With its satirical stance, Jojo Rabbit is a bold film that hits hard and makes for an overwhelming cinematic experience.
Jojo Rabbit, of course, is about the gradual friendship between Elsa and Jojo. But it is how Taika Waititi tackles this, mocking the narratives we build about people (any people) different (any different) from us, that makes this special.
Jojo Rabbit is a blast. It’s filled with raucous energy, and it hits beats across the emotional spectrum with stunning precision.
Equal parts hilarious and heart-warming, the filmmaker proves that comedy is a powerful tool that can elucidate and satirise a complex issue like intolerance
Fundamentally flawed and tonally off-putting, director Taika Waititi’s follow-up to Thor: Ragnarok is the most well-made bad movie of 2019.