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Jojo Rabbit

Jojo Rabbit

Release Date: 01/01/2020 (GB)
Rating: 12A

Original Language    :    English
Release Date    :    01/01/2020 (GB)
Genre    :    Comedy, War, Drama
Time    :    01 Hours 48 Minutes
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A World War II satire that follows a lonely German boy whose world view is turned upside down when he discovers his single mother is hiding a young Jewish girl in their attic. Aided only by his idiotic imaginary friend, Adolf Hitler, Jojo must confront his blind nationalism.

Rating:   IMDb  / 4.5

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written by SWITCH. on 15 December 2019
Through his use of music and uncanny ability to find humour and heart in the darkest of moments, Taika Waititi has created an everlasting story that gives the power back to the persecuted and hope to the lost. ‘Jojo Rabbit' will make you cry from laughter, cry from emotional pain, and cry with hope. It is simply stunning in all its facets, and a truly remarkable and unexpected film. - Jess Fenton Read Jess' full article... https://www.maketheswitch.com.au/article/review-jojo-rabbit-taika-waititi-strikes-comedy-gold-again-with-adolf-hitler

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written by Gimly on 1 January 2020
Manages to somehow be one of the most raw and confronting looks at various aspects of WWII I've ever seen, and yet also often genuinely very funny. I'm not sure if that's really something that you should do... But Taika did anyway, and I loved it. Final rating:★★★½ - I really liked it. Would strongly recommend you give it your time.

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written by dutchdutch on 13 January 2020
Funny, light-hearted and delightful, Jojo Rabbit is a charming, and at times poetic, celebration of friendship, romance and peace, and a cheerful ode to our capability, and bravery, to save and love beyond boundaries.

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written by Stephen Campbell on 17 January 2020
A hilarious piece of political satire that isn't afraid to be serious The great danger of lying is not that lies are untruths, and thus unreal, but that they become real in other people's minds. Christine Leunens; Caging Skies (2004) We live in dangerous times. In this era of political regression, racists, xenophobes, neo-Nazis, white supremacists, white separatists, and fascists, once confined to the periphery of civilised society, have wormed their way back into the cultural mainstream, preaching hate and intolerance under the guise of terms such as 'nationalism' and 'pa... read the rest.

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written by Matthew Brady on 27 January 2020
'Your mother took me in. She's kind. She treats me like a person.' Taika Waititi is on a roll recently and rightfully so, because he's got a great comedic vision. 'Jojo Rabbit' is a World War II satire that's both hilarious and surprisingly tragic. Joy, terror, love, hate all in one movie. Waititi knows how far to take a joke and how humor can put on light on ugly issues. While absurd looking on the surface, but on a deeper look it's something unique. Newcomers Roman Griffin Davis and Thomasin McKenzie take center stage upon the big cast. Their comedic timing, emotional range and over... read the rest.

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written by msbreviews on 5 February 2020
If you enjoy reading my Spoiler-Free reviews, please follow my blog @ https://www.msbreviews.com Taika Waititi delivers one of those films I absolutely love for the exact same reasons some people deeply hate it. His seamless balance between comedy and war drama makes Jojo Rabbit a thought-provoking yet hilarious depiction of how ridiculous Hitler's followers were. Roman Griffin Davis offers one of the best young performances of the millenium, and the rest of the cast is pitch-perfect. There's a lot of laughs, but also a lot of heart. Still, be warned: if you're easily offended, this movie i... read the rest.

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written by JPV852 on 26 February 2020
Thought the first 35-40 minutes to be rather dull and unfunny, however the rest really brought the film together and made the first part make more sense what Waititi was doing. Some nice moments with Davis and McKenzie although can't say I fell in love with this, but still glad I watched. 3.5/5

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written by Guruch on 29 March 2020
Where this film may have missed the mark for some people is in its comedy, insofar as audiences expect a certain depth of humour from Waititi's films. Nevertheless, Jojo Rabbit is tremendously endearing, especially through the titular character's innocent portrayal by actor Roman Griffin Davis. Its poignant ending—the last scene of which I'd rewinded about 5 times—brought a smile to my face. Likewise, the appended Rilke quote seals the film as a tremendous work of art.

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written by MatthewWilsonABC on 10 April 2020
Jojo Rabbit is wild. Heart-warming yet heart-breaking. Laugh-out-loud funny yet nerve-racking. This film is crazy good and offensively amazing. Please don't feel guilty for laughing, just enjoy the show.

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written by tylero on 31 July 2020
I almost feel bad for not liking this more.

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