- Directors: Ricky Gervais, Matthew Robinson
- Producers: Ricky Gervais, Dan Lin, Lynda Obst, Oly Obst
- Writers: Ricky Gervais, Matthew Robinson
- Genres: Comedy
- Actors: Ricky Gervais, Jennifer Garner, Jonah Hill, Louis C K, Christopher Guest, Rob Lowe, Tina Fey
The film is set in an alternate reality in which there is no such thing as lying, and everything said is the absolute truth. In this world, people continually make very blunt and often cruel statements and remarks that people in the real world would normally keep to themselves. The concepts of fiction, imagination, and speculation do not exist, resulting in the movie industry being limited to lecture-style historical readings, television commercials being straightforward, and an absence of religion.
Mark Bellison is an unsuccessful lecture-film writer, who is cursed with writing for the 14th century, a “very boring” era to write about. One night, he goes out on a date with Anna McDoogles. She bluntly states to Mark that she is not attracted to him due to his looks and unsuccessful financial situation, but is going out with him to satisfy her extremely prejudicial mother. After the date, she admits that she had a better time than she thought she would.
The next day Mark is fired from his job and his landlord evicts him for being short on his $800 rent. Depressed, he goes to the bank to close his account and use his remaining money to move out of his apartment. The teller informs him that the computers are down, but since society is one of full disclosure, she asks Mark how much money he has in his account. Mark has an epiphany, and tells the world’s first lie, that he has $800 in his account. The computer comes back online and shows his balance is $300, but the teller gives him the full $800 anyway, assuming that the computer made a mistake.
Years later, Anna and Mark are married with a son, with another child on the way, and their son has inherited Mark’s ability to lie.
- Directors: Jay Roach
- Producers: Mike Myers, Demi Moore, Jennifer Todd, Suzanne Todd
- Writers: Mike Myers, Michael McCullers
- Genres: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Crime
- Actors: Mike Myers, Heather Graham, Michael York, Robert Wagner, Rob Lowe, Will Ferrell
NATOâ€™s monitoring facility observes the return of Dr. Evil (Mike Myers) and informs British intelligence. At Dr. Evilâ€™s Seattle headquarters, Dr. Evil is presented with a one-eighth-size clone of himself (Verne Troyer) whom he calls Mini-Me. Number Two (Robert Wagner), who survived his incineration towards the end of the previous film, also reveals the enormous profits they have made by legitimately investing in a previously unknown startup company called “Starbucks”. However, Dr. Evil is unimpressed and unveils his latest evil planâ€”he has developed a time machine to go back to the sixties and steal Austin Powersâ€™ (also Mike Myers) mojo, a fluid inside his “family jewels” which is the source of Austin’s incredibly sexual prowess and appeal.
Meanwhile, back in 1999, Austin is still enjoying his honeymoon with his wifeâ€”the former Vanessa Kensington (Elizabeth Hurley). Unfortunately, something goes amiss, and it turns out that she is actually one of Dr. Evilâ€™s kamikaze fembots who attempts to kill Austin, but eventually self-destructs. He grieves briefly, but then proceeds to the lobby naked and celebrates being single again.
Dr. Evil and Mini-Me go back to 1969 and meet up with a younger Number Two (Rob Lowe) and (a not-so-young) Frau Farbissina (Mindy Sterling). A disgruntled â€œScottish Guardâ€ with unusual eating habits called Fat Bastard (again, Mike Myers) has been hired to extract Austinâ€™s mojo from his frozen body at the Ministry of Defence Cryo Chamber.
Then, during the credits, we see Austin returning to his pad, only to hear Felicity having sex with another man. However, when he enters the room, he discovers that it is in fact the past Austin, who makes the claim that since he and Austin are the same person, it’s not cheating. Austin of course forgives Felicity (“I can’t blame you, Felicity, I mean… the man is handsome, baby!”) As he discovers he’s got his mojo back, both Austins then make their move on Felicity as the clip fades back to the credits.