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

3.2 out of 5 stars 287 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • 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, Import
  • 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 287 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00005JLYW
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Product Description

The "Angels", three investigative agents (Barrymore, Diaz and Liu) who work for the Charles Townsend Detective Agency, return for another high-octane series of adventures as they investigate the theft of a database of witness protection profiles, after five of the people on the list are murdered. They're aided by a new Bosley (Bernie Mac), in an adventure which pits them against a "fallen angel" (Moore), their old nemesis, the Thin Man (Glover), and others.

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

Top Customer Reviews

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I have had the priviledge of watching the worst film ever. It was Plan 9 from Outer Space, by Ed Wood. It was brilliant. Ed Wood took no money, no talent, no acting ability, no coherance and no plot and turned it into the most entertaining movie I have ever seen.
Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, meanwhile, took millions of dollars, reasonable (I'll go no further) talent and acting ability, and no coherence or plot, and churned out the worst pile of crap I have ever had the misfortune to be in the same room as.
From the moment the film opens, you know your braincells are doomed. The idiocy-rays beaming from the screen penetrate through your eyes and you suffer the anguished screams of your braincells dying as all logic is stripped away.
And despite what anyone else says, I was resolutely unattracted to the Angels; I find it impossible to like someone whose idea of a snappy line is 'Just once I'd like to leave a bar by the door.' Throughout the movie you can hear the original Angels spinning in their graves. And if they're not dead, this movie will kill them off.
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1) If you could enjoy the first movie you should be able to enjoy this one. It was the same comedy/action found in the first but with a bit more sensuality.
2) Speaking about sensuality, it did get tiring after a while seeing all the butt and cleavage shots. It is like McG had to add a little something more than the first movie and he opted for more sex instead of better story. Too bad, which is why I knocked this rating down.
3) He did try to get a bit more characterization going by introducing a past to Barrymore's character and Lui's character. Cameron's character doesn't have so much as a past as an attempt to develop her continuing relationship with Wilson. Overall, I like the attempt made at deepening the characters. Whether the attempt was successful or not is a matter of opinion.
4) Demi Moore, was great! Her raspy voice and great 40+yr old chisled body didn't seem at all out of place in a movie dominated by 20 year old women. Hats off to Demi.
OVERALL: I'm glad I rented it and didn't see it at the going movie theater rate. Will I own it? Probably not because my wife didn't like it at all and I thought it was only a tad better than GOOD, but far from GREAT. If they come out a with a third installment to the series I will definitely watch, but I won't be holding my breath for it. This is a take it or leave it flick.
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People don't you get it? You're being insulted by hollywood. They know that you will spend money just to see young actractive no-talent actresses in a softcore porn movie with no plot, story, brains, this film is completely void of everything, it's sole purpose was to cash in on the first piece of junk. Please people, aren't you tired of watching trendy trash. Why don't you guys stop seeing these films and see good films, like Dead Poet's Society or Citizen Kane. Movies that had acting, plot, and characters. Quite watching advertising movies that show off everything hollywood says you should have. These movies basically say "you're not cool unless you dress like this and go along with the latest trends." Think for yourself, and if trash like this is your thing, then I'm sorry. I just think the old "sex sells" thing is getting old, but then again this is america, do you what you want, live how you want and not how you should, we think with our private parts, we kill our babies and worship nudity. I'm "proud" to be an "american."
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This sequel, although entertaining, fell short of my expectations. The action scenes are exciting, but sometimes seem and look too ridiculous even for TV. The plot is very weak and it does seem as if the writers threw together a bunch of fight scenes, revealing outfits, and special effects. Drew, Cameron and Lucy are still a great team and their chemistry together shines on screen. Bernie Mac as Bosley was the worst choice ever. I like Bernie but he was not suited for this role. Bosley is always a bit bumbling but smart and he always finds a way to come through for the girls. In this film Bosley is a moron. They tried to make him funny but it's just bad. It even seems as though Cameron, Drew and Lucy have a hard time pretending to laugh at his jokes. Demi plays an ex- Angel bent on revenge. Her character isn't developed but we learn she always had a problem with teamwork. The best part of the movie is when Cameron and Demi are fighting and Cameron tells her she has one important thing Demi will never have. Friends! Then Drew and Lucy fly in and help her. Overall this was a good movie. It was fast paced action with fun women who men want and women want to be. If it weren't for how terrible the new Bosley was I would've loved this.
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Okay, first up... No this isn't gonna be a classic. No, this is definitely not a thinking man's (woman's) movie. But it's oh so entertaining.
Who cares if it's over the top? That's part of the fun, no?
- Yes, it's over the top, but in a fun way.
- The CSI parody is hilarious.
- It's got fast cars.
- It's well filmed.
- It's sort of retro styled, but in a modern way (?).
- It's got some good fight scenes.
- It's got some good bikini scenes.
- The Angels are HOT!
- That scene with the close up of Cameron Diaz's twirling behind has to be the single-most sexy picture in the history of movie-making.
- And Lucy Liu is of course a fox. Period.
Yeah, too bad Bill Murray's not in it, but then Bernie Mac does a good job.
This is a good "Friday night movie". You know? When you've been working all week and you're dog-tired and all you wanna do is crash on the couch with a cold one?
That's when you need to watch this movie. It'll perk you right up again.
So don't take yourself so seriously (that's how you get lines on your forehead!) and enjoy this piece of entertainment!
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