Charlie’s Angels

Charlie’s Angels is a 2000 American action adventure comedy crime thriller directed by McG and produced by Drew Barrymore, Joseph Caraccioly, Amanda Goldberg, Leonard Goldberg, Nancy Juvonen, Aaron Spelling, Betty Thomas and Jenno Topping.  The screenplay was written by Ryan Rowe, Ed Solomon and John August and the film is based on the ’74’s TV Series of the same name which was written by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts.

Charlie's Angels Movie Poster | Cameron Diaz | Drew Barrymore | Lucy Liu | Bill Murray | Crispin Glover | John Forsythe | Sam Rockwell | Matt LeBlanc | Luke Wilson | Tim Curry | Kelly Lynch | Tom Green | Melissa McCarthy | LL Cool J | Sean Whalen | Alex Trebek | 1998
Charlie’s Angels Movie Poster

Rated:  PG-13 (movie contains action violence, innuendo and some sensuality/nudity)
Run Time:  1h 38min
Release Date:  November 3, 2000 (USA)
Genre:  Action, Adventure, Comedy, Thriller
Director:  McG
Studio:  Columbia Pictures

 

 

 

Charlie’s Angels stars Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu, Bill Murray, Crispin Glover, John Forsythe, Sam Rockwell, Matt LeBlanc, Luke Wilson, Tim Curry, Kelly Lynch, Tom Green, Melissa McCarthy, LL Cool J, Sean Whalen and Alex Trebek.

Charlie’s Angels is the story of

Movie Quotes

“Once upon a time there were three very different little girls who grew up to be three very different women with three things in common: They’re brilliant, they’re beautiful, and they work for me.  My name is Charlie.” – Charlie 
“Never send a man to do a woman’s job.” – Vivian Wood

“…And that’s kicking your ass!” – Dylan

“Another movie from an old TV show.” – Mr. Jones

Official Movie Trailer

Movie Stars

Drew Barrymore as Dylan Sanders

Cameron Diaz as Natalie Cook

Lucy Liu as Alex Munday

Bill Murray as John Bosley

Crispin Glover as Thin Man

John Forsythe as Charles Townsend

Sam Rockwell as Eric Knox

Matt LeBlanc as Jason Gibbons

Luke Wilson as Pete

Tim Curry as Roger Corwin

Kelly Lynch as Vivian Wood

Tom Green as Chad

Melissa McCarthy as Doris

LL Cool J as Mr. Jones

Sean Whalen as Pasqual

Alex Trebek as Himself