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Jojo Rabbit Click to look into! >> Read More... is directed by Taika Waititi Director Taika Waititi is one of the finest film d >> Read More... . The movie has Scarlett Johansson Named as the “Sexiest Woman Alive” in 2006 by popu >> Read More... , Sam Rockwell Born on November 5, 1968, in Daly City, California >> Read More... , Rebel Wilson Rebel Wilson is an American comedian, actress, and >> Read More... , Alfie Allen Alfie Allen is an English actor who is known aroun >> Read More... , Stephen Merchant Stephen Merchant is a renowned English director, w >> Read More... , Roman Griffin Davis and Thomasin McKenzie Born on July 26, 2000, in Wellington, New Zealand, >> Read More... . The movie is produced by Carthew Neal.
Johannes Betzler is a young boy who has been getting his training in the youth camp by Hitler. Johannes’ nickname is Jojo Rabbit, as he could not even kill a rabbit. Jojo feels disappointed by his performance but tries to encourage himself. He sets an imaginary friend Hitler. Jojo has been doing some voluntary jobs for the training camp, as he is not in the army duty due to his inefficiency. When he had been at home, he hears some noise in his sister's room. When Jojo peeps in, he finds out that a Jewish girl named Elsa had been hidden in a small room by his mother, Rosie. When Jojo wants to reveal her presence, he understands that his mother might get into some serious trouble if he did it. So Jojo decided to do something different. What did he do? Watch the movie to know the rest.
Roman Griffin Davis played his role fantastically well. Similarly, Scarlett Johansson is as excellent as Rosie. Thomasin McKenzie performed extremely well and made everyone to feel her presence.
The director, Taika, did a fantastic job. The screenplay is gripping and the scenes are perfectly arranged and the characterization is excellent. The casting is perfect, as each and every star in the movie had done what is needed for their roles and impressed the audiences with their stellar performances. The dialogues are impressive and the movie focuses on how the kids were brainwashed to join the Nazi army. All the characters are given importance and they have been given some space to express right. It is a bold attempt to make such a movie and hats off to the entire team.
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This is a perfect film with good script, screenplay, dialogues, performances and presentation.
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