It's an unhurried film, content simply to let its lovable hero loose in New York, then watch the genial hijinks as he tries to acclimate himself to a pre-Giuliani Big Apple.
| Original Score: 3.5/5
Formulaic but enjoyable Aussie comedy about culture collision, in large part due to star-writer Paul Hogan.
| Original Score: B-
Have a very "g'day" watching this one.
| Original Score: 5/5
Funny comedy. All the fish out of water cliches, but it works.
| Original Score: 3/5
Sure, looking back now it seems cheeseball, but it was the 80s. We didn't know any better.
Enjoyable little film, but nothing exciting.
Mildly entertaining family film.
Without a doubt, a product of the 80s... but Hogan's charming outback fairy tale still elicits a grin.
The definition of a cheesy 1980s movie. Charming, though.
This idiosyncratic movie succeeds as a delightful comedy, a sexy romance, and a clever cross-cultural study.
While it's certainly a good-natured and attractive-looking movie, you'd have a hard time finding another movie in which so little actually happens.
| Original Score: 65/100
Hogan's natural charisma makes the original Dundee so appealing
| Original Score: 4/5
| Original Score: 2/5