The 101-Year-Old Man Who Skipped Out on the Bill and Disappeared

2016

Adventure / Comedy / Crime

78
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 4,801

Synopsis


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Director

Cast

Caroline Boulton as Journalist
Crystal the Monkey as Erlander
Eleanor Matsuura as Waitress
Jens Hultén as Gäddan
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991.14 MB
1280*720
Swedish 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
108 min
P/S N/A / N/A
1.99 GB
1920×1080
Swedish 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
108 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by steinberger-00911 10 / 10 / 10

Wonderful, funny, thoughtful, absurd

Violence was never so funny, and so ridiculous. A great cure for worries of all kinds. The take on the cold war is charming. Perhaps it is too intellectual for some American viewers. I like also the multi-lingual dialogue. I had more fun watching this, and the original 100 year old man..., than I have had watching anything else I can remember.

Reviewed by HumanLifeMovie 8 / 10 / 10

A strange 101 year old takes us on an adventure

We get to once more see Robert in the lead role, this time the old man has turned 101-years-old. The story starts at a luxury resort in some exotic place. In storage they find some old beverage in the old man's stuff. They share the beverage and it's the best beverage ever invented. Of course there is a very strange story behind this beverage and how it came to exist. After they have the only soda, the other's want more of it, but the old man doesn't have the formula, he believes it is in Berlin. He says it's said that he has the formula, he thinks it might be in Berlin, so of course they set off to Berlin in a haste. They skip the hotel's invoice at the hotel by luring their way through it all, as always. This starts a hilarious journey with three bad guys that don't care about the rules. They smuggle apes and so on. We also get a lesson in how the cold war works in an allegory of soda. You will understand when you see the film. They make fiction out of history, which is a good way to not upset either Russians or Americans, but still give a pretty good view of how the cold war worked. This old man is really a bad guy, he does whatever, plays both sides so to speak, he is neutral, he works with Swedes, Russians and Americans as a spy. That also makes him connected all over the world. It is a very funny movie and me and my friend laughed all the way through the whole movie. I think it is overall a funny movie. They talk Russian, Swedish, English and who knows what else? I happen to think it was worth seeing. You get to see different places and cultures.

Reviewed by iquine 8 / 10 / 10

Insignificant Significance

(Flash Review) Allan is a year older and still alive and kicking. This is another zany adventure for the old man as he tries to locate the long lost recipe to a 1970's, addictively tasty, Russian soda. A recipe created by accident and later used as a significant way to potentially trumpet and increase Russia's global standing through pop culture means. During the 70's, spies from Russia and the US tried to secure the recipe for themselves with a back and forth of possession. Fast forward to modern time and a new urgency to find the recipe takes hold for financial gain. Will Allan be able to remember where he hid it before other rag-tag groups find it first? Throughout the film small decisions and accidental events have ripple effects on a grand scale as the hunt is afoot. This is a very amusing and wacky comedy with fun scenes, locations, colors, characters and dialog. This is very similar to the first film and for me just as entertaining.

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