Travelling back to 1999, you would find me sat in the Showcase cinema in Peterborough laughing until drink came out of my nose at Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me. I've never laughed so much in a theatre as I did then, surrounded by people who were doing the same. This evening, almost twenty years later - and after two decades of comedy film evolution - I watched it again.
Still laughed like a twat throughout. The humour is not highbrow, but it is hilarious. A great cast, endlessly quotable dialogue and a series of sketch-like scenes that are very bloody funny.
What I have realised - however - is that after filming, the Fembot version of Liz Hurley must have replaced the real actress. Explains why she still looks exactly the same. FEM-BOT!!!