Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
When diabolical genius, Dr. Evil travels back in time to steal superspy Austin Powers's ‘mojo’, Austin must return to the swingin' '60s himself – with the help of American agent, Felicity Shagwell – to stop the dastardly plan. Once there, Austin faces off against Dr. Evil's army of minions and saves the world in his own unbelievably groovy way.
- Category:Action, Adventure, Comedy, Crime, Sci-Fi
- Stars:Rebecca Romijn, Woody Harrelson, Will Ferrell, Elizabeth Hurley, Mindy Sterling, Mike Myers, Heather Graham, Michael York, Robert Wagner, Seth Green, Rob Lowe,
- Director:Jay Roach,
- Writer:Mike Myers, Michael McCullers, Mike Myers (characters)
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Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: One of the most realistic film made in the Hindi Film Industry., really a beauty :)
(ru) wrote: i really want to see this. i seen trailers and its got that chick from Skins in it and some of the dudes from Kidulthood. cant wait
(de) wrote: very corny and rubbish acting
(ca) wrote: No Jessica Alba, no way!
(mx) wrote: this movie is off the chain seriously( ;
(es) wrote: Cheap special effects combined with bad acting and non existent storyline results in you standard crappy movie.
(br) wrote: Voyage trange dans l'univers de Nicloux... Graphique et mystrieux, surnaturel et sduisant.
(ca) wrote: uughhh Kristen Stewarts in here. She just killed the whole movie
(jp) wrote: What is "Along Came Polly"? Is it a predictable romantic comedy Jennifer Aniston could star in in her sleep? A PG-13 gross-out comedy meant to edgelessly emulate "There's Something About Mary"? A chance for Ben Stiller to get himself into yet another bungle of precarious situations so we can laugh at him instead of with him? A way to unintelligently subvert the normally clichd trappings of its chintzy genre characteristics? I can hardly put a finger on what writer/director John Hamburg's goal was with "Along Came Polly", but I can confidently say it is not a successful film, not funny nor quirky enough to stand out as the anti-romantic comedy it so desperately wishes to be. The hit-or-miss Ben Stiller (hilarious when in the right hands, irritating when attempting to save a film) misses as Reuben Feffer, a hapless company man whose perpetually planned out life is shattered when his wife, Lisa (Debra Messing), cheats on him with a muscly scuba instructor (Hank Azaria) on the second day of their honeymoon. Going back home in an understandably emotionally broken state, he decides to go head-on into his job, ignoring the doubts that eat at him night and day. Only a few weeks into mourning his marital loss, though, does he run into Polly Prince (Aniston), a free-spirited former junior high classmate who just may give him the relationship he's been looking for. But oh does "Along Came Polly" have trouble persuading. What does Polly like best about Reuben - is it is charming first-date explosive diarrhea, his romantic, informational speech about mixed nuts, his inability to decide which woman to start a life with after Lisa comes back into town pretending like she cares, or is it is startling capacity to get himself into completely avoidable situations that are somehow supposed to end in a cackle? (Consider the way he pretends to love spicy exotic food to impress Polly, only to wind up sweating like a baked pig and clogging her apartment's toilet. Would Polly be offended if he ordered something else? I don't think so.) And what's the best "wacky" feature about Polly - is it her habit of wearing farmer's market scarves and baggy pants on a near daily basis, her ownership of a pet ferret, her life decision to drift from job to job and shop out of garbage cans when there's good looking merchandise, or her adorkable flakiness? When the film isn't attempting to build an enjoyably offbeat relationship between its mildly irritating leads, it prefers to fill itself up with gross-out gags that don't work because they're so upsettingly convoluted. They seem to exist only because Hamburg didn't know what else to do. But the most disappointing thing about "Along Came Polly" is its exasperating tendency to take its farcical supporting actors for granted. Philip Seymour Hoffman, as Reuben's former child star best friend, gives a phenomenal comedic performance that provides the film with its biggest laughs; whenever he's in the room, you momentarily believe that you're watching something inspired and not something completely unsuccessful. Bryan Brown, as client-from-hell Leland Van Lew, tickles in his obnoxious lack of common sense. But, alas, the film doesn't realize that its secondary performers are more riotous than its box-office saints, and it suffers trying on the clothes of a modern-day screwball romance.
(de) wrote: Review (1~5)#Content: Script 5 | Acting 5 | Cinematography 5 | Film Editing 5#Visual: Costume Design 4 | Makeup & Hairstyling 4 | Scenic Design 5 | Lighting 5 | Visual Effects 5#Sound: Score & Soundtracks 5 | Sound Editing & Mixing 5#Overall (1~10): 9
(kr) wrote: Solid police drama from the producer to "Bullitt" and "The French Connection," Philip D'Antoni, who took over the director's chair this one outing. The film's story is based upon one from Sonny Grosso, one of the real-life cops from "The French Connection" who Roy Scheider's character is based upon. Scheider plays the leader of a small squad of cops who operate somewhat outside the boundaries of normal police procedure, though they're nicknamed the Seven-Ups because the criminals they sentence typically get seven years or more. This film has the same gritty 70s street crime feel Bullitt and Connection, but this film isn't up to that high standard, though few films are of that caliber. However, this film does deliver a car chase scene that is arguable just as strong as the classic chase scenes in either of those films, though nothing will top the story that Connection director William Friedkin had stuntman Bill Hickman drive head on into oncoming live traffic and filmed it all. Bill Hickman returns to provide stunt driving here for another classic chase that alone makes this film worth watching. Besides the classic chase scene, this film has solid characters, a decent story and a strong performance by Scheider in the lead. And perennial bad guy character actor Richard Lynch also makes nasty villain.
(gb) wrote: A movie with heart, action, laughter, and Arnold Schwarzenegger yelling at children. What more can you ask for? However, this is coming from an Arnold fan.
(de) wrote: Extremely boring. It almost put me to sleep. (First and only viewing - Fall 2009)