Austin Powers in Goldmember
He's still evil... He's still deadly... and he's still surrouded by frickin' idiots!
The world's most shagadelic spy continues his fight against Dr. Evil. This time, the diabolical doctor and his clone, Mini-Me, team up with a new foe -- '70s kingpin Goldmember. While pursuing the team of villains to stop them from world domination, Austin gets help from his dad and an old girlfriend.
I dont know how to be no crib on MTV.
God only knows. Got my Mini-me in the GP see how it goes.
Evil's all that I see... you ask me my name? D to the Rizzo, E to the Vizzo, I to the Lizzo, I'm a crazy (its a hard knock
life) mother (beep) y'all knew that.
Austin caught me in the first act that's all backwords, whats with that?
So I'll make a prophesy from the dogs to the mini me.
Gimme an escalade, 2 way bling-bling on Ebay. Domino, mother (beep)
Its a hard knock life (yea) for us
Its a hard knock life
(stick that in your pipe and smoke it)for us.
Steada treated (uh huh)…
A hell of a lot funnier than I remember it - one sequence had me in tears. Can get occasionally annoying, but hey, that's Mike Myers. Still great though in most ways, especially with the fourth wall gags.
Funny! Every time
Always good for a few cheap laughs, and some that are actually earned, the Austin Powers franchise is a friendly reminder of my immature childhood, with Goldmember the embodiment of what I thought was funny when I was 11.
I'll always remember Austin Powers films fondly. I saw The Spy Who Shagged Me in the cinema with my friend Simon when we were 12. The woman working at UCI didn't believe we were 12, we had to remonstrate with her for what seemed like ages before being let in. Even though I was of legal age to see the film, it felt like a triumph that we could convince someone to let us see a "naughty" movie..!
We were both big fans of International Man of Mystery, having watched it numerous times, quoting all the best lines to each other as annoying little kids do. The Spy Who Shagged Me automatically became one of our favourite films.
I have no words. Whilst this James Bond spoof is ultimately a re-hash of the previous two films, it's still spectacular.
I mean, it's no masterclass in filmmaking, but it's very funny throughout and doesn't pull punches on being utterly and completely absurd.
And come on...
"I was in an unfortunate smelting accident, which is why I go by the name of... Goldmember."
Excuse the pun, but that origin story is GOLD.
The opening sequence is one of the best parts in the trilogy. Beyonce sucks, Michael Caine rules. Would love to see "Austinpussy" with Cruise by Spielberg. Better than the second one, not as good as the first.
Not that good. Mole scene was funny.
In terms of films that mostly only contain immature humour this is one of the best.
an improvement over The Spy Who Shagged Me. still a bit schizophrenic with its overly meta plot. still doing little refinements on tired dick & fart jokes and visual gags. but ultimately more enjoyable than the 2nd movie.
Funny! Every time
Maybe the weakest of the three but it's still stupidly funny.
Certainly the weakest entry in the series, but it's still infinitely quotable and funny more often than not.
Mike Meyers and Beyonce. Very nice quality bluray by the way.
Third entry in the Austin Powers franchise is one of the best comedy sequels. I really loved the first two films in the series and I think that every film was great. The Austin Powers trilogy is one of the few trilogies that is great. Every film was terrific. This third film has all the usual trademarks of an Austin Powers film. Mike Myers is as usual very funny in four roles this time around. The film is full of witty dialogue, clever comedy.and of course unforgettable characters. Some of the parts in this film I thought were downright nuts compared to the first two. I thought as far sequels are concerned, especially those in the Comedy genre, Goldmember was…