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Jojo Rabbit

2019 . Comedy, War, Drama . 1h 48m

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About the movie

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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.

Actors:

Roman Griffin Davis, Thomasin McKenzie, Scarlett Johansson, Taika Waititi, Sam Rockwell

Director:

Taika Waititi

Rated:

PG-13

Writer:

Christine Leunens (based upon the book 'Caging Skies' by), Taika Waititi (screenplay by)

Language:

English, Deutsch

Release:

18 Oct 2019

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Reviews

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Bishal Saha image

3 weeks ago

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A film tackles tragi-comedy of how a boy JoJo is swept up into real life waters of the training of war heroes/criminals called brain wash propaganda. It's definitely a movie worth watching!

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Mathijs Mathijs

3 weeks ago

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Een van de betere films over de tweede Wereldoorlog. Heel veel lachen over een jongetje met als beste vriend Adolf die er echter niet voor schuwt om dat verschrikkingen te laten zien.

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Stefano Rodriguez Velez

1 month ago

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Great movie sheitzen!!!🥸

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J F

1 month ago

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Was not expecting this movie to be this good!

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Montu Shah

1 month ago

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Heartwarming film. Humor is good enough for even child

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Amber Avent

2 months ago

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lost a point because taikia watiti played a likable version of hitler

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Mohammed Ayaan

2 months ago

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Hard to execute this type of films this beautifully

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Tanya P image

2 months ago

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Heartwarming film that made me laugh so much considering its topic. I love Taika Waititi's humour, the young boys' characters were so lovable and the film was beautifully put together, comparable to Wes Anderson in terms of colour palettes and composition. Would highly recommend.

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V Rai

3 months ago

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Taika Waititi is just awesome!

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Navneet Patel

3 months ago

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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.

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Andy U

4 months ago

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Emotionally gut-wrenching while also downright brilliant. A must watch

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Cailin Cowley

4 months ago

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I’d heard a lot of good reviews for this movie and was def let down. Not much of a plot moving the story forward and I didn’t get attached to any of the characters.

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Billy Macklin

4 months ago

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Jojo Rabbit is an anti-hate satire that tells the story of a 10-year-old boy who is indoctrinated into the Hitler's Nazi Youth Camp discovers that his mother is hiding a young Jewish girl in their attic, so this boy has to learn on how to deal with it. Aided by his imaginary friend... Adolf Hitler. *Yes I said it right. Hitler is his imaginary friend.* Weirdly for a movie that tells a story about a young boy who wants to be a nazi. The movie shows us about love, acceptance, open-mindedness, and the absurdity & silliness of hate through humor and the view of a 10-year-old kid. This is a complete contrast from the book that the movie was adapted from, "Caging Skies" by Christine Leunens. Which has a dark story. But this movie is cheerful, bright, witty, funny, heartwarming but also heartbreaking at the same time. There's nothing I can hate about this film. It's a rollercoaster of emotions. You'll feel happy, sad, angry, laughter, and other kinds of emotion. I still can't understand how Taika Waititi nailed this kind of emotion. It's a perfect balance. Sadly, the movie can be easily misunderstood by some people and might rub people the wrong way. I highly encouraged everyone to watch this movie. It's one of the most incredible & original stories ever told in cinema. It's bright, heartwarming & funny but doesn't downplay the dark side of the war.

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