Vishwas Verma’s review published on Letterboxd:
A Special One
A brilliantly written political satire in a correct way possible. It is outrageous, funny, heartwarming and heartbreaking. The dialogues are catchy and to the point. No doubt it's the Oscar winner for Best Adapted Screenplay.
It also fits on the current situation in India somehow.
Taika did amazing as a director as well as playing Adolf Hitler. Every actor is perfection. Especially the child actors, Roman Griffin Davis as Jojo and Thomasin McKenzie as Elsa. The scene where Scarlett Johansson acting as Jojo's mom and dad together is my favorite.
It became the most favorite Taika Waititi film for me.