Jojo Rabbit Review: Taika Waititi's WWII Movie Is One of a Kind [Fantastic Fest 2019]

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Jojo Rabbit Review: Taika Waititi's WWII Movie Is One of a Kind [Fantastic Fest 2019]
Taika Waititi has followed up his breakout hit Thor: Ragnarok with an audacious, totally unique and, surprised to say, rather funny, take on World War II with his latest, Jojo Rabbit. War movies have been a staple in Hollywood for decades and, at this point, it's hard to break new ground. It's hard to tell a story that feels like it hasn't been told in this massive, important corner of world history. Yet, Waititi has managed to do just that in what serves as another fine entry in his already terrific filmography.

Jojo Rabbit centers on an awkward young German boy named Jojo (Roman Griffin Davis). Jojo doesn't have much in the way of friends and is struggling to find his place in his home country, which is in the middle of a long and terrible war. The boy turns to his imaginary friend, Adolf Hitler (Taika Waititi) for guidance.
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