Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery


Action / Adventure / Comedy / Crime / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 70%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 77%
IMDb Rating 7 10 196804


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Carrie Fisher as Therapist
Will Ferrell as Mustafa
Elizabeth Hurley as Vanessa Kensington
Rob Lowe as Decapitated Henchman's Friend
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1hr 34 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by TownRootGuy 10 / 10

Definitely not for everybody. It doesn't get much sillier than this.

I really didn't want to see this, I had never liked Myers. For some reason I let myself get talked into going to the second movie and watching this as prep. Well, it turns out I do like Myers. This is on my list of movies I'd rate an 11 if I could.

This has amazing eye candy, great tunes AND to hilarious effect it refuses to behave.

This is a must see movie for fans of outrageous silliness. I can still watch this yearly.

Reviewed by Oliver Thatcher Watson 9 / 10


This film is absolutely awesome. As it has great acting, a great story, a great comedic feel, as well as awesome performances from Mike Meyers. He plays the characters in this film splendidly. And the story's actually really good. As it's not only funny, but it's just on a good flow throughout the film. Mike Meyers is absolutely fantastic in this film, as he not only plays as the international man of mystery himself, but as Dr. Evil, and it's not just the characters he portrays that are awesome. It's the way he does it. He does it perfectly for what this film is about. While this film can sometimes be somewhat excessive, it's an absolute joy to watch, and easily, one of Mike Meyers best. I recommend this film to anyone who is interested in comedy films, as well as spy movies, such as James Bond, etc., as this film is actually a parody of the James Bond films. However, due to the good story and performances in this film, some viewers, as well as myself may just forget about that. I was pleasantly surprised and I think anyone who hasn't seen it yet will be as well.

Reviewed by zkonedog 9 / 10

Starts Off As Spoof Until Characters Dominate

The type of comedy that Mike Myers perpetuates in "Austin Powers" is different from anything else you'll ever watch. You'll either be in stitches or completely turned off by the sheer stupidity of the entire spectacle. Obviously, I fall into the former category (!)

For a basic plot summary, "Austin Powers" is (at heart) a spoof of the old James Bond films from the 1960s. British spy Powers (Myers), with the help of Agent Kensington (Elizabeth Hurley) must track down and defeat the "nefarious", cat-stroking villain Dr. Evil (also Myers).

Though the intentions of this film are clearly to lampoon Bond, it quickly becomes apparent that Myers' characters take on too much of a life of their own to be reigned in. As the movie progresses, the characters start to freelance a bit more and the humor really kicks up a notch. The groovy, swinging, shagadelic Powers and the utterly clueless Dr. Evil become, in just 90 minutes, iconic film characters producing handfuls of quotable, hilarious humor.

Basically, "Austin Powers" is one of those rare comedies that bursts onto the scene out of nowhere and creates enough crazy characters to make people laugh. What started off as a "simple" spoof of Bond turned into a cultural phenomenon.

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