Synopsis

Sabina Wilson (Kristen Stewart), Elena Houghlin (Naomi Scott), and Jane Kano (Ella Balinska) are working for the mysterious Charles Townsend (Robert Clotworthy), whose security and investigative agency has expanded internationally. With the world's smartest, bravest, and most highly trained women all over the globe, there are now teams of Angels guided by multiple Bosleys taking on the toughest jobs everywhere.

Cast

Kristen Stewart
as Sabina Wilson
Patrick Stewart
as John Bosley
Naomi Scott
as Elena Houghlin
Ella Balinska
as Jane Kano

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by meusvita N/A

Female perspective

Hated it. Felt like I was being spoon fed woke tropes. I love Elizabeth Banks, but felt talked down to and "at." That aside, I was surprised there wasn't more action. My husband fell asleep next to me in the theatre and a few people walked out. Really ruined a night out.

Reviewed by dannehh 3 /10

"Men don't wanna watch female hero's on the screen"

Elizabeth Banks said that men don't wanna watch female hero's on the big screen. It has nothing to do with that, and if you think so you are just blind. It's about quality, and good writing, acting.... If the movie is good it doesn't matter who is in it! But when you do something as cheap as this and think it will make the big bucks you can't be that smart! And to wast money on this franchise...anyone who thought this would be a good idea must be fired! Movies like this is exactly what's wrong with Hollywood! No love! Make a good movie, but love into it! And it should work out fine! But just to complain about that men don't wanna watch it because there are females in the lead role is just embarrassing....

Reviewed by flybynight-96722 2 /10

Another worthless reboot

Its not the worst movie I have ever seen but it comes close, a waste of talented stars with a bad boring script.

The action isn't that great and the comedy (if you can call it that) falls flat.

Men are treated like idiots / objects in the movie which is not equality, just makes it silly. Should have just been women good at being agents without disparaging men needlessly. The older Charlies Angels movies were far better in that regard.

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