Jojo Rabbit (\N)

Jojo Rabbit (\N)
  • 181801
  • PG-13
  • Genre: Comedy
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  • Original Title: Jojo Rabbit
  • Voted: 181801

A World War II satire that follows a lonely German boy named Jojo (Roman Griffin Davis) whose world view is turned upside down when he discovers his single mother (Scarlett Johansson) is hiding a young Jewish girl (Thomasin McKenzie) in their attic. Aided only by his idiotic imaginary friend, Adolf Hitler (Taika Waititi), Jojo must confront his blind nationalism.

1Roman Griffin DavisJojo Betzler
2Thomasin McKenzieElsa Korr
3Taika WaititiAdolf Hitler
4Sam RockwellCaptain Klenzendorf
  • Moving, hilarious...tragic by 10

    The trailer for the movie had me scratching my head but as a HUGE fan of Waititi I felt I ought to give it a shot.

    My best spoiler free review is that this is an original, outrageous film. The emotional gamut we are subjected to is whiplash inducing, but without the neck brace and ambulance chasing lawyers.

    Every actor is perfection. Young JoJo and Yorkie are devastatingly earnest and so talented. Sam Rockwell is always a master. Every subtle satire is underwritten with a grim level of truth. The soundtrack n unexpected choice.

    Go see it. Prepare yourself for quite a ride.

  • I laughed and I cried by 10

    This film was exceptional and one of the best I've seen this year. Watiti has great comedic vision and the cast is phenomenal. Jojo Rabbit was wierd , funny , heartwarming and heartbreaking and I think its definitely worth the watch.

  • From crying with laughter to tears of despair by 9

    For me this film is a total paradox. I have never laughed so hard in one scene and then cried like a baby in the next. It's unique. Go watch.

  • Humanity at its best by 10

    So good. Taika makes you experience joy, terror, love, hate all in one minute and then he jumps out and runs around in a Hitler costume.

    It's historically accurate too showing the polarisation of Germany during war time, indoctrination into the hitler youth and the storming of Berlin.

    100% would watch again.

  • Don't listen to critics and see it for yourself by 10

    Just watch it and see for yourself. My opinion, it was hilarious and heartfelt. The acting was superb. The story was thought provoking. It was funny at times and heartbreaking at times. I'm a huge fan of What We Do in the Shadows and I am huge fan of JoJo Rabbit. Go support this film in the theatre so more films like this can be made. I can't wait to see what Taika Waititi does next????P.SI'm a Jew

1Mihai Malaimare Jr.cinematographer
2Tom Eagleseditor
3Carthew Nealproducer
4Chelsea Winstanleyproducer
5Ra Vincentproduction_designer
6Christine Leunenswriter