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“Austin's Lost His Mojo”

published 26/07/2002

AdvantagesEntertaining and funny in parts.

DisadvantagesNowhere near as good as the first one. and unexpected whilst the second film relied more on successful jokes and Mini-Me. The plot of Goldmember is random in a bad way with none of then wit the first film had and feels like an old rejected storyline that got quickly dug up. It once again concerns Austin Powers who finally captures Dr Evil, only for his father (Nigel Powers) to be kidnapped by new villain, Goldmember. Dr Evil agrees to te...

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Advantages Inexpensive clothing for the whole family, regular sales.

Disadvantages No changing room, poor manoeuvrability for wheelchairs.

...I have a few favourite bargain places I go when I have some money in my pocket and an incredible itch to spend. One of these places is Ethel Austin. In my local town there is a modest sized shop which has generally quite friendly staff, which for me is a big plus! I used to work in retail and can't see any excuse for not being pleasant to customers, except of course the ignorant abusive ones...

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AdvantagesOffers two tables, easy to play.

DisadvantagesNot a lot to see.

...As the man once asked, can you go across the street and get me some orange sher-ber-t! Am I going to make Austin Power style comments right through this review...? I dunno baby... do I make you... best not eh? Well there are three films in well the trilogy ta da but of course only the two were actually out back when they made this game and as such this game has a table themed on Austin Powers...

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