Movie Review: 'Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle'

Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle is the latest in a summer of sequels. Lucy Liu, Drew Barrymore and Cameron Diaz fight off a handful of evil doers and dangers from the trio's individual and collective pasts. Los Angeles Times and Morning Edition movie critic Kenneth Turan says the film is "full of physical stunts, tons of popular culture references and a relentless teasing sexuality." Turan offers a review.

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