Sickan has a new plan. This time, the gang are going to steal a small computer micro chip which contains a top secret plan of what the government intends to do with Sweden in the future. ... See full summary »
Vanheden and Dynamit-Harry, together with Harry's fiancée Doris, are in Mallorca while Sickan is still in Stockholm. However, Wall-Enberg wants him to do a break-in at Cardinal Wulka's in ... See full summary »
Sickan, Vanheden and Rocky try to rob the Berns nightclub one night, but Vanheden has made the mistake to invite his constantly drunk cousin, the old dynamiter Dynamite-Harry and he ruins ... See full summary »
The movie begins with the Jönsson gang making a minor burglary. It goes wrong and the gang leader, Sickan, gets caught. After he has spent 10 months in jail, Vanheden and Rocky come to ... See full summary »
When Vanheden and Dynamit-Harry tries to break doctor Busé out of jail, they get Herman Melvin instead. He has been working at the Swedish Mint and the doctor, who has started to think like... See full summary »
Hans Åke Gabrielsson
Vanheden and Dynamite-Harry are approached by Sickan's grandmother and Sickan's younger brother Sven-Ingvar. Their evil nemesis Wall-Enberg are planning to steal billions of euros of the ... See full summary »
To get an order for 1,000 yachts from a middle-east sheik, two boat companies have to race 'Göta kanal', a canal through Sweden, east to west. There are no rules in this game and the winner gets the order.
Stig Ossian Ericson
Stig-Helmer Olsson isn't the fashionable jet-set type, but, for the first time in his life, he's going to travel abroad. He chooses a trip to the Canary Islands over Christmas. Before ... See full summary »
The landlubber Stig-Helmer and his Norwegian friend Ole get on a barge by mistake. They arrive to an island in the archipelago and have to spend Midsummer among the fancy rich people, their... See full summary »
Stig-Helmer takes another vacation with his Norwegian friend Ole. This time it's time for a skiing vacation in the Alps. Of course, Stig-Helmer has never learned downhill skiing, but he ... See full summary »
I bet anyone can get better at golf than you are in one week, a golfer says to her golfing businessman for a boyfriend in a quarrel. Unfortunately Stig-Helmer is standing nearby when the ... See full summary »
As always, Sickan has come up with a new plan. This time he wants to rob the IKEA furniture store. During their nightly break-in Sickan discovers that the store is used as a secret smuggling central for sending American computers to the Soviet Union. The computers are picked up by Soviet submarines sneaking into the Swedish archipelago. Naturally, it is their arch enemy Wall-Enberg who is behind all of this. Written by
I'd be hard pressed to find a more Swedish scene than the opening robbery of IKEA, except that it's not depressing enough maybe. Other than that, the fourth movie about the Jönsson gang, and apparently the first not to be based on the similar Danish film series Olsen-banden, follows the previous films' formula and has very little new to offer; in fact, one might wonder why the gang keeps doing heists when they end up millionaires in every film.
If anything, Jönssonligan dyker upp igen seems more influenced by slapstick, which is unfortunate because there's something forced about a lot of the comedy in here. It does introduce Johannes Brost as the one-armed, steel toothed henchman, who is pretty fun as a blatant nod to the James Bond henchman Jaws.
Cool henchmen notwithstanding, this is probably one of the weakest entries in a series that was never all that strong, since both the comedy and the heist scenes are weaker than in previous films. Still, it is decently entertaining, and you're not much worse off watching this one than any of the others.
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