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Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

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Director: McG, Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, Lucy Liu

Cast: McG, Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, Lucy Liu


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The three most glamorous and butt-kicking private detectives in the business are back and ready to take on bad guys in this sequel to the 2000 blockbuster screen adaptation of the once-popular television series. Dylan (Drew Barrymore), Natalie (Cameron Diaz), and Alex (Lucy Liu) are once again summoned to the office of their boss Charlie (voice of John Forsythe),


The three most glamorous and butt-kicking private detectives in the business are back and ready to take on bad guys in this sequel to the 2000 blockbuster screen adaptation of the once-popular television series. Dylan (Drew Barrymore), Natalie (Cameron Diaz), and Alex (Lucy Liu) are once again summoned to the office of their boss Charlie (voice of John Forsythe), where they're introduced to his new right-hand man Jimmy Bosley (Bernie Mac) and given their latest assignment. It seems a pair of rings have gone missing and need to be recovered, but this was no ordinary jewel heist -- the rings have been coded with special information that can be used to access a list of every person in the FBI's Witness Protection Program, and when a handful of protected informants are murdered, the Angels are brought in to help crack the case. As the women search for the culprits, they encounter Madison Lee (Demi Moore), one of Charlie's former agents who decided that the wrong side of the law pays better, and Seamus (Justin Theroux), who once dated Dylan and wants revenge for her decision to turn him over to the police. Luke Wilson and Matt LeBlanc return as (respectively) Natalie and Alex's love interests, as does Crispin Glover as the Thin Man; John Cleese, Robert Forster, and Eric Bogosian also appear in supporting roles.

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Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
Our favorite crime-fighting cuties are back for another feature-film go-round, and fans of the first film will not be disappointed: The ladies are just as lovely and lethal as ever. Full Throttle reintroduces us to Natalie (Cameron Diaz), Dylan (Drew Barrymore), and Alex (Lucy Liu), who remain in the employ of the enigmatic Charlie Townsend (John Forsythe, as always, voice alone) -- this time, investigating the theft of a witness-relocation database much sought after by rival mobsters. Demi Moore, returning to the screen after a three-year break, portrays a former Angel who has gone over to the dark side. Bernie Mac rather improbably but satisfactorily replaces Bill Murray as Bosley; Justin Theroux is a particularly nasty heavy; and returning cast members Matt LeBlanc, Luke Wilson, and Crispin Glover (the silver screen's undisputed king of creepy) make the most of their limited screen time. Once again, director "McG" is at the megaphone, fashioning stylish if physically impossible action sequences and loading each sequence with pop-culture references. The story is almost nonexistent, with scenes included seemingly to provide song cues for the succession of pop oldies that comprise the soundtrack. But let's face it, nobody watches a Charlie's Angels movie for the plot. The requisite pulchritude is more than amply supplied, and McG sustains a rapid pace that makes it easy to overlook the narrative's absurdities. Full Throttle, like its predecessor, provides two hours of mindless fun that calls for a healthy suspension of disbelief and buckets of hot, buttery popcorn.
All Movie Guide - Andrea LeVasseur
This is fluffy commercialism at its core, easily discounted as yet another way to make loads of cash from an unattainable feminine ideal. That being said, the Charlie's Angels film franchise turns this ideal into a superhero movie, and the result is more exciting and thrilling than many of its comic book-based contemporaries. With the self-mocking humor, fantasy fighting sequences, dance club pulse, and standard crime-fighting plot, it feels a lot like watching The Powerpuff Girls, only with Cosmo-style sex appeal. With so much flesh on display, the überwomen are granted an even higher propensity for makeup, costumes, and spiked high heel boots. The degree of exaggeration is such that it all becomes a kind of grotesque fashion show, albeit with the trappings of a regular macho action movie. This time around, the superheroes even get supervillains; in keeping with the zero tolerance rule for body fat, Demi Moore is quite repulsive as the ex-Angel vigilante, while Justin Theroux makes a stylishly psychotic ex-boyfriend in a rip-off of Robert De Niro in Cape Fear. Director McG doesn't hide his music video skills while pumping up the soundtrack at every opportunity for a showy, explosion-filled trifle that at least has the decency to know it's a trifle, as parodied by Matthew LeBlanc's action movie premiere of "Maximum Extreme II." Upping her salary to a Julia Roberts level, the well-worn comic persona of Cameron Diaz manages a few good moments, despite her horribly thin and unrealistic body. Other than the loathsome subplot involving John Cleese and the unfortunate addition of Bernie Mac, this sequel improves upon its predecessor as an outlet for girlishly giddy delusions of grandeur.
Boston Globe
The movie's glee is contagious. Wesley Morris

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Cameron Diaz Natalie
Drew Barrymore Dylan
Lucy Liu Alex
John Forsythe Charlie
Bernie Mac Jimmy Bosley
Demi Moore Madison Lee
Luke Wilson Pete
Crispin Glover Thin Man
Justin Theroux Seamus
Robert Patrick Ray Carter
Rodrigo Santoro Randy Emmers
Shia LaBeouf Max
Matt LeBlanc Jason Gibbons
John Cleese Mr. Munday
Ja'net DuBois Momma Bosley
Robert Forster Roger Wixon
Eric Bogosian Alan Caulfield
Carrie Fisher Mother Superior
Jaclyn Smith Actor
Tommy Flanagan Actor
Ashley Olsen Actor
Mary-Kate Olsen Actor
Pink Actor
Bruce Willis William Rose Bailey
Carmit Bachar Treasure Chest Dancer
Jonas Barnes Irish Henchman
Cyia Batten Treasure Chest Dancer
Big Boy Bosley's Cousin
Russell Bobbitt Madison's Minion
Travis Bobbitt Surfer
Kasey Campbell Treasure Chest Dancer
Ricky Carmichael Himself
Yuen Cheung-Yan Deranged Mongol
John Chow Eager Mongol
Bruce Comtois Large Mongol
Mark Cotone Prison Guard
Daxing Zhang Demented Mongol
Nadine Ellis Treasure Chest Dancer
Eve Herself
Wayne Federman Bathroom Guy
Hannah Feldner-Shaw Treasure Chest Dancer
Staci Flood Treasure Chest Dancer
Jennifer Gimenez Nun
Chris Gosselaar Himself
Anthony Griffith Bosley Cousin
Michael Guarnera Antonioni Crime Boss
Cliff Happy Fleeing Suspect
Carey Hart Himself
Kate Hendrickson Nun
Shawn Huang Bus Stop Kid
Steve Hytner Bathroom Guy
Josh Janowicz Hot Priest
Marc John Jefferies Bus Stop Kid
Alfred R. Kahn Madison's Minion
Bela Karolyi Himself
Khin-Kyaw Maung Crooked-Tooth
Mushond Lee FBI Agent
Shanti Lowry Treasure Chest Dancer
Luke Massy Irish Henchman
Jeremy McGrath Himself
Joshua Miller Chess Kid
Leo Moctezuma Reunion Dancer
Guy Oseary Restaurant Patron
Gabriel Paige Reunion Dancer
Chris Pontius Irish Henchman
Tanoai Reed Wrestler
Ed Robertson Sheriff
Zack Shada Thin Boy
Robert J. Stephenson Crazed Fan
Charles Townsend Madison's Minion
Andrew Wilson Cop
Hayley Zelniker Treasure Chest Dancer
Tom Saviano Conductor

Technical Credits
McG Director
John August Original Story,Screenwriter
Justine Baddeley Casting
Cheryl Beasley Blackwell Costumes/Costume Designer
Willie D. Burton Sound/Sound Designer
Russell Carpenter Cinematographer
Mark Cotone Asst. Director
Patrick Crowley Executive Producer
Kimberly Davis-Wagner Casting
Drew Barrymore Producer
Lauri Gaffin Set Decoration/Design
Amanda Goldberg Associate Producer
Leonard J. Goldberg Producer
John Houlihan Musical Direction/Supervision
Nancy Juvonen Producer
Richard Mays Art Director
Greg Richman Art Director
J. Michael Riva Production Designer
Stephanie Savage Associate Producer
Tom Saviano Musical Arrangement
Edward Shearmur Score Composer
Betty Thomas Executive Producer
Jenno Topping Executive Producer
Wayne Wahrman Editor
Cormac Wibberley Screenwriter
Marianne Wibberley Screenwriter


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Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
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librachic More than 1 year ago
I love this movie!it is a hilarious action packed thrill ride bursting with girl power and fun.A must watch!
Guest More than 1 year ago
These women work great together. The movie is action packed and also funny. I would recommend this to everyone!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
'Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle' is a great film to watch for having light-hearted laughs, and also, the actions sequences are filmed well. Cameron Diaz and Drew Barrymore are exquisite actresses and fun to watch. The best part, in my opinion of the film, were the parodies of 'Cape Fear' with the character O'Grady. HAHA!! :) That was too funny!! And they also parodied 'Taxi Driver' with O'Grady. Funny! :) I also enjoyed Bernie Mac, who delivered a particularly great performance. Although it is a comedy, there are moments of real suspense in here that make it more interesting. A good film, and I'd recommend it for those who enjoy a light-hearted, action-packed comedy with numerous parodies.
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Charlies Angels Full Throttle is a good movie for people who like action or comedy. I recommend this movie.
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