Based on a novel by Jonas Jonasson, the unlikely story of a 100-year-old man who decides it’s not too late to start over. For most people it would be the adventure of a lifetime, but Allan Karlsson’s unexpected journey is not his first.
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The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and DisappearedDirected byFelix Herngren
Fun adaptation of the hit novel that finds the title character coming into contact with a gangster's bankroll and taking to the road with some unexpected company staying ahead of his pursuers though mostly oblivious to it all. Quite enjoyable but more of a black comedy than expected. Performances are solid.
wkwkkw bangs*tt juga ini orang tua e. the old man it's pretty funny with innocent face, nice adventure's. "if you wan't to kill me, so hurry up, because i'm 100 years". wkwkkw :v (watch with english subtitle, watch alone and im understand. im so happy with my life)
Really thin characters, even given this sort of runtime. Not really any fulfilling character conflict; not many intentions attached to actions. It's sociologically flattering to its older characters, but doesn't really have them grapple with a whole lot of conflict. It's light, feel-good mischief inside a vacuum. The principle meaning is a simple external truth stretched out to over an hour. Waste of time.
I just love darkly-comedic crime stories, and this one hits all the right notes for me. It's like "Forrest Gump," but with more an affinity for explosions. It's an exceptional farce that I thoroughly enjoyed watching unfold. The make-up effects are very impressive, as is the performance of Robert Gustafsson.