Austin Powers In Goldmember

Austin Powers In Goldmember
Austin Powers In Goldmember

Year

2002

Duration

90 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

The third of Mike Myers' hugely successful spy spoofs sees his hero Austin Powers transported through time to 1975, where he must rescue his father, master spy Nigel Powers, from the dastardly Dr Evil and his new partner-in-crime, the leprous Dutchman Goldmember. Luckily, Powers has a little help from afro-sporting crime-fighter Foxxy Cleopatra. Several characters from previous films return, including Dr Evil's delinquent son Scott and his aggressive sidekick Mini-Me.

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This film has several uses of moderate bad language and a couple of uses of strong bad language

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