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There are few late 90s movies that were as big a hit—starting Halloween costumes, constant quoting and even copycat dance routines—than Austin Powers : International Man of Mystery . The following two movies, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me and Austin Powers in Goldmember , came out in in 1999 and 2002 respectively. The series made Mike Myers an even bigger star than he already was, cementing his status as a comedic star all over the world.

More than the hilarious dialog, wild dance numbers and almost innumerable innuendo and bathroom jokes—we loved Austin Powers for the shagadelic style. The colors and silhouettes were outrageous and eye-catching, it was hard to look away! Short dresses, bright velvet, big hair and bell-bottoms—these were the signature looks of the swinging 60s in London, and they were brought to life in bigger and better ways through the films.

It's hard to believe that the Austin Powers movies were first released almost 20 years ago, but there's never a bad time to look back and remember all the best Austin Powers fashion moments. In the slideshow ahead, we're celebrating all the most memorable looks from all three of the Austin Powers movies.

One of the most iconic scenes of the first Austin Powers movie is when the fembots—sexy robots dressed in furry chemises and very 1960s hair—are sent to destroy him. Naturally he prevails by upstaging their dancing with moves of his own.

When they arrive at the hotel, Austin and Vanessa are each dressed in their best travel looks—he in an orange blazer (naturally) and striped trousers, she in a white sleeveless sweater and khaki pants.

In the second movie, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me , Austin finds a love interest and a sidekick in Heather Graham's 1960s CIA agent character, Felicity Shagwell. Felicity has one of the most stylish roles in the series—favoring extra-short dresses, a kicky romper (above) and big, bouncy blonde hair.

Throughout the movies Mike Myers' Dr. Evil character wore pretty much the exact same outfit. However, in one of the final scenes from The Spy Who Shagged Me , he wore a snazzy silver version of his iconic grey suit. 

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There's nothing malevolent about Austin Powers, he's clearly more Clouseau than Dr. Strangelove, and he is born out of affection, for both the period he's from and for a sense of humour that is peculiarly British.

"I needed a very high quality print to enter in a photography art show. I had my photograph printed at a superb printer, using a very expensive machine. I also ordered the same print through Photobucket. And yours was superior!"

She was introduced in the movie when Number Two introduced himself and his "Italian confidential secretary" to Austin Powers in a blackjack game at Las Vegas. Her name is a joke on the phrase, "A lot of vagina", and a parody of Pussy Galore a character in the James Bond series.

Later in the movie, Alotta seduces Austin into having sex with her to find out his true identity. Later, Austin is about to arrest Dr. Evil when Alotta shows up with a gun up to Vanessa's head. Vanessa knocks Alotta out cold and they both run out of the lair after starting the self-destruct sequence. She survives the explosion although not shown in the film, also it does not appear again since.

Austin Powers – Das Schärfste, was Ihre Majestät zu bieten hat (Originaltitel: Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery ) aus dem Jahr 1997 ist eine Parodie auf James Bond . Das Drehbuch schrieb der kanadische Komiker Mike Myers , der auch zwei Hauptrollen übernahm. Regie führte Jay Roach .

London mitten in den „ Swinging Sixties “. Geheimagent Austin Danger Powers hat es sich zur Aufgabe gemacht, die Welt vor seinem Widersacher Dr. Evil zu beschützen. Da Dr. Evil sich von Austin Powers bedrängt fühlt, flüchtet er mit einer Rakete in die Erdumlaufbahn . Austin Powers lässt sich einfrieren und wartet nun in diesem Zustand auf seinen Erzfeind. Dreißig Jahre später ist es so weit: Dr. Evil kehrt auf die Erde zurück, und Austin Powers wird vom Geheimdienst reanimiert. Allerdings hat Austin Powers nun nicht nur mit Dr. Evil zu kämpfen, sondern auch mit der veränderten Gesellschaft in den 1990er Jahren.

Nach eigener Aussage kam Mike Myers die Idee zu dem Film, als er im Autoradio auf einsamer kanadischer Landstraße den Oldie „The Look of Love“ hörte. Das Lied wurde von Burt Bacharach für den Film Casino Royale  (1967) geschrieben. Myers erinnerte sich, wie er als Kind zusammen mit dem Vater die wundersamen Agentenfilme der Sechziger Jahre im Fernsehen angeschaut hatte, und dachte sich: „In solch einem Film will ich auch sein“. So sollte es kommen, inklusive Burt-Bacharach-Cameo und „The Look of Love“ im eigenen Score. Mit seiner Band Ming Tea ist Myers im Abspann selbst als Sänger zu sehen.

Der erste Austin-Powers-Film war im Kino zunächst ein Flop, wurde durch die Video- und TV-Verwertung aber dennoch ein Hit. Durch die gelungene Anlehnung an die ersten James-Bond-Filme , das Spielen mit Geheimdienstklischees, Freizügigkeit im Sinne der „Swinging Sixties“ und schrägen Humor erlangte der Film Kultstatus. Ihm folgten zwei erfolgreiche Fortsetzungen.

Der Film ist als Parodie auf die James-Bond-Filme zu sehen, wobei Mike Myers zum einen als Austin Powers für 007 persönlich steht und andererseits als Dr. Evil für den James-Bond-Bösewicht Dr. No ( 007 jagt Dr. No ). Der deutsche Titel Das Schärfste, was Ihre Majestät zu bieten hat und auch Austin Powers normale Kleidung spielen auf den James-Bond-Teil Im Geheimdienst Ihrer Majestät an. Die Casino-Szene in Las Vegas verweist dagegen auf den Film Feuerball . Des Weiteren werden zahlreiche Andeutungen auf typische Merkmale der frühen James-Bond-Filme gemacht, wie auf das „Bond, James Bond“, das Myers mit einem „Austin Danger Powers“ überbetont.

Der Film erhielt überwiegend positive Kritiken und erreichte bei Rotten Tomatoes eine Bewertung von 70 %, basierend auf 60 Kritiken. [2] Bei Metacritic konnte ein Metascore von 51, basierend auf 25 Kritiken, erzielt werden. [3]

„Launige Parodie auf die Flower-Power-Generation und den ihr heute entgegengesetzten Zeitgeist, die vom Kalauer über makabre Scherze bis zu satirischen Spitzen fast jeden Humor bedient. Dank der überbordenden Flut von Zitaten und ausgelassen aufspielender Schauspieler ein weitgehend unbeschwertes Vergnügen.“

„Selten wurde deutlicher als bei diesem Film, wie sehr eine Komödie vom präzisen Timing abhängt. Das Drehbuch strotzt von schrägen Einfällen, doch die nachlässige Inszenierung von Regisseur Jay Roach läßt mindestens die Hälfte aller Gags wirkungslos implodieren. Und auch die meisten Zoten, die im prüden Amerika für Gegacker sorgen dürften, finden hierzulande nur ein müdes Echo im gähnenden Schlund des Zuschauers. Immerhin: Zwischen all den Rohrkrepierern gibt¹s ein paar Zwerchfell-Attacken, die schlichtweg anbetungswürdig sind. Wenn Austin zum Beispiel in Dr. Evils Weltuntergangslabor Gaststar Christian Slater hypnotisiert, ist das echt … äh … groovy!“

Austin Powers ( Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery ) est un film américain de Jay Roach sorti en 1997 . Il s'agit du premier volet de la série de films Austin Powers . Avec Mike Myers , interprète des deux rôles principaux, il raconte l'histoire d'Austin Powers, un photographe de mode le jour et agent secret la nuit, qui voyage dans le temps afin de poursuivre son ennemi juré, le docteur Denfer (Docteur Terreur au Québec, Doctor Evil dans la version originale).

En 1967, Austin Powers, le meilleur des agents secrets britanniques, se fait congeler après que son ennemi juré, le Docteur Denfer, s'est enfui dans l'espace. En 1997 (trente ans après), les deux ennemis sont décongelés et un nouvel affrontement se prépare.

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Austin Powers is a 60's spy who is cryonically frozen and released in the 1990's. The world is a very different place for Powers. Unfortunately for Austin, everyone is no longer sex-mad. Although he may be in a different decade, his mission is still the same. He has teamed up with Vanessa Kensington to stop the evil Dr. Evil, who was also frozen in the past. Dr. Evil stole a nuclear weapon and is demanding a payment of (when he realises its the 90's) 100 billion dollars. Can Austin Powers stop this madman? or will he caught up with Evil's henchman, with names like Alotta Fagina and Random Task? Only time will tell! Written by simon

Alotta makes her first appearance at a Las Vegas casino. She is wearing a low cut, gold evening dress. She acts as the arm candy for her boss, Number Two, as he plays blackjack. At one moment she exchanges a flirtatious glance with the film's hero, Austin Powers. Austin is accompanied by his partner, fellow British agent Vanessa Kensington. Between hands, Number Two introduces Alotta as his "Italian Confidental Secretary". Austin is understandably shocked by her suggestive sounding name. Keeping his own identity a secret, Austin employs the alias "Richie Cunningham".


Austin next encounters Alotta at her penthouse in downtown Las Vegas. He has been tasked by his superior, Basil, to infiltrate her residence and uncover plans for Project Vulcan, the codename for Dr. Evil's scheme for world domination. The interior decor of the penthouse is Japanese-inspired. Austin is able to snap photographs of the key documents just before he hears Alotta approaching from outside. A moment later Alotta enters the penthouse, this time wearing a blue evening dress with white sequins.

Austin fishes for information on Project Vulcan; Alotta replies "We can talk about business later. Let me slip into something more uncomfortable". Much aroused, Austin watches as Alotta closes an Oriental sliding door and proceeds to get undressed in behind it. Breathless, Austin observes her silhouette seductively remove her nylons and brassiere. When the sliding door reopens, she is wearing a short white satin bathrobe and her hair is pinned up.

She beckons him to the Jacuzzi, which Austin, of course, cannot resist. Alotta disrobes and steps into the Jacuzzi; her ample bosom is more prominent than ever as it seems to float upon the water. Once in the Jacuzzi, Alotta offers Austin a back massage, during which time she inspects the pockets of his nearby suit and finds that he is in fact Austin Powers. It is not long before Alotta, so charmed by Austin, suggests that they make love.

Before her next appearance, Austin proudly reveals to Vanessa that he "shagged" Alotta in order to get information. As a romantic interest has developed between the two over the course of the mission, Vanessa is hurt by Austin's betrayal. She is a conservative woman of the '90s and tells Austin he cannot go shagging anyone he wants even if it is for the good of the mission. Austin sincerely tells Vanessa, "You're everything to me". Later, when they are undercover on a tour of Virtucon, the corporate front for Dr. Evil's empire, Austin looks to put Vanessa's mind at ease by stating "She (Alotta) is the village bicycle, everybody's had a ride!" This seems to resolve Vanessa's jealousy.

Alotta's final appearances come at the climax of the film in Dr. Evil's headquarters in the desert outside Nevada. She is briefly seen at a table with Dr. Evil's other agents. At this moment she wears a white dress. She has no lines.

Later, she appears just in time to save Dr. Evil from being captured by Austin Powers. A revolving platform spins around to reveal Alotta holding Vanessa at gunpoint. She wears an odd blue checkered sweater and black leggings combination.

After a stand-off between multiple parties, Vanessa sees an opening and Judo chops Alotta on the neck, knocking her out cold. Austin and Vanessa immediately look to escape the headquarters as Dr. Evil has set it to self-destruct. Alotta is not seen again in the film.

Austin Powers ( Mike Myers ) uses a Walther PPK/S in .380 as his sidearm throughout the film. This is an anachronism, as the PPK/S was created as a result of the Gun Control Act of 1968 for the American market, meaning this model didn't exist in 1967. The PPK/S pistols seen in the film were custom finished in nickel instead of the standard high polished bluing.

Pearl grips were used for some scenes, but for others they were changed back to standard black plastic grips. This was probably to prevent damage to the pearl grips during stunt work. There were three identical guns used on-set - one was later donated to the Walther Museum, while the other two remain in the inventory of Independent Studio Services (which supplied the guns for the film). These guns were used on all three of the Austin Powers movies.

Austin's ( Mike Myers ) partner in the 1990's, Vanessa Kensington ( Elizabeth Hurley ) uses a Desert Eagle Mark VII . It is most notably seen when she is loading it in her and Austin's hotel room. She also uses the gun when she, Austin, and several commandos attack Dr. Evil's lair.

Mrs. Kensington ( Mimi Rogers ) uses a nickel Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket pistol with pearl grips during the 1967 sequence. Vanessa unpacks the same gun from her suitcase in 1997 (it is likely that her mother gave this to her as a gift).

Near the end of the film, Number Two ( Robert Wagner ) can seen using a Luger P08 Pistol to threaten Dr. Evil (also portrayed by Mike Myers ). And when Number Two makes the mistake of sitting in a chair, Dr. Evil pushes a button that makes the chair flip backward, and launch Number Two in a fiery pit, and then Austin (also Mike Myers ) picks up the Luger P08 and attempts to shoot, but misses Dr. Evil as he escapes.

The British soldiers seen through out the film all use FN FAL rifles. The FN FAL rifles were used as a "stand in" for the FAL's British Commonwealth "cousin", the L1A1 Self Loading Rifle . However, they would more likely be using the Enfield L85 in 1997.

Austin Powers is a British secret agent , an "international man of mystery." He works as a fashion photographer by day and a British Intelligence agent by night, and always becomes extremely excited when an attractive woman is working with him or is simply nearby. He is the main protagonist of the series.

In all three films, Austin learns of a new plot by Dr. Evil and intervenes to prevent it. His quests to prevent Dr. Evil from carrying out his schemes often involve his meeting various types of people, getting into fights, and getting caught up in wacky situations. He has a new young and sexy female ally in every film (not counting Marie Kensington).

Douglas Powers , better known as Dr. Evil , is the incredibly dimwitted nemesis of Austin Powers, and the main antagonist of the series. He is the leader of an evil organization, Virtucon, with many henchmen as his allies. He concocts ridiculous schemes in every film, with Austin attempting to stop him from his doings. However, he never wins, often because his plans are always ridiculously overcomplicated; he is far too stupid to realize how much easier they can be. Other times, it is because something happens that interferes.

He resembles Alec Trevalyan/Agent 006 in some ways, as Dr. Evil and Austin Powers were raised as brothers (before the car explosion), much like James Bond and Alec Trevelyan, who were raised at the same orphanage before being recruited by MI6. Also, Dr. Evil and Austin Powers attended the same spy academy together.

Dr. Evil's schemes often include his attempts to take over the world. They sometimes involve threatening to destroy or hurt something in exchange for money ; one notable example is when he presented his giant laser to the president of the United States and said he would destroy Washington D.C. and possibly other major cities unless he was paid one hundred billion dollars. Aside from his schemes, Dr. Evil and his son Scott talk to each other, but he is a completely awful father, and Scott is often shown to be far more intelligent than his father.

He was originally born Douglas Powers, son of Nigel Powers and twin brother to Austin Powers . He has a son with Frau Farbissina named Scott Evil , who is also the grandson of Nigel Powers and the nephew of Austin Powers.

Basil Exposition works for British Intelligence as Austin's controller. A happy-go-lucky man, he is very fond of Austin, saying he is "irresistible to women, deadly to his enemies and a legend in his own time." [2] He and Austin both went to the British Intelligence Academy together at the same time, presumably how they met. Basil often provides Austin with gadgets to help him complete his missions, and he is often seen wearing a carnation , even during his and Austin's time at the academy. [3]

Basil is a parody of the M character in the James Bond franchise. Moreover, since, in storytelling, "exposition" is the revealing of background information required to understand the current action, Basil's surname is a joke on his principal function in the films: to provide Austin and the audience with the necessary exposition. [3]

 

 

 

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