Jojo Rabbit Reviews

  • Jojo Rabbit
    • Genre : Drama, Comedy
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    • MPAA Rating : -
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    • Studio : Fox Searchlight Pictures
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  • the director, finds such strange, sweet humor in his storytelling that the movie somehow maintains its ballast, even when the tone inevitably (and it feels, necessarily) shifts
    Review rate : A- by Leah Greenblatt [Entertainment Weekly ]
  • Taika Waititi's self-proclaimed "anti-hate satire" "Jojo Rabbit" exists in service of a single idea, a notion so desperately idealistic that it lands somewhere between naivete and disingenuousness
    Review rate : D+ by Charles Bramesco [The Playlist ]
  • Taika Waititi's award-winning adaptation of Christine Leunens' novel "Caging Skies" is by turns hilarious, horrifying and ultimately heartbreaking
    4 of 5 by James Marsh [South China Morning Post ]
  • overall, "Jojo Rabbit" is a movie with a lot of heart, a lot of qualities that are sure to make it a hit with crowds, and just enough unique magic to make it one of the more pleasurable movie-going experiences of the year
    3.5 of 5 by Lindsey Romain [Nerdist ]
  • Jojo's story concludes far too easily for its own good. Yes, Taika Waititi has made a sugary fantasy in the most unlikely places. But in the process, it buries the awful truth
    Review rate : C by Eric Kohn [IndieWire ]
  • Jojo Rabbit is a sweet-natured, cheerful, brightly-coloured family comedy; Skipping back and forth between silliness and sadness, between happiness and horror, it's a film that, even when it isn't entirely working, astonishes you with its very existence
    4 of 5 by Nicholas Barber [BBC ]
  • 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
    by Owen Gleiberman [Variety ]
  • "Jojo Rabbit" isn't perfect; sometimes it strains to reconcile Taika Waititi's more relaxed beats with his visual fussiness. But he's legitimately breaking new ground. It will find an audience that gets it
    4 of 5 by Joshua Rothkopf [Time Out New York ]
  • "Jojo Rabbit" is uneven at times but ultimately offers sweetness, comedy and an idiotically hilarious Hitler
    4 of 5 by Katie Smith-Wong [HeyUGuys ]
  • "Jojo Rabbit" is more of a roast than a reckoning, which I suppose would be fine if it were only aiming for comedy. But this is a movie with lofty humanist ideas
    by K. Austin Collins [Vanity Fair ]
  • "Jojo Rabbit" excels with at least a sincerely attempted - if not exactly precise - balance of humour and horror, absurdity and tragedy
    3 of 4 by Barry Hertz [The Globe and Mail ]

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