Stars for the premise, and the kid from Jojo Rabbit is great. Grim and dark with bits of posh Brit humor that I don't care for, but the grim and dark wins it enough for me. Not sure I'll consider it a movie to watch during the holidays, though.
This movie is amazing. Early on, it reminded me of some stuff on Adult Swim, but those shows always end up boring me with their over-the-top affected bizarre surrealism. This is not that. This is ingenious and hilarious.
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