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Charlie's Angels 2: Full Throttle




Gene the Barber

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Gordie the Barber




Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle puts you on a spinning merry go round ride that never stops.

It's loaded with about everything you can think of, like lush vogue outfits to wild leather, fast cars, and bone-breaking martial arts. The action never stops any longer than it takes to crack a one-liner; there's something for everyone.

No harping about the script, the angels are not serious and are just having fun with this one.

One thing is for sure; they're all in great shape, no butts about it.

What's the guilty movie pleasure of this summer? Well, its got chicks kickin' ass, and it's camp to the max, as Charlie's Angels bring it back Full Throttle.

With enough girl-empowered eye candy to satisfy both sexes: from its slo/mo jiggle sequences to the Diaz Bootie Boogie, these real-life Powerpuff girls are bigger and badder than ever.

Plot? What plot? This is a mindless chick flick for men. So just lean back and count the cameos.

Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle is about three female detectives who have fun dressing up and getting in fights.

The first movie was a fresh and sassy production idea based on a silly 70s TV show. It worked once, but I got the feeling the only reason the second film exists is because the first one made so much money.

I think this picture is designed to appeal to audiences who constantly need something new and loud every few seconds to capture their attention.

It's like a very long, expensive music video that is an advertisement for its own soundtrack.

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