The Very Excellent Mr. Dundee

The Very Excellent Mr. Dundee

The Very Excellent Mr. Dundee

Crocodile Dundee remains Australia's highest grossing film ever (locally and internationally). Here, we follow star Paul Hogan - playing a fictional version of himself - set to receive a knighthood for services to comedy. But, as the ceremony draws close, his name and reputation come under question. Features cameos from Chevy Chase, John Cleese, Olivia Newton-John and Jim Jefferies.

202088 minsUSA, Australia
Comedy
92%
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Flicks, Travis Johnson

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There’s a tension here between sending up Hoges and making fun of his position as a washed up celebrity (which is where much of the film’s humour comes from) and treating its subject with the respect he ostensibly deserves, which undercuts that same humour. This is not Bojack Crocman.

2.0
The Guardian

The Guardian

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A lot of it comes across as weird, self-pitying flapdoodle.

2.0
Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

press

Hogan tries to remain unruffled, but appears bemused and somewhat confused as his world crumbles. That might be what Paul Hogan is really like but he plays himself rather badly here, more self-aware than self-confident.

Stuff

Stuff

press

I was left sharing the sentiments of one of the film’s outraged John Travolta fans: “We did not ask for this tragedy.”

Flicks

Flicks, Travis Johnson

flicks

There’s a tension here between sending up Hoges and making fun of his position as a washed up celebrity (which is where much of the film’s humour comes from) and treating its subject with the respect he ostensibly deserves, which undercuts that same humour. This is not Bojack Crocman.

2.0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

A lot of it comes across as weird, self-pitying flapdoodle.

2.0
Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

press

Hogan tries to remain unruffled, but appears bemused and somewhat confused as his world crumbles. That might be what Paul Hogan is really like but he plays himself rather badly here, more self-aware than self-confident.

Stuff

Stuff

press

I was left sharing the sentiments of one of the film’s outraged John Travolta fans: “We did not ask for this tragedy.”

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