Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles (2001) - Action, Adventure, Comedy

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Australian Outback adventurer Mick "Crocodile" Dundee travels to Los Angeles with his young son while his longtime companion suspects foul play at a movie studio.

IMDB: 4.8
Director: Simon Wincer
Stars: Paul Hogan, Linda Kozlowski
Length: 92 Minutes
PG Rating: PG
Reviews: 25 out of 119 found boring (21%)

One-line Reviews (84)

When the previous films had most of the plot devoted to an upsetting consequence this film steps outside of this formulaic plot well only to step into another.

What a waste of time .

The character himself is still interesting and enjoyable to watch as he once again returns to the USA, this time acting detective when he suspects a shady movie company of smuggling.

Not perfect, but enjoyable sequel .

On the whole, I have enjoyed watching again all the three movies, each with its own engaging story & romantic notion of adventure.

Just good, engaging fun.

There are a steady flow of chuckles and a few laugh out loud moments in this entertaining installment.

The jokes are getting old, the routine repetitive, and the characters and dialogue are getting thin.

Go ahead and toss "Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles" into the pointless category.

Could of been reasonable with better imagination, maybe a new location instead of boring LA...

Still, if its clean, fun, enjoyable entertainment you're looking for, Dundee in LA serves the purpose well and is satisfying for the family or younger ones.

I mean really, the whole notion is such a waste of time, you could of made a much better go of it in another country at least.

Worth a rental if you're bored and the video store is out of anything better.

This was just as entertaining as the previous two.

is a thoroughly enjoyable bit of nostalgia.

There's a few laughs and is enjoyable enough from start to finish, but scenes like the one with the gay bar and the wendy's drive-in just seem so pointless, and by this time Mick should know what a transvestite looks like.

This film has a problem that a lot of comedy sequels seem to have, they just mess around for most of the movie, basically watching the actors do a bunch of stupid things for the first hour and then desperately trying to cram in a story for the final thirty minutes, comedies are obviously suppose to be funny but when you're just making jokes for an immensely long time and not focusing on the story one bit, it can get unbearable for the audience, particularly when the jokes aren't funny.

It gets slightly predictable near the end, and just when the plot starts getting somewhere interesting, the film ends.

With the second film being made thirteen years before, and Hogan being sixty two years old, it was pretty obvious this might not work, it is a ridiculous story that repeats all the once charming laughs with the out of place outlander, and I agree not even the catchphrase "No worries, mate" sparks a smile, a boring and pointless comedy adventure.

Personally, I thought this movie was more enjoyable than "Lord of the Rings," and I'm usually in to those kind of movies.

Not perfect, but an enjoyable, nice enough movie.

I must admit, it sort of dragged on a bit for me.

If you are paying (we were) don't waste your money.

However I should not be critical this film is no 5 star masterpiece and I think people know that going in to that, it does not fail miserably, it provides interesting and amusing situations that is enjoyable for everyone.

It's entertaining enough...

Aside from showcasing the adverse effects of prolonged exposure to the sun, there was zero reason to drag out leather-skinned Paul Hogan for another installment of "The Croc.

The whole movie just bores me.

and it still was entertaining, for the most part.

I was either laughing hysterically or on the edge of my seat at all the crazy mishaps Dundee managed to get himself into.

Unfortunately, I found this movie to be only mildly entertaining.

Saw the first 2 flicks when they premiered on TV and enjoyed it.

An entertaining, uplifting comedy, `Crocodile Dundee In Los Angeles' is well crafted and delivered, and will make you feel good and put a smile on your face.

This movie is lame, boring and totally unfunny.

Overlong, slow, and dull.

Maybe that's why the cast looked so bored.

An enjoyable piece of nostalgia .

, none the worse for wear, with his lovely main squeeze, a kid, and a buddy/nanny from down under getting into one trite and silly situation after another - all obvious attempts to show the humorous culture clashing which made the first flick popular.

Don't waste your time.

Yes, there are the occasional chuckle but it is a rather dry film compared to the first two films in this series ; The best scenes are shown in the trailer and the official site and the comedy is rather tired and labored.

Mildly entertaining .

Crocodile Dundee's third go 'round is actually a bit more generically entertaining than the somewhat leaden 'Crocodile Dundee II'.

The plot is relatively simplistic and predictable, but there are more than enough funny scenes and enjoyable characters to counter that.

Mike Tyson's cameo was pointless and unfunny.

The plot is completely formulaic.

This series is very good and very entertaining.

I personally got very bored waiting for something funny to happen.

Save your money, folks, this string has played out.

And the whole "Lethal Agent" thing just bored me.

the wait was way too long .

" While this formula charmed us back in 1986 -- it now only makes you want to throw Paul Hogan, and a few shrimp on the barbee for inflicting this boring and derivative flop on us!

This of course equals lots of pathetic predictable visual gags that refer to LA culture and anything remotely well known in the area.

This is an enjoyable movie.

For every "The Color of Money," there are several "Two Jakes," pointless sequels made for a quick buck that may or may not materialize.

The shtick was getting dull.

Still it is entertaining for some unknown reason.

It was enjoyable it just wasn't a instant classic, we could of have done worse though.

I mean really, the whole notion is such a waste of time, you could of made a much better go of it in another country at least.

Very boring to sit through this poorly done movie.

I found the script to be just one cliché after the next.

Boring Junk .

It wasn't original, but it was funny and entertaining, and that's what's important.

Crocodile Dundee In Los Angeles will probably be enjoyable for those of us that are old enough to remember when Crocodile Dundee was every bit as cool as any other 80's movie hero.

Okay, it was marginally better than I expected, but compared to the first two, which were flawed and entertaining this isn't really worth bothering with.

Entertaining .

The Crocodile Dundee series is a great one that's funny and exciting at the same time!

This movie, while mildly entertaining, has absolutely nothing new to offer to the franchise.

The result is a film that is about as entertaining as the many boring fishing programs that people sleep through.

enjoyable family entertainment;fine comic perf.

Could of been reasonable with better imagination, maybe a new location instead of boring LA...

The original Crocodile Dundee was a slow film, but it was original and had a lot of clever jokes to keep it from being dull.

Also what made the first two so charming and entertaining, the innocent abroad act, outback wisdom and the crocodile-hunting bravado, doesn't work as well here.

Paul Hogan and his wife Linda are pleasant enjoyable personalities, and the story line is innocent with some clever lines thrown in.

I was bored, like the cast .

I was not expecting high art and didn't find it, but I did find a pleasant, watchable and entertaining movie.

As well, the climax on the movie set is fun and enjoyable to watch.

The plot is perfunctory, but every once in awhile there's an exciting or genuinely funny moment.

In summary, a ludicrous film, but I really enjoyed it.

This of course equals lots of pathetic predictable visual gags that refer to LA culture and anything remotely well known in the area.

not great cinema, but fun and enjoyable .

Cliché upon cliché .

Unnecessary, unimaginative, unfunny and just plain bland .

The plot is light but enjoyable.

But the thing, the film isn't really entertaining, with the comedy missing more than it hits(someone say "No worries mate" no longer counts as comedy, please), the plot is very slight, the pacing is uneven with one too many parts dragging and the direction is much too slow and soporific.

One of the worst movies to come out this year.