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Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002)
Action,Adventure,Comedy,Music
USA / English
"On July 26th the Secret Will Be Exposed "
Upon learning that his father has been kidnapped, Austin Powers must travel to 1975 and defeat the aptly-named villain Goldmember - who is working with Dr. Evil.
Mike Myers Austin Powers/Dr. Evil/Goldmember/Fat Bastard
Beyoncé Knowles Foxxy Cleopatra
Seth Green Scott Evil
Michael York Basil Exposition
Robert Wagner Number Two
Mindy Sterling Frau Farbissina
Verne Troyer Mini Me
Michael Caine Nigel Powers
Fred Savage Number Three
Diane Mizota Fook Mi
Carrie Ann Inaba Fook Yu
Nobu Matsuhisa Mr. Roboto
Aaron Himelstein Young Austin Powers
Josh Zuckerman Young Dr. Evil
Eddie Adams Young Basil Exposition
Director: Jay Roach
Producer: John S. Lyons,Eric McLeod,Demi Moore,Mike Myers,Jennifer Todd,Suzanne Todd
Writer: Mike Myers,Mike Myers
The weakest entry to the Austin Power's series to me by far.
I liked the first two Austin Powers' movies quite a bit. Not so much with this one, this one was okay as most of it we have seen before. Granted, there was a humorous opening I did not expect and the closing was the same, but the stuff in the middle was just same ol same ol. The only two new facets in this entry are Michael Caine as Austin's dad which is somewhat funny and Goldmember a new villain who is not funny at all. Also, Austin has a new girl and Beyonce is the weakest of the Austin girls by far. So the story, of course Dr. Evil has a plan involving Goldmember, kidnapping Austin's dad and a new doomsday device all doing most of the same jokes from part one and two. Sure some of it is still a bit funny, but it is also old too. The story is not as fluent either as it goes here and there making jokes at everything and not seeming to be as well put together as the first two were. Then there is the revelation at the end that makes little sense especially considering the previous two movies. So just about everything in this one is weaker than the previous two movies. Nothing really is better here and for the most parts you are just revisiting jokes from the previous installments as well. So in the end if this is the last one of the series it goes off on a rather weak note, and I have not heard anything about a sequel anytime in the future and how this one ended I would not think it possible anyway so expect a good chuckle here and there, but nothing new really worth seeing.

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Nr of disks/tapes:1
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Imdb rating: 6.2
Musician: George S. Clinton
Running time: 94 min
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Last modified: 2007-07-18 22:37:2