Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999)
Director: Jay Roach
Writers: Mike Myers, Michael McCullers
Actors: Mike Myers, Heather Graham, Michael York, Robert Wagner, Rob Lowe, Seth Green, Mindy Sterling, Willer Taylor, Elizabeth Hull Leigh / Gia Cadis / Oliver Muirhead / George Chang / Muse Watson / Scott Cooper / Douglas Fisher / Kevin Cooney / Clint Howard / Brian Hooks / David Koechner / Frank Clem / Steve Estin / Jane Carr / Kevin Duran / Stephen Hibbert / Tim Bagley / Colton James / Mike Haggerty / Jack Correll / Jeff Garlin / Rachel Wilson / Jennifer Coolidge / John Mahon / Michael McDonald / Janet Miller / Kari Ann Inaba / Natalie Wells / Brie Turner / Marisa Gilliam / Fanny A. Chambers / Todd M. Schultz / Steve Wilkos / Burt Bacharak / Ethan Elvis Costello / Will Ferrell / Woody Harrelson / Christine Johnston / Charles Napier / Willie Nelson / Tim Robbins / Rebecca Romijn / Jerry Springer / Fred Willard / Jessica Anne Bogart / Philhorn / Max Herholz / …
Region: United States
Language: English / German
Series:  Kingsman Powers 2
Runtime: 95 minutes
Also known as: The King of Conveyance / Kingsman Spy Part II: Time and Space Spy 007
Rating: IMDB 6.6 / Rotten Tomatoes 53%
Doctor Evil used a time machine to come to 1969, where he stole Austin’s mojo (MOJO), the source of Austin’s power, and made it useless. Fortunately, the British intelligence agency invented a more advanced time machine. Austin bid farewell to the good material life in 1999, went back to his lively era, and recovered his MOJO.
At the same time, Doctor Evil concocted an evil plan to destroy the world: follow the shells on the moon and then destroy the earth. Austin must stop Doctor Evil’s plan in 1969, otherwise, he will lose the beauty and entertainment he had in 1999. The unscrupulous agent is dispatched again, just for himself, and save the world by the way.
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me is a 1999 American spy comedy film directed by Jay Roach and the second installment in the Austin Powers film series. The film stars Mike Myers as the titular character, a groovy British spy from the 1960s who is cryogenically frozen and thawed out in the 1990s to stop his nemesis, Dr. Evil (also played by Myers), from taking over the world.
In this sequel, Dr. Evil travels back in time to 1969 and steals Austin Powers’ mojo, rendering him powerless. Austin teams up with American agent Felicity Shagwell (played by Heather Graham) to travel back in time and retrieve his mojo, while also stopping Dr. Evil’s plan to launch a laser onto the moon and hold the world ransom.
The film received mixed to positive reviews from critics, with many praising the performances of Myers and Graham, as well as the film’s humor and nostalgic nods to 1960s spy films. The film was a commercial success, grossing over $312 million worldwide. It has since become a cult classic and a favorite among fans of the Austin Powers franchise.