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Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle is an action/comedy film, the second of the Charlie's Angels cinematic releases. The movie was Directed by McG, and starred Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, Lucy Liu (as the three "angels" Natalie, Dylan and Alex, respectively), with Bernie Mac (as Bosley) and Demi Moore. John Forsythe returned as the voice of Charlie, and Crispin Glover reprised his "Thin Man" role from the first movie.

The sequel, although superior in both stuntwork and effects, was largeley panned by fans of the original because they felt that the angels' seeming ability to know and do anything had been stretched a tad too thin. (For example, one of the angels uses a blacklight to discover a footprint which she then attributes to a special limited edition type of sneaker issued only to people in a certain profession.)

Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle opened in the United States on 27 June 2003, and was number one at the box office for the weekend but didn't make as much money as the studio had hoped.


Warning: Wikipedia contains spoilers

In this film the angels are hired to locate a set of stolen titanium rings that when put together in a special machine will display a list of all individuals in the witness protection program. It is revealed that angel Dylan was once named Helen Zass (making her the "butt" of many jokes) and is in the program herself. Furthermore it appears that whoever has stolen the rings is attempting to sell them to the highest bidder amongst the various mafia groups in the world. It is eventually revealed that former angel Madison Lee (Demi Moore) is the perpetrator of the crimes.

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