17. 'Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me' (1999)
In the second installment of Mike Myers' James Bond spoof, groovy secret agent Austin Powers has to go back to his native environment, the swinging Sixties, in pursuit of Dr. Evil. Since Powers goes cross-eyed (literally) when he tries to consider time-travel paradoxes, nobody in the movie takes the premise too seriously. Austin's description of the 1990s to Felicity Shagwell (Heather Graham): "Everyone has their own flying car, entire meals come in pill form, and the Earth is run by damn dirty apes."