Dinkin Flicka - 2012-12-10 You had an extra Tag option, and you didn't feel inclined to go with either "Michael York" or "Basil Exposition"?
Dinkin Flicka - 2012-12-10 I should have withheld stars until you carried through. I owe you an apology, sir.
Comeuppance - 2012-12-10 This scene frustrated 12-year-old me to no end, as he didn't present an actual issue. His being frozen in 1967 would not necessarily preclude him from visiting his frozen self in 1969, nor would it create any issue for his reanimation in 1999 unless he proceeded to reanimate his past frozen self.
GRR COMEDY MOVIE YOUR CONUNDRUMS ARE POORLY THOUGHT OUT
SteamPoweredKleenex - 2012-12-10 It's a Mike Meyers movie. Your use of "comedy" is also ill-applied.
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2012-12-10 This is a funny ass movie, and so was Goldmember. Mike Myers has made some shitty films (Love Guru has no redeeming value) but apart from this scene lacking any logic loops, I love the humor.
FABIO - 2012-12-10 At least some funny commentary came from Love Guru.
TimidAres - 2012-12-10 I enjoyed the first 2 Austin Powers films.
My opinion has value!
FABIO - 2012-12-10 The end of the original Terminator movie was probably the first instance of this. After that it became about as obligatory to time travel movies as the no reception on my cell phone scene in horror movies.
Jet Bin Fever - 2012-12-10 I think they mentioned this scene on the Half in the Bag episode about Looper, because they did something similar in that film.