JoJo rabbit is a reference perspective on war from the comical view of a child in Nazi Germany, and even with these dark subject matters, Taika Waititi creates a well directed movie that is enjoyable, comedic, and still handles the tone well. JoJo Rabbit has a good progression with enjoyably lighthearted characters that are likeable from their first moments on scene, there are characters clearly designed to be disliked and even the highlight the absurd casualness of life in Nazi Germany and its ideals. The movie is brilliantly fun to watch as you root for JoJo through his time that’s shown and the direction from Waititi allows scenes to pop and stand out from others while still having no weak points, overall, 4/5
@Rook of the Hamilton Public Library's Teen Review Board

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