- Making-of Documentary
- Lights! Camera! Animals! Featurette
- Deleted Scenes Introduced by the Director
- Behind-the-Scenes Effects Footage
- Baha Men music video
- Pop-Up Croc Track
- Outback Interactive Games
- Photo Gallery
The Crocodile Hunter - Collision Course
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Steve Irwin makes his big-screen debut with his most perilous adventure yet! To save a very large crocodile from poachers, Steve and his wife Terri set out on a death-defying journey through the Outback to nab the big fella and relocate him to a safe river. But what they don't know is that the angry reptile has swallowed a top-secret US satellite beacon making them all targets of American special agents! Crikey!
This first movie from the Discovery Channel favorite opens with a plot of international intrigue over a downed satellite, but within four minutes Steve Irwin is belly flopping after a baby croc on the outback floor. Steve and his nerves-of-steel sidekick wife, Terri, are asked to relocate a cattle-chomping crocodile before it's shot by a local rancher. This same reptile happened to swallow the intelligence-gathering device that fell to earth, and so begins the goofball premise of this lark of a movie. The feds believe the Irwins are appropriating their classified info, and the Irwins think they're running from poachers. Quibblers may object to Irwin's frequent interruptions to introduce a bird-eating spider or paw through croc dung, but Crocodile Hunter fans wouldn't have it any other way. This 89-minute film is rated PG for action violence/peril and mild language. But unless you consider "crikey" an obscenity, it's a safe bet for family viewing. (Ages 4 and older) --Kimberly Heinrichs
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THIS WHOLE MOVIE THING BEGINS WITH A HUNGRY CROC.
A huge crocodile swallows a piece of high tech weaponry. The global powers rush to intercept their lost toy, when in comes The Crocodile Hunter....That's why this movie was so funny! It was like watching the Irwins do their normal show (if you can call a thousand pounds of teeth, NORMAL) They find the Crocodile (thats eaten a war head) and completely unaware of the crocs recent diet, Steve fears that this huge croc will not be able to avoid poachers much longer. So, in Steve's usual manner, he begins a relocation. The movie is full of hair raising danger, chases, armed men in helicopters and boats. While all of these "bad guys" chase them everywhere! Steve and Terri think that the government goons are just a bunch of poachers trying to score big with the giant croc. Steve and Terri keep the commentary up with the camera the whole time! It's really funny. When the huge pet tarantula climbs up that guys shoulder...well let's just say that a Normal day for the Crocodile hunters is way too much for the goons. Watch this. It's a bit painful for me because I was a huge fan. I would grab a piece of rope or hose lying on the ground, and I would jump about and do my best imitation of Steve, yelling "Kriky!! as I acted like an idiot. It was funny...
Steve Irwin died doing what he loved. In a freak accident, a frightened RAY stung Steve. The RAY's poisonous barbed spine ended up piercing his heart. The whole world mourned with Terri, and little Bindi. Terri disappeared from the eye of the camera. Little Bindi grew up to be a beautiful young lady, with the same "hyper, wide eyed enthusiasm" as her father. I'm serious...the tragedy still breaks my heart.
If you are looking for a serious film, with symbolism and gorgeous cinematography and deep, pithy insights, it is not this one.
If you want a corny film with crocodiles, Fararmir from Lord of the Rings being chased by dogs, and Steve Irwin's infectious enthusiasm for all manner of deadly creatures that you can watch with your friends late at night, this is for you.
*After 10 years of public life, the only thing detractors could come up with is Steve feeding a croc while holding his baby boy. Keep in mind, this is a man who studied them and handled them for 30+ years at the time of this incident. The incident was made to look worse due to a bad camera angle, and the croc was already tired out before Steve's approach with his baby. Crocodilians have limited energy reserves, and the best place to be if in proximity to one (besides the rear) is directly in front, as their striking power is lightning fast from side to side. Also the croc in question was a large one, the large ones having much less forward speed on land due to bulk than a smaller more agile one. Steve was in control, and many factors were in his favor, but these facts are seldom mentioned.