Benjamin Milot’s review published on Letterboxd:
A funny satire that gets a little heavy handed, though its tough to walk the line between the two without a few falters to either side. Bright futures ahead for Roman Griffin Davis and Thomasin McKenzie. Archie Yates will show up in one or two more movies as a cute kid, disappear, then come back as a buff 20-something. And I wish Taika Waititi as Hitler was as charming as Taika Waititi as himself, but he does fine, just forces the comedy a bit. Still, I enjoyed it.