Charlie's Angels Movie Review
Cast: Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, Ella Balinska, Elizabeth Banks, Djimon Hounsou, Sam Claflin, Noah Centineo, Patrick Stewart
Director: Elizabeth Banks
Music Director: Brian Tyler
Cinematography: Bill Pope
Editor: Mary Jo Markey, Alan Baumgarten
The reboot of the famous Charlie's Angels after almost two decades by Elizabeth Banks starring herself along with the new Angels Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Ballinska, hits the right notes at many places. Though the story is nothing new for a Hollywood action flick, where a new scientific invention falling into wrong hands to be used to kill people, the screenplay is pretty interesting and keeps you hooked from beginning till the end.
Kristen Stewart hasn't looked more hot before on the big screen. Naomi Scott does the action quite well and Ella Ballinska as the odd Angel (atleast by the end of the movie) is pretty and cute. The new Angels along with Bosley, referring to Banks here, (note there are many Bosleys in the movie) make a very good team.
The women power, though does not meet the high standards set by the original movie, is in no way short of entertainment and pretty sure the studios are going to give a green signal for the sequel and hope it will be directed again by Elizabeth Banks herself.
Charlie's Angels - Entertaining Women Power Reboot.