Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by Joe, Jun 1, 2018.
If Nathan died a year before the events of the film, why was Elsa drawing all these fantasies about ways to murder him?
I wanted to like this. Taika's always fun and the British kid was funny. Otherwise I thought it was pretty bad/toothless.
I thought it was Elsa morbidly dwelling on all the ways he could’ve been killed as a form of mourning. Whatever the case, that scene must have been very concerning for you specifically.
The part where baby Nick Frost says that he can’t die got a laugh out of me
Someone pointed out to me that they were Jojo's drawings, which makes way more sense.
This was beautiful and I loved it.
impressive that Waititi was able to make a satire about the nazis feel as toothless and second-hand embarrassing as an SNL Trump sketch
didn’t think it was possible but Joker has some competition for the worst BP nom
smaller margin of quality between joker and 1917 than joker and this
jojo is at least decent, as much as it could’ve been way better
Joker was a bad superhero movie. There have been many and there will be many more. Jojo Rabbit is an affront to basic taste and decency.
gonna have to disagree with you there
1917 was just alright but way better than I expected and this was shockingly bad
I didn't think I'd dislike this as much as I did. It and Joker are close, but they're bad for different reasons
Give me your take on it
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that was better than the entire movie
academy likes well-meaning nazis more than they like little women smh
Eh, I still really liked this movie, & love Taika in general, so I'm happy that he got one of those shiny statues. *shrug*
Finally watched this. It had no business winning adapted screenplay, and shouldn’t have even gotten close to a best picture nom, but overall I thought it was fine. Unlike fellow undeserving BP nom Joker, at least its heart was in the right place. But Waititi has done, and will do, better.
this was great. i have a feeling it was good i stayed away from the internet on this one.
Taika Waititi, Jude Law in Talks for Showtime Showbiz Series 'The Auteur'