Jack Moulton’s review published on Letterboxd:
A rewatch ironed out a lot of my issues with it and I had a blast. I just love its sense of juxtaposition and tongue-in-cheek humor. Sure, it cuts some corners in depicting WWII and doesn't really get grave when it should, but I'm on board with its satire and sense of humanity/inhumanity. Every member of the cast is great, even Rebel Wilson, and even Sam Rockwell in what is hopefully his last racist redemption role. You can count me among its fans and I'm kinda rooting for it for BP (if not Parasite).