Charlie, the ephemeral boss of Natalie, Alex and Dylan, orders the girls to retrieve the rings for the government and solve the murder of one witness who was murdered after both rings were stolen. As they pursue the rings, the girls have to protect another witness, who turns out to be a teenage boy, and fight off a gang of tough Irish criminals. In the midst of all this, they run into a former angel, Madison, played by Demi Moore, and discover a secret about Dylan, whose real name is Helen Zaas. This is particularly perplexing because the movie wastes few moments trying to promote the sensuality of Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu, and Ms. Moore in skimpy or tight clothing. Some of the action scenes are so over-the-top that the movie quickly loses credibility, and never regains it, as if the filmmakers were trying to remake some of the worst low-budget Chinese action movies, but with a Hollywood budget rivaling the James Bond movies. For instance, there are supposedly humorous references to oral sex, lesbianism, pubic hair, prostitution, and sadomasochism. The references are so crude, campy, off the wall, and prevalent, that they constantly interrupt what little semblance of story and character development that occurs. Furthermore, the movie is filled with stupid cameos from minor celebrities. Actually, of course, all the actors and filmmakers involved with this movie are prostitutes, working for a pimp named Hollywood.
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She does such a good job. She's so effervescent. In his enthusiasm, McG tends to focus on such moments, loving his performers and his own filmmaking decisions, such as the first, seemingly uncut shot that introduces all three Angels: "It's sort of an ode to my hero, Martin Scorsese," McG says. It's hard to deny his excitement, though the film is, ultimately, less coherent than he describes it. Columbia's DVD release which comes in rated and unrated forms allows another chance to thrill to the antics of Nat Diaz , Dylan Drew Barrymore , and Alex Lucy Liu , and to pick apart the plot's illegible aspects. August notes, cutely, "I guess they asked us to do this just to prove that writers worked on this.
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Ratings Info Contains moderate violence, sex references and language. Director s McG. There are scenes of moderate violence which include punches, kicks, blows with weapons, shootings and stabbings. The violence contains no strong detail and results in only minimal bloody injury.
As studios clamber to launch the first female superhero movie franchise , how quickly we forget that we had — and spurned — two movies featuring athletic, intelligent, near-superhuman female leads who kicked ass without letting it define their womanhood. Playful, nauseatingly colourful and indisputably terrible, the Charlie's Angels movies were made at the wrong time, in an era when action was supposed to be dark and moody, not light and fluffy. A decade or so later, and today's schlong-centric superhero output makes Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle look like a feminist masterpiece. It may pass the Bechdel test with ease but it's difficult to argue that Full Throttle subverts the male gaze when director McG can't peel his lens off Cameron Diaz's butt.