Rating: 8 stars
Seen 1 time
Seen on: 11/14/2019
When a systems engineer blows the whistle on a dangerous technology, Charlie’s Angels from across the globe are called into action, putting their lives on the line to protect society.
Rated PG-13 | Length 118 minutes
Djimon Hounsou | Patrick Stewart | Elizabeth Banks | Marie-Lou Sellem | Jonathan Tucker | Robert Clotworthy | Kristen Stewart | Dennenesch Zoudé | Jaclyn Smith | Nat Faxon | Hailee Steinfeld | Chris Pang | Sam Claflin | Naomi Scott | Nick Dong-Sik | Neil Malik Abdullah | Luis Gerardo Mendez | Danica Patrick | Ronda Rousey | Hannah Hoekstra | Murali Perumal | Lili Reinhart | Michael Strahan | Noah Centineo | Laverne Cox | David Schütter | Aly Raisman | Ella Balinska | Chloe Kim | Radhesh Aria
This is an 8 star movie that really isn’t an 8 star movie. I laughed so much during this I have to give it 8 stars. Kristen Stewart is so goddamn funny I was laughing for most of her line deliveries and expressions. I would love to see her in more roles like this where she can cut loose and have fun. The story is a silly globetrotting plot that is so dumb it probably wouldn’t have made the TV show cut. But the action is fun and the women kick ass. Seriously, just give me a super cut of all of KStew’s lines and expressions.
Ella Balinska was the big surprise for me. Talented and gorgeous. A giantess among her peers she steals a lot of scenes. In contrast, Naomi Scott was a bit of a disappointment. She’s no where near the level of the other two but I wonder if she was forced to play down given the character. I was most excited to see her and Kristen but by the end I loved Ella and Kristen.
Dolby Cinema Experience was great (Got my perfect seat). I would go see this movie again.