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Justin L. Clemons 6 years ago
The movie has Mojo.
Robyn Hamilton over 6 years ago
Classic campy fun. Good party flick.
Tavis 7 years ago
My favorite AP movie. There are scenes in this that still put me in tears laughing.
Kakra over 7 years ago
Lowell Perkins over 7 years ago
If your girlfriend forces you to watch Twilight, force her to watch this.
Dylan Clites almost 8 years ago
These movies are the definition of a guilty pleasure for me. I love the hell out of them.
Marc Hyde 7 months ago
Joshua Lee 11 months ago
Don Lathrop 12 months ago
Mike Miller over 1 year ago
Michelle Roussell almost 2 years ago
Liam Price almost 2 years ago
Hiram Soto 2 years ago
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Justinas Jarukaitis over 2 years ago
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, released in 1999, is the second film in the Austin Powers series that began with 1997's Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery and continued with Austin Powers in Goldmember. The film was directed by Jay Roach, co-written by Mike Myers and screenwriter Michael McCullers, and once again stars Myers as the title character. Myers also plays Dr. Evil and Fat Bastard. This sequel was followed in 2002 by Austin Powers In Goldmember. The film's title is a play on the 1977 Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me and contains plot elements from James Bond films, Diamonds Are Forever (Laser Gun Plot and Cloning), You Only Live Twice (Secret Volcano Base), Moonraker (Outer Space Ventures), The Man with the Golden Gun (Mini Me based on character Nick Nack) and On Her Majesty's Secret Service (opening sequence in which Vanessa Kensington dies). The film grossed around US$310 million in worldwide ticket sales, taking more money during its opening weekend than the...
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