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When diabolical genius, Dr. Evil travels back in time to steal superspy Austin Powers's ‘mojo’, Austin must return to the swingin' '60s himself – with the help of American agent, Felicity Shagwell – to stop the dastardly plan. Once there, Austin faces off against Dr. Evil's army of minions and saves the world in his own unbelievably groovy way.
More polished and almost as much fun as its predecessor, Jay Roach's "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me" is a rare effective comedy sequel. Featuring an inspired Mike Meyers as the swinging super spy, the sequel to "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery" is a hilarious, smart, and over-the-top tribute to spy films, the late 1960s, and oversexed English heroes.
Following Powers' pursuit of the villainous Dr. Evil from the 1990s back to the 1960s, the sequel revolves around its protagonist's quest to win back his mojo. Reverently sending-up tropes from the James Bond franchise and late '60s British comedies, the story introduces memorable allies and enemies as Powers attempts to put a stop to Evil's plot.
Everyone has a guilty pleasure that requires nothing but the ability to laugh and enjoy it. The Austin Powers films of the late nineties were silly and a lot of fun, and with Mike Myers showing his obvious comedic talents to play several characters successfully in the same movie, this is stuffed full of double-entendre's and quality eye-candy.
In the first film we got Liz Hurley, hardly the greatest actress ever to grace our screens but a super-hot leading lady. Gone but not forgotten she gets replaced by Heather Graham as the wonderfully named Felicity Shagwell. A C.I.A agent, she plays Powers's love interest and gets to display some stunning sixties outfits that enhance her considerable assets.Powers's nemesis Dr Evil…
"We'll call it... Preperation H!"
Best comedy sequel ever!
MOVIE A DAY FOR A YEAR - DAY 181
Mike Meyers is a comedy god.
Film #26 of Smiler Grogan's Scavenger Hunt
Task 26/30: A comedy sequel
British superagent and notorious swinger Austin Powers (Mike Myers) gets his "mojo" stolen by Fat Bastard (Mike Myers), an agent of Dr. Evil (Mike Myers), who is now trying to take over the world by shooting a "laser" from the moon. All this occurs in a storyline that jumps back and forth from the late-'90s to the mid-'60s, paying accurate homages to pop culture artifacts such as the time machine car from Back to the Future or Star Wars' Death Star. However, those and other ingenious elements aside, The Spy Who Shagged Me is a lesser Austin Powers production.
It does have a few positive qualities: for…
Some really funny moments. Lots and lots and lots of fast-fire gags, but that's why it works, because ninety percent of the them hit. It can be embarrassing at times, but mostly it really works and it makes for a very funny comedy.
That 1999 CGI though.
my mojo is DEFINITELY back baby YYEEAAHH
It’s really not that bad. Most of the new jokes land pretty well, but so much of the movie is taking the iconic routines from one and just torturing them to death.
Actually, the best thing about this is that Madonna song you hear for 30 seconds.
you people dont even consider austin powers a role model and you wonder why you cant get laid
Hehe v nice charm to this movie mr powers is a likable guy it seems like he actually acts like that irl it seems so natural the way he talks I diig it he's also a cool guy
Easily the high point of the series. The decision to focus more on Dr. Evil and his crew was a good one. All the new characters are really good.
Still pretty funny.
The only real way one can measure art is by how much energy it either takes from you or gives back to you. The absolute buoyant joy and delight that exudes this film rejuvenated me. Shagadelic.
I will always have a soft spot for this movie because it was one of my favorite comedies as a kid. However, it is worse and less funny than the first iteration. The jokes go on for too long and sometimes even fall flat. The new characters like MiniMe and Fat Bastard are okay, but the writing for them feels more juvenile.
It's still a cute and funny movie, but I prefer the first one. This is a step down.
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