Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles
After settling in the tiny Australian town of Walkabout Creek with his significant other and his young son, Mick "Crocodile" Dundee is thrown for a loop when a prestigious Los Angeles newspaper offers his honey a job. The family migrates back to the United States, and Croc and son soon find themselves learning some lessons about American life -- many of them inadvertent
- Category:Comedy, Adventure, Crime
- Stars:Rob Schneider, Colleen Haskell, John C. McGinley, Edward Asner, Meg Ryan, Russell Crowe, David Morse, Pamela Reed, David Caruso, Anthony Heald, Paul Hogan, Linda Kozlowski, Jere Burns, Jonathan Banks, Alec Wilson, Gerry Skilton, Steve Rackman, Serge Cockburn, Aida Turturro, Paul Rodriguez, Kaitlin Hopkins, David Clendenning, Duke Bannister, Betty Bobbitt, Karen Crone,
- Country:Australia, USA
- Director:Simon Wincer,
- Writer:Paul Hogan (characters), Matt Berry, Eric Abrams
The film is the third installment of film series. It is about Mick, his girlfriend and his son travel to Los Angeles. She gets some important problems at a movie studio and Mick attempts to find all ways to expose the real conspiracy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: I didn't watch this today, but just a quick note. Whenever I think of the worst movie ever this pile of excrement is always the thing that first comes into my head. As someone who suffers from unwanted thoughts because of depresssion this film and Selena Gomez's annoying dialogue just hit me like a brick wall. Avoid this movie at every cost unless you have no hope for humanity and want it to end.Perhaps my least favorite movie ever. The debate has been in my head for a long time, and this movie is the winner.
(ru) wrote: 44 Inch Chest may have tried to take top position for the biggest amount of profanity in a film, which I'm sure makes up probably half the dialogue, not that I'm opposed to language of any kind if it works for the film, but does get a bit silly. On one hand you have a bunch of Actors who have in the past provided us with some great performances, but the storyline is weak and you seem to be hoping all the way through that something more exciting will occur, it never does.
(ca) wrote: Fourth entry in the Species series is one of the worst yet in the series. This film has all the ingredients to be straight to DVD schlock. This film features horrible effects, even more so than the third film. The Species franchise took a tumble after the third film, but with this film, the series attains a new low. As a whole, this is a shameful end to end the series, but at the same time I'm not surprised it ended this way because the previous sequel was bad as well. If you're looking for a great film, you won't find it here. The film plays out like an awful B movie that tries to rank in the big bucks based on its title, unfortunately there's nothing enjoyable here, just bad actors a bad script and bad directing. This film never should have been made and it scraps the bottom of the barrel of good ideas. The film isn't interesting whatsoever, and you can clearly see that the filmmakers are not into making a good film. This film is pointless, and doesn't try to do anything that will thrill or entertain you. The horror elements don'[t work, and it's a very forgettable fourth entry in a franchise that should have ended a time ago. This film joins the legions of bad straight to DVD titles that are forgettable and are a waste of time. This is a horrible film that doesn't do anything to entertain you. This is a horrible attempt at closing a film franchise. Hopefully there won't be anymore.
(ca) wrote: wow, loved every second of it!
(nl) wrote: My dogs shit is more interesting!
(de) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]"71 Fragments of a Chronology of Chance" is a semi-interesting movie from Michael Haneke which serves as an exploration of his favorite themes of race and class. On December 23, 1993, a man kills three people in a bank in Vienna before killing himself. To show that no place is safe from violence, the movie rewinds two months to show news footage of violence in other parts of the world such as Sarajevo, Turkey, Haiti and Somalia.(But what does Michael Jackson have to do with this? Or with anything really?) After that, random bits and pieces are shown from the lives of the people who are present at the shooting with a special focus on a Romanian boy(Gabriel Cosmin Urdes) who is in the country illegally and could have an entire movie made about him. But none of the characters are as intriguing and the movie comes to a halt during a prolonged phone call. And why does a movie about alienation have to be quite so alienating?[/font]
(de) wrote: A lame 1980 Slasher movie that has Drive-In written all over it.
(au) wrote: Probably not a film for everyone because people keep expect it to be another Texas Chainsaw Massacre film, this is something else. It's more similar to Taxi Driver and Maniac.Previously banned in the UK as a video nasty only because of the video cover had a drill going into someone's head.
(ag) wrote: Herzog's master craftsmanship in visuals and storytelling make this a classic to enjoy, while Kinski nails it as Nosferatu, creating a frighteningly eerie ambience with every scene he is in.
(ca) wrote: Hated this...just not my type of flick.
(au) wrote: Blood Sucking Freak is sorta the next step into what Herschell Gordon Lewis started except for this time out you are really slumming it. When I originally saw this I rented it from Herbies which was one of only two movies I rented from there besides Dirty Duck. They were both nice finds but BSF made me feel ill the first time I watched it. Now there is a lot of vile things in this but I this to me is more of a misunderstood S&M gutter art film (if you have seen it's sequel Maniac Nurse Find Ecstasy you might share that opinion) but there is one scene that always sets me right off. When the 'doctor' pulls that girls teeth out, drills a hole in her head & sucks her brains out w/ a straw. It's a new low in cinema...even Sardu walked out on it
(ag) wrote: Thomas Craven (Mel Gibson) is a veteran homicide detective for the Boston Police Department and a single father. When his only child, twenty-four year-old Emma (Australia's Bojana Novakovic), is murdered on the steps of his home, everyone assumes that he was the target. But he soon suspects otherwise, and embarks on a mission to find out about his daughters secret life and her killing. His investigation leads him into a dangerous, looking glass world of corporate cover-ups, government collusion and murder and to shadowy government operative Darius Jedburgh (Ray Winstone), who has been sent in to clean up the evidence. Craven's solitary search for answers about his daughter's death transforms into an odyssey of emotional discovery and redemption.also stars Danny Huston, Shawn Roberts, David Aaron Baker, Jay O'Saunders, Denis O'Hare and Damian Young.directed by Martin Campbell.
(br) wrote: Although I commend the main female characters for joining forces to bring down the man who wronged them instead of fighting amongst themselves, I feel like they may have brought feminism down a notch. Why does your typical male jock stereotype deserve to have even more attention brought upon him because you were wronged? Better to just ignore him girls.
(mx) wrote: Also known as Road kill
(gb) wrote: The best Disney film (and possibly only one I'll watch over and over) I have seen!
(es) wrote: I am not sure why, but I definitely connected with this film from "Run Lola Run" director Tom Tykwer, and I really enjoyed it. The reviews were lukewarm and it didn't do much at the box office, but I thought it was excellent. It might be slow-going for some, but I enjoyed the scenery and seeing a different culture. The cast is uniformly excellent, especially Tom Hanks and Sarita Choudury. Recommended!