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  44. Upon learning that his father has been kidnapped, Austin Powers must travel to 1975 and defeat the aptly named villain Goldmember, who is working with Dr. Evil.
  45. Dr. Evil and Mini-Me have somehow escaped from a maximum security prison and the duo team up with Goldmember. Together they formulate a plan for world domination. And this particular scheme requires a large amount of time-travel, and kidnapping Austin Powers' father, England's master spy, Nigel Powers. As Austin chases Dr. Evil, Mini-Me and Goldmember through time, he stops in 1975 to "connect" with an old girlfriend, detective Foxxy Cleopatra, and requests her help to track the villains and save his father.
  46. I&#39;ve said this before, and I&#39;ll type it again: only see this Austin Powers sequel once.<br/><br/>While Austin Powers in Goldmember has its moments, such as the terrific opening credit scene (the best so far,) they are so few and far between making some of this movie&#39;s unbearable.<br/><br/>I didn&#39;t heed to my own warning, and this is the second time I&#39;ve seen it. But, then, I don&#39;t like to write reviews on movies I haven&#39;t seen in awhile. This one being almost 7½ years.<br/><br/>This time out, I got tricked. After being somewhat disappointed in Austin Powers: The Spy That Shagged Me – comparatively speaking to the brilliant Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, I was pumped up after the now-established opening dance scene. And I thought this would bring the series back on track. Unfortunately, it only goes straight downhill after that.<br/><br/>Austin captures Dr. Evil immediately in this chapter, but learns through a Hannibal Lecter/Magneto meeting that another Mike Myers&#39;s creation, Goldmember, is on the loose to cause havoc. Austin must race, literally, back in time, this time in the 1970&#39;s, to thwart Goldmember&#39;s plans. Back to the year 2002 he goes and everyone&#39;s where they&#39;re supposed to be situated to make an Austin Powers movie.<br/><br/>A few things have changed: Austin&#39;s dad (Caine) plays an important role, Scott becomes more evil while the always-scene-stealer Mini-Me loses some and more history of Austin and Dr. Evil&#39;s past is revealed.<br/><br/>Sure, the movie has its moments. Some parts I did laugh out loud. But for the most part, it was definitely getting stale, the jokes recycled and the newest, uh, member, Goldmember ,was unbearable to watch. Yeah, I know a lot of humor is gross-out jokes, but when he eats his skin (sorry, I never caught that spoof/reference) it&#39;s beyond nasty.<br/><br/>Again, it&#39;s worth maybe one viewing, but I have to almost say skip this one and pray, if they make a part IV, they&#39;ll attempt to reboot the series back to its hilarious roots. At least come up with some new jokes.
  47. I haven&#39;t seen the other 2 films in the series, so maybe I&#39;m missing something. <br/><br/>The first 5 minutes are eye-popping just for the sheer number and quality of cameos. After that, things fall quickly to pieces. Almost all jokes are at high-school fart and excrement level. This tripe makes &quot;There&#39;s Something About Mary&quot; look positively high-brow.<br/><br/>Even where jokes are bordering on slightly funny, Myers decides to kill the effect by over-explaining everything. As an example, had they just revealed the full English subtitles, I could have laughed at the scene. But no, they had to have Beyoncé read them out nice and slow, so even the most brainless viewer would get it.<br/><br/>In some parts (background signs are an example), the movie tries to imitate a Zucker, Abrahams, Zucker film, but never quite succeeds. Try as it might, an &quot;Airplane!&quot; or &quot;Top Secret!&quot; it ain&#39;t.
  48. Like a giant balloon painted with Day-Glo colors, however, the whole gaudy mess wouldn't inflate without the force of Mr. Myers's comic genius. It's his baby, baby. And after three editions, it's still flying high.
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