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The movie started off feeling like it was going to be a rambling collection of scenarios that Paul found funny (as he rewrote the original screenplay), but it developed into a pretty decent movie toward the end - he & Kozlowski looked radically different than they did in the 80s, but you eventually get used to it. Some of the American dialogue was awful, and I absolutely hate Paul Rodriguez & his dad (the latter is in the movie), but seeing a pre-fame Jonathan Banks with a weird accent was good viewing material. I actually liked some of the cinematography, too, and the subplot of Paul being the tour guide to a different Australian's first time in the U.S. was a very good idea.
Still Fun, Not As Good As The First Two Though!
Like the shoes, this Croc (of crap) is full of holes, hideously ugly, and better off never having been dreamt up at all.
A great movie and extremely funny
Fail does not begin to describe this.
Never underestimate Hollywood's desire to squeeze every last dollar out of a property. Here Mick goes to LA with the family as Sue is called back to help with Dad's business. Results are predictably lacklustre although it does contain Men At Work doing an update of their hit "Down Under".
took me this long to watch one of my beloved movies sequel that basically did what Beverly Hills cop 3 did, made a mockery of the awesomeness of its two predecessors.
There was a little bit of potential here and there, but sadly, this was a franchise failure!
An entertaining romp full of laughs, Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles delivers another round of Aussie humor. When Sue returns to America to take over the L.A. branch of her father's newspaper she brings Mick in tow, who takes a job at a movie studio in order to help her uncover a possible smuggling operation. Unlike the first two films, this one's a lot more of a screwball comedy. And it kind of works on that level; though the jokes are pretty broad and cartoonish. Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles isn't as fresh and entertaining as the others, but it's still kind of fun.
unfunny and uninteresting, could very well be one of the most pointless movies ever made.