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I much prefer having the movie vs watching it on T V as you don't have the commercials to contend with .
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4.0 out of 5 stars In the big city June 28 2013
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This movie is a continuation of the series that was made from the original Crocodile Dundee amd is not of the same calibre as the original butr one can certainly enjoy the acting of Paul Hogan.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Should Have left Well Alone Nov. 23 2012
This movie should never have been made. It is he hard to believe he is still so naive after all these years and comes to LA to solve a crime. It is so contrived. I almost feel embarrassed for him at times. They should have left it at making two. Save your money!
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2.0 out of 5 stars Don't Do It Dec 2 2003
Don't rent it, don't watch it, don't borrow it from the library, and most of all don't buy it. I can't think of any reason why this movie was made. Hopefully someone was able to make a mortgage payment, but that is the only upside I can hope for.
I loved the original Croc Dundee. I thought it was witty, and warm, and a lot of fun. I thought the 2 leads had amazing chemistry. They have NO chemistry is this movie. NONE. They were barely in any scenes together, which is a shame. It's almost as if they are in two separate movies that intersect every now and then.
THe story is so contrived- she has to help her Father out- they come to LA (no- I can't beleive they live in Walkabout Creek full time), she gets enmeshed in a story, Mick yet again saves her by getting to the route of the problem, blah, blah, blah. What happened to the strong female character from the first movie? What happened to laughs? I saw nothing cute, charming, or other in this movie.
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3.0 out of 5 stars A harmless light-hearted sequel June 21 2003
By Jim
Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles should have been a made for video sequel or television. It's not the terrible movie a lot of people say is though. It's cute, not really a bad movie, not great but nothing to really hate about it. Paul Hogan is fun and he has some good lines. The plot is bad and it's lacking the musical score that I loved from the original two films. The film needing a villain just wasn't necessary either.
Paul Hogan has a lot of chram though. Watching this guy explaining the world of L.A. to his son or his big lug Croc hunting friend is just a delight. The film has a tv sit-com feel to it and it's sad that's the direction the series took after the first 2 enjoyable films. Don't get me wrong this film is still enjoyable in a light-weight sort of way but the first 2 are better. While the other 2 have some comedy mixed with adventure, this one is all comedy. That's not a bad thing though as Paul Hogan is funny and Mick Dundee is an amusing character. The Crocodile Dundee series may have ran out of steam long ago but you have to admit Mick Dundee would make a fun guy to hang-out with.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Bad movie and zero DVD features. Dec 21 2002
By A Customer
All they have is one short film on how the movie was made, and a patheic theater trailer attached to it. Mediocore DVD results for a medicore film...
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5.0 out of 5 stars This sequel is not a crock! Aug. 27 2002
By chatchi
"Fun for the whole family!"
How often to you see that quote when reading movie reviews these days. Unfortunately, not often enough. Well, I'm happy to say that "Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles" *is* fun for the whole family, and if you don't agree with me, you must be a dirty old crocodile!
Subaru Outback spokesperson Paul Hogan returns to the silver screen as Mick "Crocodile" Dundee - our favorite bloke from "down under" since Yahoo Serious.
After seeing John Carpenter's "Escape from L.A.", I was hesitant to see another movie based in the city of angels. Carpenter's dark and violent vision of the not-so-distant-future left me with an uncomfortable chill. Although, that scene where Snake Pliskin surfs with Henry Fonda (or was that Peter?) was pretty sweet!
"Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles" doesn't need the "Hollywood special effects", "big budget" or "competent director" to succeed - it does just fine by itself. Filled with knee-slapping pratfalls, and crazy hijinks, don't be surprised if you wake up your neighbors with your boysterous laughs (assuming you live close to your neighbors).
Paul Hogan and Linda Kosolowososswski are Hollywood's best on-screen (and OFF-screen!) couple since Keanu Reeves and Lori Petty in "Point Break". Their chemistry is simply priceless!
"Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles" will leave you with a wonderful feeling!
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Hopefully, Crocodile Dundee In L.A. is not Paul Hogan's swan song for the Dundee series. Paul's previous films to this name are much more inspired in plot, montage, and acting. In this film, Hogan seems to be along for the ride, and for this I blame the direction and screenwriting which is listless and dull. Mind you, CD in LA is not a bad film by any means, nor is it memorable. But there is a sense that Hollywood is merely attempting to cash in on the Dundee character and not use Hogan as the charming, affible actor that he is.
Alas, poor Paul Hogan, I knew him well, and miss him in this film. Was it to pay for Linda Kozlowski's plastic surgery, or has Paul Hogan truly lost his bearings in a foreign land? The setting of Los Angeles must have been a dream come true for the Studio execs who signed off on the funding for the film, and the Aussie actors seem to enjoy themselves well enough in the city of Angels. Yet, the jokes, and the humor in Southern California lifestyle is tired. Zzzzzz.
Wait for the next film in the series. Hopefully ole' Lightning Jack will be back in his true form by then.
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