Austin Powers In Goldmember

Austin Powers In Goldmember

The world's most shagadelic spy continues his fight against Dr. Evil. This time, the diabolical doctor and his clone, Mini-Me, team up with a new foe -- '70s kingpin Goldmember. While pursuing the team of villains to stop them from world domination, Austin gets help from his dad and an old girlfriend.

Dr. Evil plans to travel back in time to 1975 and bring back Johan van der Smut, aka "Goldmember", who developed a cold fusion unit for a tractor beam which Dr. Evil names "Preparation H". Moments after this plan is revealed, Austin Powers and the British Secret Service attack the base and arrest Dr. Evil. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Kody H (kr) wrote: Horrendous. I accidentally watched the French 2008 Mutants trailer and expected this movie to be fantastic... This movie was worse than petroleum jelly filled donuts. Imagine the mindless psuedo-macho attitude of Doom, with the production value of a backyard porn-o.This movies only redeeming quality is the somewhat interesting plot. If done correctly, this could be a decent post apocolyptic film, as long as you cut out the commando bullshit and focused more on the test subjects... I had to force myself to finish this film, and I do not recommend it to even the most die-hard bottom of the blockbuster rent list movie fan.

Jon A (ag) wrote: The setup is good, but the conclusion and resolution are sort of 'meh'. Good score as per usual.

Philip L (it) wrote: Interesting relationships with an somewhat unexpected ending, at least I did not see that one coming.

Danielle H (fr) wrote: This is based on one of my favourite books, so I guess no film could live up to it. The fact that it had to have an American as a main character was irritating. Juliette Binoche doesn't quite get the Afrikaans accent right, but she does do quite a good job otherwise. The film was a bit simplistic.

Dan K (jp) wrote: Its schtick runs dry after about 15 minutes. Once I saw the earthquake strike a second time I knew the filmmakers ran out of ideas despite the infinite amount of tricks they could pull with four screens running simultaneously. Gets about as bad as it could be towards the end of the movie when the cast starts pitching this movie they're already in.

Laura S (nl) wrote: Retrata un poco ese feeling del disgusto por el sistema de educacin britnico ("te decimos que pensar, que decir, tu slo obedece") que ya hemos visto en The Wall... por lo dems, retrata a la vez, la violencia idiota, que no va haca ningn fin y que dudosamente cambiara el sistema. Trevor fue el primer papel de Tim Roth... y es la riata. Es entretenido ver todas sus explosiones de ira haha. Lo am.

Charlie G (it) wrote: Didn't live up to the first one.

Ashley H (jp) wrote: Beware, My Lovely is an okay film. It is about a psychopath who takes a job as a handyman at the house of a lonely widow. Ida Lupino and Robert Ryan give good performances. The screenplay is a little slow in places. Harry Horner did an alright job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture because of the drama.

Shane D (ca) wrote: At a whopping 3 hours and 7 minutes this is a real struggle. The middle act is basically a gauntlet of unnecessary (yet flashy) action sequence after the other, all the beauty of this film is in the journey to Skull Island, and the closing finale. Might've been helped by wiping a whole hour off the run time.

Leam W (kr) wrote: Promising start, but the film ultimately runs out of ideas and falls back on old ideas. 5.0/10

Brett W (es) wrote: Superlatively seventies film, PG-rating with nudity, terrible script, acting, etc. Pretty fun.

k l (ca) wrote: HATARI! is a much warmer film than it is funny, in fact, as a comedy, its gags are quite feeble. Set in a dramatic landscape in Africa, there is not a lot of drama, and everybody, even the animals, are mild and cooperative. It's astonishing how the film managed to have no blood or killing at all, and that makes the film a fable like experience - boy falls in love with girl, surrounded by friendly and welcoming animals. This, and the fact that there is no villain or villainy at all throughout the film, and the fact that everybody loves one another, and that "love" is strictly retrained the pure and simple platonic sense, all contributed to its likeableness. About the only flaw of the film is its pace and its gags, which as I said, are not comic geniuses. But HATARI! is truly a great film from the master Howard Hawks.