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VINE VOICEon 29 December 2008
I have to say I really enjoyed the first two, Mick going to New York and discovering a whole new world, then Sue going to the outback to find out how Australia was was just as comical, so I was wondering why they had decided to come back with yet another one? I was put off by bad reviews and people saying it was dull, but yesterday I ignored all the fuss and gave Mick and co my 90 minutes of attention.

Sue's father needs Sue to come back to the US to do some journalism work as one of their colleagues has died. Mick's adamant that she should go, and him and Mick Jr will follow later on. Sue has to investigate a new studio in tinsel town, one that seems to be rather reluctant to have visitors in certain studios.

Mick's back to his old tricks, and brings Mick Jr over to LA, to find he's learning more things yet again, and taking TV a little too serious. When Sue discovers something fishy, Mick Dundee's on the hunt for the truth.

This wasn't as bad as people made out - I quite enjoyed it, Paul Hogan's performance is just as good as 1 and 2, and young Mick is funny. OK the plot is a bit cheesy, but this is good for a Sunday evening's watching, not too serious yet not so stupid you might as well turn off your brain. The action is not as good as the first one, but this isn't the worst long awaited sequel ever, actually it does a pretty good job. It obviously isn't as good as the first movie, but that would not be easy to do.

I like the way they have kept up the cluelessness of the first movie even though he's still in the US, it's just different in LA to New York. It's funny how he's not really kept up with the new trends, and him mocking the other guy with a mobile phone was funny.

I would recommend renting this, but if you're a big fan of the crock, then you should get this as it's decently priced.
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on 4 August 2002
The original crocdile dundees were rather enjoyable, both 1 and 2. The third one is rather late in showing up. In fact it has arrived some 12 years after the second one. In a vain attempt to re-vamp croc-dundee, the effect is that he has faded like a magazine left in the sun for 12 years. The jokes are regurgitations from the original films that lack the timing and sharpness of the originals and the main joke of the whole series is flawed when we find out it is no longer evident. what i mena by that is the originals had Mick dundee wrestling crocs, intimidating kangaroo hunters and vanishing from sight in the outback but is thoroughly perplexed by New York. As far as the intermittent plot has gone, Mick has been in the states for years and so would be keyed in to how it works. there is an effort to recussitate the saga by introducing another bushman but its very contrived. Very sad to see. Buy the original 2 instead.
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Mick "Crocodile" Dundee (Paul Hogan) is in Los Angeles with his son and Sue Charlton (Linda Kozlowski), his longtime companion. There's something amiss in the world of movies and art, and Dundee is soon to be right in the middle of it.

Undeniably the worst of the three Crocodile Dundee movies, to the point where you wonder just why anyone at the studio gave it the green light? By the time Crocodile Dundee II came out in 1988, it was obvious that much of the charm and adventure like magic from the first film had greatly diminished. So fast forward 13 years and they saw fit to produce another movie.

Strangely enough it turns out to not be a complete stinker, yes the formula is tired, I mean how many times can you do the fish out of water comedy before it gets lame? But there's some genuinely funny sequences in here, with barbed asides towards the movie industry and the American way of life. Hogan and Kozlowski are still likable leads, their chemistry cemented, and if you can get past the stereotypes on show (they forgot this was not the 80s!) there's some fun to be had on a time waster basis.

Instantly forgettable, and certainly not needed, it is however a pic that fans of the first two films can find a modicum of comfort in. 5.5/10
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on 21 February 2002
I saw this film in the cinema and can't wait to buy the video. If you enjoyed the first two Crocodile Dundee films then you will love this one also. You jump out of your seat within the first 2 minutes. The cast are older and play on it. The scene with Mike Tyson is fantastic. The film is nostalgic and funny. You feel you have seen it somewhere before..its comfortable..its Crocodile Dundee..a trilogy complete.I loved it.
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on 27 January 2015
This third film in the Crocodile Dundee series isn't quite as good as the first two. Although it's still amusing and has it's moments. I got it for my elderly mum, who's a fan of the other two films. She enjoyed this one almost as much as the others.
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on 19 February 2015
Got this for a present for my husband. He has seen the other 2 films but had missed this one. It isn't quite as funny as the other stories but still worth a watch and funny to see them older with a child.
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on 30 July 2014
My wife and I wanted the full set; this one's ok as a film but - after the first one which was quite original - it's obviously trading on the same sort of material. However, it makes for a pleasant evening's entertainment now and again.
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on 8 November 2012
Ignore the pedants who say it's full of Linda's botox and 10 years on it's old hat - this is a feel-good romp just as good as the others; watch all three in succession and you will see. Best value DVD I have got in ages. A third of the cost of the rip-off Game of Thrones which is 23 years old and a complete con.
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on 7 March 2012
Mick Dundee looks fine in the modern world of the USA but only when you add some Aussie Outback to the mix. Getting involved with Art thefts in America with Crocs teeth on his hat and cowboy boots just didn't cut the mustard. The concept and story line of Crocodile Dundee 1 and 2 was interesting and unusual. Mick, my advice is, stay in the bush mate, along with Donk and the gang.
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on 25 April 2012
Crocodile Dundee was an absolute classic and hard act to follow, this one however is a bit hit and miss. The film has funny moments when it follows the Oz humour, but a few times it feels like it wants to be an American kids comedy, that's when it falls down.
Its not overly bad, but when you've seen the other two you can feel a little disappointed. Its still worth seeing Mick Dundee in his last (probably) ever outing.
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