Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me

Released 1999

Director: Jay Roach

Rating: PG-13

Studio: New Line Cinema

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  • movie Description
  • Dr. Evil, with help from his new clone Mini-Me, has access to a time machine and transport themselves to the year 1969. In the sixties, Dr. Evil enlists Fat Bastard to steal the mojo from Austin Powers' currently frozen body. This missing mojo affects Austin in the present and he must go back in time to rectify this theft. Austin must travel to the past and meet up with CIA agent Felicity Shagwell to track down Fat Bastard, Dr. Evil, and Austin's Mojo. Austin and Felicity eventually fall for each other, but he is disgusted by the fact that she sleeps with Fat Bastard in order to plant a homing device on him. The homing device, however, leads them to Dr. Evil's secret volcano base where he reveals his plan to plant a laser on the moon. They are at this point transported to Dr. Evil's moon base and a fight begins. Austin Powers is then given the difficult choice of saving the world or saving the woman he loves.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Mike Myers

    Austin Powers / Dr. Evil / Fat Bastard

  • Heather Graham

    Felicity Shagwell

  • Michael York

    Basil Exposition

  • Robert Wagner

    Number Two

  • Seth Green (I)

    Scott Evil

  • Top Contributor
  • Yaspaa

    User Score: 67

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  • Notes (5)

    • Production Budget - $33,000,000
      Domestic Gross - $206,040,086 (4th)
      Worldwide Gross - $312,016,858 (10th)

      Domestic Adjusted for 2013 - $330,962,028
      Worldwide Adjusted for 2013 - $501,192,433

    • Academy Awards Nominations:
      1. Makeup

      ASCAP Awards Wins:
      1. Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures

      Saturn Awards nominations:
      1. Actress - Heather Graham
      2. Best Fantasy Film

      Golden Globes Nominations:
      1. Best Original Song -  "Beautiful Stranger"

      Grammy Nominations:
      1. Best Soudtrack Album

      Grammy Wins:
      1. Best Song Written For A Movie - "Beautiful Stranger"

    • Other Production Companies
      Eric's Boy
      Moving Pictures
      Team Todd Productions

    • Taglines:
      1. I'm Back, Baby!
      2. Double-O Behave!
      3. The return of Dr. Evil.
      4. "I'm Coming Again, Baby!"
      5. The BRITISH Empire Strikes Back!
      6. You Were Expecting Someone Else?
      7. He's back, he's even bigger and he's up for it!
      8. First, he fought for the Crown. Now he's fighting for the Family Jewels.
      9. If you see only one movie this summer, see Star Wars. But if you see two movies this summer, see Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me.

    • Music:
      Dr. Evil
      Written and performed by They Might be Giants
      In Like Flint
      Written by Jerry Goldsmith and Leslie Bricusse
      Performed by Jerry Goldsmith
      Soul Bossa Nova
      Written by Quincy Jones
      Performed by Quincy Jones and his Orchestra
      Psychedelic Scene Breaks
      Written by Matthew Sweet, Mike Myers, Susanna Hoffs, Christopher Ward and Stuart Johnson
      Performed by Ming Tea
      The Jerry Springer Show Theme
      Written by David LeBolt
      Draggin' the Line
      Written by Tommy James and Robert L. King
      Performed by R.E.M.
      Am I Sexy
      Written and performed by Lords of Acid
      Whip It
      Written by Mark Motherbaugh and Gerard Casale
      Bachelor Pad (F.P.M. Edit)
      Written by Tomoyuki Tanaka and Richard Cameron
      My Generation
      Written by Pete Townsend
      Performed by The Who
      Magic Carpet Ride
      Written by Rushton Moreve and John Kay
      Performed by Steppenwolf
      American Woman
      Written by Burton Cummings, Randy Bachman, Gary Peterson and Jim Kale
      Performed by The Guess Who
      Chili's Baby Back Ribs Jingle
      Written by Guy Bommarito and Tom Faulkner
      Espionage
      Written and performed by Green Day
      I'm a Believer
      Written by Neil Diamond
      Performed by The Monkees
      Let's Get it On
      Written by Marvin Gaye and Ed Townsend
      Performed by Marvin Gaye
      I'll Never Fall in Love Again
      Written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David
      Performed by Burt Bacharach and Elvis Costello
      Spider-Man Theme
      Written by Stephen Lemberg
      One of Us
      Written by Eric Bazilian
      Crash
      Written by Brian Fahey
      Performed by Propellerheads
      Get the Girl
      Written by Susanna Hoffs, Debbi Peterson and Vicki Peterson
      Performed by The Bangles
      Summer Samba
      Written by Marcos Valle and Paulo Sergio Valle
      Performed by Walter Wenderley
      Word Up
      Written by Tomi Jenkins and Larry Blackmon
      Performed by Mel B

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    By gracielove, Oct 30, 2012

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