JoJo Rabbit (2020) Review

These days it seems we live in a world of political correctness gone wild. A world where one poor choice of words can destroy a career, where disrespect can brand you a social pariah. And in a world like this it is often the comedy genre which finds itself falling under particular scrutiny. Films and tv shows now have to tread very carefully, to assure that no offence is taken and to assure that their product doesn’t become another victim of online attacks from progressive groups. So I find it particularly refreshing when a film comes out that  actually dares to raise a middle finger to PC factions and tell the story of a young boy, who also happens to be a devoted Nazi.