Charlie's Angels

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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Released 2000

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Director:
McG
Released:
2000
Rating:
PG-13
Charlie's Angels is a 2000 comedy directed by Joseph McGinty Nichol. It is a modern adaptation of the popular 1970s television series of the same name. Tomboyish Dylan (Drew Barrymore), chic Alex (Lucy Liu), and charming Natalie (Cameron Diaz) are elite spies known as Angels working for a mysterious millionaire named Charlie (John Forsythe), whom they have never actually met. Through a loudspeaker in the women's office, Charlie tasks his Angels with finding out who kidnapped the prominent electronics mogul Eric Knox (Sam Rockwell). With help from Charlie's goofy assistant Bosley (Bill Murray), Dylan, Alex and Natalie start to investigate Roger Corwin (Tim Curry), who is the leader of a rival software company called Redstar. But when the girls find out that things in their investigation are not as straightforward as they seem, they must use their quick wit, superior intelligence, and feminine wiles to bring the bad guys to justice.

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  • 60

    Variety Todd McCarthy

    This entertaining confection possesses the substance of the TV show, the pacing of a Hong Kong actioner and the production values of a James Bond thriller.

  • 50

    The New York Times Dana Stevens

    It never pretends that it's anything more than trashy, cheesy fun. But even trash -- especially trash this expensive -- should at least be well made. Sure, it's easy on the eyes, b...

  • 50

    Los Angeles Times Kenneth Turan

    A potato chip of a movie. Tasty and lightweight, it's fine for a cinematic snack, if that's what you're looking for. Making it an entire meal, however, really isn't advisable.

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