Time: 95 mins.
Genre: Slapstick Comedy
Let's just say if you're a fan of the original, you're going to like this film. However, much like the huge difference between ACE VENTURA and it's sequel, you will be somewhat disappointed in THE SPY WHO SHAGGED ME, which is a lot grosser and not as witty and clever. That's not to say it doesn't have it's hysterical moments, they just seem to come less often than in the first. Myers is still brilliant in this film, though he seemed to give more of the choice comic moments to his other characters, Dr. Evil and Fat Bastard, than to Austin, but in the end who really cares. As long as it's funny nobody does sexual sight gags better he'll get my butt in the theater begging for more.
This time around Austin goes back in time to reclaim his "mojo" which Dr. Evil has stolen with his brand new time machine. Austin teams up with the delicious Felicity Shagwell (Graham), secret agent and unbiased shagger, to reclaim his mojo and stop Dr. Evil from destroying the planet with his giant laser. Perched on the moon no less. Dr. Evil's troop of irregulars are back including his son Scott (Green), and No. 2 (played by both Robert Wagner and Rob Lowe as 1969 No. 2). His new evil henchmen include Fat Bastard, a grotesquely overweight Scotsman and Mini-Me (Troyer), an evil clone one-eighth his size.
Felicity is thrilled to be working with her hero Austin Powers, who she's secretly in love with. They spend much of the movie trying to locate Dr. Evil and evading his henchmen. In one of the most disgusting scenes I've ever seen, Felicity is forced to sleep with Fat Bastard in order to implant a tracker in a body orifice better left unsaid. They finally find Dr. Evil's lair on the moon (don't ask) and Austin is forced to choose between saving the world or saving Felicity's life. In the end, he not only saves everyone, but he gets his mojo back. As if there was ever any doubt.