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   I went to see "Crocodile Dundee in L.A." withfriends, which was a mistake. The film has so many pointless scenes that it isboring.

The movie is about the "Australian guy," Mick"Crocodile" Dundee (Paul Hogan), who in this third Dundee installmenthas a child with partner Sue Charleton (Hogan's real-life wife, Linda Kozlowski).Sue ends up working on a movie set in L.A. and they all move to the States, whereDundee gets a job on the set, too. He discovers paintings on the set worth afortune. The paintings supposedly burned, but in actuality are going to beshipped off, all thanks to a wealthy crime lord. Of course, being the really badmovie it is, Dundee saves the day with the help of his animal friend and asks Sueto marry him so they can live happily ever after.

I was surprised that Iwasn't completely annoyed by the Australian accent in this film full of pointlessscenes and bad acting. Even though "Crocodile Dundee in L.A." had a fewfunny scenes, it failed to capture my interest.




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