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Operation: 00-0ddBalls!

Swinging, singing and swanky super-agents go all out in these off the wall spy-flicks.


The Last of the Secret Agents?

One idea that Mike Myers stole from this film for his Austin Powers spoofs was to repeat the same joke or gag at least three times. That way you can hear the same joke again, just in case you missed it. That way you hear the same joke again, just in case you missed it. That way you can -- annoying after awhile isn't it? This rinse and repeat motif ultimately leads to the film's demise.

Danger: Diabolik!

This is one hard film to classify. Camp or kitsch? Yes. Well, no not really. Over-stylized to the Nth degree Danger: Diabolik! could almost be considered a black comedy, but I honestly don't know what the heck it is except an over the top exercise in excess: greed, sex, violence and politics all wrapped around whacko set-designs, cool costumes and gonzoid props.

The Ambushers

Basically, we’ve got some intrigue in this section which doesn’t make a lick of sense. I don’t see any reason to waste your time with it. What it comes down to is that Ortega recognizes Summers and begins steps to eliminate her and Dino. Maderus then saves the pretend newlyweds from a musician/assassin in the band who holds a pair of maracas with gun barrels that poke out the ends like nipples.

Our Man Flint

Let's clear something up first: if the world was in trouble and it were up to me to decide who to get to save it, there's no question who I'd call. Screw James Bond, I'm calling Derek Flint. The jet-setting playboy and doer of good deeds did it his way through two films and one less than stellar made for TV movie. He's smart, tough, and lethally effective with an aesthetic that's Hugh Hefner's wet dream.


The Super-Secret Final Feature

What could possibly top the films we've already looked at for mondo-bizarreness? Sorry. If I told you what it was, I'd have to kill you.