Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me

1999

Action / Adventure / Comedy / Crime / Sci-Fi

148
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 51%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 71%
IMDb Rating 6.6 10 197971

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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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Reviewed by Xophianic 8 / 10

Better than the first one!

Some people don't think AUSTIN POWERS: INTERNATIONAL MAN OF MYSTERY was worthy of a sequel. Some think there should be a large series of AUSTIN POWERS movies, like the infamous Bond movies. Trust me, I'm kinda sick of everyone doing impressions of Austin Powers and Dr. Evil, (and I do one fine Dr. Evil if I do say so myself, even though both are easy to impersonate), but I thought AUSTIN POWERS: THE SPY WHO SHAGGED ME was even better than the first one. So if you asked me if there should be a series of AUSTIN POWERS movies, and I wasn't so sick of all those impersonations, I might say "Yeah baby!"

Austin Powers (Mike Myers) is sent back to 1969 by Basil Exposition (Michael York) to stop Dr. Evil (Mike Myers) who has stolen Austin Powers' "mojo" and plans to build a giant laser on the movie and destroy all major cities on Earth. In the sixties, Austin Powers meets Felicity Shagwell (Heather Graham), who is just as sexy and hip as Austin is. Scott Evil (Seth Green) is still trying to work out things with his father, even though Dr. Evil has turned his attention to his clone in 1/10 size, Mini-Me (Verne Troyer). Number Two (Robert Wagner, then Rob Lowe), Frau Farbissina (Mindy Sterling) and Mustafa (Will Ferrell) all return to help Dr. Evil, in addition to Fat Bastard (Mike Myers), the disgusting, overweight, Scottish henchman.

Let's face is, Austin Powers has never been about plot. Considering that this movie is basically a spoof of OUR MAN FLINT and the JAMES BOND movies, the plot is pretty entertaining and funny. The giant laser on the moon was great, obviously spoofing MOONRAKER, in addition to many other movies of its type.

The acting in this movie is all very good. Mike Myers does a great job playing three very different characters. Heather Graham beats the crap out of Elizabeth Hurley (not literally in this movie, but how cool would that be) and is way sexier in my book. Seth Green and Mindy Sterling are great, especially when together. Will Ferrell was one of my favorite performers and characters in this movie. Robert Wagner is good, but his role is taken over by Rob Lowe after they go back in time. Lowe does an unbelievable job and is almost exactly like Wagner was as the character. Michael York does a fairly good job too. There are some great cameos by names like Clint Howard, Tim Robbins, Rebecca Romijn-Stamos, Kristen Johnston and Jerry Springer.

Unlike in AUSTIN POWERS: INTERNATIONAL MAN OF MYSTERY, there is great character development. This first AUSTIN POWERS movie did a good job laying a foundation for these characters, but this movie really set them off. Dr. Evil stole the show, which is great because he is obviously the best character. Austin Powers, Number Two and Basil are about the same as in the first one. Felicity is way more interesting and sexier than Hurley was. Frau is much more interesting in this movie, as is Scott who is still saying "Why don't you just kill them?" to his father. Mustafa, who you might not even remember from the first one, is hilarious in this movie. Mini-Me was fun, but in the next AUSTIN POWERS movie, it shouldn't revolve around him as much. Fat Bastard is my least favorite character and I hope he isn't in the next AUSTIN POWERS movie.

Go see this one, you won't regret it. It sure won't win any Oscars, but it's one of the funniest movies of the year. Turn your brain off and enjoy it!

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.

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