Outback. The best thing about countries is all the different lifestyles and cultures it creates. Some are known for certain music, animals, traditions or just plain weird laws. It's the exact same with films. Some films represent a particular country, either by the where it's set or by a particular character. It’s this reason why some films do really well all over the world.
My One Big Highlight
I quite liked the opening scene of the second film, where we see Mick fishing. That's not unusual in itself, until the camera pans out showing Mick is a mile off shore from New York! It gets even funnier when a police helicopter flies by, and the police officer knows him by name. This scene just summarises Crocodile Dundee perfectly.
Elephant In the Room
While not as strong as the first films, Crocodile Dundee: In Los Angeles does have some good moments, just not as many as it's predecessors. Not a bad film, but not a great one either. I don’t understand the hate this gets from the interweb. Crocodile Dundee returns for another adventure, what is there not to like?