I really liked the lead actor. Especially when he was in his underwear.
What I didn't like
There should have been real fire. I know it was probably a hazard or something. But I really wanted to see those pants burn.
My overall impression
This is a solid 90 minutes where you’ll be so entertained by real humans you won’t even think about checking your phone. (No one had cell phones in the 1970s anyway.) Well written, thoughtfully directed, and stellarly performed. Often funny, sometimes sad, and always quirky. I left with an urge to renew my LACMA membership, attend target practice, and buy a blonde wig.