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Mick and Sue continue where they left off in "'Crocodile' Dundee". New York drug lords are pursuing Sue for having solid evidence against them for murder, so for her safety, Mick takes her back to Australia. When the gangsters follow them, Mick demonstrates his outback skills once more. Written by
Comedian Colin Quinn rewrote the script to give himself a larger role in the film, but his treatment was not used. See more »
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Who do you think you are? You hold me here at gunpoint, threaten to kill people, then you act like you're some sort of rock star? You're a drug dealer. You're a grubby little parasite.
You should watch your mouth. It is not wise to annoy me. Bob Tanner did and I had his head blown off like that...
[snaps his finger softly]
You killed Bob?
And if your Mick screws this up...
[snaps his finger softly]
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I know I am in the minority here but I actually liked this sequel better than the original...and the original was very good and extremely popular.
Maybe I was biased because I played this with some kids present and was pleasantly surprised to hear almost no profanity, which I couldn't say was the case in the first film. It was a "cleaner" movie, and still an equally entertaining one with a good mix of drama, action, comedy and even some good music thrown in. The film has no lulls and 110 minutes go by pretty quickly.
The first half of this movie takes place in New York City, where we last saw "Mick Dundee" (Paul Hogan). The second half, the crocodile man takes his bride (Linda Kozlowski) back to the outback in Australia. Hogan was never more entertaining and, of course, feeling comfortable back in his home territory.
This is just a fun ride all the way and, yes, to use a cliché, good family entertainment.
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