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CROCODILE DUNDEE IN LOS ANGELES


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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Paramount
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005N5SD
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #60,861 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Format: DVD
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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"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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By A Customer on May 22 2002
Format: DVD
DVD excellent color and sharpness. Just viewed it recently and it was much better than I had expected. First 2 in the series were quite good also, meaning Crocidile Dundee joins a rare breed where all 3 of the triology films ended up excellent. For example BACK TO THE FUTURE managed that, however of course is not yet available on DVD, and RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK(also no DVD) could have done it except for the subpar TEMPLE OF DOOM, the 2nd movie right before the amazing INDIANA JONES.
The writing on DUNDEE L.A. was excellent with some very funny material. One minor flaw in light of its Family movie class, would be to have changed the unwed status of the couple to some kind of Aborigine/outback type hookup maybe with flashbacks to some kind of ceremony before the child was born and to have used that as the film's beginning marriage status - then they could ended it with traditional western marriage. That way it wouldn't look like the standard Hollywood shackup type situation so common in liberal Hollywoood scripts.
Wish they could do 3 more films like this, this Mick Dundee is a great character.
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The return of Crocodile Dundee for a third movie was greeted with a great deal of applause: hooray for a good old fashioned family friendly comedy. But is it?
Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles features the return of Paul Hogan as Crocodile Dundee, once again starring in his humorous fish-out-of-the-water role. This time Dundee travels with his common-law-wife and son to Los Angeles, where he helps her uncover a smuggling ring. The action sequences and climax at the end all have their humour, but the real fun occurs throughout the movie, with Dundee the naïve Australian in the big American city. Most of the humour revolves around cultural differences and pokes fun at American culture and America's own holy grails: the fast food industry, the movie business. Some of the highlights that come to mind are a scene where Dundee chokes up the expressway while trying to rescue a skunk, the drive-through at Wendys, and the drive-by mugging which backfired. Added to the cultural jokes are slap stick humor typical of a comedy where the villains are treated to a variety of appropriate punishments. And the scenes of Australia (with a local aborigine using a mobile phone) are equally charming. All family friendly so far, although the amount of violence and the tense chase scene involving gun-toting thugs and hungry lions at the end would be frightening for youngsters.
Somewhat more disturbing, however, are the oblique and more incidental aspects of the movie. There are several foul mouthed expressions, and around half a dozen instances of blasphemy. Is this really necessary? Apparently so. But that's not the worst of it.
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