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Literally the best movie this century.
While Steve Irwin is, was, and always will be effortlessly entertaining to watch, I still question why a dumb spy subplot was shoved into the film.
I'll just stick to watching his shows.
Was a favorite as a kid. I still love the Irwins. It's true the story is straight up terrible reminds me a bit of Home Alone meets Agent Cody Banks in the outback staring the Irwins. However I love Steve's energy and the story is so bad it's funny. The idea of Steve and Terri being international spies is really funny. The main idea is to get people interested in the Irwins, the zoo and then there message of conservation. It does that just fine. Still not as good as I remember it as a child.
This movie made me throw up in my spine
A childhood classic.
Steve Irwin was the greatest man that ever existed.
I couldn't stand to watch more than five minutes. Steve Irwin was a legend, and I feel this obnoxious fiction mocks that.
A very long episode of the tv show with a spy story wrapped around it. RIP Steve...
Saw it as a kid rewatched recently still awesome R.I.P. Steve Irwin gone but not forgotten
I don't even know what to think of this