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Austin Powers Collection (International Man of Mystery / The Spy Who Shagged Me / Goldmember) [Blu-ray]
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Austin Powers-International Man of Mystery Name: Austin Danger Powers. Sex: Yes, please! Combine the swinging '60s, spy movies, talented Mike Myers in dual roles and one hilariously well- placed champagne bottle and you get Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery. Say "Yeah, baby!" for laughs as Flower Power-era superspy Austin (Myers) is thawed from a 30-year cryogenic freeze to stop the world-dominating scheme of bald baddie Dr. Evil (also Myers). Elizabeth Hurley, shagadelic style and Austin's randy attempts to find '60s-style free love in a very different, uptight time add to the groovy fun of this mad, mod, Myers world.
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me He's back--back in the 1960s. Secret agent Austin Powers (Mike Myers) hops in a top-secret time machine and zips 30 years back to 1969 to confront Dr. Evil (Myers) and his latest, vilest scheme. Evil is eviler – he has a diminutive clone Mini-Me (Verne J. Troyer) and massive Fat Bastard (Myers) as a henchmen. Austin, who "put the grrr in swinger, baby," is swingier…if he and fab spy chick Felicity Shagwell (Heather Graham) can recover the mojo Evil stole from Austin.
Austin Powers in Goldmember The mission for Austin (Mike Myers): Shake booty into the glittery roller-disco days of 1975 and rescue his suave spy dad (Michael Caine) from the scheme of – Shh! – Dr. Evil (Myers). The minions: freaky-flakey Goldmember, Fat Bastard (both played by Myers) and Mini Me (Verne Troyer). The minx: Austin's sassy ex-squeeze Foxxy Cleopatra (Beyoncé Knowles). The result: a three-for-all of grooviness that whisks from the 2000s to the 1970s and back to the 2000s – the screamingly funny third Austin Powers!
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All of the movies are 1920x1080 24p which look exactly as it would in a theatre.
I won't get into the details of the movies themselves as others have probably beat me to it, so I will focus on the packaging and layout.
The packaging is Spartan. One slim jewel case, no insert, no bells and whistles. The three disks have the usual features and bonus materials available. The Blu-Ray format doesn't do much for the movies as they are not high impact experiences dependent on big FX splashes across the screen, but it doesn't hurt either.
Myers and director Jay Roach reunite for "The Spy Who Shagged Me", which really pushes the envelope on bathroom humor & racy jokes (especially the former with the introduction of disgusting blob-like Scottish henchman Fat Bastard) as Powers time-travels back to 1969 in pursuit of Evil as he hatches his latest bid for world domination (and gains a "son" in tiny, ill-tempered clone Mini-Me). This one has its share of groaners; but there's enough new elements to offset the bad jokes (particularly when Myers repeats old gags).
"Goldmember" might be the weakest in the series; again, some jokes as the "a MILLION DOLLARS" bit have just been done too many times in which they cease to be funny. But the clever premise--a movie within a movie, with famous actors such as Tom Cruise, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kevin Spacey, Danny DeVito, John Travolta, etc., taking on various roles from the series--is really something to see, with a knowing wink or inside joke on the movie industry. But again, there's enough new stuff to recover from bad puns. The great Michael Caine has some cheeky moments as Powers' famous spy Dad. Myers really goes over the top this time as Dr. Evil becomes sort of a caricature of himself, there's the inclusion of a weird 70's disco-era villain (the title character), along with a climax which digresses into sort of a convoluted "family soap opera". But nevertheless, it's all good fun.
Depending on your sense of humor, you'll either think these films are a grab bag of satire, puns & racy jokes, or you'll think they're simply hilarious. I thought the latter, of course! Groovy baby!
1. Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery 1997- the first installment of the series and Austin reanimates after 30 years in cryo freeze to face the modern world. Kind of like us old guys dealing with the new reality! Anyway, great picture and audio quality, bluray review site gives it 3.8/5 for the picture quality and note some minor issues. I did not notice them while watching, but I don't have a 70 inch screen either. Austin Powers is hilarious and this really is a fun movie. I will not review the flick here, but the movie is lots of fun.
2. Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Blu-ray 1999- The middle installment introduces "Fat Bastard" and "Mini-me" as Austin time travels back to 1969 to get his mojo back. A fun romp and lots of good laughs. A great movie for multi generational laughs.
3. Austin Powers in Goldmember- 2002- Co starring Michael Caine as his Father, Nigel Powers. This installment concerns Austin fighting Dr Evil's intent to again rule the world and also come to terms with his father. As always lots of laughs, juvenile and toilet humor. Great fun and laughs
Conclusion- if you already don't have these this buy is a no brainer at the asking price of $14 bucks for all three. If you are super cheap wait for a special sale, but it really is a bargain for all three of these fun movies which come on three distinct discs, not like the fiasco of double sided double layer DVDs of some years ago. Prints are crispa dn clean and look better than the DVDs of the same titiles. Well, that's why we have high def right?
Highly recommended, but ladies be warned some of the humor is pretty juvenile and toilet centered. God Bless ya!
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