Produced and directed by John Cornell, it features Paul Hogan returning as Mick “Crocodile” Dundee along with Linda Kozlowski as his common law wife Sue. They are joined by Luis Guzman, Colin Quinn, John Meillon, Juan Fernandez, and many others in this hilarious comedy film.
Mick is adjusting to life in New York City however slowly. Things seem to be going well for him and Sue.
However, Sue’s ex-husband, who has been undercover in Columbia sends her a piece of evidence against a drug cartel. The drug-lord then kidnaps Sue in an attempt to get it back, but Mick rescues her.
The FBI want to put Mick and Sue in a safehouse, however, Mick suggests they go to the Australian outback where he can “see them coming.” They head to the outback where Sue discover that Mick owns a gold mine. The drug lord does follow and he is keen on vengeance. Little does he and his gang know that they are fish out of water when facing off against Dundee.
This movie is a hilarious slapstick comedy that takes the usual humor formula and flips it on its head. I will admit, some of the jokes were more smiles than laughs, but don’t worry, there were plenty of jokes too. Paul Hogan has such great timing, it is pretty funny.
FAVORITE QUOTE: At the very least, you can come watch me get my head blown off.
PARENTAL CONCERNS: Foul language, Slapstick violence, Drug-related dialogue
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