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The 1970s TV series Charlie's Angles gets a big screen makeover in 2000. The three new angels, Natalie (Cameron Diaz), Dylan (Drew Barrymore) and Alex (Lucy Liu), working under the watchful eye of Bosley (Bill Murray). He takes his orders from the unseen Charlie (voice of John Forsythe), who wants the detectives to find a kidnapped computer software creator (Sam Rockwell).
Why Is Charlie’s Angels Rated PG-13?
Charlie’s Angels is rated PG-13 for action violence, innuendo and some sensuality / nudity.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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DVD Release Date: 27 March 2001
Charlie’s Angels releases on DVD with these bonus features:
- Director and Cinematographer Commentary
- Featurettes: Fashion, Set Design, Martial Arts and Stunts, Special Effects, Director McG and Wired Angels - Special Effects Deconstruction.
- Deleted and Extended Scenes
- Outtakes and Bloopers
- Music Videos by Destiny’s Child and Apollo Four Forty
Blu-ray Release Date: 3 August 2010
Charlie’s Angels releases on Blu-ray with the following extras:
- Commentary with Director McG and Cinematographer Russell Carpenter
- Featurettes: Getting G’d Up, The Master and the Angels, Welcome to Angel World, Angelic Attire: Dressing Cameron, Drew and Lucy and Angelic Effects.
- Scene Deconstruction: Wired Angels.
- Deleted Scenes
- Blooper Reel
- Music Videos: Independent Women Part 1 (by Destiny’s Child) and Charlie’s Angels 2000 (by Apollo Four Forty).
- Two Easter Eggs