Charlie's Angels 2000 PG-13 CC

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They're beautiful, they're brilliant and they work for Charlie. This is a sexy, high-octane update of the popular hit show, Natalie (Diaz), Dylan (Barrymore) and Alex (Liu), alongside faithful lieutenant Bosley (Murray), must foil an elaborate murder-revenge plot that could not only destroy individual privacy and corporate security worldwide, but spell the end of Charlie and his Angels.

Starring:
Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore
Runtime:
1 hour 39 minutes

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Charlie's Angels (2000)

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Genres Thriller, Adventure, Action, Comedy
Director McG
Starring Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore
Supporting actors Lucy Liu, Bill Murray, Sam Rockwell, Kelly Lynch, Tim Curry, Crispin Glover, Matt LeBlanc, LL Cool J, Tom Green, Luke Wilson, Sean Whalen, Tim Dunaway, Alex Trebek, Raliegh Wilson, Mark Ryan, Bobby Ore, Guy Oseary, Joe Duer
Studio Columbia Pictures
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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They did a very good job of combining an action movie and a comedy.
Dan Huddlestun
In the movie Dylan, Natalie, and Alex, are played by the talented actress Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, and Lucy Liu.
Nancy E.
I didn't think it would really be a good movie, but I like action movies, so I didn't think it would be too bad.
Duncan Davidson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

45 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Benjamin J Burgraff VINE VOICE on November 10, 2000
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As much a tribute to pop culture as a big-screen version of the '70s
series, 'Charlie's Angels' has so much energy and tongue-in-cheek
charm that it DARES you NOT to root for its three young stars! And
while the film won't erase the images of Farrah Fawcett in a thin
tanktop on a very cold day, there is a wholesome sexiness and
accessiblity in Barrymore, Diaz, and Liu that none of the various
teamings of TV 'Angels' ever achieved!
The pre-title sequence is
outrageous, and fabulous! ...
Each Angel has a unique
backstory...Natalie (Diaz) is an ditzy, upbeat 'Soul Train'-dancing
wannabe who 'shakes her booty' at home in Spider-Man undies, looks for
'Mr. Right', and is a crack driver; Alex (Liu) is a 'leg waxer'/extra
on an action movie set, who is a lousy cook, sleeps with the film's
star (Matt LeBlanc, in a funny cameo), and is an expert in technology
and martial arts; Dylan (Barrymore) is an ex-high school 'bad
girl'/free spirit involved with a seedy, insecure hippie living in a
tugboat (humorously portrayed by Tom Green, Barrymore's real-life
boyfriend), is a master of disguise, and leads the trio.
As in the
TV series, the Angels work out of the Townsend Detective Agency (still
located in the famous colonial brick building), and communicate with
the never-seen Charlie (voiced, as always, by John Forsythe) via the
telephone. As the trio's liason, Bosley, Bill Murray is simply
perfect, hilarious in his patented 'smarmy but lovable' persona!

The plot revolves around the kidnapping of a Bill Gates-type
computer genius (Sam Rockwell, 'The Green Mile'), and a technology
that can pinpoint any person's location, anywhere in the world.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Mr Craig Davies on March 20, 2001
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Maybe I am speaking from the perspective of all shallow, easily pleased and lusty young men that may have seen this movie. But I am also looking at this movie as a dedicated film goer. This flick is mighty impressive, in every way. The plot is thin but who needs it?? Gorgeous people performing unbelievable stunts in an action packed movie that provides more excitement than a massage down at Madame Lou Lou's Shag Pad!!! Its great fun and if you don't come out smiling after seeing this flick you need to be ordering a hell of a lot more prozac from your therapist!!!
The sound track adds to the excitement as a constant provider of wild thumping tunes that only adds the fast paced, insane and incredibly sexy vibe that this movie produces..
Go see, go smile, go enjoy, go ogle, but just go...Buy this DVD and have a good time.
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29 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Reviewer on November 8, 2000
In the history of the cinema, most feature films that are the progeny of a successful television series have been less than satisfying or able to capture the essence of the original. There are exceptions, of course, and "Charlie's Angels," directed by McG (Joseph McGinty Mitchell), and starring Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu, is one of them. A great movie it is not, but it is fun, the trio of Angels are engaging, and it is non-stop action from beginning to end. It starts with a dynamic skydiving stunt and never slows down. Along the way a lot of things blow up, there's music,dancing, plenty of stunts, some clever lines and a bit of comedy relief from Bill Murray (Bosley). There's just enough plot to keep things interesting, but it really doesn't make much difference; this is like a party to which everyone's been invited, and Angels Natalie (Diaz), Dylan (Barrymore) and Alex (Liu) are everything their T.V. counterparts ever hoped to be and more. This is the way Charlie's team was meant to be. What really puts this movie over, though, is the Angels themselves; there's a natural camaraderie between them that seems sincere and never forced, and they all seem to be having a great time, especially the charismatic Diaz, who could easily win an Oscar for Best Supporting Smile. Barrymore looks good and exhibits plenty of spunk, as does Liu, who has a captivating screen presence as well. It's all played pretty much straightforward, there's no attempt at parody or heavy drama, and nothing is taken too seriously, which enables the story to move along without getting bogged down with any unnecessary business. Murray is used just enough to make his presence welcome and effective, and he makes his Bosley fit nicely alongside this latest incarnation of Angels.Read more ›
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Beau Yarbrough VINE VOICE on November 7, 2000
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My wife (who doesn't remember the original show) and I went into the movie with zero expectations and found ourselves having an absolute ball. The film is funny, self-aware and great fun. Any film that includes the line "for god's sake, FLIP YOUR HAIR!" isn't one that takes itself too seriously, even for a moment.
Add to that teriffic Hong Kong action-movie sequences -- See Cameron Diaz question a thug with her foot! See the Angels take on a sword-cane wielding and high-flipping Crispin Glover! -- and the film got a well-deserved round of applause from a packed theater in very jaded Los Angeles.
This isn't the film for those who prefer their action grim or their female heroines desexualized -- the Angels go from kicking the crap out of bad guys to checking out hot guys in zero-to-60 flat -- but for those looking for some light movie fare served at rocket speed, "Charlie's Angels" is the way to go.
The Angels out-Bond every James Bond movie without Sean Connery, and as we left the theater, my wife and I agreed that we would be getting the DVD ...
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