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Cinematronic by Michael Snyder
DVD
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  Austin Powers in Goldmember cinematronic
  director

Jay Roach

cast

Mike Myers, Michael Caine, Beyoncé Knowles, Seth Green, Verne Troyer, Robert Wagner, Michael York, Mindy Sterling

year

2002

extras

Widescreen; closed caption; audio commentary by director Jay Roach and writer/star Mike Myers; Infinifilm pop-up menus; "The World of Austin Powers" featurette; "M:16 International Men of Mystery" featurette; "Fashion vs. Fiction" featurette; "Disco Fever" featurette; "English, English"; Fact & trivia subtitles track; music videos: "Work It Out" by Beyoncé, "Boys" by Britney Spears, "Daddy Wasn't There" by Ming Tea, "Hard Knock Life" by Dr. Evil and Mini-Me; visual effects featurette; deleted and alternate scenes; production notes; cast/crew biographies. DVD-ROM: Austin Powers Revoice Studio (record your own voice to certain scenes), original Web site, Infinifilm.com link; theatrical and teaser trailers.

rating rating cinematronic
  The third film in the James Bond series was "Goldfinger." The third film in the Austin Powers series, with actor/writer Mike Myers spoofing '60s spy movies such as the Bond pictures, is "Goldmember." And its title indicates the comedy's reliance on sex and scatology. With Verne "Mini-Me" Troyer, Seth Green and the rest of the original cast aboard, "Goldmember" gets some jollies from familiar bits besides the foibles of horny, bespectacled, snaggletoothed secret agent Powers. Myers has a ball in multiple roles as Powers, arch-enemy Dr. Evil, gross assassin Fat Bastard and Evil's henchman, Goldmember. As the story goes, the time-traveling Powers pairs with '70s soul sister Foxxy Cleopatra (singer Beyoncé Knowles) to rescue his father and fellow super-spy Nigel (jaunty Michael Caine) from Evil's latest plot. The opening promises big fun: Our hero is present at the making of a Hollywood film based on his exploits, and the segment's superstar cameos are a blast. Then, the self-parody-of-a-parody peters out.  
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