Remember Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me

Austin Powers 2 The Spy Who Shagged Me
The second film in the Austin Powers Series, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, features the second on-screen adventure of Austin Powers as he once again fights Dr. Evil to get his "mojo" back and save the whole world in the process. The film consists of its trademark sexual comedy antics and dialogues with scenes and stunts that are highly-influenced by old espionage films like James Bond. Watch Austin Powers, and his deliciously hot partner, as he fights to recover his sexual vitality back to go from "shagless" to "groovy, baby!".

Let's remember more details about Austin Powers 2 movie watching the trailer:

The sexually active, British 1960s espionage agent Austin Powers, played once again by veteran comedian Mike Myers, is living in the year 1998 when he discovers that his archenemy Dr. Evil, also played by Myers, has found a way to steal his "mojo", which left him incapable of emitting tremendous sex appeal.

Dr. Evil travelled back to 1968 and Austin has to follow him there to get his vitality back. Austin is faced with the dilemma of having to deal with Dr. Evil's new allies: Mini-me, played by Verne Troy; Fat Bastard, again played by Myers; Robin Swallows, played by Gia Carides; and Number Two, played by Robert Wagner and Rob Lowe as the younger version.

Austin is also in fear of being able to fit once again into the 1960s, but is encouraged and assisted by his new juicy partner Felicity Shagwell, a CIA operative played by Heather Graham. This film, directed by Jay Roach and co-written by Mike Myers, was released in 1999, about two years after the prequel.

Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me is a great film full of bathroom jokes that will surely leave viewers cracking up and laughing hysterically. It is a fun way to reminisce old films and movie characters as Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me gives each viewer a glimpse of various movie influences packed in a hilariously wild on-screen adventure.


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