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Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles (2001)

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1/10: Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles...
Sunday, April 3, 2011

Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles I remember seeing a short trailer on TV for this third instalment, I said to someone that it was meant to be rubbish, it was only years later I realised that was true to life, from director Simon Wincer (Free Willy). Basically Michael J. "Crocodile" Dundee (Paul Hogan) and girlfriend Sue Charleton (Linda Kozlowski) have settled into a life living in Mick's home country of Australia, along with their son Mikey (Serge Cockburn). Sue has been contacted by her father who owns a newspaper, and he needs her to return home to America to help on an article, and Mick with Mikey in tow come along with her. They are now in Los Angeles, California, where the newspaper article leads Sue to a sleazy film producer, and Mick gets a job as a monkey wrangler at the Hollwood studio he owns. This is obviously an undercover thing, while at the same time there are...

2/10: Go Back to the Outback...
Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Go Back to the Outback. Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles (2001): Dir: Simon Wincer / Cast: Paul Hogan, Linda Kozlowski, Jonathan Banks, Paul Rodriguez, Jere Burns: About someone out of their element, which is exactly the same theme as the first film. Paul Hogan plays Mick Dundee who is dealing with a crocodile problem in the Australian outback when his girlfriend receives opportunity to join a newspaper in Los Angeles. Upon arrival Dundee becomes involved in a film being made but attention falls upon paintings that are used as props. He will bond with his son in theme parks before battling bad guys in an embarrassing climax. Director Simon Wincer has no idea where this material is going. He previously made The Phantom, which is another failure from the outback. These films aren't exactly complimenting the land of the kangaroo. Screenplay is simply Dundee in a series of stupid adventures through Hollywood, and the result is a movie this bad...

5/10: Mildly Entertaining but Doesn't...
Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Mildly Entertaining but Doesn't Add Anything New Having returned to Australia, "Michael 'Crocodile' Dundee" (Steve Hogan) and his girlfriend "Sue Charlton" (Linda Kozlowski) have set up residence in Walkabout Creek and are contentedly raising their son "Mikey" (Serge Cockburn). But that all changes when Sue gets a call from her father who tells her that he needs her to fill in for the newspaper bureau chief in Los Angeles who has recently died under mysterious circumstances. Although the assignment is only temporary both Crocodile Dundee and Mikey accompany her. However, as soon as they arrive their ability to adapt to their new environment is immediately put to the test. So much so that they arrange to have a good friend from Australia by the name of "Jacko" (Alec Wilson) come to Los Angeles to help out. Now rather than reveal any more I will just say that this was a mediocre sequel which doesn't quite measure up to...

7/10: No worries..... Mick Dundee is...
Sunday, December 23, 2012

No worries..... Mick Dundee is back from the eighties, and this time, more hilarity ensues with typecast European villains played by people who played bad guys in the eighties in more notable films.The plot involves some sort of bad movie franchise (no pun intended) which is acting as a front to steal some rare paintings.Obviously Mick gets in the centre of it all, whilst getting involved in fish out of water scenarios, including gay bars, muggings, and talking about good old Mal Gibson.Strange considering he did this fifteen years prior. Well if it ain't broke, don't fix it.And this is the motto for Paul Hogan, and although it is a case of diminishing returns and same old same old, Hogans Dundee is such an endearing screen prescience, it's hard not to like.The story isn't up to much, and the apart from the main cast, the rest are just paper cut out...

5/10: nobody asked for this Australian...
Saturday, August 14, 2021

nobody asked for this Australian Outback legend Mick "Crocodile" Dundee (Paul Hogan) is running a safari tour in Walkabout Creek. He and Sue Charleton (Linda Kozlowski) have a young son, Mikey. Her father offers her a high profile job in the L. A. office of his newspaper. She moves the family there.I would like him turning his fame in a tourist attraction. It would be more meta if this franchise makes the previous movies a reality in this world and have him be a B-movie attraction in the middle of nowhere. There is something much more compelling and funny in that idea. Going to L. A. is another bite of the fish-out-of-water apple but that apple has already been ate. His character should be smarter than this. I'd rather see him pull his tourist trap ideas on the unsuspecting tourists. This is basically a nothing movie. It's a lesser sequel. Nobody asked for...

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