Adam Bernstein’s review published on Letterboxd:
Didn't love it, but don't really see why it's been so divisive. The kid actors, Johansson, and McKenzie are all fantastic, it looks great, and it's frequently quite funny.
The satire is all very broad and overly pleased with itself, so the darker/more emotional elements mostly fall flat, but there also isn't very much of that stuff anyway.
Weirdest thing is how Waititi's Hitler, the big marketing hook of the movie, feels almost entirely extraneous to the plot. He does get a good exit, though.