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Austin Powers: Goldmember (2002)

Cast: Mike Myers, Beyoncé Knowles, Beyoncé Knowles, more...
Director: Jay Roach, Jay Roach
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Studio: New Line Home Video
Genre: Comedies, Parodies, Time Travel
Running Time: 95 min.
Languages: English
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Mike Myers' phenomenally successful spy spoof gains a few more characters, a slew of celebrity cameos, and even more free-associative laughs in this third installment of the popular franchise. Austin Powers in Goldmember continues the exploits of the swinging-'60s leftover, who, as the film opens, is busy critiquing a big-budget Hollywood production of his life story, replete with a 20-million-dollar star in the lead role and a slew of John Woo-style action scenes. But not far from the soundstage lurks arch nemesis Dr. Evil (Myers), who has opened up a talent agency representing some of the industry's biggest stars -- all the while channeling their profits into a diabolical world-destruction plan with the unfortunate code name Preparation H. Dr. Evil presents a distraction to Austin by kidnapping his similarly swingin' father, Nigel Powers, and transporting him back in time to 1975. Travelling there to save his father -- and in turn win back his dad's sometimes-errant affection -- Austin comes across the alluring superspy Foxxy Cleopatra (Beyonce Knowles). The three of them travel back to the present day, where they join forces to battle Dr. Evil and his posse of nefarious evil-doers, including the trusty clone Mini-Me (Verne Troyer); his snotty son, Scott (Seth Green); the inimitable Fat Bastard (Myers); and the eponymous new addition to the fold: the epidermis-obsessed, precious-metal-fortified Dutchman called Goldmember (Myers). ~ Michael Hastings, All Movie Guide

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The series has run its course by JEFRYE61 March 18, 2010 - 11:03 PM PDT
Not as funny as the first two but still a good time. If you're a fan of the others, you will definitely enjoy this one. Myers tries so desperately hard to keep things fresh, witty, and funny but only comes so close to matching wits with the first 2 movies. So you know love it for what it is and enjoy!

not even close to the first two.. but with enough cameo's to laugh it.. by psychodrama311 June 17, 2003 - 5:40 PM PDT
ok.. with enough laughs to keep the movie semi decent. with enough cameo's to put this movie in a different social circle.. yet without the comic timing or parody of the first two. miss horrible as a comedic sidekick. seth green sleeps his way through this movie. i laughed out loud at part...but it had the disappointing feeling that i remembered when i saw jay and silent bob strike back. too many jokes.. seemingly told just for friends. pure disappoint.

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