Ultimately, ‘Jojo Rabbit’ is a fantastic film. Hence, why I have chosen to give it the rating of 9 out of 10. It’s filled with strident energy and ranges across the emotional spectrum with precision. It starts out as an extremely amusing comedy, before slowly showcasing a compassionate story of a fearful young boy in a world much larger than himself, divided between forces of love and hate, which is still beyond his comprehension.
Talking about the technical aspects of the movie. Roger Deakins’s cinematography and Lee Smith’s editing are praiseworthy with many scenes captured beautifully through the camera lens. The color palette of the movie is remarkable and gives a realistic feel of the war-like situation. The last fight scene where Schofield is trying to reach Mackenzie by running parallel to the trench of marching British soldiers is the best scene of the movie. That’s the epitome of Sam Mendes’ mastery of movie-making.
Movie: Les femmes de l'ombre
International English Title: Female Agents
Releasing Year: 2008
Country of Origin: France
Languages: French, German & English.
Genre: War, History, Drama
Les femmes de l'ombre/Female...
International Title: Mongol: The Rise of Genghis Khan
Country of Origin: Russia, Kazakhstan
Languages: Mongolian, Mandarin
Genre: Drama, War, History, Adventure, Biography
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