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Austin Powers In Goldmember (Infinifilm Full Screen Edition)

Mike Myers    PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)   DVD
3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (210 customer reviews)
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Tout y est : le générique fignolé, la voiture extravagante, le style, le succès auprès des femmes… Il ne s’agit pourtant pas de James Bond, mais bien d’Austin Powers, l’espion britannique le plus psychédélique de l’univers. Cette troisième aventure écrite et interprétée par le très drôle Mike Myers, dans laquelle Austin affronte Goldmember, n’est cependant pas le meilleur volet de la série.

Échappé de prison, le Dr Evil s’associe au terrible Goldmember (L’Homme au membre d’or) pour, encore une fois, détruire la Terre. Lorsqu’ils enlèvent Nigel Powers (Michael Caine), espion de grande classe et père d’Austin, ce dernier décide de se débarrasser des malfaiteurs. Il remontera dans le temps et trouvera, en 1975, une partenaire de choix : la féline Foxxy Cleopatra (Beyoncé Knowles).

Bien qu’il soit devenu une vraie star, comblé par l’amour et l’argent, Austin Powers cherche toujours à susciter la fierté de son père, à l’instar d’Indiana Jones dans La Dernière Croisade. Afin d’impressionner son paternel, il tentera de forger une alliance avec un criminel pour en débusquer un autre, comme l’avait fait l’agent Starling dans Le Silence des agneaux. Et la liste s’allonge. Les références au cinéma, à la musique et à la publicité, ainsi que les apparitions de stars (Tom Cruise, Britney Spears, Steven Spielberg, etc.) pleuvent. Même si de très bons moments émergent (comme le générique déployé à la manière d’une comédie musicale) et que l’ensemble se laisse regarder assez facilement, on cherche en vain la substance propre de Goldmember. Car à force de clins d’œil et de pastiches, c’est Austin Powers lui-même qui finit par manquer de corps. --Helen Faradji

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1.0 out of 5 stars Yuck! May 24 2013
This in all honesty has to be one of the worst films ever made. The "humor" consists of bathroom, sex, and grossness gags which aren't in any way made funny, but are just presented for us to laugh at because they are obscene. Most people over the age of eight won't break into giggles at this sort of thing. I'm not speaking out of any puritanical objection to grossness in itself in a film: there is a long tradition of comic grossness in art, but for grossness to be comic, you have to do something with it. This film doesn't. If there were an academy award booby prize, Goldmember would deserve it. Advisory: the "sexual innuendo, crude humor and language" which give the film its PG-13 rating are all too idiotic to be very harmful to anyone of any age. The New Line Entertainment DVD transfer is very good.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Funnier Than #2 July 11 2004
By A Customer
I found this movie to be more entertaining than the 2nd installment so in that sense it was an improvement, however I would like to know why Beyonce was cast in this film? She is atractive, yes, but so is a good portion of Hollywood women and believe it or not-- Black Hollywood women if that is what their aim was. But alas, I have chalked it up to some good dealing with through her management and tried to look beyond her role at the overall movie. It was decent and I did laugh enough to say it is worth renting. Owning the DVD, on the other hand, is for those who want the deleted scenes which they did a god job of packaging.
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Format:VHS Tape
I like all of the Movies in The Austin Powers movie trilogy and Austen Powers - in Goldmember didn't disappoint me at all. Yeah sure, they copied some of the gags from the first two movies but they were still funny and I think Mike Myers was great as always as Austin Powers and Dr. Evil and the rest of the cast was pretty good too, Michael Caine and Seth Green were great and Beyonce Knowles was good too. I have watched this movie two times and each time I watched it on DVD in widescreen and I highly recommend the widescreen because it allows you to see the whole movie while the Fullscreen DVD is just an edited pan & scan with the sides cropped.
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By Xera
God, this has to be one of the all-time funniest movies of all time. Mike Myers is a comedic genius and I was laughing through the whole thing. I especially loved the part when Britney Spears's head exploded. *Evil grin* Yesss...
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5.0 out of 5 stars Groovy Movie,B@by! April 10 2004
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Format:VHS Tape
This Rocks! Mike Myers really is a comic genious! I remember when my brother,his friends,and I watched this movie in the theathers! This movie is about this guy named Austin Powers. His dad Nigel Powers was kidnapped by Dr.Evil,MiniMe,and Goldmember. He and this girl named Foxy Cleopatra joins him on a trip to Tokyo Japan. This movie has exellent bathroom humor! What i thought was disgusting is 2 things:
1. Godmember eats skin!
2. I think Austin's mom is a prostitute.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Infinifilm Feature Frustrating March 26 2004
By Mortar
While the wealth of extras in Goldmember are quite interesting, they're marred by the limitations that the Infinifilm process imposes on your DVD player. According to others, as well as my own experience, Infinifilm disables your players ability to scan and pause. This means that if you want to step away for a moment, you'll have to either let the movie run or stop it all together. On the slight up-side, pressing PLAY will return you to the beginning of the chapter you were watching. And since scanning is disabled, you'll have to watch everything up the point you stopped the DVD. YUCK!
I'm against any kind of control disabling. Disney does a similar thing by disabling the menu and scan controls during the "Coming Attractions" segment before the movie. This is just plain wrong. We, the viewers should have the right to decide how we want to view our DVD's.
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4.0 out of 5 stars almsot a classic, they should have lost beyonce March 25 2004
The title says it all, mayBe if she wasn't in it it would have been a classic. Her acting skills are horrible, why would they bring her on for this role. Without her in the way the film still stands as a very funny and imaginitive comedy. All the characters from the past show up in this all out comedic warfare. Including one of my favorite actors seth green returns for his brilliant preformance. Jay rouch did an excellant job directing this film, and mike myers and michael mccullers wrote a very funny script. The only thing that seems strange is that with only two executive producers there are eight producers, two of which are writer/actor mike myers and demi moore. but with that aside take beyonce out and you have a comedy classic.
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3.0 out of 5 stars An average comedy. Feb. 26 2004
I love the Austin Powers series, but I feel like this effort was my least favorite of the three thus far. If you were to watch the first movie, then the second, and then finally "goldmember," you will undoubtably see how the characters become so overblown by the third film, drastically different then how they were in the first film. Take for instance Dr. Evil, who in the first movie was almost serious, and anything comedic was often very subtle, not trying for the laughs, but getting them in a unique fashion. In "goldmember," however, evil is completely out of character and it gets almost ridiculous at times. Although these characters are all funny, they've all gone through their own "personal evolution."
"goldmember" is filled with many memorable moments which is why I still have respect for the series. The opening of the movie is probably one of the greatest openings for a comedy I have ever seen. I'm sure many can agree to that. The whole part with Mr. Roboto is witty and smart, poking fun at our use of subtitles. The movie also has another great scene behind a curtain, which mirrors another scene in the second movie, where it looks like heather graham is pulling grenades, rats, umbrellas, and other objects out from Austin's behind. However, the scene in "goldmember" involves Austin and Mini Me in a hospital room during a rountine physical. I also have respect for Mike Myers himself, who plays the parts of 4 characters in Austin, Dr. evil, fat bastard, and goldmember. So all in all, an allright comedy. It has its moments, but it also has those moments that just go too far and are completely off base with what the first movie in the series was trying to illustrate. I've heard that a fourth picture is most likely in the works, which I hope they can turn around the series with a final movie that Austin Powers fans truly deserve.
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