See it if you’re peripherally aware of the politics at play.
Don't see it if you are a politically and socially conscious American who struggles with what should or should not be satirized.
See it if you’re dying to be in the same room as these two actors.
Don't see it if you don’t find perfectly preserved museum pieces interesting.
Also just painfully unfunny. No redeeming qualities to be found.
See it if you are open to an in-person experience that doesn't have to mean anything. You're open to just feel.
Don't see it if you demand a linear narrative in everything you see.
Also this is gorgeous. I was shivering and crying just from sheer beauty.
See it if you have a deep appreciation for Crystal and/or Borscht Belt humor.
Don't see it if you don’t have a concept of Billy Crystal’s legacy.
Also Crystal is sensational but everything else is pretty slight.