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Plot: The Angels investigate a series of murders which occur after the theft of a witness protection profile database. Runtime: 106 min Release Date: 27 Jun 2003
Outrageously great romp of fun, action and comedy! (by MadWatch)
If you haven't read the person's review that stated "For those that 'get it'....", then read that one. That reviewer states some good points.Commenting that the movie lacks plot, is cliched, is 'over the top' is like complaining that a Shakespeare play is a lousy action movie; Charlie's Angels 2 is *meant* to be an over-the-top, outrageous, spoofing, comedical parody-type action movie. The characters don't just do action, they do "over the top" action. The stunts are not just amazing, they are "over the top". Part of the comedic <more>
elements are derived from characters doing *exagerrated* action sequences, thereby spoofing action movies. The movie broke out in a musical number during the High School reunion scene!! The movie is not *meant* to be a serious philosophical analysis of life!In my opinion, the movie was awesome. It had stunts, action, comedy, great acting within the parameters of what the movie intended , great dialogue again, within the parameters of what the movie intended and moved at an excellent pace. The cameoes were the cherry on the sundae although I dont know who "Eve" or "Pink" are.... .IF you view the movie in the style it was intended to watch, this is an excellent movie 9.5 out of 10 . If you view this movie too seriously imagine watching Leslie Neilson's Naked Gun movie with the mindset that you are watching a CSI movie , then you will be disappointed.
It's not meant to be serious, but fun! So enjoy it for what it is!!! (by tefin)
First of all, I noticed a lot of people dissing the film and saying how it's plot is thin, the characters aren't well developed, etc... well, that is kinda the point. Charlie's Angels, the tv series, was full of camp, and over-the-top antics and did exploit the use of sexy women. The movie s are based on this very notion, meaning that if you go to see the movie, you're going to see some campy-spoof, with some heavy moments, of a campy 70's show.If you're into a fast and fun movie, filled with lots of action, noise and over-the-top scenes, then Charlie's Angels is <more>
for you! It's got a lot of great action, and even though it seems pointless, it's fun! Isn't that the whole point for seeing a movie in the first place - to have fun? I love drama, and other sorts of movies, but you really can't expect it from Charlie's Angels!The one thing that is at the center of the movies, of course, is the chemistry between Natalie, Alex, and Dylan. Diaz, Liu, and Barrymore have a wonderful chemistry together and they make things fun, yet sincere.This movie, with the addition of Demi Moore, ROCKED! It was a solid kick ass movie. It's just about fun, enjoyable and uplifting girl power at it's best! So sit back and enjoy it for what it is, and stop worrying and stressing over the plot - cause it's not about plot, it's about campy-fun! :
What do people not GET about this movie? ***1/2 (by Ronin47)
"Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" is, like the original 2000 film, something of a masterpiece of goofy surrealism. Say what you will, but the spectacular action scenes in this movie, as well as the comedy and often the "drama" are as off-the-wall and flat-out weird as anything in a David Lynch movie. In particular there is an action scene at a motorcross that obeys the laws of physics in about the same way that "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" does, and by doing so it's one of the most exhilarating action sequences I've seen in a long time.It's <more>
also a perfect summer movie. Funny, fast-paced, exciting, colorful, and with a soundtrack that just won't quit throwing great, classic songs at you, this is a hell of a fun movie.Of course Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu reprise their roles as Nat, Dylan, and Alex, but this time Bernie Mac takes over as Bosley. As much as I loved Bill Murray in the original, Mac really rocks this role and brings a spin to it that matches the tone of the movie better than Murray did.Like the original, "Full Throttle" is thoroughly derivative, but in so many ways that it's completely unique also. It's like watching your favorite goofball martial-arts movie, going to a beach party, playing a video game, and listening to a great 80's mix tape all at the same time. In other words, it made me feel like a kid again, and there's no higher compliment I could possibly give a movie. I think I'll leave it at that.
It is just entertainment and my daughter loves to watch them over and over. As a matter of fact, she has been taking lessons in Karate because of Charlies Angels.She would love to see more movies and more empowered women take action and do what is right in this world. She is way too tired of watching the Power Puff Girls. She would love to see the Desoto Case. And would like to know who Charlie is, because my wife and I will never tell.She would also like to see more Angels, past or present. Does not matter, but it shows her that women can be smart, intelligent, and most of all empowered to <more>
take charge over their own lives.EricNot necessarily a preview, but a comment.
Outshines the original "Charlie's Angels" (by zardoz-13)
Yes, the new summer movie sequel "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" outshines the original "Charlie's Angels" 2000 . This helium-filled hokum with its high octane action sequences, bevies of bikini-clad babes, and naughty but nice PG-13-rated sexual innuendos qualifies both as funnier but far more violent. Aside from the conspicuous absence of both Bill Murray and Tom Green, virtually everybody from "Charlie's Angels" returns, with former music video director Joseph McGinty Nichol, credited simply as McG, back in the saddle calling the shots. <more>
Reportedly, Murray refused to reprise his role as Bosley, because Lucy Liu and he hated working together on the first film. Like its original big-screen predecessor, this slightly longer 105 minutes compared with 99 minutes sequel takes the classic prime-time TV series beyond anything Farrah Fawcett and her curvaceous cohorts could ever have imagined. Not only does "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" kiss off realism with blissful abandon, but also this swiftly-paced, super-charged, wish-fulfillment fantasy earns half of its kudos for its well-crafted homages to popular Hollywood hits as well as its interesting cameos. Watch closely, and you may catch a glimpse of Carrie Fisher of "Star Wars," Bruce Willis of "Die Hard," Eric Bogosian of "Talk Radio," original Angel Jaclyn Smith herself, and the Olsen twins. Meanwhile, Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz, and Lucy Liu portray women empowered either by their mastery of modern technology or their combat skills to thwart their evil-minded adversaries at the behest of a disembodied male voice on a speaker phone. Happily, "Full Throttle" never takes itself seriously. Further, nothing in this action-oriented chick flick remotely looks believable. Beyond its superbly-staged Hong Kong martial arts fights and Russell Carpenter's luminous wide-screen cinematography, "Full Throttle" represents actress Demi Moore's long-awaited comeback movie after a string of film flops including "G.I. Jane," "The Juror," and "Striptease." While the first "Angels" movie dealt strictly with revenge against their unseen boss Charlie, "Full Throttle" focuses on a dastardly plot to expose the identities of everybody in the Federal Witness Protection program. Never heard of the Witness Protection Program? Essentially, law enforcement relies heavily on this program so people will testify against major league criminals. Afterward, the government gives these brave souls new identities, so they can escape reprisals from the convicted criminals or their criminal organizations. In "Full Throttle," the lead villain, Madison Lee Demi Moore has her henchmen steal two rings worn by different guys in the Dept. of Justice. When these two rings are combined, they yield an ultra-secret computer program with everybody's new identity. Naturally, "Full Throttle" takes full advantage of this "Lord of the Rings" idea and gives the concept a clever make-over to accommodate their storyline. Although this constitutes the main plot, "Full Throttle" really concerns the theme of friendship between our trio of Angels. Dylan Drew Barrymore , Alex Lucy Liu , and Natalie Cameron Diaz have moved into a new place, and Natalie's boyfriend Pete Luke Wilson of "Home Fries" keeps trying to pop a certain question. Worst than any villain with whom they must contend, Dylan and Alex dread Natalie's inevitable departure because they fear Pete wants to marry her. Invariably, at least according to Dylan, this means that Alex and she will have to break in a new Angel.The charm of the "Charlie's Angels" movies lies in their giddy, effervescent innocence. The bubble bursts only with an occasional moment of drama when someone dies or extracts a bloody shard of glass from their ribs. Otherwise, McG directs with his customary flair. Watching "Full Throttle" is like riding a roller coaster. Actually, "Full Throttle" resembles a video game more than a live-action movie. Most of the graphics appear computer-generated more than real-life. However, in a flashy, frivolous film like "Full Throttle" that proves more an asset than a debit. Moreover, McG plays everything for a laugh, and he has the light touch to make it work repeatedly without making it seem too silly. The opening sequence when the Angels rescue a U.S. Marshal Robert Patrick of "Terminator 2" from a Mongolian strong-hold is the best scene. You can tell that the James Bond movie "GoldenEye" served as their inspiration, but the same thing occurred in the original "Charlie's Angels" when they cribbed their opening scene from "Moonraker." What is important is that they add enough variation to their make-over so the scene succeeds on its own more than as a slick rehash. Demi Moore makes a strong villain, stronger than Kelly Lynch from the original. Mercifully, Tom Green is gone, but Alex's boyfriend Jason Matt LeBlanc of "Friends" shows up again, and we get to meet Alex's befuddled father played by Monty Python alumni John Cleese. Further, the superficial but exciting screenplay by John August and co-writers Wormac and Marianne Wibberley develops the Angels characters while at the same they foreshadow events in the story. Indeed, the bulk of the story is action, action, action, but it is refreshing to see a movie that actually foreshadows and fleshes out its characters.Although the clever one-liners and risqué dialogue verge on sensuality, "Charlie's Angels" avoids graphic depictions of anything realistic or unsavory. Nevertheless, based on the star wattage of our three heroines and McG's light fingered directorial prowess, "Full Throttle" is a lot of fun from teenagers and adults.
Really, really dumb, but really, really fun. (by carbuff)
God help me, but I loved this. It's stupid and ridiculous. It's trashy, squishy, soft-soft-core porn. But it's got fluorescent and pastel colors. It's got 80s and 90s music. It's got cool machines. It's got over-the-top unreal stunts. This is about as far as you can get from high-minded culture short of films rated with triple letters, but it's a great guilty pleasure for me since I grew up watching bad TV in the 70s. The recipe is basic, but a hell of a lot more satisfying than meatloaf. Take yourself some stale old TV schlock like "Charlie's <more>
Angels", pour in a few zillion dollars, stir and simmer for an hour and 45 minutes, and out comes a tasty confection of pure negative-calorie, big- screen idiocy. This is a truly sincerely positive review, although you've got to be able to really power your brain down to enjoy this sort of extreme mindlessness, something nobody has ever said I have a problem doing. Maybe some of that zen or om or whatever crap from the 70s or 80s or whenever might put you in the mood. Sure you'd feel queasy if you watched too much stuff like this, but then I hope you'd never be dumb enough to try subsisting on nothing but Cheetos either. Producing this movie was an utterly indefensible waste of sorely-needed, invaluable, declining resources unjustifiably extracted from an impoverished planet careening towards global ecological collapse, but since it's neither fattening or highly addictive, I'll let it slide. I suspect that subjecting yourself to this cheese overdose may be positively correlated with early-onset dementia, but that's a risk I deem worth taking. Really, I'm not being facetious. I got a kick out of this movie. It's legal and doesn't burn a hole in your nose or give you the munchies. You can even drive a car after consuming it, although I probably wouldn't. The other side of the coin is that if you absolutely insist on thinking, it might be impossible to do worse than this film. Uh- oh, I wonder what all I just wrote implies about me.
Don't understand the bad reviews... (by clotildevernyidrac)
I don't know if it's because I didn't watch the TV Show, but I really don't understand why those 2 movies are discredited this much. Yes it's not realistic at all , the stories are very exaggerated, and not very perfectionists, but I don't watch those movies for realism, I watch them to spend a good time, to clear my head, because I love the actors, and everything is so light! It does not sell more than what it is, and for that I really enjoy watching the 2 movies whenever I am in a bad mood!
Metafilm: Gremlins meets The Beatles (by tedg)
Spoilers herein.I liked this. It was intelligent. It was competent. It was cinematic. It was post post- feminist sex-as-joke smart. It was original in its perspective on the unoriginal nature of film.There's a reason that this ended on a stage -- it is placed as a movie about movies. Of course most movies today are, but this one carves out a unique niche. "Hulk" was equally intelligent but it respects the cinematic mechanisms it exploits. "Moulin Rouge" was much more intelligent but added a vicious intent: to demolish the genre.This one is in between: it doesn't <more>
demolish, it exploits so extremely yet subtly that we have the choice ourselves. But just along the way, the makers wanted us to know that they were aware: so we have the stage, the "observe" atory used before, notably in the selfreferential "Bowfinger" , the goof on "Maximum Extreme 2," the reference to the TeeVee show by bringing Jaclyn back as Jaclyn. Within this, we have a constantly accelerating series of references to other films: when they got to "Black Narcissus" meets "Star Wars" I had to completely surrender and let the flow of cinematic microorgasms wash over me.I love this stuff. Yes it is fluff, but it is fluff that intelligently walks the line between masterfully executed fluff and a parody of fluff. Bruce Willis invented this genre, at least in this Summer movie form, and it is extra cool to see him and Demi! dancing through it. I credit Drew Barrymore for this, and -- mark me -- when the long view is written, this film will be important and she will be remembered as our K Hepburn. She is the one who invents this film, who monitors its balance.Here's a side issue: when the counterculture of the sixties was being forged, its key notion was that for the first time in celebrity we had not a single role model but a compound one. In the Beatles, we had four complementary beings melded into one. That quaternity fascinated because while everyone chose an individual among the four to emulate, they were inseparable. As the ambition of that era faded, we reverted back to single roles: the typical high-schooler had seven or so to chose from.Drew is moving back into that mode, or at least referencing it. Here we have the cute one, Cameron, who out-Julias Julia Roberts in working that smile. She's supposed to be dumb, the sexy Ringo. We have Lucy no diamonds here , who is a fascinating character. Ostensibly the genius, ostensibly the most graceful and beautiful one, she is presented as the one tied to the movie world with her celebrity Dad and boyfriend . But as everyone knows, she's an intolerable bitch, nearly impossible to work with. In fact, the only reason we have the clueless Bernie Mac instead of the perfectly self-aware Bill Murray is because she drove him away. Just think about this: no amount of money could bring him back, and we're talking big bucks here.And we have Drew, Drew the mastermind who is both IN this and creating it. Who has left the world of hedonistic drugs so although radiantly healthy is relatively chunky compared to her anorexic buddies. Who never had the camera-loving sweetness this movie celebrates but who shows up anyway as if to say so what? Who does a Willis tenfold in winking at us and saying: ain't it a gas and I can wiggle my butt too. Though it got a little labored with the intelligently conceived but incessantly drummed "Hell on Ass" bit. These days, I try to watch films in pairs. My partner for "Angels2" was "Gremlins2." Check it out, seriously. Gremlins2 was a similar walk through other films, similarly balanced between nearly taking itself seriously and dumping on itself with religious fervor. Similar goof on pulchritude.Opening sequences are promises. This one, with the extreme continuous pans borrowed from the similarly situated "The Player" told me right away what a clever goof this would be.Ted's Evaluation -- 3 of 4: Worth watching.
By artistic standards if there are any this work should be to total disaster: no plot, crazy one-liners, bunch of clichés and complete remaking of them. Many crappy movies are like this, but this one manages to bring pleasure in its own particular way. There has been not even an attempt to make art, everything is just supposed to be funny and entertaining. Forget art, or what you thought it was! If you want to bash this movie or its makers, there are much of opportunities, but you have as well misunderstood this product. For the idea of the film is just simple, anything is not like it used <more>
to be. All the movie makes fun of itself and the whole genre. If you didn't like this movie, perhaps you should watch it again and laugh at it. You'll see how stupid it is, but it was also meant to be that way. Bulletproof bra's are not a bad equipment joke - you would have laughed at them had they appeared on Get Smart or Police Squad. Get this film in its particular way, for this is fresh entertainment from Hollywood. And there's also John Cleese, he would not appear on any crappy product. For he knows how to make people laugh and what it takes. The Parrot joke cannot make you laugh again and again. This is new comedy for new a generation. A master's John Cleese to me choice.Forget brains - this one is Helen Zaas Show. Pure energy without commitments