A us ti n P ow­ers: The Spy Who Shagged Me

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Tues­day, go!, 10pm, M (1999)

Mike My­ers ’s (pic­tured) in­fec­tious ’60s sex-speak is in full colour with this smash­ing, twice-as-funny se­quel to the wildly suc­cess­ful orig­i­nal. The af­fa­ble Bri­tish su­per agent re­turns to bat­tle arch-neme­sis Dr Evil (also played by My­ers) who is now the proud owner of midget side­kick Mini-Me (Verne Troyer). Bored by the state of the ’90s and (mo­men­tar­ily) miffed by the loss of Ms Kens­ing­ton (El­iz­a­beth Hur­ley), Austin does the time-warp again and re­turns to 1969 to save the world with the help of spunky new squeeze Felic­ity Shag­well (Heather Gra­ham). The 90-odd min­utes of con­tin­ual sex­ual in­nu­endo and grossout laughs means there’s plenty of naughty plea­sure. ★★★★

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