carlxistence’s review published on Letterboxd:
It was worth the waiting! Watch it on the big screen was something particularly special just for the fact to admire all those Taika Waititi trademarks, that seems to get more substantial with every new film he directs ...I'm talking about the mix of tragedy and comedy, for one side it's a lot fun and quirkiness but right next can be really sad, that storytelling coming up with both gives a lot of credit to the movie and its director.
I had a great time watching this, and I know it's so zany at times but that something I was looking for in this movie. At the end, it's a very cool movie that satirizes the nazis and the horrors of the war with a sweet message about love and friendship, some very great actings and interesting cinematography.
And even though I liked it very much for Taika's authorship I will always choose 'What We Do in the Shadows' and 'Hunt for the Wilderpeople' above this.
By the way, extra points for the kids who played JoJo and Yorki ...and that particular song at the end ❤