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6/30/2012  · Manustatud video  · Want to watch this again later? Sign in to add this video to a playlist. Fabiana Udenio starring as Alotta Fagina in Austin Powers …

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!“

On television, Udenio had the recurring role on the ABC soap opera One Life to Live from 1985 to 1986, and was regular cast member in the syndicated drama Amazon (1999-2000). She has made guest appearances on many television shows, including Babylon 5 , Baywatch , Full House , Freddy's Nightmares , Quantum Leap , Mortal Kombat: Conquest , Cheers , Mad About You , Wings , The Magnificent Seven , CSI: Miami , and Mistresses . She also had the recurring role on 90210 (2008-2011) of Atooza Shirazi. She is currently recurring as Elena Di Nola/Mutter in the critically acclaimed series Jane the Virgin (2015-2016).

Sir Austin Danger Powers , KBE , es un espía británico creado e interpretado por Mike Myers , es el protagonista de la trilogía de películas: Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery , Austin Powers: The Spy who Shagged me , Austin Powers in Goldmember .

Hijo del espía Nigel Powers, y hermano de Duggie Powers, Powers nació el 12 de noviembre de 1939. Heredó la pasión de espía de su padre, por lo que consiguió trabajar como espía del Ministerio de Defensa. Se casó en la película Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery con Vanessa Kensington .

Mantiene una apariencia totalmente de los 60 , en el vestuario y vocabulario, manteniendo frases y palabras típicas como: psicodélico nena o nena (refiriéndose a las damas) así también pudo adaptarse a la época de los 70,

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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Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (commonly referred to as just Austin Powers ) is a 1997 American spy action comedy film and the first installment of the Austin Powers series . It was directed by Jay Roach and written by Mike Myers , who starred as both the title character Austin Powers and main antagonist Dr. Evil , [1] [2] Powers' arch-enemy. The film co-stars Elizabeth Hurley , Robert Wagner , Seth Green and Michael York . The film also includes appearances by Will Ferrell , Mimi Rogers , Carrie Fisher , Tom Arnold , Neil Mullarkey and Burt Bacharach .

The film, which cost US$16.5 million, opened on May 2, 1997, grossing US$53 million from its North American release and over $67 million worldwide. The film later spawned two sequels , Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999) and Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002), with Myers repeatedly mentioning the possibility of a fourth film over the years (as of 2016). [4] [5]

In 1967, British spy Austin Powers ( Mike Myers ) thwarts an assassination attempt by his nemesis Dr. Evil (also played by Mike Myers) in a London nightclub. Dr. Evil escapes in a space rocket disguised as a Big Boy statue, and cryogenically freezes himself. Powers volunteers to be placed into cryostasis in case Dr. Evil returns in the future.

Thirty years later, in 1997, Dr. Evil returns to discover his henchman Number 2 ( Robert Wagner ) has developed Virtucon, the legitimate front of Evil's empire, into a multibillion-dollar enterprise. Uninterested by genuine business, Dr. Evil conspires to steal nuclear weapons and hold the world hostage for $100 billion. Evil also learns that during his absence his associates have artificially created his son, Scott Evil ( Seth Green ), using his frozen semen . Now a Generation X teenager, Scott is resentful of his father’s absence, and resists Dr. Evil's attempts to get closer to him.

Powers and Kensington are later married, and during their honeymoon Powers is attacked by Random Task. Powers subdues the assassin using a penis pump , allowing Kensington to knock him out using a bottle of champagne . Afterwards, the couple adjourn to their balcony. Among the stars, Powers spots the cryogenic chamber of Dr. Evil, who vows revenge on Powers.

Myers created the character of Austin Powers for the faux 1960s rock band Ming Tea that Myers started with Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs following his Saturday Night Live stint in the early 1990s. [6] [7] Mike Myers stated [ citation needed ] that he was inspired to create the character after hearing the song " The Look of Love " on the radio, which was the theme song of Ursula Andress ' character, Vesper Lynd, in the 1967 version of Casino Royale . Myers' then wife Robin Ruzan encouraged him to write a film based on the character. [7] Dana Carvey felt that Myers copied Carvey's impression of Lorne Michaels for the Dr. Evil character. [8] [9]

Myers sought out Jim Carrey to play Dr. Evil, as his initial plan was not to play multiple characters in the series. Carrey was interested in the part, but had to turn the role down due to scheduling conflicts with Liar Liar . [10]

The film adopts the late '60s psychedelic pop culture stylings and adapts / parodies many characters, lines, set pieces, and plot points of the James Bond films from that era. Elements from all of the early Bond movies are used for inspiration, including:

 

 

 

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