Paramount Pictures | Release Date: September 26, 1986
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kyle20ellisMar 28, 2022
While decidedly languid and a tad too short, this is the first and best of the tales about the Australian living legend. The scenery and cinematography are very nice, and there are entertaining and somewhat informative parts in the script.While decidedly languid and a tad too short, this is the first and best of the tales about the Australian living legend. The scenery and cinematography are very nice, and there are entertaining and somewhat informative parts in the script. The story is engaging too, and has both funny and quite tense bits. The direction is fine, and the acting is good enough. Paul Hogan is a very likable, charismatic and funny hero, and Linda Kozslowski is decent support. As for the sequels, the second was inferior but passable but the third isn't really worth bothering with. This though, while not perfect is the real deal and works as solid entertainment. 8/10 Bethany Cox Expand
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OriginalDangerJul 6, 2020
Crocodile Dundee is a comedy, made in 1986 and stars Paul Hogan and Linda Kozlowski and at times a rather annoying Mark Blum as Richard Mason... Sue Charlton (Kozlowski) is a reporter and travels to Australia to visit Crocodile Dundee (Hogan)Crocodile Dundee is a comedy, made in 1986 and stars Paul Hogan and Linda Kozlowski and at times a rather annoying Mark Blum as Richard Mason... Sue Charlton (Kozlowski) is a reporter and travels to Australia to visit Crocodile Dundee (Hogan) to find out how he survived after being attacked by a crocodile. Later on she asks him to visit New York with her and from there he stays in New York and meets a few screwballs and even gets involved with a few fights involving a pump or something. He punches Richard Mason (Mark Blum) because he is being a pain at some dinner one night in a restaurant and he tries flirting with some prostitute's and even stops a robber by throwing tinned food cans at his head. There's a crocodile attack on Linda Kozlowski but Paul Hogan rescues her and when Sue Charlton gets asked by Richard Mason at the end to marry her Dundee (Hogan) decides to leave his hotel and go walkabout and Sue (Kozlowski) chases after him down the street and through the subway. With one of the most beautiful and heartwarming endings in movie history it makes Crocodile Dundee a classic and a great comedy. Expand
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geewahFeb 3, 2021
A pretty simple comedy that puts a man out of his comfort zone and the laughs ensue.
Entertaining enough
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