the backdrop screen seemingly playing some irrelevant clips, or the story was divided evenly among mother, daughter & son
See it if you are Mark Rylance fan, into british dark comedy like Little Britain or Transpotting
Don't see it if you do not like actor throwing stuffs (including liquid) to the audience, or if you expect to see a serious drama play
See it if Great singing and dancing with traditionally produced and family friendly musicals. Jackman and Foster both are amazing too!
Don't see it if Prefer new/relevant-to-present musicals
See it if Loves great production with impressive staging n artistic direction. Effective story telling
Don't see it if Anti-harrypotter, doesn’t like parent-child stories. Scared of fires, lights n magic
See it if old-school nostalgic comedy collections with a bit exaggerated acting. Just a relaxed afternoon tea with some laughs
Don't see it if you are into in-dept thought provoking comedies and seeing a play with three acts integrated well with each other and timely adaption
See it if Typical off-broadway book, Some profound discussion of racial equality, provoking play writing n nice staging
Don't see it if Offended by sex scenes or on-stage nudity
See it if You like great singing (especially those two girls playing Marianne Laine n Mrs. Neilsen), enjoy Bob Dylan’s songs.
Don't see it if Quirky plots, some characters being too dramatic, having high expectations thinking it as good as Ferrymen
See it if You like great acting, solid story telling in a traditional theatrical presentation.
Don't see it if You are not into traditional plays, a racial equality denier
See it if Tourists, musical newbies, love mashup karaokes, traditional musicals
Don't see it if Into good storytelling in musicals, use of new media tech, dislike any changes against the movie
Also I wish Aaron Tveit could play Orpheus in Hadestown.