Austin Powers in Goldmember
Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002)

Mike Myers' phenomenally successful spy spoof gains a few more characters, a slew of celebrity cameos, and even more free-associative laughs in this third installment of the popular franchise. Austin Powers in Goldmember continues the… More

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Rated: PG-13
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Genre: Comedy
Release Date: December 3, 2002
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54%
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Critic Score: 54% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: While the narrative structure is messy and doesn't make much sense, the third installment of the Austin Powers franchise contains enough inspired bits to entertain.

Jeff Strickler
Minneapolis Star Tribune

The third installment in the series of super-spy spoofs, it's handcuffed by the ever-increasing load of baggage it carries.

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Desson Thomson
Washington Post

One-ups the Austin Powers sequel that came before it.

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Nell Minow
Common Sense Media

What can we say? See the movie first, then decide.

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Richard Roeper
Ebert & Roeper

I think this is the funniest of the three movies and I liked the first two.

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Stephen Hunter
Washington Post

The level of inventiveness remains high.

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Nick Rogers
Suite101.com

What more could one want from a third Austin Powers movie that you didn't get from two? With only so much Bond baiting to be done, Mike Myers trains his soft satire on himself for something that feels somewhat self-loathing, but still riotously funny.

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David Edelstein
Slate

It's an ode to indecent joy.

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Mike Clark
USA Today

The Powers team has fashioned a comedy with more laughs than many, no question. But this time there's some mold on the gold.

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Felix Vasquez Jr.
Cinema Crazed

I expected laughs and instead got a sad spectacle of recycled jokes and lame running gags.

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Flixster Audience Score: 44% Flixster User Reviews
Phil Hubbs
Third outing for Powers this time involving the disco era of the 70's and introducing his father with winning results much like 'Indy' did in… More
Daniel Mumby
Considering the sharp decline in quality between the first and second Austin Powers films, you'd be more than forgiven for going into Goldmember with the… More
Alice Shen
The last-ditch-effort with celebrity cameos is cheap but still hilarious. I also like the role reversals of Scott Evil and Mini-Me. Beyonce plays the… More
KJ Proulx
Alright, I was proved wrong! After the second film, I thought the series really had nowhere else to go, but Director Jay Roach does it again, making yet another… More
Bruce Bruce
and Dr. Evil. Myers again plays shagadelic secret agent Austin Powers, his arch-nemesis Dr. Evil and horrible henchman Fat Bastard, and now also a new bad guy,… More
Eugene Bernabe
Mike Myers is back as the ultimate gentleman spy with even more obscene comedy and a misdirected plot. Though Beyonce Knowles & Michael Caine's… More