The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course Reviews

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December 28, 2010
Basically a 70-minute version of the TV show.
April 29, 2009
Kids will love Irwin's risky likeable nature as he wrangles with vicious animals, while they appreciate the family friendly action and suspense.
December 30, 2006
May 13, 2003
April 5, 2003
strictly for kids and that's not an indictment. Steve is a big kid himself, so he knows what will get the kiddies laughing
February 24, 2003
...there's a certain amount of energy to [Steve Irwin's] performance that keeps the film afloat...
December 16, 2002
Thankfully, the film, which skirts that rapidly deteriorating line between fantasy and reality ... takes a tongue-in-cheek attitude even as it pushes the Croc Hunter agenda.
October 30, 2002
September 4, 2002
It's inventive, fun and at times positively off the planet with its sense of ridicule, self-deprecation and genuine gibberish.
July 23, 2002
The filmmakers wisely decided to let Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin do what he does best, and fashion a story around him.
July 22, 2002
The red-faced Irwin is exhilarating to watch.
July 21, 2002
The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course is one of the most unusual movies I've ever seen, but it remains faithful to Irwin's appeal, and therefore it works.
July 21, 2002
Modestly entertaining romp through the Australian Outback.
July 21, 2002
I just saw this movie... well, it's probably not accurate to call it a movie.
July 20, 2002
July 19, 2002
It's part Discovery Channel, part evening at the Aussie improv, and it proves surprisingly watchable even at 90 minutes.
July 18, 2002
Watching Steve come close to death has never been more fun.
July 17, 2002
This tirelessly jolly enthusiast proves a more than worthy film subject, with daredevil stunts which surpass anything seen since the glory days of Douglas Fairbanks (and with terrifying beasts, no less).
July 16, 2002
Steve Irwin's method is Ernest Hemmingway at accelerated speed and volume.
July 16, 2002
Irwin is so earnest that it's hard to resist his pleas to spare wildlife and respect their environs. There are far worse messages to teach a young audience, which will probably be perfectly happy with the sloppy slapstick comedy.
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