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Format: Blu-Ray DVD
Sku: 208973551
UPC: 794043125010
UPC 14: 00794043125010
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Contains international man of mystery,the spy who shagged me and goldmember

"...funny, extremely funny...  Barbara Shulgasser, San Francisco Examiner
"...many hilarious moments...  Christine James, Boxoffice Magazine
"Hilarious!  Jeffrey Lyons, WNBC-TV New York
"Two thumbs up!  Siskel & Ebert

Editor's Note
Three hilarious films starring Mike Myers as the groovy special agent, Austin Powers; INTERNATIONAL MAN OF MYSTERY, THE SPY WHO SHAGGED ME, and GOLDMEMBER. See individual titles for further information.

AUSTIN POWERS: INTERNATIONAL MAN OF MYSTERY: The dastardly doings of Dr. Evil lead to his escape into outer space and the cryogenic freezing of super-agent Austin Powers. Thirty years later Dr. Evil returns to earth to bring about terror and mass destruction but finds his ideas and methods a bit out of date. So too does our hero who upon being thawed out, finds he's a bit behind the times as well. Well meaning and bumbling efforts to thwart the insidious Dr. Evil keep Austin and his devastatingly beautiful partner Vanessa busy from London to Las Vegas. Freedom in the '90s, baby! A hilarious send up of James Bond spy films and 1960s schtick.

AUSTIN POWERS: THE SPY WHO SHAGGED ME: In his second screen adventure, British super-spy Austin Powers must return to 1969, as arch-nemisis Dr. Evil has ventured back to that year and successfully stolen Austin's "mojo" (libido!) and set up an ultra-powerful cannon and aimed it at the Earth. With the help of gorgeous agent Felicity Shagwell, the newly single Austin must now not only contend with Dr. Evil, but also Evil's vicious, pint-size attack-clone, Mini-Me. Also in this installment, Evil's son, Scott, finds out who his mother is and Mike Myers stars as a third character, rotund Scotsman Fat Bastard. More raucous fun in the spirit of its 1997 smash predecessor.

AUSTIN POWERS IN GOLDMEMBER: The third movie in the Austin Powers series, stars Mike Myers in director Jay Roach's James Bond Sci-Fi 1970s funkadelic formula--a hyper-stylized backdrop to what is ultimately Myers' one-man show.

GOLDMEMBER is a family affair. Austin has a few unresolved issues with his dear old dad, Nigel Powers (the dead ringer Michael Caine, who is also a good sport), and he hopes to work out some Freudian tension when he's not saving the world from the forces of evil. Myers flexes his actor muscles and portrays a more thoughtful, and--is it even possible--a slightly less geeky Austin in this film. Likewise, even the bad guys show some new personality: Dr. Evil reveals a penchant for talking like a hip-hop, wise-ass homeboy, and the new villain Goldmember (the latest in Myers' repertoire) is an enigmatic amputee with a heart of gold who speaks with a Dutch accent and eats his own peeling skin. If that's not disgusting enough, Fat Bastard, the greasy behemoth from the THE SPY WHO SHAGGED ME, appears again in GOLDMEMBER, delving into new and nasty scatological territory. But the joke's on us, because GOLDMEMBER's toilet humor is so extreme that it dissolves into a harmless fit of giggles, keeping viewers laughing from start to finish.


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Technical Info

Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: New Line
Video Release Date Release Date: 11/2/2010
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 1997
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 1000042590
Video UPC UPC: 00794043125010
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 3

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Widescreen  2.40:1

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Beyonce Knowles
Video Cast Info Heather Graham
Video Cast Info Mike Myers
Video Cast Info Mimi Rogers
Video Cast Info Mindy Sterling
Video Cast Info Michael Caine
Video Cast Info Michael York
Video Cast Info Elizabeth Hurley
Video Cast Info Robert Wagner
Video Cast Info Seth Green
Video Cast Info Rob Lowe
Video Cast Info Mike Myers - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Michael McCullers - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Jay Roach - Director


MTV Award (2003)
   Video Award Name Beyonce Knowles, Nominee, [Goldmember] Breakthrough Female Performance
Video Award Name Mike Myers, Winner, [Goldmember] Best Comedic Performance

MTV Award (2000)
   Video Award Name Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, Nominee, [The Spy Who] Best Movie

Oscar (2000)
   Video Award Name Michele Burke, Mike Smithson, Nominee, [The Spy Who] Best Makeup

MTV Award (2000)
Video Award Name Mike Myers, Winner, [The Spy Who] Best Villain
   Video Award Name Mike Myers, Nominee, [The Spy Who] Best Comedic Performance
   Video Award Name Mike Myers, Verne Troyer, Nominee, [The Spy Who] Best Fight
Video Award Name Mike Myers, Verne Troyer, Winner, [The Spy Who] Best On-Screen Duo

MTV Award (1998)
Video Award Name Mike Myers, Winner, [International] Best Dance Sequence
Video Award Name Mike Myers, Winner, [International] Best Villain
   Video Award Name Mike Myers, Nominee, [International] Best Comedic Performance
   Video Award Name Mike Myers, Nominee, [International] Best Movie

Professional Reviews

ReelViews 7 of 10
[The Spy Who] The title character's "mojo" isn't the only thing missing from Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me. Also absent are the freshness and spontaneity that characterized the original. Those characteristics have been replaced by lame and obvious attempts at comedy and a lead actress with a particularly poor sense of comic timing. While the movie boasts several sequences of inspired humor, too much of what The Spy Who Shagged Me has to offer is tired and derivative, and, when the various jokes and gags are tallied, there are many more misses than hits. Coupled with the dilution of the Bond-related satire that suffused the first entry (this film takes more badly-aimed shots at Star Wars than at 007), it all equates to a disappointing theatrical experience...For all of its problems, The Spy Who Shagged Me has its high points. The banter between Dr. Evil and his son is frequently laced with witticisms (mostly on Scott's part as he indicates obvious flaws in his father's diabolical, convoluted plans). There's a very funny scene in silhouette that makes it appear that Austin and Felicity are into some extraordinarily kinky sexual activities. (Those who are easily offended, beware.) And there's a cleverly edited sequence that has various bit players coming up with different ways to describe a spaceship that resembles male genitalia. This segment challenged the writers to unearth more than a dozen PG-13 rated synonyms for the male reproductive organs. It's juvenile, but amusing, and features cameos from "Woody" Harrelson and "Willie" Nelson...By using the same director, Jay Roach, for both films, a certain continuity is assured. Set design for The Spy Who Shagged Me is suitably colorful and outrageous. The film's vision of the 1960s bears no resemblance to reality, but it's pleasing to the eyes. The musical cues, plainly designed to sell the soundtrack, are mostly nondescript. Overall, however, there's little in the sequel that stands out, and, aside from the handful of comic highlights, The Spy Who Shagged Me fails to arrest the attention. The original Austin Powers worked because it was new. And, while this one is certainly watchable, that's far from a ringing endorsement. In the final analysis, it's basically a drag, baby. - James Berardinelli

Rolling Stone 9 of 10
[Goldmember] Picture this: Mike Myers as swinging agent Austin Powers meeting twin Japanese babes named Fook Mi and Fook Yu. Or Britney Spears hitting on Mini-Me (Verne Troyer). Or Fat Bastard (who Myers plays as Sean Connery's diet nightmare) squeezing out a fresh turd and reacting with great Scot horror as he examines it: "But I didn't eat any corn."...Such small,gross, infantile moments -- too few, if you ask me -- make up the best of Austin Powers in Goldmember, the third and splashiest chapter yet in the series co-written by Myers and directed by Jay Roach. By splashy, I mean huge, elaborate, over-produced. Not good words. Since the first sequel, in 1999, grossed $205 million, compared to the $73 million peanuts of the modest 1997 original, AP has become a commodity. The new film is swollen with show-off effects, most egregiously the star cameos that reviewers have been warned not to reveal. Being a little Dr. Evil myself, I will say that Ozzy Osbourne comes on to bitch that the film is "recycling the same fucking jokes." Good point, Oz...Even the new Myers character Goldmember, a Dutch man who likes eating the skin that flakes off his body, feels uninspired. All praise to Michael Caine, who plays Austin's studly spy daddy, Nigel, and to Beyonce Knowles, who turns on Pam Grier sass as agent Foxxy Cleopatra. But hit-and-miss skits trying to pass as a coherent time-traveling plot reduce them to bystanders. The gifted Myers lets his once and (I hope) future shag king get lost in an elephantine Hollywood franchise. The first time was the charm, baby. - Peter Travers

Chicago Sun-Times 8 of 10
[International] In the opening scenes of Austin Powers, International Man of Mystery, the British superagent has nearly won his war against the scheming Dr. Evil. But Evil escapes by boarding a rocket shaped like Bob's Big Boy and going into orbit around the Earth--where he will wait, cryogenically frozen, until the time is right to resume his scheme for world domination. To counter this move, Austin Powers has himself frozen, and when Evil returns in 1997, Powers is defrosted, too...That's the simple but productive premise of Austin Powers, a funny movie that only gets funnier the more familiar you are with the James Bond movies, all the Bond clones and countless other 1960s films. The joke is that both Powers and Dr. Evil are creatures of the 1960s, and time has passed them by...The cast is well-chosen. Michael York is serious business as Basil Exposition, the British spymaster assigned to bring Powers up to date. Hurley again shows a nice comic flair (she regards her own sexuality with amusement)...Charles Napier, from BVD, is the hard-edged Commander Gilmore, all teeth and grim concern. And Seth Green finds the right modern note in totally dismissing everything that his father has worked so long to destroy...What is best is the puppy-dog earnestness and enthusiasm that Myers brings to his role. He can only imagine how exciting 1997 will be. Just think: When he was frozen, the world was embracing widespread promiscuity, one-night stands, recreational drugs and mind expansion. He can only imagine what wonderful improvements have come along in the last 30 years. - Roger Ebert

Product Attributes

Product attributeActor:   Myers,Michael
Product attributeLabel:   Warner Home Video
Product attributeMusic Format:   Blu-ray DVD
Product attributeVideo Format:   Blu-Ray
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