"I'm bigger than you are, I'm higher up in the food chain... Get in my belly!" (Fat Bastard)
Sight and Sound - 08/??/1999
"...A truly devilish contraption....A spoof so affectionate as to buttress effectively that which it sets out to ridicule..."
USA Today - 05/02/1997
"...[A] saucy '60s spy spoof..." -- 3 out of 4 stars
USA Today - 06/11/1999
"...A flurry of good jokes....The POWERS pics come closer than any to recapturing the wonderfully anarchic spirit of the Bing Crosby-Bob Hope 'road movies' -- with surreal gaggery and unbilled guest-star bits..."
Los Angeles Times - 06/11/1999
"...More energetic and funnier than its predecessor....Myers has a singular talent for skit humor..."
Chicago Sun-Times - 06/13/1999
"...There is an underlying likability to Austin Powers that sort of carries us through the movie. He's such a feckless, joyful swinger that we enjoy his delight. Myers brings a kind of bliss to the Bond lifestyle..."
In his second screen adventure, groovy superspy Austin Powers (Mike Myers) returns to 1969, where one after another hilarious gag is worked into a silly, stumbling, knee-slapping plot. This time around, Austin Powers' arch-nemesis Dr. Evil (also Myers) is joined by a midget-sized clone of himself, Mini-Me (Verne Troyer). Having successfully stolen Austin's "mojo" (his libido), Dr. Evil can concentrate on his ultimate mission of destroying the world. Meanwhile, Austin, with the help of gorgeous agent Felicity Shagwell (Heather Graham), must now not only contend with Dr. Evil, but also the small but vicious Mini-Me. Also in this installment, Evil's son, Scott (Seth Green), finds out who his mother is, and Mike Myers stars as a third character--rotund and truly disgusting Scotsman Fat Bastard. More raucous fun in the spirit of its 1997 smash predecessor, AUSTIN POWERS: THE SPY WHO SHAGGED ME once again thrills audiences with its inexhaustible humor.