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Here's Where You Can Watch Every Austin Powers Movie

Now that we've moved past the era of everyone and their parents constantly repeating the phrase "Yeah, baby, yeah!," it can be easier to acknowledge that Mike Myers' "Austin Powers" movies were often very funny. As parodies of the James Bond films and 1960's counter-culture, the movies often struck gold, sending up the spy films' flimsy plot holes and mining plenty of humor from the hippie lifestyle.

Of course, not all of the elements from the "Austin Powers" trilogy hold up today, with the sequels, in particular, introducing certain characters and running jokes that now feel like little more than taking cheap shots at easy targets. That might have something to do with why critics rated the sequels much lower than the first film (72%) on Rotten Tomatoes, with the second and third films receiving aggregate scores from reviewers of 52% and 53%, respectively.

If you're curious to revisit the "Austin Powers" films to see how they hold up — or even to check them out for the first time — here's where you can currently stream every movie in the series. 

You can watch the Austin Powers trilogy on HBO Max

You can currently watch every film in the "Austin Powers" trilogy on the streaming service HBO Max as long as you have a subscription. A subscription plan with ads costs $9.99 a month, whereas one without ads is $14.99 a month (via HBO Max).

Currently, HBO Max is the only streaming home for the comedies, but the individual films are also available to rent and purchase, as well. You can rent a digital copy of "Austin Powers" and the sequels on the standard digital platforms, including iTunes, Google Play, YouTube, and Amazon, with the price staying consistent at $3.99 each. You can also purchase your own copies and store them on these platforms, as well, with the price remaining $14.99 for each film. Only Redbox appears to be asking more for the "Powers" trilogy at $16.99 per film.

And of course, you can always purchase the comedies through physical media such as DVD and Blu-Ray.