HE HEARD THERE WAS WILDLIFE IN L.A. HE DIDN’T KNOW HOW WILD.
In this third movie about the croc hunter with the big knife, Mick Dundee (Paul Hogan) and his family travel to Los Angeles where they find bad guys on a movie set. The funniest thing about this hopelessly belated sequel is Mike Tyson’s hilariously awful cameo, which is not a good sign. The increasingly geriatric Hogan is still portrayed as a sex symbol, but it’s becoming more of a stretch now. Perhaps kids is the best audience for it, but there’s no creativity; Mick pretty much does what he did on his trips to New York.
2001-U.S.-Australia. 95 min. Color. Produced by Paul Hogan, Lance Hool. Directed by Simon Wincer. Cast: Paul Hogan (Mick Dundee), Linda Kozlowski (Sue Charlton), Serge Cockburn (Mikey Dundee), Jere Burns, Jonathan Banks, Paul Rodriguez. Cameos: Mike Tyson, George Hamilton.