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Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (Widescreen Unrated Special Edition) (Bilingual)

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  • Actors: Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, Lucy Liu, Bernie Mac, Crispin Glover
  • Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, DVD-Video, Special Edition, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English, French, Korean
  • Dubbed: French
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Canadian Home Video Rating : Parental Guidance (PG)
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Oct. 21 2003
  • Run Time: 106 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (287 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005JLYW
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #52,369 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Product Description

Barrymore/Diaz/Liu/Mac/Theroux ~ Charlie's Angels-Full Throttle

Special Features

Outstanding picture and sound plus tons of features make Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle a fully loaded DVD. Don't expect more T&A in the unrated edition, however. The only difference is glimpses of more intense violence in a few of the fight scenes. For example, in the theatrical version you'll see an angel flying through the air, but in the unrated version you'll then see her lying expressionless on the ground. Also, blood flies out of Drew Barrymore's mouth in one scene. On his commentary track, director McG discusses inside jokes, visual effects, and shots that didn't quite work for him. Like a TV sportscaster, he uses a telestrator, but only to occasionally circle items of interest or draw arrows. There's also an amusing commentary track by the three writers, who chuckle over inside jokes and discuss how the film was changed from the original script. They preface their comments with: "I guess they asked us to do this just to prove that writers worked on this movie." "Who are we kidding? Who's listening to this right now?"

If you want still more info, there's a trivia track with pop-up factoids with occasional links to more featurettes, a jukebox that offers clips of 11 songs and explanations of why they were picked, a cameo-graphy that offers clips of 13 personalities and why we should know them, and eight 4- to 18-minute featurettes exploring such topics as stunts, vehicles, costumes, and the Pussycat Dolls dance troupe. And in the next evolution of product placement, the DVD-ROM "Shop the Scene" feature allows you to search for a character's outfit or gadget then buy it online. --David Horiuchi

Customer Reviews

3.2 out of 5 stars

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By Meerkat on July 18 2004
Format: DVD
Mere words cannot describe just how awful this movie is. While I was certainly not expecting Shakespeare in the Park, I did expect something resembling a storyline and dialogue that sounded like it was coming from people with more than two brain cells to rub together. I'm sure the audience is supposed to just ignore the Matrix-wannabe fight scenes, but this just went too far out. I'm all for the "girl power" idea that Drew Barrymore thinks she is portraying in this movie, but back flips and martial arts moves in four inch stilletos? Puh-leeze! The only bright spots of this mish-mash of a movie are Bernie Mac and Demi Moore - who unlike the present angels, looks like someone who actually could kick some a## (trust me, the present angels are so ditzy and insipid, you are praying that Demi Moore will succeed in killing them). But even the only two characters that don't make you want to retch look embarrassed at some of the dialogue they are forced to speak in this ridiculous movie. The first movie was silly, but had a few fun moments... this one is just plain bad unless you're a fourteen year old boy in search of a T&A fest.
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Not a bad film. Very cheesy in places, tons of extremely bad puns, even more bad one-liners. Out of this world martial arts (IOW, stuff no one on this planet could possibly do), fantastic fight scenes, comic book realism. Lots of nice shots of Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu - unfortunately, plenty of shots of Drew Barrymore (this girl just ain't hot to me). Demi Moore plays an excellent Bad Angel, and looks the part very well (yum). Bernie Mac replaces Bill Murray as the character of Bosley. There's even a cameo from Jaclyn Smith as her character from the TV series.
Let's dig into the meat of it all. We all know (at least we do now), that I care little for Drew Barrymore. So let's toss that off to the side. Cameron and Lucy are hot, hot, hot. Excellent outfits, they look fantastic - and we get Cameron's smile all throughout the film, a major plus in my book. Demi Moore does an excellent job with her character, although we don't see much of the character throughout the movie - a true shame, but her character had a lot of flair to it. Bernie Mac. Could they have picked a worse follow-on character for Bill Murray's Bosley?? Hardly. Bernie's character is boring, not funny, and totally miscast. We get a return of the "Thin Man" character from the first film, but again, it is botched in trying to explain his origins.
The fight scenes are simply incredible. And I mean that in a fantastical sense - one where reality becomes comic-bookish. Once you get past that idea, and settle on the comic-book flavor of the movie - the fight scenes become a lot of fun to watch. Lucy's kicks are just incredible to watch, and once again the outfits are great. Unfortunately, one cannot say that about the plot. Poorly written - cheesy, campy, tons of plot holes to drive the VIII Corps through....but its fun.
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By Vagabond77 on July 7 2004
Format: DVD
"Charlie's Angels: Full Throatal" is the sequal to the suprise hit "Charlie's Angels". We find the girls (Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, and Lucy Lui) going after a former Angel (Demi Moore) who has a Federal Witness Protection list of people in hiding, trying to sell the list to the mob. The acting is pretty bad, the special effects all look like they are done on a blue screen, and the plot is pretty absurd. But dispite all these short comings, it still isn't all that bad. The cameos are pretty fun; we have Bruce Willis, Pink, John Cleese, Carrie Fisher, the Olson Twins, and even former Angel Jaclyn Smith shows up to deliever a pep talk. "Charlie's Angels" the TV show was never taken very seriously, except by the show itself, and that is where I thought it failed. The movie do not take itself seriously at all. The film is a parady of many movies, like "Terminator" 1 and 2, "Raiders of the Lost Ark", "Pink Panther", "Chicago", "CSI", "Flashdance", "10", "Spiderman", "The Matrix", and "Cape Fear"; and those are the ones I know about. It is a mindless, fun way to kill about an hour and a half. So, go ahead and treat your self to this little guilty pleasure.
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I do think this movie is bad, but not just because of its minimal plot and shameless fanservice. A dumb movie can be good, if it knows its crowd and doesn't take it itself too seriously, but this movie has an element of extreme _strangeness_ which makes it impossible to enjoy. The pacing and the dialogue are all wrong. It doesn't seem to know what effect it wants to have, and jokes are delivered in a bizzare deadpan fashion which forbids laughter. Also it clips along at a fairly breakneak speed, giving no pause for laughter; one joke (which isn't really funny anyway) is piled on top of another, as though to compensate for quality with volume. Then there's the plot, which tries too hard to actually exist and keeps distracting from the action. Information is always being introduced by way of some clumsy exposition, in a way that makes you feel you should be paying attention, even though you know the plot doesn't matter. Then there's the tone. That indecision is really what characterizes Full Throttle. You don't know what you're supposed to take seriously. It just can't strike the right balance between comedy and drama. There are moments near the end which are really grotesque or depressing, and they just take all of the force out of the jokes, but then the jokes make it impossible to take the drama seriously.
Still, the overall production is impressive, and it does have a few nice moments (the menacing Irish gangster, about as out-of-place in this movie as a classy villain like Hannibal Lechter would be), and John Cleese as Lucy Liu's father in a typically good performance. It might just be worth seeing, if only to see the unique way in which they managed to botch it.
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