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  • What is interesting about this movie is that it truly portraits the angels as we truly know them on TV and makes them funnier

    • by Janet
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      I must give credit to Drew Barrymore for bringing to the big screen “Charlie’s Angels” with the girls not using firearms but instead using martial arts to defend themselves. The angels Barrymore, Lucy Liu and Cameron Diaz had to undergo 3 months martial arts training in order to pull off

      certain scenes. During this time, they had great bonding quality time which came across while watching the movie.

      It is a true pity that Lucy Liu decided to give a truce to the bonding time when one day on set she had a big argument with co-actor, Bill Murray. Their fight effected the production as ...


      • no filming took place that day!

        What is interesting about this movie is that it truly portraits the angels as we truly know them on TV and makes them funnier. The addition of the martial arts aspect enhanced the angels’s image.

        It seems that Angelina Jolie was offered a role in this movie but refused.

        Julie Roberts was also interested in this movie. The original angels were offered to participate in this movie, however they refused. Three years later, the actors John Forsythe and Jaclyn Smith participated in “Charlie’s Angeles: Full Throttle” which wasn’t as good as the first one.

        “Charlie’s Angles” portrait the girl power in style mood with martial arts!




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