Bryan Espitia’s review published on Letterboxd:
I genuinely loved this. A coming-of-age Nazi comedy is a tough sell, and there’s been legit points raised on how effective the film ultimately was. I think Waititi walks that fine line as best he can; the film doesn’t glamorize Nazi ideology and makes sure we understand how dangerous and absurd these ideas are. Johansson is fantastic and gives the film a strong dose of heart, but the child performances impressed the most, with Davis handling both comedic and dramatic scenes wonderfully.