Crocodile Dundee (1986) by Elena Square Eyes – Ultimate 80s Blogathon

I took part in the Ultimate 80s Blogathon and shared why I think Crocodile Dundee is the ultimate 80s film. Check it out!

Drew's Movie Reviews

Closing out week 2 of the Ultimate 80s Blogathon is Elena from Elena Square Eyes and her review of Crocodile Dundee.  Elena review all kinds of books and movies and creates weekly top ten lists covering a wide range of topics, so go check her site out.  Now, on to her review!


Crocodile Dundee movie poster Why Crocodile Dundee is the Ultimate 80s Film:

Now I know I’m biased because Crocodile Dundee is one of those films I grew up watching from a very early age so it has a special place in my heart. It’s funny, it has action, a charming lead and a love story – what more could you want?

Released in 1986, Crocodile Dundee is directed by Peter Faiman and the screenplay is by John Cornell, Ken Shadie and Paul Hogan. It is about how when American reporter Sue Charlton (Linda Kozlowski) goes to the Australian outback to meet…

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4 comments

  1. Like you I still love this movie. It always brings a smile to my face, and proves that a movie character doesn’t have to be saving the world to get you to root for him to succeed.

    1. Not a problem! Thanks for hosting it! 😉 When I rewatched it to write my post I realised it had been far too long since I’d seen it – in fact, I’m finding so many films I need to rewatch thanks to the blogathon 😛

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