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Jojo Rabbit

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During the height of the Nazi Empire, a young boy whose imaginary friend happens to be Adolf Hitler, finds his world turned upside-down when he discovers a Jewish girl living in his attic.

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What we think

[The film] lingers in an uncomfortable midpoint where its alleged satire is only ever evasive and vague.
★★☆☆☆ | Read in full: Jojo Rabbit film review Tom Barnard We Love Cinema

What others think

There are no insights to be had – and no laughs.
Peter Bradshaw The Guardian
Ludicrously billed as an anti-hate satire, Taika Waititi’s Jojo Rabbit is so concerned with making its thematic intentions unmistakable that it neglects to be a satire of any kind.
Jake Cole Little White Lies
Love it or hate it, Taika Waititi’s singularly silly take on the WWII coming-of-age movie is damn near impossible to shake.
Peter Travers Rolling Stone
Taika Waititi’s most daring film isn’t his most successful. But among the tonal clashes there’s real hope, humanity, and no-bones-about-it Nazi-bashing at a time when that’s depressingly necessary.
Ben Travis Empire
It’s a feel-good movie, all right, but one that uses the fake danger of defanged black comedy to leave us feeling good about the fact that we’re above a feel-good movie.
Owen Gleiberman Variety

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UK release date

01 Jan 2020