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“The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared” will forever be compared to “Forrest Gump.” And there’s a good reason for that: it’s practically the same movie. Testing legal powers at Paramount Pictures, this Swedish production launches a strange tale of a simple man somehow finding himself in the nooks and crannies of history, unaware of the sights he’s seen. Giving the effort its own identity is a dark sense of humor, which helps encourage interest in familiar shenanigans. Unfortunately, the material’s bite doesn’t last long enough, finding “The 100-Year-Old Man” coming down with a case of the cutes as it lurches from scene to scene. Read the rest at


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