|Columbia Pictures | Release Date: November 3, 2000||CRITIC SCORE DISTRIBUTION|
So phenomenal that Bill Murray can't even steal it. And he tries. So excellent that Murray's MTV progeny Tom Green can't sink it.
These kickass Barbies bring heart to a machine tooled genre.
A babe-athon, pure and simple.
The film's tongue is so firmly in cheek that, without being a spoof like "Dragnet" or "The Brady Bunch Movie," it has more in common with the "Austin Powers" films.
Irresistible, campy fun.
A big, loud, sometimes clever, often dumb behemoth of a movie.
The most charming bad movie ever spun off a hit TV show.
The movie's still thinner than a supermodel's waist. It's not just that the results are less than heavenly; it's that we don't know what the hell they are.
What's on screen is a hash, though it may very well be the most comprehensive catalog of male erotic fantasies in one single film.
The best you can say for this version of Charlie's Angels is that it retains a sort of chipper, eerie good nature as it wastes the studio's money and our time.
It's hard to believe how bad this movie is.
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