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Charlie's Angels


Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu, Drew Barrymore, Bill Murray View All


McG (Director), John August (Screenplay), Ed Solomon (Screenplay), Ryan Rowe (Screenplay) View All

Released: Oct. 21st, 2000
Runtime: 1 hour, 38 minutes
Aspects of this take on the 1970s hit TV series are similar to the original show :Angels Dylan, Natalie and Alex still work for Charlie and interface with Bosley. They still flip their hair, stop traffic with a smile and kick butt. The differences are the unsubtle humor, the martial arts training and the high-tech premise: This time, they're hot on the trail of stolen software.
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Film trivia The Angels themselves could have taken on a much different look, with seemingly every actress in Hollywood linked with the film at one point.
The entire concept of Charlie's Angels may have been so campy even in 2000 that they more or less had to give the remake a more pronounced comedic edge, but they still went ahead and proceeded to make the film a fairly straightforward action film with the overtly comic elements seeming like they were grafted onto an already-finished product at times.