Aka: Charlies Angels Full Throttle
The Angels--Natalie, Dylan, and Alex are back again but this time they're preparing for a strike without even warning as they go undercover to retrieve two missing silver bands. These are no ordinary rings. They contain valuable encrypted information that reveal the new identities of every person in the Federal Witness Protection Program. When witnesses start turning up dead, only the Angels, using their expertise as masters of disguise, espionage and martial arts can stop the perpetrator, a mysterious "fallen" Angel. Aided by their trusty colleague, Jimmy Bosley, the Angels' adventure begins at a remote Mongolia...
n outpost and ends only after Dylan is forced to face a dark secret from her past--a secret that puts the lives of her two best friends in danger.
Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle reunites Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz, and Lucy Liu as they once again wage battle against some formidable opponents. This time around the three angels are on a mission to track down two stolen rings that contain encrypted information relating to the Witness Protection Program. Naturally the girls kick some serious butt, often facing some familiar villains in the shape of a returning Crispin Glover (as the Thin Man) and Justin Theroux (as Seamus O'Grady), a former beau of Barrymore's character. To further spice things up, there is an ex-angel, played by a shapely Demi Moore, who is...
rather keen on getting her hands on the rings, all adding up to lots of thrills and spills for the girls.
Director McG returns from the original movie, this time upping the action ante with a series of spectacular stunts and CGI-assisted tricks. Employing a neverending array of celebrity cameo appearances, McG builds on the momentum of the previous movie and neatly balances the combination of comedy set pieces and action sequences. Cast and crew keep their tongues planted firmly in their cheeks throughout, leading to a not-too-serious romp that is a feast for the eyes.
The three most glamorous and butt-kicking private detectives in the business are back and ready to take on bad guys in this sequel to the 2000 blockbuster screen adaptation of the once-popular television series. Dylan (Drew Barrymore), Natalie (Cameron Diaz), and Alex (Lucy Liu) are once again summoned to the office of their boss Charlie (voice of John Forsythe), where they're introduced to his new right-hand man Jimmy Bosley (Bernie Mac) and given their latest assignment. It seems a pair of rings have gone missing and need to be recovered, but this was no ordinary jewel heist -- the rings have been coded with sp...
ecial information that can be used to access a list of every person in the FBI's Witness Protection Program, and when a handful of protected informants are murdered, the Angels are brought in to help crack the case. As the women search for the culprits, they encounter Madison Lee (Demi Moore), one of Charlie's former agents who decided that the wrong side of the law pays better, and Seamus (Justin Theroux), who once dated Dylan and wants revenge for her decision to turn him over to the police. Luke Wilson and Matt LeBlanc return as (respectively) Natalie and Alex's love interests, as does Crispin Glover as the Thin Man; John Cleese, Robert Forster, and Eric Bogosian also appear in supporting roles.
Natalie, Alex en Dylan moeten twee gemiste ringen terughalen, die belangrijke informatie bevatten over de nieuwe identiteit van FBI-mensen. Daarbij worden de Angels gevolgd door een gevallen engel, Madison. Wanneer 5 mensen dood worden gevonden, kunnen alleen de Angels de zaak nog redden.
Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle News Articles
It's been nearly a decade since we've seen Matt LeBlanc in a feature film. His last credited role was Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle . Since then, Friends has wrapped up, his spin-off series Joey premiered and fizzled after two seasons, his hair has taken on a very becoming sort of Clooney-look, and he's made a fairly major comeback on the small screen with a starring character in Showtime's Episodes , a series that earned him the Golden Globe win Friends and Joey never did, despite him being nominated for both. The timing seems right for another attempt at feature film. Variety is reporting that LeBlanc is set to star in the indie comedy Lovesick. Written by King of the Hill 's Dean Young, the film will mark the directorial debut of Luke Matheny . It follows Charlie Darby (Leblanc), a man who can't find love because the emotion actually makes him clinically insane.
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