The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course Reviews

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June 2, 2003
Dull, lifeless, and amateurishly assembled.
February 8, 2003
If you're a Crocodile Hunter fan, you'll enjoy at least the "real" portions of the film. If you're looking for a story, don't bother.
October 8, 2002
The kiddies may unknowingly take Irwin and company in acceptable, good-natured doses. But for most adults watching this hollow showcase, they're most likely to yell, "what a darn croc!" Let's put the shrimp on the barbie and call it a day, shall we?
September 18, 2002
September 9, 2002
An exercise in cutting between three tacked-on subplots. The film has moments that make us smile, but mostly feels choppy, drained of momentum and endless.
July 24, 2002
Top Critic
July 21, 2002
July 21, 2002
July 15, 2002
The Irwins' scenes are fascinating; the movie as a whole is cheap junk and an insult to their death-defying efforts.
July 15, 2002
Hey, at least the title of this film lets you know exactly where it's heading.
July 14, 2002
'You can't handle Steve Irwin in anything more than half-hour increments. At 90 minutes, I was hoping a giant reptile would gobble me up and put me out of my misery.'
July 14, 2002
If a worse motion picture...sees the light of day in 2002, it will only be by sheer accident.
July 14, 2002
Why, you may ask, why should you buy the movie milk when the TV cow is free? There's no good answer to that one.
July 13, 2002
July 12, 2002
This is a truly, truly bad movie.
July 12, 2002
I highly recommend Irwin, but not in the way this film showcases him.
July 12, 2002
If you're not fans of the adventues of Steve and Terri, you should avoid this like the dreaded King Brown snake. Personally, I'd rather watch them on the Animal Planet.
July 12, 2002
Whenever its story isn't bogged down by idiocy involving the CIA and a lost U.S. satellite, Hunter -- starring Irwin and his American wife/colleague, Terri -- is a movie children should enjoy.
July 12, 2002
As it stands, Crocodile Hunter has the hurried, badly cobbled look of the 1959 Godzilla, which combined scenes of a Japanese monster flick with canned shots of Raymond Burr commenting on the monster's path of destruction.
July 12, 2002
Everything that's worthwhile about Collision Course can already be seen on television.
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