Thursday, February 27, 2020

Review of "Charlie’s Angels," DVD version

Review of

Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, DVD version

Two out of five stars

 This movie features some of the most outrageous “stunts” that completely violate the laws of physics. This becomes clear in an early scene when the three angels dive off a dam, beside a helicopter. Before the machine hits the ground, they manage to board it, start it up, get the rotors to speed and then fly away. The tallest dam in the world is 1,000 feet high and the time it takes to fall that distance is ten seconds.

 There are also many attempts at humor, these are also poorly done. The fight scenes involve jumping and twisting actions that not even Simone Biles could perform. There is also a scene where a man seems to be impervious to fire. The dialog was weak and often predictable. While I enjoyed once again hearing the voice of John Forsyth as “Charlie,” this movie was boring throughout.

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