Charlie's Angels

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78% Audience Score78%
  • 3.5 of 5 stars
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    I'm very impressed with the Angels like Naomi Scott for instance, she did a pretty good job as Jasmine, now she did it perfect in this one, same for the others, the movie overall is amazing and twisted.
  • 4 of 5 stars
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    It was fun and entertaining
  • 4 of 5 stars
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    Don't know what critics are talking about. This movie was funny, great action, plot twists, even KStew was hilarious and great in her role. Both myself and my fiancé enjoyed it. Definitely recommend.
  • 4 of 5 stars
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    Great watch, would watch again, and can recommend. A significant improvement over the old formula (not that it was bad). We still have the "men are dumb, horny animals" theme happening, and yes, this movie still caters to women-interested audience members, but they found a much better presentation to being sexy while doing impressive things instead of doing impressive things sexily. Mostly it was not showing nape to navel for most of the movie. That aside, they did an excellent job opening up the world: while the original 2 movies made the impression that this was one squad that traveled the world on missions, this approach is a world-wide organization of elite agents (kind of like how Marvel's Agents of SHIELD focusing on one squad as SHIELD, but its really an world-wide organization). While the actual story focuses on this team of ladies, the controversy really uses Chekov's gun to incorporate the organization as a whole and insert some somewhat clever twists. Casting was great: Patrick Stewart was great, but I wish he had more on screen time with Elizabeth Banks (Hunger Games: Effie) (he looks amazing for his age, but I'm not sure he could stand an actual fight scene). Djimon Hounsou (Guardians of the Galaxy) and Jonathan Tucker (The Ruins) were downright amazing, such good action out of them alongside Kristen Stewart (a good choice as a veteran actresss), Naomi Scott (Aladdin: Jasmine) and relative newcomer Ella Balinski who really seemed to put the extra effort playing a noted hand to hand combat master. I'm thinking of this as going from "Batman & Robin" to "Batman Begins", it more serious, it looks better, has better content, but ultimately has the same silly premise and all the fun that comes with it.
  • 1.5 of 5 stars
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    A swing and a miss by Elizabeth Banks! The fighting scenes were unrealistic and clearly rehearsed the action was predictable and the characters weren't believable. It speaks volumes when Kristen Stewart is giving a better performance than her other female costars. The original TV show was very well done, it was followed up by two really good movies they should've just stopped it there the remake was not needed and honestly it just wasn't good.
  • 0.5 of 5 stars
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    Boring, not needed. A reboot of a couple of movies based on a 70's tv show! Dumb, dumb, dumb.
  • 3 of 5 stars
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    I might be in the minority, but the 2000 Angels was one of my favorite movies. This one is... fine. Was there potential there? Maybe. Honestly, the post-initial-credits part was actually decent (for those few minutes) and the best part of the whole movie. The rest is just... not great. I doubt there will be many people wanting to watch it a second time. Forgettable and a remake that no one asked for. Honestly, it deserved its fate as a box office failure. If you aren't going to make something awesome, why bother?
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    Absolutely phenomenal!! The cameo of J. Smith was perfection! Laverne Cox, Ronda Rousey, Danica all fantastic! I've been a huge Charlie's Angels fan since the 1st episode of the original series as well as the movies. Well done Elizabeth Banks!! Can't wait for next one!!!!!
  • 1 of 5 stars
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    This movie is a mess, it jumps around like a kid on couches and when it falls it falls hard not knowing where to jump next. It tries really hard to connect all the TV shows and Movies into one big Universe but that is the only thing about it that is just ok. The plot in general is just... it doesn't work. I mean they take Bosley (Patrick Stewart) and have him retire from a long and glorious career with the Angels and the Program, which is were they tie him to all the other "groups" of Angels from the past as he was Bosley to them also, Bosley now being a code name by the way. And the big mess, not only mess, is how they try and turn Bosley into this upset disgruntled employee who is now set on committing crimes. This was just not thought all the way through and I'm disappointed. Don't waste your time.
  • 0.5 of 5 stars
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    Wow, what a terrible piece of crap that was beyond predictable, with talented actors somehow showing they have no talent to active. Elizabeth Banks who wrote, directed and starred in the movie forgot that writing usually requires a story line, which they forgot in this movie. This was painfully terrible and nobody should waste their time on this garbage. Its not even worth being stuck at home during a Pandemic with nothing to watch and selecting this move. Yeah that bad!