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Entertainment Weekly
Let's face it: Chick power was never this yummy.
The movie's glee is contagious.
Philadelphia Inquirer
The spike-heeled, postfeminist pajama-party sisterhood that is Charlie's Angels is back, and it's serious dress-up time.
New York Daily News
This heavenly sequel, again directed by "McG" (aka Joseph McGinty Nichol), is infused with an irresistibly joyous spirit that simply cannot be faked.
Miami Herald
Isn't only the silliest, most ridiculous movie of the summer; it may also be the most flat-out fun.
Chicago Sun-Times
Harmless, brainless, good-natured fun.
As insistent as it is skillful -- and it is very skillful -- it does all it can to pound you into enjoying yourself. The result is rather like being force-fed a meal of your favorite foods by the Terminator.
Wall Street Journal
It's a movie devoted to showing it, shaking it and selling it with huge zest and self-delight, a movie that raises MTV-style dada to the status of superheated mama, even though, toward the end, it wears awfully thin rather than svelte.
San Francisco Chronicle
Clearly, this is something rare: a movie that insulates itself against its own rottenness by being lousy by design.
There are only so many times you can see a slow-motion kickboxing scene or a figure sail off a skyscraper before you want to spend a nice, cozy evening with the Dead Sea Scrolls.
The Hollywood Reporter
What fans of the original movie, "Charlie's Angels," which was fun and good-natured, will make of this sloppy mess is hard to guess.
Something cold and mechanical has seeped into the sequel. The divas push so hard for fun, it kills the spontaneity that fun needs to breathe.

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