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Its a decent sequel that still made me laugh.
Beautiful very funny comedy where our agent has to save the world from evil Doctor, his mission will be blocked and challenged by the latter. Said in general this film also has many weaknesses such as the unnecessary break-in of the fourth wall just to make you laugh
We love a film that betters its predecessor and Spy Who Shagged Me is one of those rare jewels. Don't think about it and you'll enjoy it more, with plenty of nonsensical laughs. Toilet humour at its best BABY!
The second entry in the "Austin Powers" series is not quite as good as the first but it isn't significantly worse either. The movie is silly but it does have some decent laughs scattered throughout. I do feel a lot of the jokes and situations could have been much funnier but they end up falling flat. If you liked the first one, you'll probably enjoy this one. It's more over the top and goofy humor that is fine for a casual watch. These movies are far from my favorite comedies but they're light and mindless enough to where I don't take them too seriously.
Some of the jokes kinda go on for too long, but The Spy Who Shagged Me still is entertaining. Also this kinda hasn’t aged well now as it did back then
The weakest one of the trilogy but still a good laugh, courtesy of the great Myers. A good watch, if not the best one
The best movie character ever portrayed: Mike Myers as Dr. Evil!
Goofy childish humor saves this film from being a flop
Decent sequel to a film about sex jokes and parodying James Bond.
Just as energetic as the first movie, but definitely a lot funnier.