Three women, detectives with a mysterious boss, retrieve stolen voice-ID software, using martial arts, tech skills, and sex appeal.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Cameron Diaz ... Natalie
Drew Barrymore ... Dylan
Lucy Liu ... Alex
Bill Murray ... Bosley
Sam Rockwell ... Eric Knox
Kelly Lynch ... Vivian Wood
Tim Curry ... Roger Corwin
Crispin Glover ... Thin Man
Matt LeBlanc ... Jason
LL Cool J ... Mr. Jones
Tom Green ... Chad
Luke Wilson ... Pete
Sean Whalen ... Pasqual
Tim Dunaway Tim Dunaway ... Flight Attendant
Alex Trebek ... Alex Trebek
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The captivating crime-fighting trio who are the masters of disguise, espionage, and martial arts. When a devious mastermind embroils them in a plot to destroy individual privacy, the Angels, aided by their loyal sidekick Bosley (Bill Murray), set out to bring down the bad guys. But when a terrible secret is revealed, it makes the Angels targets for assassination. Written by Anthony Pereyra {hypersonic91@yahoo.com}

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Rated PG-13 for action violence, innuendo and some sensuality/nudity | See all certifications »

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Drew Barrymore's then-boyfriend Tom Green was diagnosed with testicular cancer during filming. She spent most evenings after shooting at the hospital with him. See more »

Goofs

When they are driving in the Ferrari 360, if you look at the lanes, they are driving on the correct and oncoming lanes. See more »

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[first lines]
Flight Attendant: I said, "Look, lady, it's not the seats that have gotten smaller, it's your ass that has gotten bigger."
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Crazy Credits

In the beginning of the film, there is a cute transition between the Columbia Tristar logo and the film - The camera zooms into the clouds in the corner of the logo, to show a plane flying through these clouds. See more »

Alternate Versions

The DVD contains 3 deleted scenes not used in the final theatrical cut of the film. Bits of these scenes can be seen in the "outtakes" reel shown during the end credits.
  • A scene during Corwin's party where Corwin challenged Bosley to a game of Marco Polo in his pool. When Corwin loses, he challenges Bosely to sumo wrestling.
  • A scene in Redstar Headquarters where Dylan (Drew Barrymore) and Natalie (Cameron Diaz) have their break-in interrupted when Corwin walks by. They run into the men's room.
  • An extended version of Dylan and Eric Knox (Sam Rockwell) fooling around in his kitchen during the "Shake N Bake" sequence. In this version we see Dylan actually leaving the house. It is assumed she spends the night there in the final cut.
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Features Final Fantasy VIII (1999) See more »

Soundtracks

Skullsplitter
Written by Brent Daniels and Daniel Lenz
Performed by Hednoize
Courtesy of Wax Trax! Records/TVT Records
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Mindless fun that delivers.
5 November 2000 | by NiceguySee all my reviews

Yet another old television show has been updated for the big screen. The new Charlie's Angels movie is cheesy and comical, and it means to be. What we have here is a mindless but fun outing that will have women cheering and guys laughing. Diaz, Liu and Barrymore portray the extraordinarily skilled team of crime-fighters who seem able to do everything except lead a normal life. Bill Murray plays Bosley, their supervisor, and John Forsythe reprises his role as the voice of the team's boss Charlie. Their latest seemingly routine call involves rescuing and protecting a computer genius whose technology is about to fall into the wrong hands. Of course things wind up to be more complicated than expected, and the Angels must use their "talents" to save the day. They quickly cross paths with a creepy individual played by Crispin Glover, who some of you my remember as the nerdy George McFly from Back To The Future. He's changed his look a bit since then, and ends up being one of the coolest big screen villains since Darth Maul in Star Wars: Episode One, which he was surely patterned after. This film is fun, albeit silly fun, and will entertain you on many levels. First time director McG, pronounced Mick-G, borrows shots and styles from many recent films. The most obvious similarities come from The Matrix, allowing our heroes and villains to defy the laws of physics on numerous occasions. All of the fight scenes are spectacular and nicely choreographed, with the exception of one involving Drew Barrymore towards the end. You would think with all of the fancy wirework and effects capability that they could at least give the illusion of Drew's kicks connecting with the bad guys. Bill Murray adds some nice extra comedy to an already funny film. Don't expect any Academy Award nominations, but definitely expect a sequel. Mind-numbing entertainment can be great if you're in the right mood.


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Release Date:

3 November 2000 (USA) See more »

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Charlie's Angels: The Movie See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$93,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$40,128,550, 5 November 2000

Gross USA:

$125,305,545

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$264,105,545
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