Popular Broadway actor Gary Johnston is recruited by the elite counter-terrorism organization Team America: World Police. As the world begins to crumble around him, he must battle with terrorists, celebrities and falling in love.
Austin Powers is a 60's spy who is cryonically frozen and released in the 1990's. The world is a very different place for Powers. Unfortunately for Austin, everyone is no longer sex-mad. Although he may be in a different decade, his mission is still the same. He has teamed up with Vanessa Kensington to stop the evil Dr. Evil, who was also frozen in the past. Dr. Evil stole a nuclear weapon and is demanding a payment of (when he realises its the 90's) 100 billion dollars. Can Austin Powers stop this madman? or will he caught up with Evil's henchman, with names like Alotta Fagina and Random Task? Only time will tell!Written by
Included among the American Film Institute's 2000 list of the five hundred movies nominated for the Top 100 Funniest American Movies. See more »
The Marching Band featured on the opening London scene is an American high school style band not British. The give-away is that American bands tend to use Mellophones instead of French Horns, Trumpets instead of Cornets, Marching Baritones instead of upright Baritones, and Sousaphones instead of regular tubas. Also as Mike Meyers notes in the DVD commentary, civilian marching bands like this aren't really a thing in England, except for colliery brass bands in northern mining towns. See more »
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to my underground lair. I have gathered here before me the world's deadliest assassins, and yet each of you has failed to kill Austin Powers. That makes me angry. And when Dr. Evil gets angry, Mr. Bigglesworth gets upset. And when Mr. Bigglesworth gets upset... people DIE!
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The final credits include scenes of a photo shoot with Austin Powers, as well as a music video of the song 'BBC' by Ming Tea. See more »
Making things even more complicated, there now appears to have been two different versions broadcast on TBS - one with the differences noted above, using the character name "Alotta Cleavaga", and other televised version with the above differences, but with the "Alotta Fagina" name intact. See more »
In this hilarious spoof of 60's spy flicks, a swinging secret agent is thawed out of his cryogenic state in order to combat his old nemesis. The laughs never stop as Myers entertains in two pivotal roles. Hurley is sexy as Austin's partner and love interest. Robert Wagner finds ways to make fun of his "It Takes a Thief" character and is very entertaining in the process. A quickly paced film that generates constant laughs with each viewing. A sequel is soon to be released...Yeah, baby!
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