Charlie's Angels

critic Reviews

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  • 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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    Clarisse LoughreyIndependent (UK)
    [Charlie's Angels] tries earnestly to bring these ladies into the 21st century. And it might have worked, if the film didn't so consistently pull its punches.
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    Eulàlia IglesiasFotogramas
    The director limits herself to visit the common places of this type of movie. [Full review in Spanish]
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    Hilary A WhiteSunday Independent (Ireland)
    While overpoweringly cheesy and downright rickety in places, the fluff being served is harmless and forgettable.
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    Diego BatlleOtroscines.com
    Banks bets on a fight against the old Hollywood way, but wields the wrong weapons. [Full Review in Spanish]
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    Mark KermodeKermode & Mayo's Film Review
    I really, really enjoyed it.
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    Gaspar ZimermanClarín
    Its primary goals are supposed to be fun and be entertaining. But it does not meet either of them. [Full review in Spanish]
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    Graham FullerThe Arts Desk
    [A] pleasurably larky action rollercoaster that makes the most of its lowballed feminism.
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    Brooke DaughertyPop Culture Leftovers
    Did we need another Charlie's Angels? No. Did Elizabeth Banks write and direct a fun film with lots of action with some twists? Yes. Should you see it in the theater? Yes!
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    María Fernanda MugicaLa Nación (Argentina)
    Each scene shouts to the viewer not to worry, that the game of putting three beautiful women with different looks fighting against evil men is empowerment and not a surrender to the rules of Hollywood. [Full review in Spanish]
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    Paula Vázquez PrietoLa Nación (Argentina)
    The film is indebted to the demands of new female narratives and, at the same time, true to that carefree spirit from the original. [Full review in Spanish]
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