Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me


Action / Adventure / Comedy / Crime / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 51%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 71%
IMDb Rating 6.6 10 194492


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Rebecca Romijn as Rebecca Romijn
Woody Harrelson as Woody Harrelson
Will Ferrell as Mustafa
Elizabeth Hurley as Vanessa Kensington
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699.92 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 35 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by TownRootGuy 10 / 10

Mike Myers does the best job ever of covering time travel.

I don't understand how anyone can like the first AP and not this one. They're the same movie but with different babes.

This has an excellent cast, great eye candy, outstanding tunes AND there are actually a few jokes that aren't recycled from the original flick.

I consider this to be one of the 23 movies I would give an 11 if I could. The explanation on time travel alone is worth it. This is an outstanding movie and I can still watch it every year.

Reviewed by Tweekums 7 / 10

An amusing if rather crude sequel

As this, the first Austin Powers sequel, gets underway our protagonist learns that his new wife is in fact a fembot who tries to kill him! If that wasn't enough Dr Evil is back; he has a miniature clone, dubbed Mini-Me'; and he has a diabolical plan. He and Mini-Me will use a time machine to travel back to 1969 and steal Austin's mojo. This lead to Austin suddenly failing to perform in bed in the '90s. There is only one thing for it; he must return to the sixties and get his mojo back. Here he teams up with US agent Felicity Shagwell and starts tracking down Dr Evil. He meanwhile has a new dastardly plan; he will place a laser on the moon and use it to destroy cities if his demands aren't met.

After the success of the first film a sequel was almost inevitable. The jokes are similar so if you enjoyed the original you'll probably enjoy this film as well. The humour is fairly puerile at timesÂ… sometimes this is funny but some gags are a bit weak and are dragged on far too long; most notably the comments about Dr Evil's somewhat phallic rocket. The story provides lots of amusing nods to Bond and other films, notably Star Wars. The best addition to the series is Mini-Mi; he doesn't say anything but just about everything he does is funny; Verne Troyer does a fine job in the role. Heather Graham's appearance as Felicity Shagwell was a lot of fun; she was sexy without just being a cypher. Unfortunately we also get 'Fat Bastard'; a character who is revolting rather than amusing. Overall I'd say this was funny enough but lacked the charm, and inevitably the originality, of the original.

Reviewed by justin-fencsak 6 / 10

If Austin Powers was Star Wars, then this one was his Empire....

This sequel to one of the surprise comedy hits of 1997 outgrossed the original by a lot, and for good reason, it blends in humor with fatherhood alongside a rising model star and a great soundtrack. I saw this in a packed theater and laughed a lot!!! The casting, sets, soundtrack, and effects are good!! It's worth watching multiple times on TV if there's nothing else good on TV. The sequel that followed this wasn't as good as this one.

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