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Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery

If he were any cooler, he'd still be frozen, baby!

A world-class playboy and part-time special agent, Powers is defrosted after 30 years in a cryogenic freeze to match wits with his nemesis, Dr. Evil (also played by Myers). Possessing antiquated spy skills and mod mannerisms from the `60s, Austin must confront a villain like no other while making peace with his own out-of-date, swinging sexuality.

Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery - FILM REVIEW

Roger Ebert,


"The movie, written by Myers and directed by Jay Roach, is smart enough to know the 1960s are funny without being exaggerated. In one sequence, a fashion photographer shoots '60s fashions, and the clothes, which look like outlandish science-fiction fantasies, are in fact identical to costumes worn during posing sessions in Antonioni's "Blow Up" (1967). Movie buffs will have fun cataloging all the references to other movies; I clocked "A Hard Day's Night" and "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band'' in addition to "BVD'' and all the Bond, Matt Helm and "Our Man Flint'' references." For the full review CLICK HERE.

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Playing at Hyland Cinema:

Directed by: 
Jay Roach
Running Time: 
89 min
Mike Myers, Elizabeth Hurley, Michael York
Screenplay by: 
Mike Myers
PG: Coarse Language/ Sexuality

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