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Crocodile Dundee II (1988)
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Some of these pictures and descriptions may give away plot details that you might not want to know before watching the film.
This action-comedy is a sequel to Crocodile Dundee (1986) that takes place 6 months later. It's hard to make a movie about murdering drug dealers funny, but it tries. The first movie took place in Australia then New York City. This one reverses the locations beginning with Australian country bumpkin Mick Dundee (Paul Hogan) living in Manhattan wearing a snakeskin jacket and a giant tooth-covered hat that makes Japanese tourists mistake him for Clint Eastwood. There are two snake scenes, one in New York and one in the Australian outback. There is also a scene with a large lizard, and two scenes with fake crocodile attacks. For a movie called "Crocodile" Dundee it's disappointing that we don't see any real ones other than a brief library shot of a croc sliding into the water.

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In the first snake scene we see Dundee and his girlfriend Sue, a journalist who lives in New York City, walking in a shopping center in the city. She is distracted when a woman hands her something to read and Dundee is distracted by a snake charmer's cobra. He grabs the cobra's neck and twists it, killing the snake and leaving it limp. Sue is oblivious to what he has done as they walk away. The snake charmer doesn't see it happen either, and he is perplexed when he sees that his snake has gone limp. This is another example of Dundee automatically killing any dangerous snake he sees as he did in the first movie. The cobra is an obvious fake snake. I can't imagine that the city would allow a snake charmer to use a real one, anyway.

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Still in New York, Dundee and Sue are kidnapped by a Colombian drug lord's thugs. Dundee rescues her and takes her to Australia where he thinks the Colombians can't find them. But the Colombians fly to Australia where they team up with some Aussie bad guys to hunt Mick and Sue. They are unarmed so when the bad guys come Dundee devises several schemes using the native wildlife to spook them and then pick off the gangsters one by one. He sneaks into their camp one night with a snake in a bag and throws it at the sleeping sentry. The bad guy is terrified until his comrade tells him it's just a harmless python. It's a black-headed python, if you're wondering.