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Charlie's Angels

2000 film by McG

Charlie's Angels

Released 22 October 2000 (22 years, 8 months ago)

Director McG
Duration 98 minutes
Genre action film, female buddy film, comedy film and martial arts film
Composer Edward Shearmur
Production company Flower Films
Country of origin United States of America
Screenwriter Ed Solomon and John August
Producer Drew Barrymore, Leonard Goldberg and Nancy Juvonen

About Charlie's Angels

Charlie's Angels burst onto the big screen in 2000, bringing with it a fresh and fun take on the classic TV series. Directed by McG and starring Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, and Lucy Liu as the titular Angels, the film was a box office hit and a cultural phenomenon.

The plot follows the Angels as they work for the mysterious Charlie, taking on dangerous missions and fighting bad guys with their unique blend of beauty, brains, and badassery. Along the way, they encounter a host of memorable characters, including the villainous Thin Man (Crispin Glover) and the bumbling Bosley (Bill Murray).

What sets Charlie's Angels apart from other action movies of its time is its unabashed embrace of girl power. The Angels are smart, capable, and unapologetically sexy, and the film celebrates their strength and independence. It's a refreshing change from the male-dominated action genre, and it's no wonder that the film resonated with audiences.

Of course, it doesn't hurt that the movie is also a blast to watch. The action sequences are thrilling, the humor is sharp, and the soundtrack is full of catchy pop songs. Diaz, Barrymore, and Liu have great chemistry as the Angels, and they clearly had a blast making the movie.

All in all, Charlie's Angels is a fun and feminist action movie that still holds up today. It spawned a sequel, a TV series reboot, and a new movie adaptation, but the original remains a classic. As Charlie himself might say, it's "good work, Angels."


- "Charlie's Angels (2000)" on IMDb

- "Charlie's Angels: How the 2000 Film Became a Feminist Action Classic" on Collider

- "Charlie's Angels: How the 2000 Movie Became a Pop Culture Phenomenon" on E! News

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