The Crocodile Hunter - Collision Course
The Crocodile Hunter - Collision Course

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Certificate: PG | Released: 2002 | Duration: 1 hr 25 mins | Director: John Stainton | Studio: Mgm Entertainment | Genres: Thriller - Action/Adventure

After having conquered cable television as the world's most hyperactive, animated animal wrangler, Steve Irwin--aka THE CROCODILE HUNTER--takes his hilarious schtick to the big screen. With the help of wife Terri and dog Sue, Irwin embarks on another series of dangerous missions--rescuing snakes, spiders, and baby kangaroos from their current locations and transferring them to safer spots in the Australian Outback. Since this is a feature film, director John Stainton and screenwriter Holly Goldberg Sloan concoct a fictiona ... (Full plot summary below)

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After having conquered cable television as the world's most hyperactive, animated animal wrangler, Steve Irwin--aka THE CROCODILE HUNTER--takes his hilarious schtick to the big screen. With the help of wife Terri and dog Sue, Irwin embarks on another series of dangerous missions--rescuing snakes, spiders, and baby kangaroos from their current locations and transferring them to safer spots in the Australian Outback. Since this is a feature film, director John Stainton and screenwriter Holly Goldberg Sloan concoct a fictional story to give Irwin's adventure an added kick in the tail. Their concept, a sufficiently outlandish one concerning a shotgun-wielding cattle rancher (Magda Szubanski), CIA operatives, and a missing U.S. government satellite, does the trick quite nicely. The point of this picture, and in fact, the point of anything Steve Irwin-related, is Steve Irwin himself. And with COLLISION COURSE, Irwin proves that his cartoon-like presence is a supremely engaging one, no matter the venue. But Irwin is neither a sensationalist or an exhibitionist. He's a lover of animals as well as nature, and it is this childlike fascination with the earth's deadliest creatures that makes him such a wonder to behold. Crikey!

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Miami Herald - 6.3/10 by Connie Ogle It's a lot more entertaining than box office success "Scooby-Doo" and more honest, too. When Irwin plays out a scene with a reptilian, you can be sure the croc is not computer-generated.
Entertainment Weekly - 8.3/10 by Lisa Schwarzbaum The mad genius of this cheerily bonkers feature is the integration of a documentary-style safari into an outlandish fiction involving a fancy-pants CIA pursuit of a downed spy satellite, and a shotgun-wielding outback widow.
Variety - 7.0/10 by Todd McCarthy A perfectly respectable kid-friendly family offering.
L.A. Weekly - 7.0/10 by Gendy Alimurung Thankfully, the film, which skirts that rapidly deteriorating line between fantasy and reality -- Irwin as "himself" as croc expert as suspected international spy -- takes a tongue-in-cheek attitude even as it pushes the Croc Hunter agenda: Mother Nature? Don’t muck with her.
Los Angeles Times - 8.0/10 by John Anderson So refreshing and funny and, in its way, sophisticated.
Washington Post - 8.0/10 by Desson Thomson When I say this movie's a charm, I'm really talking about Irwin.
Chicago Reader - 7.0/10 by Hank Sartin Kids used to watching him on TV might find it all perfectly normal, but for adults it's almost an acid trip.
Boston Globe - 6.3/10 by Christy Lemire The downtimes are so flat that it makes you wonder whether director John Stainton and writer Holly Goldberg Sloan made them intentionally bad, just so we'd look forward to seeing Irwin again.

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