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Austin Powers in Goldmember (Widescreen Edition)

3.3 out of 5 stars 211 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Mike Myers, Beyoncé Knowles, Michael Caine, Seth Green, Michael York
  • Directors: Jay Roach
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: eOne Films Distribution
  • Release Date: May 15 2007
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars 211 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B000071K07
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,959 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Tout y est : le générique fignolé, la voiture extravagante, le style, le succès auprès des femmes... Il ne sagit pourtant pas de James Bond, mais bien dAustin Powers, lespion britannique le plus psychédélique de lunivers. Cette troisième aventure écrite et interprétée par le très drôle Mike Myers, dans laquelle Austin affronte Goldmember, nest cependant pas le meilleur volet de la série. Échappé de prison, le Dr Evil sassocie au terrible Goldmember (LHomme au membre dor) pour, encore une fois, détruire la Terre. Lorsquils enlèvent Nigel Powers (Michael Caine), espion de grande classe et père dAustin, 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 quil soit devenu une vraie star, comblé par lamour et largent, Austin Powers cherche toujours à susciter la fierté de son père, à linstar dIndiana Jones dans La Dernière Croisade. Afin dimpressionner son paternel, il tentera de forger une alliance avec un criminel pour en débusquer un autre, comme lavait fait lagent Starling dans Le Silence des agneaux. Et la liste sallonge. 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 dune comédie musicale) et que lensemble se laisse regarder assez facilement, on cherche en vain la substance propre de Goldmember. Car à force de clins dœil et de pastiches, cest Austin Powers lui-même qui finit par manquer de corps. --Helen Faradji

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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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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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The makers of James Bond were in a tizzy when Meyers decided to name the third installment of the Austin Powers franchise after one of their classic films, Goldfinger. However, they shouldn't have worried too much about this movie stealing 007's thunder; it's a shoddy mess, and not even the perfect casting of Michael Caine as Austin's father or the hilarious "surprise" cameos by Hollywood's largest film stars can save it. One of the biggest faults of the Austin Powers series was that each film often played more like a collection of loosely connected skits rather than a structured, cohesive film. If this was somewhat noticeable in the first two installments, it is screamingly obvious here; Goldmember is little more than a big screen TV comedy variety program without the ad breaks. Making matters worse is that this movie is completely on autopilot, from the uninspired opening credits to the same, tired gags from the previous two films. ("Up in the sky! Are those..." "Balls. Yes, we have tennis balls!") Beyonce looks great, but might as well be wallpaper in this flick; Nathan Lane, in a cameo, is wasted; and Fred Savage is... well, Fred Savage. Will delight newcomers to the series, but will be a disappointment for diehard fans expecting some of the same magic of the first film. Let's pray that if there is a 4th installment, Meyers will let someone more disciplined take over, lest he run the franchise into the ground and turn it the way of "Police Academy."
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I was really excited to see that there was going to be a third Austin Powers movie, since I love the first two movies. But when Goldmember came out, I was pretty disappointed. All of the jokes showed up in the last two movies and have been tired out.
In this movie, Austin Power's father is captured by an evil Dutch man named Goldmember. He loved gold so much that when he lost his genitalia in a boating accident, he replaced his "bits and pieces" with solid gold. He planned to bring down the comet Midus 22, which was solid gold, onto the North Pole, and flood the Earth. Austin had to travel back in time a time machine at Gold Member's disco in order to save his father and thwart Dr. Evil's and Goldmember's schemems. Not only did this happen, but Scott Evil, Dr. Evil's son, started losing his hair and eventually turned evil at the end of the movie. There is also a surprising ending involving Austin Powers, Dr. Evil and Nigel Power's (Austin's dad) that you do not want to miss.
I have heard that there will be another Austin Powers movie in which Scott Evil will be the evil character, but this series of movies has been stretched out to the point of exhaustion. As I said before, most of the jokes have appeared in all three movies, and the plot is almost always the same. Also, it's sometimes like, "Oh please, how can those characters be so utterly immature and pathetic?" The characters in Goldmember and the other two Austin Powers movies can just be preposterous sometimes. PLEASE, DO NOT MAKE ANY MORE AUSTIN POWERS MOVIES!!
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Groovy baby! Mike Myers returns for his third outing as shagspy Austin Powers- and he pulls it off (just!). Being a personal fan of the series, my expectations were high, and reading about all the star cameos, they were raised even higher before watching. This time, Austin has to return to the 70's, where he meeets up with his old flame, the wonderfully named Foxxy Cleopatra, to stop Dr.Evil and new baddy Goldmember, from melting the polar ice caps with a tractor beam ( i am not making this up!). As if you have guessed already, the film is low on plot, but thankfully big on laughs. The film does contain material that is up to scratch with the first two movies, unfortunately it also contains material that is not.
PROS- Dr.Evil and Mini-me are hilarious in the movie, and easily as good as in the 2nd Powers movie. Some of the characters, the evil ones particularly, provide big laughs in the film. Austin's latest girlfiend, Foxxy, is in my opinion the best of all three girls in the series, and Beyonce Knowles of destiny's child fame makes a gutsy acting debut, and is much better than the wooden Liz Hurley of the first film. Some of the set pices are as funny as ever, and the film does provide laughs.
CONS- Some of the humour is simply crude, or has been used too much before in the previous two films and is very tired, particularly the running gag about unidentified flying objects. Goldmember is not really funny, although he does raise laughs once or twice. Austin, suprisingly, hardly makes me laugh at all.
The Film-as said before, plot is low. Most of the characters featured are funny enough, and the film does provide a stream of constant giggling for me, if not big belly laughs. If you are a fan of the first two, chances are you will like this.
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