Crocodile Dundee II

Crocodile Dundee II

Australian outback expert protects his New York love from gangsters who've followed her down under.

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. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Crocodile Dundee II torrent reviews

Dj W (br) wrote: Great Doc. Lots of things I did not know about Burning man

David L (kr) wrote: Imagine, falling in love with someone as dashing as Jean Dujardin of the Artist fame, losing yourself, your doubts, and then completely betrayed by the same love --and then to come full circle, the mobius band. The ending is worth it. A beautiful love story with equally beautiful scenic oceans & cliffs of Monaco. And yes, if she can reach that kind of climactic high, I want what she's having for breakfast!!

Matt S (it) wrote: Pretty good bit confusing though

Aayush K (nl) wrote: A must watch Documentary !

Ibraheem M (br) wrote: Skinwalkers fails to imitate classic Werewolf films and features very poor performances.

Daniel S (mx) wrote: rather strange.. beautiful costumes and music, its interesting to see influences on Bjrks other albums come from/go into this soundtrack. it may seem a bit squirmish, but it turns out to be a love story in the end.

Jason S (fr) wrote: That synopsis sounds very creepy and there seemed to be alot of these movies in the early 80's dealing with sexual ambiguity and guilt. Maybe it was a response to the excess of the 60' and 70's. The hard partyers and the swingers finally sobered up enough to see what had happened and they were trying to come to terms with it all and reinvent themselves into normal people again. Mostly it just exposes them as morally empty shells

Richard W (au) wrote: Outstanding old movie with Betty Davis at her best seen on TCM Verizon 230 95% on the Ricta Scale

Vincent H (fr) wrote: You just can never go wrong with Gable, Loy, and Harlow. She in particular was really marvelous.

Christian W (fr) wrote: This is a good example that you need more than a great script and highly skilled actors to put on a good show. You also need a half-decent director.

Jack G (br) wrote: Ambiguity that works, slow moving, 'meditative' in a strong, good way, with the real breakout performance of Julianne Moore's career as a woman on the verge of a world breakdown. eerie. really eerie. I'm still not sure what to totally make of it, but it's making me think more than I expected. a rich, full experience. and remarkable more is to look at how many films Haynes has made - Velvet Goldmine, Far from Heaven, I'm Not There, Mildred Pierce - and they're all different styles, every approach breaking new ground. Safe is like the best AIDS movie not (fully) about AIDS of the modern era.

Oliver N (au) wrote: If not more awe-inspiring than the superb original, LOTR: The Two Towers unashamedly uses its classic source material to excellent effect; combining jaw-dropping, large action set pieces, with depth to characters. JRR Tolkien's novel is literally brought to life onscreen and producing one one of the best middle chapters in movie history.Verdict: A+

Charles B (it) wrote: Nothing new here but a deft, solid, nippy thriller. Exactly what a 15's horror film should be. Andy is unbelievably terrible for most of it (such a clueless milquetoast, even for an eight-year-old) but Hicks and Sarandon are both very decent and the ill-fated Dinah Manoff as sassy BFF is a standout. In retrospect the wedding of Brad Dourif's fantastic vocal talents with Chucky's excellent SFX seems close to genius. Nothing beats the swift transformation of the doll from a cooing mass-market toy of unbelievable blandness (clearly based on The Get Along Gang and suchlike 80's rubbish) to the grinning, sneering gargoyle spitting out Dourif's rancid lines. Making Chucky permanently scarred and ugly in later films dissipated that contrast, which forms the best central idea of the first movie.

Cory T (au) wrote: A fine new addition to the gothic genre. One which most directors lack the gusto to enter in. Kudos to director del Toro for he actually understands the horror genre enough to make it properly come alive for the nightmare season. Crimson Peak is a lovely and horrid place where phantoms inspired with heartbreaking terror haunt the vulnerable. The real beauty is Jessica Chastain as she mysteriously invokes dark and sinister passion upon the soul. The pain of love bleeds infinitely in a wondrous sort of fashion I have not, for the most part encountered in a film before. Crimson Peak will satisfy your bloodlust this October.