This review is from: Crocodile Dundee In Los Angeles [DVD]  (DVD)
Mick Dundee is back from the eighties, and this time, more hilarity ensues with typecast European villains played by people who played bad guys in the eighties in more notable films.
The plot involves some sort of bad movie franchise (no pun intended) which is acting as a front to steal some rare paintings.
Obviously Mick gets in the centre of it all, whilst getting involved in fish out of water scenarios, including gay bars, muggings, and talking about good old Mal Gibson.
Strange considering he did this fifteen years prior. Well if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
And this is the motto for Paul Hogan, and although it is a case of diminishing returns and same old same old, Hogans Dundee is such an endearing screen prescience, it's hard not to like.
The story isn't up to much, and the apart from the main cast, the rest are just paper cut out Hollywood types, but it works, and heaven knows how, because it shouldn't.
If you are a fan of the original movie, you will lap this up, otherwise, you will just balk at the idea, and not appreciate the cheesiness of it all.