eiridescent’s review published on Letterboxd:
There's going to be widely varying opinions of whether this is a good/useful way of going about attacking fascism, how successfully it achieves its goals, etc. And that's all perfectly fine. For my part, I loved it. I think it does succeed at being alternatingly hilarious, heartfelt, and a giant middle finger to Nazis at a very timely moment. Of course, Nazis deserve much worse than being poked fun at. But they do deserve to be relentlessly mocked as well.