Crocodile Dundee II

Released 1988


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John Cornell
Crocodile Dundee II is the hilarious sequel that brings back Paul Hogan, a year later, living in New York and battling drug cartel from the jungle. Michael Dundee (Hogan) is now living happily in the big city with his love interest from the first film, Sue Charlton (Linda Kozlowski). Mick is still having trouble adapting, taking up certain professions that may have worked better Down Under than in the Big Apple, like dynamite fishing in the New York River. Sue gets a message from her ex-husband in Columbia, a picture of a drug cartel leader, a picture which cost him his life. The dealer, Luis Rico (Hechter Ubarry), comes north in search of the photo. The cartel kidnaps Sue and holds her hostage in a New York mansion. Mick must solicit the help of a local gang through his friend Leroy Brown (Charles Dutton). The gang stages a calculated assault on the mansion, but it remains to be seen whether Mick will take them down or wish he had never come to America.moreless

Metacritic Score

  • 40


    None of the energy of Mick Dundee's first foray has crept into this sequel, despite it being so close on the heels of the original. A must for lovers of the weathered outback and t...

  • 38

    Slant Magazine

    The sequel exacerbates problems already too evident in the first movie, most painfully the near-total disposability of Kozlowski's Sue, who spends most of the time reacting to Mick...

  • 20

    The Dissolve Nathan Rabin

    It is much less understandable, and not at all forgivable, that in eschewing the culture-clash comedy of the first film for generic action, the filmmakers forgot they were making a...

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