Old Men in New Cars: In China They Eat Dogs II (2002)

Not Rated   |    |  Action, Comedy, Crime


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Fresh out of a Danish prison, Harald bosses his old gang around, into visiting his hospitalized foster dad, who wants to see his bio son before dying. The son's in a Swedish prison. Then there's a money matter - robbing a bank.


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  • Tomas Villum Jensen in Old Men in New Cars: In China They Eat Dogs II (2002)
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5 November 2013 | BeneCumb
8
| Nice dark crime comedy
Although it is not educational, life and deeds of loafers is found catchy to follow by lots of viewers - apparently "decent" themselves. And the case is better if nasty crimes are not visible and their motive is not personal greed. Gamle mænd i nye biler depicts a story where suspicious measures are taken for the sake of help and remedy. The amount required is huge, time is ticking, and there are dozens of hindrances on the way... As the participants' IQ and moral values are not high as well (mildly speaking), then crazy and funny situations are easy to rise, leading to a logical, but somehow expected ending. Meanwhile, it is pleasant to track the run of events, comprehensions of characters, various action situations; by the way, two chases shown are not worse / less tense than in Hollywood movies. Well, some scenes are knowingly amplified, but they do not become ridiculous.

The cast is evenly strong, particularly Kim Bodnia as Harald, Nikolaj Lie Kaas as Martin (his presence could have been more often), Torkel Petersson as Ludvig, Iben Hjejle as Mille. Actors like them could be savers of much weaker script.

A good entertaining experience, if you like Scandinavian crime thrillers with humorous touch.

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Details

Release Date:

12 July 2002

Language

Danish, Swedish, Serbian


Country of Origin

Denmark

Filming Locations

Flyvestation Værløse, Værløse, Sjælland, Denmark

Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$144,192

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