Austin Powers in Goldmember
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  • Austin Powers in Goldmember

Austin Powers in Goldmember

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Director: Jay Roach

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The first two Austin Powers' DVDs were New Line "platinum editions," but the latest, Austin Powers In Goldmember is the first to be part of their "Infinifilm" family. They sure can pack a lot on a single disc. As with other titles in that series, this one has a slew of supplements, which can be accessed by normal menu functions, or through the Infinifilm…  See more details below


The first two Austin Powers' DVDs were New Line "platinum editions," but the latest, Austin Powers In Goldmember is the first to be part of their "Infinifilm" family. They sure can pack a lot on a single disc. As with other titles in that series, this one has a slew of supplements, which can be accessed by normal menu functions, or through the Infinifilm notices that pop up onscreen as you watch the movie. What you will find are numerous featurettes on the effects, behind-the-scenes looks at the production, interviews with the cast and crew, and much more. In addition are around 25 minutes of deleted scenes and a gag real. Though not all of them work, this segment adds even more laughs not found in the film. Not to be left out are four music videos from the likes of Britney Spears and Beyonce Knowles, theatrical teasers and trailer plus some nice DVD-ROM content. Of course, as with the other Austin Powers discs, this one includes a screen-specific audio commentary with director Jay Roach and Mike Myers. If that weren't enough, this disc also features a "fact track" with all kinds of interesting notes that run along with the movie. As for picture and sound, it is stellar in all respects. The image, framed at 2.35:1, and anamorphic, is brilliant. A pan-and-scan version is available separately, but with it being so severely cropped, there is little point to it. Colors, a real integral element of this film, are vibrant and full of life. Detail is also strong, but then again, nothing less would have been acceptable. Simply put, this is as good a transfer, as you will find. The sound matches the visuals in every way. Both DTS and Dolby Digital English tracks are provided, and it's quite surprising that a comedy would have such an active soundtrack. Dialogue is distinct, while at the same time, the surrounds are used very effectively with excellent separation. Of particular interest is the bass, which is quite powerful at selected times.

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Editorial Reviews

Washington Post - Desson Howe
One-ups the Austin Powers sequel that came before it.
Boston Globe - Ty Burr
The most consistently funny of the Austin Powers films.

Product Details

Release Date:
Original Release:
New Line Home Video
Region Code:
[Wide Screen]
[Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital Surround EX]

Special Features

Closed Caption; Documentaries: MI-6 - International Man of Mystery; Fashion vs. Fiction; Disco Fever; English, English; Fact Track - Trivia subtitle track with direct access to additional features; Filmmaker commentary - Jay Roach and Mike Myers; The World of Austin Powers: Jay Roach & Mike Myers - Creative Convergence, Confluence of Characters (Goldmember, Foxxy Cleopatra, Nigel Powers, Masters Powers & Evil), Opening Stunts, The Cars of Austin Powers in Goldmember, Anatomy of Three Scenes (Dancing at the Gates, Roller Disco, Sumo Battle); Visual FX segment; Deleted/alternate scenes with optional director commentary; Music videos: Beyoncé Knowles "Work It Out," Britney Spears "Boys," Ming Tea "Daddy Wasn't There," Dr. Evil & Mini-Me "Hard Knock Life"; Theatrical and teaser trailers; DVD-ROM content: Revoice Studio - Use your voice to record dialogue in 12 hilarious scenes, exclusive access to online Infinifilm features, more

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Mike Myers Austin Powers,Dr. Evil,Fat Bastard,Goldmember
Beyoncé Knowles Foxxy Cleopatra
Seth Green Scott Evil
Robert Wagner Number Two
Michael York Basil Expedition
Mindy Sterling Frau Farbissina
Verne Troyer Mini-Me
Michael Caine Nigel Powers
Tom Cruise Austin Powers (in Movie)
Katie Couric Prison Guard
Danny DeVito Mini-Me (in Movie)
Quincy Jones Himself
Gwyneth Paltrow Dixie Normous
Fred Savage Number Three
Britney Spears Herself
Kevin Spacey Dr. Evil (in Movie)
Clint Howard Johnson Ritter
Carrie Ann Inaba Fook Yu
Josh Zuckerman Young Dr. Evil
Aaron Himelstein Young Austin Powers
Diane Mizota Fook Mi
John Travolta Goldmember (in Movie)

Technical Credits
Jay Roach Director
Deena Appel Costumes/Costume Designer
Juel Bestrop Casting
Katherine E. Beyda Associate Producer
Drew Boughton Art Director
Richard Brener Executive Producer
George S. Clinton Score Composer
Kevin Cross Set Decoration/Design
Peter Deming Cinematographer
Marguerite Derricks Choreography
Toby Emmerich Executive Producer
Greg Hayden Editor
John Houlihan Musical Direction/Supervision
Josh King Associate Producer,Asst. Director
John Lyons Producer
Richard Mays Set Decoration/Design
Jeanne McCarthy Casting
Michael McCullers Screenwriter
Kenneth McLaughlin Sound/Sound Designer
Eric McLeod Producer
Demi Moore Producer
Mike Myers Producer,Screenwriter
Jon Poll Editor
Marco Rubeo Set Decoration/Design
Marco Schnabel Associate Producer
Rusty Smith Production Designer
Stan Winston Studio Makeup Special Effects
Greg "Fingers" Taylor Co-producer
Jennifer Todd Producer
Suzanne Todd Producer

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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Lights! Camera! Austin! [7:23]
2. The Perfect Plan [5:38]
3. Daddy Issues [10:38]
4. Destination 1975 [10:02]
5. Hard Knock Life [4:30]
6. The Mole [2:37]
7. Meet the Fahza [5:46]
8. Tokyo Tangle [6:03]
9. Son's Present [2:14]
10. Mr. Roboto [8:37]
11. Father Son Spat [1:52]
12. Mini-Defector [4:07]
13. Evil Demands [1:57]
14. Clone of Burden [6:14]
15. Sons of the Father [5:13]
16. Goldmember Strikes [3:44]
17. Epilogue [1:28]
18. End Credits [6:26]


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Austin Powers in Goldmember 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 26 reviews.
Yellowenglish More than 1 year ago
Do you like a good comedy? Well then Austin Powers: Goldmember is perfect for you. This movie is played by Mike Myers, Seth Green, and Beyonce plus the rest of the cast. It is the third movie in the Austin Powers series. From my opinion it is the best so far. Austin Powers: Goldmember is a great movie because it is funny, it has a good cast, and a perfect length. After I watched this movie I almost laughed my pants off. In this movie Austin Power¿s dad is kidnapped, so Austin has to save his dad and stop Dr. Evil from destroying the world. Austin teams up with Beyonce as they go through Dr. Evil¿s henchmen to save his dad. In the beginning they make a movie about Austin Power¿s life that is starred by Tom Cruise, Danny Devito, and Kevin Spacey. I could watch this movie one hundred times and still laugh. The cast makes this movie funny by what they say and how they say it. Mike Myers has a funny laugh and his teeth stick out so much. Beyonce has a huge afro that covers her head. In the movie, Austin unplugged the fountain so he urinated in the fountain to not get caught by the bad guys. Mike Myers plays four different characters in the movie and he has a different accent for each character. No one can beat this cast¿s acting. The length of this movie is perfect because it fits all of the parts. The length of this movie gives it good detail. It is well organized with a beginning, middle, and end. The ending keeps me thinking of what will happen in the next movie. In the movie, Austin fights one of Dr. Evil¿s henchman and the length of the fight helps me understand the character better. I have no trouble understanding this movie, with such a good length. Austin Powers: Goldmember is a great movie because it is funny, it has a good cast, and a perfect length. It is a classic comedy for you and your family. When I am looking for a comedy I choose this movie and I suggest that you should too. I rated this movie five stars, and after you watch it, trust me you will do the same. I hope you liked my opinion about the movie, and I wish to hear yours.
bert More than 1 year ago
A funny movie from the start and to the finish.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Goldfinger was so hilarious. I laughed so hard that I cried for just about the whole movie (should have seen my raccoon eyes!). If you thought that Austin II was funny, you will love this one!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Austin Powers in Goldmember was the best Austin Powers yet. Dr. Evil, Scott,The fat dude, Foxxy, Mini-Me, and of course, Austin are all back for well,... lets just say that thre are some changes for everyone. You'll have to watch it to see what i mean! E- mail me for any questions! Bye bye for now. I really hope that they make an Austin Powers 4!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I think this is a must see film and Britney's second film is great!
Guest More than 1 year ago
When I watched this film in the theater I laughed the whole time!! When the movie was over, my eyes were watering so bad I had to get a tissue. I wasn¿t the only one laughing, but everyone around me was too. I¿m getting the movie today because I want to watch it again because it was so funny!!! If you like funny movies this would be the one to get!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Director Jay Roach and creator/star Mike Meyers bring another tasteless, but hilarious adventure in the Austin Powers saga. ''Goldmember'' is clearly silly and of no significance than to entertain and make you produce some belly laughs...and does so admirably. Any scene with Dr. Evil is worth the price of the DVD! Both the sound and picture are crystal clear, but haven't listened to the commentary by Meyers and Roach yet. Sure it is very interesting! Greatly recommend this DVD to add to your comedy selection. Forget Austin Powers, the real star is Dr. Evil. His performance is billion dollars!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Foxy is the bomb but what happend to Felicity? The whole movie is cool and Goldmember is whacked! But I love the song ''Boys''. Britanys awesome and from what I have seen alot more people should see it! By the way check out the soundtrack!It is the bomb! I love Foxy and she is a whole lot of woman!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I think that this is the best of all Austion Powers. Goldmember is full of more laughs, and funnier characters, and if you haven't seen it yet, the beginning is halarious.
Guest More than 1 year ago
having happily watched the first two austin powers movies, this one left me real dissapointed. the jokes were gross and immature, and the plot was non-existant. Austin's lost his charm. Frankly, I've laughed more watching the weather channel.
Guest More than 1 year ago
In this movie, Mike Myers displays his wonderful acting skills and I am in awe of his talent, as always. Did you know that most of that movie is Improvisation?!?!? The jokes are as good as ever and his newest character, Goldmember, is just as funny as all the others, except Doctor Evil cuz he's the best!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Mike Myers is such a good actor and he simply makes Austin Powers so much better! I love all the Austin Powers movies but I have to say that this one is my favorite!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The funniest movie ever made. Gold member is the best movie of all the Auston Power vids ever made.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I think this is the best movie ever. cant believe someone has given it 1 star.frankly i think u have lost it in the head.It made me laugh my head off.I love the hard knock life song and scott at the start is so funny.His hair is no good any more though!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved it.I didn't think this would be as good as the first two, but I was wrong. No one can resist the humor of Mike Myers and Beyonce Knowles in the 70's.FUNNY,FUNNY,FUNNY
Guest More than 1 year ago
When I heard a third Austin Powers movie was coming to theaters, I'll admit, I was a bit skeptical. But to my enjoyment and surprise, I find Goldmember to be the funniest of the three Austin Powers movies! Mike Myers is one of the best comedic actors and can still make old jokes and lines funny. The puns and cameos in this movie make me enjoy it even more each time I watch it because there's some things that I didn't catch the last time I might have watched it. New characters that are as funny as the old ones also add to this movie's ability to make you laugh. Get some tissues, Goldmember will make you laugh til you cry.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved 'Austin Powers:Goldmember'! What a hilarious movie! I totally recommend it!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I've never watched any of the Austin Powers movies in my life! I didn't even know what it was all about, until last Friday, when I was shopping, I spotted it on the shelf. I read the back, and thought 'This sounds good,' so I bought it. It was so funny, I don't think I've ever laughed so much at a movie before! It is now my favorite movie, and I LOVE IT! Soooo funny, especially the shadow scene, with Mini Me and Austin! Oh, yeah, that mole guy! When Austin starts 'getting it out his system' ( in the Tokyo house ), he pokes it with a twig. This is proper funny, coz that's what you wanna do, in it?! And also, Sir Michael Caine is a good laugh, like when he's telling the guards how he's gonna beat them up in Dr.Evil's sub. Then Mini-Me points a gun at him, and he says 'Blimee! Thought I smelled cabage!' !Anyone who needs a good laugh, watch this movie! U won't regret it...
Guest More than 1 year ago
Austen Powers in Gold Member is a very funny movie and just as good as International man of Mystery and The Spy Who Shagged Me. Like a previous reviewer My favorite scene is the shadow scene with Austin and Mini Me. I know that they already did a shadow scene in The Spy Who Shagged Me with Austen Powers and Felicity Shagwell and it was hilarious but it's even more hilarious in this movie! I thought this was a good movie and my only complaint is that I didn't really like the Goldmember character. He was really more gross then funny! He was even more gross than Fat Bstard.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Not a bad movie at all. Pretty funny, but not as funny as Austin Powers 2: The Spy Who Shagged Me. Should've given more dialog to Foxy Cleopatra (Beyonce Knowles from Destiny's Child) instead, she's just the next girlfriend for Austin, and not a more fleshed-out character, like Heather Graham or Elizabeth Hurley before her. The character of Goldmember, while not in the film a lot, could've been cut down a bit more. He isn't particlularly interesting. He's not as evil as Dr. Evil, and not as disgusting as Fat [...], and comes off as a washed out amalgam of the two. Fred Savage, from TV's "The Wonder Years," is good in his two scenes as "the Mole." It's Dr. Evil, as usual, who steals the show, however. And it's a pretty good show. * * * * * * * * * * Rating: B + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + F.Y.I.: While in the movie we hear ELO's "Evil Woman," King Floyd's funk classic "Groove Me," and Bobby Darin's "Beyond the Sea," Darin's song is not on the soundtrack, and absolutely awful cover versions of the first two make the album. Avoid this soundtrack at all costs!
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