Charlie's Angels

Published May 24, 2020

Charlie's Angels

Film info

  • Title Charlie's Angels
  • Director Elizabeth Banks
  • Year 2019
  • Run time 1hr 58m
  • Genres Adventure, Action, Comedy
  • Tagline Unseen. Undivided. Unstoppable.

Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska are working for the mysterious Charles Townsend, whose investigative agency has expanded internationally. The new Angels are among the world's smartest, bravest, and most highly trained women all over the globe. Under the guidance of Bosley (Elizabeth Banks), the Angels have to protect a revolutionary technology from becoming weaponized. They will have to rely on each other as their assignment becomes increasingly treacherous and even those closest to them can no longer be trusted.

Live blog

Time Comment
1:23 “I want all my options available so I can decide for myself.”
9:30 People in suits making stupid decisions.
11:30 Many Bosley’s is confusing.
13:33 You’d think Charlie would have upgraded his speaker by now.
16:46 No one ever listens to the experts.
21:19 I love Kristen Stewart.
29:42 “Charlie frowns on revenge.”
33:49 Wait, she Vulcan death gripped him? I didn’t think it was a real thing.
43:02 Oh no! Poor Ralph! I gotta worry about local security now as well as local police. Bah.
48:35 I’m not actually that big a fan of Saint… creepy.
50:40 Ralph-killer.
56:48 Spies and their assets. So tricksy.
1:06:10 “If you think you’re killing him before I kill him, I’ll kill you first.”
1:12:02 The quarry sitch is pretty scary. Loud, dusty, etc.
1:15:19 Miss Independent.
1:21:32 Yay for Pink making a secret appearance via song.
1:26:37 “I don’t try to be, I don’t have the filter thing that people have.”
1:30:36 Love this Birdman/Batman sequence.
1:38:38 Poor choice of ringtone.
1:47:28 Elizabeth Banks swaggering out of a sea of unconscious men is the image cinema needs right now.
1:49:03 DANICA!
1:50:06 HAIZ TOO??
1:50:26 RBG reference. These are the best credits ever.


So much better than that Full Throttle sequel! I really loved this. Trust in Elizabeth Banks for a girl power movie that isn’t too in-your-face, it’s just people being awesome. It’s a movie in which Patrick Stewart is the bad guy but was still brilliant!

The story stacked up, the way the rookie handled herself was great, and I love Kristen Stewart’s character and haircut! The closing credits, too, were fab, surprise after surprise. I just really enjoyed the whole ride.

Rating: 5 / 5

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