Charlie's Angels

critic Reviews

52% Rotten Tomatometer Score52%
  • Earnest and energetic, if a bit uneven, Elizabeth Banks's pulpy Charlie's Angels adds new flair to the franchise with fun performances from its three leads.
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    Rebecca LiuAnother Gaze
    There is no room for complexity, ambiguity, or thought: no space, in effect, for any interpretation that has not already been carefully spoon-fed to its audience.
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    Michael SnydelThe Spool
    [It's] rarely subversive, but is sincere and thoughtful even in its most pandering, commodified moments.
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    Carla HayMediaversity Reviews
    An underlying 'mean girls' streak contradicts the feminist ideals that Charlie's Angels tries to convey.
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    Pamela HutchinsonSight and Sound
    But this is a rare multiplex movie that rewards patience, with the action and the goofiness ramping up in the second hour.
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    Ryan SilbersteinCinema76
    Charlie's Angels is a total blast to watch, like the breeziest film possible from the Mission: Impossible mold with a great blend of comedy and action.
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    Julian Lytleidobi.com
    Charlie's Angels is a fun girl-powered action movie to start up a new run for the franchise with a whole new audience.
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    Sergio López AguirreCine Premiere
    The humor in the film, largely delivered by Kristen Stewart, seems very forced. [Full review in Spanish]
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    Quim CasasSensacine
    The three leads lack chemistry. [Full Review in Spanish]
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    John TonesEspinof
    'Charlie's Angels' lacks the energy of the previous ones to turn that schematic and pop feminism into something genuinely appealing. [Full review in Spanish]
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    Víctor López G.Espinof
    This version conveys a feeling so simplistic and obvious that it ends up gaining too much presence and devouring the few virtues that the production has. [Full review in Spanish]
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