|Release Date||:||11/29/2019 (GB)|
|Time||:||01 Hours 58 Minutes|
When a systems engineer blows the whistle on a dangerous technology, Charlie's Angels from across the globe are called into action, putting their lives on the line to protect society.
written by SWITCH. on 14 November 2019
2019s ‘Charlie's Angels' is a fun watch with a great cast, especially a scene-stealing Kristen Stewart (she has a dance number and I need her in a ‘Step Up' movie ASAP). I really hope this does well, as there is huge potential for sequels exploring all these new Angels. If you like pure joy, I highly recommend checking it out on the big screen. - Chris dos Santos Read Chris' full article... https://www.maketheswitch.com.au/article/review-charlies-angels-a-new-generation-of-angels-another-barrel-of-fun
written by tmdb40011370 on 21 November 2019
A pointless reboot for the Woke generation. I wouldn't mind quite so much if the director focused more on a believable storyline than a Twitter-pleasing one instead. Banal to the extreme, a complete waste of time and money: these contemporary iP reboots simply are not working, especially when the political dogma is more or less forced down one's throats for the sake of a good story,
written by mata7 on 2 March 2020
what a junk, is all i can say
written by Gimly on 7 June 2020
I really did want to like it. So many of these girl-power-team-up action films that we've gotten in the past decade feel so hollow. Don't get me wrong, I know there is a huge sect of assholes that were absolutely unwilling to ever give this movie a chance, and had pre-ordained that it would be terrible and they hate it before a single frame was shot, and that almost every single dude in that sect made that decision specifically because of the fact that it's a movie with women in the forefront, and it is good and right to target those dudes with your derision. But having actually watched it..... read the rest.
written by moviejunkie76 on 16 June 2021
I have seen worse. I have seen better. Charlie's Angles was always a part of jiggle tv which made it sadly a labeled brand no matter what direction you approach it from. However I refuse to engage in a pointless debate of judging Elizabeth Banks Girl Power version vs. Mc Q's non stop pop culture sample a thon. Both seem to me a mirror image of lucridity that belongs to their respective eras. My opinion should be given greater weight on this matter because I found a way to use the word Lucridity.