Charlie's Angels

Charlie's Angels

DVD - 2020
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The Angels are working for the mysterious Charles Townsend, whose security and investigative agency has expanded internationally. With the world's smartest, bravest, and most highly trained women all over the globe, there are now teams of Angels guided by multiple Bosleys taking on the toughest jobs everywhere.

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sjpl_javier Mar 28, 2020

The weird green screen with over lit actors in a dark background is jarring. Effects and stunts that are supposed to make you awe over how cool they are look like they have been maid by someone that just learned how to use Adobe Creative Suite on Lynda.com.

The story and actions is typical of a Charlie's Angels movie.

Bad visual effects ruin this otherwise worthy popcorn flick.

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klbrooker40
Mar 15, 2020

Bad movie. Not sure what they were thinking, but this movie is terrible. Bad script, bad plot, bad everything! Miss it - go back to the earlier ones with Drew Barrymore - much better.

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Mar 05, 2020

The 2019 reboot of the Charlie's Angels franchise is an obvious nod to the push for women empowerment, that could have been executed better. The plot puts much emphasis on women being inferior to men, however does it in a way that is more predictable and lack-lustre than it could have been. The star studded cast includes Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Elizabeth Banks who also directed the film. I really enjoyed Kristen Stewart's performance, which was much difference from her rather dry and emotion-less acting reputation. Naomi Scott's character was rather "cutesy", and I felt much more drawn to Jane played by Ella Balinska who I'd really like to see more of. A mediocre and slightly forgettable action movie, and likely wouldn't watch again. 3.5 Stars
@Ruby_Tuesday of the Hamilton Public Library's Teen Review Board

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ooppii
Mar 03, 2020

Just a fun movie to watch.

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TLPS
Feb 15, 2020

Merely OK, although it was fun seeing my beloved Kristen Stewart lighten up and smile.
Most of her post-"Twilight" roles have had such a high angst quotient.
But Elizabeth Banks was clearly the wrong director for this movie. She lacks the action chops to pull off the numerous setpieces, most of which fall flat.
For a better femme-directed action/comedy hybrid, check out 2018's "The Spy Who Loved Me" w/ Mila Kunis and the SNL lady.

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