Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me

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Overview

Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me is presented in its original 2.35:1 aspect ratio, already a step ahead of the original. The full-length screen-specific audio commentary continues along the lines of the first film's disc, with director Jay Roach and Mike Myers joined by co-writer Michael McCullers. The track is adequate and the participants joke around enough to keep it appealing. The 25-minute behind-the-scenes documentary consists mostly of cast and crew interviews and on-set footage. The 21 deleted scenes...
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Overview

Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me is presented in its original 2.35:1 aspect ratio, already a step ahead of the original. The full-length screen-specific audio commentary continues along the lines of the first film's disc, with director Jay Roach and Mike Myers joined by co-writer Michael McCullers. The track is adequate and the participants joke around enough to keep it appealing. The 25-minute behind-the-scenes documentary consists mostly of cast and crew interviews and on-set footage. The 21 deleted scenes have some humorous improvisational moments but all seem worthy of their cutting-room-floor status. Three music videos by Madonna, Lenny Kravitz, and Mel B are also included, as well as all of the film's worthwhile trailers and extensive DVD-ROM features. Finally, a "hidden" Dr. Evil menu appears on the special features menu after a few minutes. The best selection here is a parody of A&E Biography called "The Dr. Evil Story" that features interviews and recollections with the entire cast in character and has plenty of laughs. Links to Dr. Evil's musical numbers and "Classic Evil Schemes Gone Awry" are also a part of the hidden menu. Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me keeps in the tradition of the original film's DVD by offering a good amount of extras presented in the same quirky and humorous style as the movies.
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Special Features

Widescreen version of the film; Up to 20 minutes of deleted scenes; Feature-length commentary with Mike Myers, director Jay Roach, and co-writer Michael McCullers; Behind-the-scenes documentary; Dr. Evils "hidden" special features page: Jump to the Dr. Evil song; Comedy Central's Canned Ham; "The Dr. Evil Story"; Music videos: Madonna "Beautiful Stranger"; Lenny Kravitz "American Woman"; Mel B [Scary Spice] "Word Up"; Four theatrical trailers; Interactive menus; DVD-ROM features:; Trivia computer game; Website on the DVD; Web browser and screensavers; Three interactive Austin episodes; Cast, crew, and trivia information
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me may not have been half the unexpectedly enjoyable romp of the original, but it doubled the character's pop culture prominence and the vernacular use of the phrases "Yeah, baby!" and "Do I make you horny?" In fact, rarely has there been such a widely mimicked film icon as Austin Powers, even if the most inspired bits from these films concern the fey supervillain Dr. Evil, also played by Mike Myers. It's a testament to the blind affection accorded this franchise that the sequel's most celebrated character is Mini Me, played by the vertically challenged Verne Troyer, who turned into such a stature-defying popular curiosity that he became the shortest man since Tom Cruise to get so much work. Audiences were so giddy to plunk themselves back into that free-lovin' world of shagadelic goofiness, they didn't even notice that many of the jokes were essentially repeated, or that the improvisation level was shockingly high. All that mattered was Myers returning in both brilliant roles, plus a third (the sweaty Fat Bastard), and Heather Graham filling the eye-candy role vacated by Elizabeth Hurley. The movie hits its funniest strides when reveling in its anachronistic cultural references, such as Dr. Evil covering Will Smith's paternal ode "Just the Two of Us," or aping Jerry Maguire by telling his miniature self, "You complete me." Capable of enormous feats at the box office, as well as getting incredible mileage from kitsch, the Austin Powers series should be healthy for as long as Myers wants to continue coining catch phrases.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/16/1999
  • UPC: 794043489129
  • Original Release: 1999
  • Rating:

  • Source: New Line Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Cinemascope (2.35:1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:35:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 10,426

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Mike Myers Austin Powers, Dr. Evil, Fat Bastard
Heather Graham Felicity Shagwell
Michael York Basil Exposition
Robert Wagner Number Two
Rob Lowe Young Number Two
Seth Green Scott Evil
Mindy Sterling Frau Farbissina
Verne Troyer Mini-Me
Elizabeth Hurley Vanessa Kensington
Kristen Johnston Ivana Humpalot
Gia Carides Robin Swallows
Burt Bacharach himself
Elvis Costello himself
Will Ferrell , Mustafa
Woody Harrelson himself
Charles Napier , General Hawk
Willie Nelson himself
Tim Robbins President of the United States
Rebecca Romijn , Herself
Jerry Springer himself
Fred Willard , Mission Commander
Clint Howard Johnson Ritter
Muse Watson The Klansman
Technical Credits
Jay Roach Director
Sara Andrews Set Decoration/Design
Deena Appel Costumes/Costume Designer
Juel Bestrop Casting
Michele Burke Makeup
Emma Chasin Associate Producer
George S. Clinton Score Composer
Stephen Cooper Set Decoration/Design
Michael De Luca Executive Producer
Alec Hammond Art Director
John Houlihan Musical Direction/Supervision
John Jeffries Set Decoration/Design
Donna Langley Executive Producer
John Lyons Producer
Gary Scott Marcus Asst. Director
Jeanne McCarthy Casting
Michael McCullers Screenwriter
Kenneth McLaughlin Sound/Sound Designer
Eric McLeod Producer
Demi Moore Producer
Mike Myers Producer, Screenwriter
Debra Neil-Fisher Editor
Hal Olofsson Asst. Director
Jon Poll Editor
Marguerite Pomerhn-Derricks Choreography
Andrew Reeder Set Decoration/Design
Rusty Smith Production Designer
Mike Smithson Makeup
Ueli Steiger Cinematographer
Erwin Stoff Executive Producer
Suzanne Todd Producer
Jennifer Todd Producer
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Scene Index

Scene Selections
0. Scene Selections
1. Logos/I Married a Fembot [4:39]
2. Opening Titles [2:40]
3. "My Father is Evil and Wants to Take Over the World" [:14]
4. Photo Shoot [2:45]
5. Dr. Evil's Headquarters [:06]
6. The Time Portal [:37]
7. Checkmate [1:25]
8. How to Steal Mojo [:10]
9. Back to the Sixties [4:46]
10. Austin's Pad, 1969 [2:04]
11. "Prepare to Die, Powers!" [2:11]
12. A Familiar Fez [2:02]
13. Mister Mojo Risin [1:35]
14. M.O.D. Cryo Chamber [3:09]
15. I'm a Believer [2:25]
16. It Got Weird [3:51]
17. The Shag Pad [4:26]
18. The Alan Parsons Project [:39]
19. Tracking Fat Bastard [:49]
20. Sample Analysis [2:16]
21. Dr. Evil's Island [:08]
22. Just the Two of Us [1:53]
23. Captured [4:17]
24. Unidentified Flying Object [2:10]
25. The Moon Base [2:00]
26. Attack of Mini-Me [1:56]
27. Felicity or the World [2:36]
28. My Mojo [:23]
29. Austin's Pad [:54]
30. Another UFO Sighting/End Credits [:34]
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Menu

Main
Play Movie
   Menu Group #1 with 31 chapter(s) covering 01:35:01
Audio Options
Special Features
   Feature Length Commentary
   Deleted Scenes
      Secrets
      Trading Compliments
      Extra Foam
      Nanook
      "Who Wants To Eat Him?"
      "Be Strong"
      Mini-Me And Number 2
      "How Do You Do?"
      A Chair Problem
      Ambush
      A Table Problem
      Drink?
      Number 2 And Fat Bastard
      Being Cautious
      Mini-Me Bites
      Odor Problem
      "You Are So Beautiful"
      Sexy Detector
      Arbitrary Orders
      2 Plus 2
      Montage
      Play All
   Behind The Scenes
      Introductions And Influences
      Dr. Evil And The Time Machine
      The Girl
      The Choeographer, The Costomes And The Sets
      Cameos
      Mini-Me
      A New Take, A New Spin
      Play All
   Music Videos
      Madonna "Beautiful Stranger"
      Lenny Kravitz "American Woman"
      Melanie G (AKA Scary Spice) "Word Up"
   Theatrical Trailers
      Teaser A
      Teaser B
      Theatrical Trailer
      Austin Powers International Man Of Mistery Theatrical Trailer
   Cameos
      Clint Howard
      Rebecca Romijn-Stamos
      Woody Harrelson
      Willie Nelson
      Jerry Springer
      Tim Robbins
      Elvis Costello
      Burt Bacharach
   Cast and Crew
      Mike Myers
      Michael York
      Heather Graham
      Robert Wagner
      Seth Green
      Will Ferrell
      Kristin Johnston
      Verne Troyer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Austin Powers

    It's great if you like stupid humor... very funny overall.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    This Sequel is Even Funnier Than The First Movie!

    Austen Powers: the Spy Who Shagged Me is a very funny sequel to Austen Powers: International Man of Mystery and it is absolutely hilarious. One of my favorite scenes is the hilarious shadow scene in the tent with Austen Powers and Felicity Shagwell, plus there are many more hilarious scenes! The whole cast is great but I especially like Mike Myers as Austen Powes and Dr. Evil, Seth Green as Scott Evil and Verne Troyer as Mini-Me! And Robert Wagner was very good as Number Two and also Rob Lowe was very good as younger Number Two.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    It will shag you!

    The movie scores some big laughs and it's funnier than Austin Powers International Man of Mystery. The movie has a strong cast, funny characters, and good plot.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    GROOVY BABY!

    This is 1 groovy film! Dead funny, i was almost crying i laughed so much! If you're in need of a laugh, then this is the film 4 u!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Lots of Fun!

    This spoof on Secret agents and the 60's is a lot of fun. This movie should be watched for its comedy and soundtrack. Actually a sequel that is good.... Follows the same randy vein as the first movie.

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