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Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle Promotional poster Directed by McG Produced by Drew Barrymore Leonard Goldberg Nancy Juvonen Written by John August Cormac Wibberley Marianne Wibberley Starring Cameron Diaz Drew Barrymore Lucy Liu Bernie Mac Voice of John Forsythe Crispin Glover Justin Theroux Robert Patrick Demi Moore Shia LaBeouf Luke Wilson John Cleese Music by Edward Shearmur Cinematography Russell Carpenter Editing by Wayne Wahrman Studio Sony pictures Distributed by Columbia Pictures Release date(s) June 27, 2003 (2003-06-27) Running time 106 minutes Country United States Language English Budget $120,000,000 Gross revenue $259,175,788 Preceded by Charlie's Angels Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle is a 2003 American action comedy film. It is the sequel to 2000's Charlie's Angels. It opened in the United States on June 27, 2003, and was number one at the box office for that weekend and made a worldwide total of $259.2 million.[1] Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Development 4 Reception 5 References 6 External links // Plot The Angels, Dylan, Natalie, and Alex, are hired to locate a set of titanium rings stolen from the Department of Justice that, when put together in a special machine, will display a list of all individuals in the witness protection program. Having discovered that one person on the list has been killed, the Angels investigate the scene and discover evidence suggesting that the killer is a surfer with a scar on one leg. Having tracked the killer to his next victim - who is subsequently sent to Bosley's house for protection - it is revealed that angel Dylan was once named Helen Zaas and is in the program herself for sending her former boyfriend Seamus - a member of the O'Grady mafia family - to jail. Although they recover the rings, Dylan leaves the Angels because she doesn't want to endanger them with her Seamus's vendetta, but a vision of former Angel Kelly Garrett prompts her to return. Dylan and the others deduce that former angel Madison Lee is the perpetrator of the crimes due to her being the only individual possessing the necessary contacts to carry out such a scheme. Madison, having concluded "Why be an Angel, when [she] can be God", having shot the Angels and rendered them unconscious after reacquiring the rings, although they are saved by their specially-designed Kevlar vests - returns to the agency to "confront" Charlie, rejecting his attempts to remind her that the Angels are a family and shooting his speaker off the desk, coldly sneering that she was always the best. Learning that the rings will be sold after a rendezvous on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Angels travel to Hollywood. They set the Antonioni Crime Family, the Tanaka Yakuza, and the Diablo Cartel up to be caught by the FBI in a faked rendezvous. With Madison having contacted the O'Gradys to act as security, Alex and Dylan take out the O'Gradys, while Natalie and Madison go head-to-head themselves. Seamus kills the Thin Man as he shares a kiss with Dylan and Dylan manages to kill her ex, with the Angels subsequently stopping Madison's attempt to blow up the premiere of Alex's boyfriend Jason's new movie thanks to Bosley knocking the bomb away. Although Madison tries to escape, the Angels defeat her in a final confrontation in an abandoned theatre, throwing her through a gas main just as she fires her gun, causing an explosion that kills her. The film ends with the Angels celebrating their victory with Bosley. Cast Cameron Diaz as Natalie Cook Drew Barrymore as Dylan Sanders Lucy Liu as Alex Munday Bernie Mac as Jimmy Bosley, the Angels' new sidekick Demi Moore as Madison Lee, a rogue Angel and the main antagonist of the film. Crispin Glover as the Thin Man Justin Theroux as Seamus O'Grady, Dylan's evil ex-boyfriend and the secondary antagonist. Shia LaBeouf as Max Petroni John Forsythe as Charles "Charlie" Townsend (voice) Matt LeBlanc as Jason Gibbons Luke Wilson as Pete Komisky John Cleese as Mr. Munday (Alex's father) Robert Patrick as Ray Carter Rodrigo Santoro as Randy Emmers Cameos Jaclyn Smith as Kelly Garrett Bruce Willis as William Rose Bailey Pink as Coal Bowl Starter[2] The Pussycat Dolls as Themselves (dancing to a vamped-up "Pink Panther Theme") Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen as Themselves/Angels-in-Training Eve as Herself Ed Robertson as Sheriff Robert Forster as Roger Wixon Chris Pontius and Bam Margera as Irish dock workers Bela Karolyi as Himself Carrie Fisher as Mother Superior Eric Bogosian as Alan Caulfield Tommy Flanagan, Chris Pontius, Jonas Barnes, and Luke Massy as Irish henchmen Andrew Wilson as crime scene police officer Development Courtney Love, Drew Barrymore's close friend, was originally offered the role of Madison Lee, but after suffering a miscarriage while filming stunts for Trapped, she turned it down. The movie starts up abruptly from the first film. However, there is a series of online animated episodes[3] that explain how the Angels got there and their mission, concluded by the very introduction of the movie. The Seamus O'Grady prison introduction scene is a direct reference to Robert De Niro's prison-set introduction in Cape Fear.[citation needed] The song "Feel Good Time" is the film's main track, and is performed by P!nk. Whenever Seamus O'Grady (Justin Theroux) appears, he is accompanied by Bernard Hermann's theme from Cape Fear. Mobile phone maker Sony Ericsson heavily sponsored the movie, using it as the launch for its T610i mobile phone, which Lucy Liu uses in the ship dock scene.[citation needed] Dita Von Teese is in the credits, listed under "Special Thanks". This is because Dita allowed Cameron Diaz to perform the 'Dancing In The Martini' scene, an act which Dita is well known for.[citation needed] Reception The movie had a budget of $120 million. It grossed $100,830,111 at the United States box office, and had to depend on earnings from overseas box office to make profit. By the end of its run the film had grossed $259,175,788 worldwide and performing about as well worldwide as its predecessor. Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle earned a 42% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. References ^ Jonathan Crocker. "Take 1: Movie firsts that changed cinema forever". MSN Movies. Retrieved 2009-06-05. [dead link] ^ "Pink to Write Her Own Movie". December 8, 2004. Retrieved 2009-06-05.  ^ "Charlie's Angels Animated Adventures". Retrieved 2009-06-05.  External links Official website Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle at the Internet Movie Database Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle at Allmovie Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle at Box Office Mojo Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle at Rotten Tomatoes v • d • e Charlie's Angels Characters Sabrina Duncan · Jill Munroe · Kelly Garrett · Kris Munroe · Tiffany Welles · Julie Rogers · Natalie Cook · Dylan Sanders · Alex Munday · John Bosley Films Charlie's Angels · Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle Other List of episodes · Charlie's Angels (video game) · Asian Charlie's Angels v • d • e Films directed by Joseph McGinty Nichol (McG) Charlie's Angels (2000) · Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003) · We Are Marshall (2006) · Terminator Salvation (2009) · This Means War (2011) ·