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See it if you've heard about it for years but never experienced it for yourself. It manages to be both silly and intelligent, and always entertains.
Don't see it if you like words with your entertainment. This is a modern take on the type of silent physical comedy Chaplin and Keaton did.
See it if you're looking for stellar acting across the board—especially Laurie Metcalf and Chris Cooper—and don't mind someone messing with a classic.
Don't see it if you're an Ibsen loyalist who is not interested in seeing "what happens next."
See it if you don't mind being challenged. Though it has flaws, it's an ambitious, well-acted and smartly written take on how we deal with death.
Don't see it if you prefer your theater to be told in a straightforward way. It jumps back and forth in time, leaving the audience to connect the dots.
See it if you're interested in an evening full of laughs with a storyline that doesn't get too deep. If offers a nice twist on the film.
Don't see it if you're looking for a shot-for-shot staging of the Bill Murray movie.