Charlie's Angels 
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DVD Special Features:
"Welcome to Angel World" Featurette
"Angelic Attire" Featurette
"Getting G'd Up" (Director McG) Featurette
"The Master and the Angels" (martial arts/stunts) Featurette
"Angelic Effects" (Special FX) Featurette
"Wired Angels" - Chinese Alley Scene Deconstruction
3 Deleted/Extended Scenes with intro from McG outtakes
Destiny's Child/Apollo 440 Music Videos
Feature Length Commentary
Dolby Digital 5.1
Languages: English, Hungarian
Subtitles: English, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Icelandic, Hindi, Hebrew, Dutch, Bulgarian, Turkish, Danish, Swedish, Finnish, Greek, Norwegian, Arabic
Happily Charlie's Angels is a surprisingly successful TV-into-movie update of the seminal 1970s jiggle show. Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore (who also produced) and Lucy Liu star as the hair-tossing, fashion-setting, kung-fu fighting trio employed by the mysterious Charlie (voiced by the original Charlie, John Forsythe). When a high-tech programmer (Sam Rockwell) is kidnapped, the angels seek out the suspects, with the daffy Bosley (Bill Murray in a casting coup) in tow. A happy, cornball popcorn flick, Charlie's Angels is played for laughs with plenty of ribbing references to the old TV show as well as modern caper films like Mission: Impossible. McG, a music video director making his feature film debut (usually a death warrant for a movie's integrity), infuses the film with plenty of Matrix-style combat pyrotechnics, and the result is the first successful all-American Hong Kong-style action flick. Plenty of movies boast a New Age feminism that has their stars touting their sexuality while being their own women, but unlike something as obnoxious as Coyote Ugly, Angels succeeds with a positive spin on Girl Power for the new millennium (Diaz especially sizzles in her role of crack super agent/airhead blonde). From the send-up of the TV show's credit sequence to the outtakes over the end credits, Charlie's Angels is a delight. --Doug Thomas, Amazon.comSee all Product description
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This entire film screams typical 90’s cheese, but that’s Okay!
These were never meant to be taken as serious crime fighting films.
These are fun, entertaining comedies with a lil crime fighting thrown in.
The “cgi” effects haven’t aged well but never mind.