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Charlie s Angels: Full Throttle is a 2003 American action comedy film directed by McG and written by John August, and Cormac and Marianne Wibberley. It is the sequel to 2000 s Charlie s Angels and the second installment in the Charlie s Angels film series, which is a continuation of the story that began with the television series of the same name by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts.
In an ensemble cast, Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu reprise their roles as the three women working for the Townsend Agency. Crispin Glover, Matt LeBlanc and Luke Wilson also reprise their roles from the first film. It also features Justin Theroux, Demi Moore and Bernie Mac as John Bosley s adoptive brother while Robert Patrick, Shia LaBeouf, John Cleese and Ja net DuBois appear in supporting roles. Jaclyn Smith reprised her role as Kelly Garrett from the original series for a cameo appearance. It was John Forsythe s final film role. He retired from acting and died in 2010.
It was released in the United States on June 27, 2003 by Sony Pictures Releasing under its Columbia Pictures label and was number one at the box office for that weekend, also making a worldwide total of $259.2 million. Like its predecessor, the film received mixed reviews from critics, with praise for the performances of Diaz, Barrymore and Liu, but criticism aimed at the bland plot and lack of sense .
After rescuing U.S. Marshal Ray Carter in Mongolia, the Angels: Natalie Cook, Dylan Sanders, and Alex Munday together with John Bosley s adoptive brother Jimmy Bosley are sent to recover titanium rings stolen from the United States Department of Justice that can display the people listed in the witness protection program. DOJ official William Rose Bailey and a protected witness, Alan Caulfield are among those killed. At Caulfield s house in San Bernardino, the Angels track his assassin Randy Emmers to a beach where they meet former Angel Madison Lee. During the Coal Bowl motorcycle race, Emmers targets another witness named Max Petroni, and the Angels try to intervene. Emmers is killed by the Thin Man (believed to be dead after the events of the first film) because he was protecting Max. Inside Emmers pocket, the Angels discover the photos of Caulfield, Max, and, surprisingly, Dylan, under her birth name, Helen Zaas.
Dylan reveals that she is a protected witness after sending her former boyfriend, Irish mob leader Seamus O Grady to prison. O Grady has since targeted those who wronged him; including Dylan and Max, whose parents O Grady killed. As Max previously testified against O Grady, he is sent to the home of Bosley s mother for protection. At a monastery, the Angels learn about the Thin Man s past from the Mother Superior, who reveals his name, Anthony. Afterwards, the Angels track O Grady s mob at San Pedro and manage to get the rings, but O Grady threatens Dylan with the murder of everyone she loves. Natalie attends her boyfriend, Pete Kominsky s high school reunion at Hermosa Beach, where she overhears his friends implying he might propose, which she feels is too fast since they just moved in together. Alex returns home to her actor boyfriend, Jason while Dylan leaves the Angels and heads to Mexico. When Natalie, Bosley, and Alex notice the letter she left for them, they realize that Dylan fled to protect them. Natalie asks Charlie how O Grady got out of jail, and Charlie reveals someone had him released on good behaviour. While hiding out in Mexico, Dylan is convinced to return after seeing an apparition of former Angel Kelly Garrett.
Natalie and Alex deduce that Carter is the one who let O Grady out of prison after seeing him return Bosley s keys without any pain, despite claiming to have broken his ribs beforehand. Following him, the two witness him killed by Madison, the true mastermind. Though Dylan arrives to back the group, the Angels are shot by Madison, who takes the rings, though they survived via Kevlar vests. Back at the base, Charlie reprimands Madison for what she s done and confronts her for endangering her former teammates lives. Madison is angry she never got the recognition she deserved from Charlie and shoots his speaker to bits. The Angels realize that Madison is going to sell the rings to the O Grady Crime Family, the Antonioni Mafia, the Tanaka Yakuza, and the Diablo Cartel at the Hollywood Walk of Fame, where Jason s film premiere is about to commence.
The Angels arrange for the buyers to be arrested by the FBI while they confront Madison and O Grady. The O Grady s enter the melee, having avoided arrest when Seamus realized the Angels plan. The Thin Man comes to the Angels aid, helping Alex and rescuing Dylan when she is being attacked by O Grady – he begins to fight O Grady and kicks him off the roof. The Thin Man grabs Dylan and chokes her at first, but they ended up sharing a kiss and he pulls some of Dylan s hair out. Just as he is about to say something, O Grady stabs him and he falls off the roof. O Grady nearly succeeds in killing Dylan as well, but she blinds him, causing him to lose his footing and fall to his death (in the unrated cut, O Grady is still alive and attempts to get back up but is stopped by The Thin Man, who also survived; Dylan accidentally knocks over the E sign and it falls on O Grady, possibly The Thin Man as well). The Angels fight Madison all the way to an abandoned theatre, where they kick her into a chamber filled with gas and she fires her gun, inadvertently blowing herself up.
The Angels attend the premiere, where they learn that Mama Bosley is adopting Max. Peter surprises Natalie by asking her to get a puppy (the big question he was planning on asking her) and Alex terminates her time out with Jason. The Angels celebrate their victory together with Bosley.
- Cameron Diaz as Natalie Cook
- Drew Barrymore as Dylan Sanders / Helen Zaas
- Lucy Liu as Alex Munday
- Demi Moore as Madison Lee, a former Angel turned independent operative
- Bernie Mac as Jimmy Bosley, successor and adoptive brother of John Bosley
- Justin Theroux as Seamus O Grady, Dylan s ex-boyfriend and head of the O Grady Irish Mob
- Crispin Glover as the Thin Man / Anthony, a mysterious assassin
- Rodrigo Santoro as Randy Emmers, a surfer assassin hired by Madison
- Robert Patrick as Ray Carter, a corrupt Director of the U.S. Marshals Service
- John Forsythe as the voice of Charles Charlie Townsend, the owner of the Townsend agency
- Matt LeBlanc as Jason Gibbons, Alex s boyfriend
- Luke Wilson as Pete Komisky, Natalie s boyfriend
- John Cleese as Mr. Munday, Alex s father
- Shia LaBeouf as Max Petroni, an orphaned teenager targeted by the mob after his testimony
- Ja net DuBois as Momma Bosley, Jimmy s biological mother and John Bosley s adoptive mother
- Jaclyn Smith as Kelly Garrett, one of the original Angels
- Bruce Willis as William Rose Bailey, Justice Department official murdered by Emmers
- Carrie Fisher as Mother Superior
- Robert Forster as Roger Wixon, Director of the FBI
- Pink as the Coal Bowl M.C.
- Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen and Eve as the future Angels from Dylan s imagination
- Ed Robertson as the sheriff
- Wayne Federman and Steve Hytner as high school reunion buddies in the bathroom
- Melissa McCarthy as a woman at crime scene. McCarthy previously appeared in the first film as a different character, Doris.
- Big Boy and Anthony Griffith as Jimmy Bosley s cousins
- Eric Bogosian as Alan Caulfield, victim murdered by Emmers
- Chris Pontius and Bam Margera as the Irish dock workers
- Tommy Flanagan, Chris Pontius, Jonas Barnes, and Luke Massy as Irish henchmen
- Michael Guarnera as the boss of Antonioni Mafia
- Andrew Wilson as crime scene police officer in charge
- The Pussycat Dolls as Themselves, dancing to a vamped-up The Pink Panther Theme
Bill Murray, who played John Bosley in the first installment, also appears in archival footage.
Charlie s Angels: Animated Adventures, an animated prequel series explain how the Angels got there and their mission, concluded by the very introduction of the film.
The Seamus O Grady prison introduction scene is a direct reference to Robert De Niro s prison-set introduction in Cape Fear. Whenever O Grady (Justin Theroux) appears, he is accompanied by Bernard Hermann s theme from Cape Fear.
The scene where the Angels go to investigate the body of Agent Caufield dressed as crime-scene professionals is a homage/parody of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, complete with the theme Who Are You by The Who.
The song Feel Good Time is the film s main track, and is performed by Pink.
The Thin Man character perhaps pays homage to the Thin Man in 1927 German expressionist film Metropolis, directed by Fritz Lang. In the film, Thin Man is ordered by Joh Frederson, master of Metropolis, to spy on his son Freder.
The film had a production budget of $120 million. It grossed $100,830,111 at the United States box office and had to depend on earnings from the international box office to make profit. By the end of its run, the film had grossed $259,175,788 worldwide, underperforming its predecessor by $5 million.
Charlie s Angels: Full Throttle received mixed reviews and earned a rating of 41% on Rotten Tomatoes based on 187 reviews, with an average rating of 5.10/10. The site s critical consensus reads: Eye candy for those who don t require a movie to have a plot or for it to make sense . On Metacritic the film has weighted average score of 48 out of 100, based on reviews from 38 critics, indicating mixed or average reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B+ on an A+ to F scale.
Roger Ebert gave the film 2+1⁄2 stars out of 4, a higher score than the half star he gave to the first film. Ebert explained: I realized I did not hate or despise the movie, and I decided that I sort of liked it because of the high spirits of the women involved . Amy Dawes of Variety magazine wrote: Bigger, sleeker and better than the first, sequel Charlie s Angels: Full Throttle is a joyride of a movie that takes the winning elements of the year 2000 hit to the next level .
The film received seven nominations at the 24th Golden Raspberry Awards including Worst Picture, Worst Actress for both Drew Barrymore and Cameron Diaz, Worst Screenplay, and Worst Excuse for an Actual Movie (All Concept/No Content), winning two trophies for Worst Remake or Sequel and Worst Supporting Actress for Demi Moore. The film also received seven nominations at the 2003 Stinkers Bad Movie Awards: Worst Director (McG), Worst Actress (Barrymore), Worst Screenplay for a Film Grossing More Than $100 Million Worldwide Using Hollywood Math, Most Intrusive Musical Score, Worst Sequel, Least Special Special Effects, and Worst On-Screen Group (the Angels). It won for Worst Director and Most Intrusive Musical Score.
Demi Moore was nominated for the MTV Movie Award for Best Villain, but lost against co-star Lucy Liu for her role as O-Ren Ishii in Quentin Tarantino s Kill Bill: Volume 1.
Charlie s Angels: Full Throttle was released on both VHS and DVD on October 21, 2003.
|Charlie s Angels: Full Throttle|
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|Released||June 24, 2003|
|Charlie s Angels soundtracks chronology|
|Singles from Charlie s Angels: Full Throttle|
Charlie s Angels: Full Throttle is the soundtrack album to the 2003 Columbia Pictures film Charlie s Angels: Full Throttle. The album was released on June 24, 2003 by Columbia Records and Interscope Records.
|1.||Feel Good Time||
||Pink featuring William Orbit||3:56|
|2.||Saturday Night s Alright (For Fighting)||
||Nickelback featuring Kid Rock||3:44|
|3.||Rebel Rebel||David Bowie||David Bowie||4:22|
|4.||Danger! High Voltage||
|5.||Livin on a Prayer||
|6.||Any Way You Want It||
|7.||Surfer Girl||Brian Wilson||The Beach Boys||2:26|
|8.||Working for the Weekend||
|9.||A Girl Like You||Edwyn Collins||Edwyn Collins||3:59|
|10.||Nas Angels…The Flyest||
||Nas featuring Pharrell Williams||3:47|
|11.||I Just Want to Be Your Everything||Barry Gibb||Andy Gibb|
|12.||This Will Be||
|13.||U Can t Touch This||
|14.||Last Dance||Paul Jabara||Donna Summer||3:17|
|New Zealand (RMNZ)||Gold||7,500^|
|United States (RIAA)||Gold||500,000^|
^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.
- Who Are You by The Who
- Thunder Kiss 65 by White Zombie
- Firestarter and Breathe by The Prodigy
- Block Rockin Beats by The Chemical Brothers
- Misirlou by Dick Dale
- Wild Thing by Tone Lōc
- Nuthin but a G Thang by Dr. Dre featuring Snoop Dogg
- Flashdance… What a Feeling by Irene Cara
- The Pink Panther Theme by Henry Mancini
- The Lonely Goatherd by Rodgers and Hammerstein
- Sleep Now in the Fire by Rage Against the Machine
- Mickey by Toni Basil
- Planet Claire by The B-52s
- Sleep Walk by Santo & Johnny
- Looks That Kill by Mötley Crüe
Following the release of Full Throttle, the franchise was confirmed for a third and fourth film, but in 2004 the idea was cancelled. A fictional sequel titled Charlie s Angels III: The Legend of Charlie s Gold (2007) was presented within the 2001 Futurama episode I Dated a Robot , with Lucy Liu reprising her role; the film follows the Angels dealing with an outbreak of vampires.
In 2015, Sony began the development on new Charlie s Angels installment. Elizabeth Banks directed and produced the film with her husband Max Handelman producing. Initially developed as a reboot of the franchise, the film is a continuation of the original TV series and the McG-directed 2000s films.
The third installment stars Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska as the new generation of Angels. Banks and Djimon Hounsou also star as Charlie s assistants, known as Bosleys, while Patrick Stewart replaced Bill Murray in the role of John Bosley and Jaclyn Smith reprised her role as Kelly Garrett for the second time for a cameo appearance. It is also the first installment to feature Robert Clotworthy as the voice of Charlie, replacing John Forsythe, following his death in 2010.
|Plot||The Angels investigate a series of murders which occur after the theft of a witness protection profile database.|
|Awards||Awards, 9 wins & 21 nominations|
|Writers||Ivan Goff, Ben Roberts, John August|
|Stars||Drew Barrymore, Lucy Liu, Cameron Diaz|
|Produced by||Drew Barrymore, Patrick Crowley, Amanda Goldberg, Leonard Goldberg, Nancy Juvonen, Stephanie Savage, Jenno Topping|
|Music by||Edward Shearmur|
|Cinematography by||Russell Carpenter|
|Film Editing by||Wayne Wahrman|
|Casting By||Justine Arteta, Kim Davis-Wagner|
|Production Design by||J. Michael Riva|
|Art Direction by||David F. Klassen, Richard F. Mays, Greg Richman|
|Set Decoration by||Lauri Gaffin|
|Costume Design by||Joseph G. Aulisi|
|Makeup Department||Merribelle Anderson, Gary Archer, Tammy Ashmore, Erin Ayanian, Chris Burgoyne, Colleen Callaghan, Bonita DeHaven, Cheryl Eckert, Robin Fredriksz, Kim Greene, Robert Hallowell II, Corey Jeen, Connie Kallos, Amy Lederman, Melanie Mills, Anthony Miner, Edward Morrison, Matthew W. Mungle, JoJo Myers Proud, Douglas Noe, Barbara Olvera, Christina Raye, Darrell Redleaf-Fielder, Tania Saylor, Verina Schafer, Marsha Shearrill, Michele Teleis-Fickle, Alicia M. Tripi, Laine Trzinski, Lona Vigi, Erin Wooldridge, Melissa Yonkey, K. Troy Zestos, Ryan McDowell|
|Production Management||Desmond Cannon, Kevin Flatow, Spencer Franklin, Denis L. Stewart, Omar Veytia, Robert Latham Brown|
|Second Unit Director or Assistant Director||Melody Beam, Hans Berggren, Mark Carter, Albert Cho, Mark Cotone, Christina Fong, Conte Mark Matal, Mic Rodgers, Stacy Schrader, Mark Trapenberg|
|Art Department||Ruben Abarca, Adam Austin, Doreen Austria, Ernie Avila, Lee Lee Baird, Chris Barber, Mark Bialuski, Russell Bobbitt, Travis Bobbitt, Claudia Bonfe, Maria Bowen, Sammy Bran, Susannah Carradine, Paul Catapano, Gloria Ciraolo, Daren Cornell, Amina Allean Dieye, David E. Duncan, Florence Fellman, Andrea Mae Fenton, James Fernandez, Sven Fodale, Terry Haskell, Werner Hoetzinger, Bill Kauhane Hoyt, Eric Kagan, Noelle King, Jay Koiwai, Helen Kozora, Steve Lauritzen, William J. Law III, Adolfo Martínez Pérez, Merdyce McClaran, Stephen McCumby, Marc Messenger, Paul Mica, Josh Morris, Gloria Murphy, Wendy Riva, David Saltzman, Devon Renee Spencer, Reese St. Amant, Eric Sundahl, Mike Swift, Samuel J. Tell, James Van Houten, Suzan Wexler, Helen Wilson, Ben Woolverton, Richard D. Wright, Tamlyn Wright, Michael Denering, Brian Walker, Jack White|
|Sound Department||Michael J. Benavente, Craig Berkey, Gary C. Bourgeois, Sarah Bourgeois, Peter Brown, Richard Burton, Willie D. Burton, Michael Dressel, Leslie Fernandes, Gregg Frazier, Vincent Guisetti, Todd Harris, Andrea Horta, Pamela Kahn, Sean Landeros, Marvin E. Lewis, Tricia Linklater, Howard London, Martin Lopez, Cindy Marty, James Matheny, Mario McNulty, Greg Orloff, Mark Pappas, Jeena M. Phelps, Travis Randall, Douglas J. Schulman, Greg ten Bosch, Kyle Rochlin|
|Special Effects by||Ozzy Alvarez, Thomas L. Bellissimo, Wayne Burnes, John P. Cazin, Eric Cook, Rich E. Cordobes, G. Peter King, Andrew Miller, James Ochoa, Edward T. Reiff Jr., Robert Simokovic, Bob Stoker, Robert Sturgis, Christy Sumner, Matt Sweeney, Peter Vazquez, Cheung-Yan Yuen, Paul Deely, Lucinda Foy, Christine Onesky, Gary Zink|
|Visual Effects by||Blondel Aidoo, Jance Allen, Alfonso Alpuerto, Maura Alvarez, Grant Anderson, Jason Anderson, Kevin Baillie, Joel Behrens, Les Bernstien, Scott Berri, David Bleich, David M. Blum, James Bluma, Artaya Boonsoong, Christian Boudman, Todd Boyce, Cecile Tecson Broas, Suzy Brown, Shannan Burkley, Daniela Calafatello, Aimee Campbell, Ozzie Carmona, Marla Carter Barrett, Anthony Ceccomancini, Det Chansamone, Steve Cho, Patrick Clancey, Timothy Clark, Andrew Cochrane, Bill Coffin, Danielle Conroy, Tim Timco Conway, Christian Cunningham, Andy Davis, Matt Davis, Francisco De Jesus, Lisa Deaner, Michael Degtjarewsky, Greg Derochie, Bill Diaz, Tony Diep, Roxanne Dorman, Renato Dos Anjos, Tim Drnec, Colin Drobnis, Travis Dutch, Daniel Eaton, Brandon England, Rob Engle, Felicia Faden, Arin Finger, Ruben Flores, Chris Flynn, Alyssa Fong, Doug Forrest, Crys Forsyth-Smith, Kevin Freeman, Jenny Fulle, Gregory Galliani, Shannon Blake Gans, Joe Gareri, Joshua Geisler-Amhowitz, David Rudy Grossman, Matthew Hackett, Jonathan Harman, Scott Harper, Anthony Harris, Jordan B. Harris, Max Harris, Maureen Healy, Michael Hemschoot, Matthew Hendershot, Wensen Ho, Simon Holden, Ivo Horvat, Ian Hunter, Justin Johnson, David Jones, Brad Kalinoski, Joanie Karnowski, Patrick Keenan, Stan Kellam, David Keslick, Ntana Bantu Key, Lyoung Hui Kim, Marvin Kim, Kevin Kitchel, J.W. Kompare, Susan Kornfeld, Stephen Kowalski, Daniel Kuehn, Erik Lee, Hae-Jeon Lee, John T. Lee, Kui-Han Lee, Jeff Lin, Kevin Lin, Robin A. Linn, Kathryn Liotta, Benjamin Lishka, Michael Lloyd, Christine Lo, Mark Alan Loso, Brian Lutge, Andrew MacDonald, James Marbas, Lisa Markou, Nicholas McDowell, Rodney J. McFall, Matt McFarland, John McGee, Paul McGhee, Emma McGuinness, Nathan McGuinness, M. Scott McKee, Scott McLain, Matthew Merkovich, Todd Mesher, Rob Meyers, Paul Mica, Robert Moggach, John Monos, Sarah Moore, Carlos Morales, Glenn Morris, Amanda Morrison, Jake Morrison, Maks Naporowski, Alberto Noti, Luke O Byrne, JaeWook Park, Nicholas Peterson, Phil Pham, Ted Pratt, Alex Prichard, Thomas Pushpathadam, Mark P. Renton, César Romero, Jonathan Rothbart, Chris Ryan, Marc Sadeghi, Christopher Sage, Eric Sanford, David Sanger, Kosta Saric, John E. Sasaki, Casey Schatz, Gunther Schatz, Michael Scheffe, Jason Scherbert, Steven Schmidt, Jason Schugardt, Donovan Scott, Eric Scott, Todd Semmes, Ira Shain, Jeff Shank, Dong Yeop Shin, Scott Donald Shinkle, Payam Shohadai, Craig Shumard, Thanapoom Siripopungul, Ben Britten Smith, Keith W. Smith, David Sosalla, Michelle Steinau, Mark Stetson, Jamie Stevenson, Jon Tanimoto, Chikako Terashita, Bill Tessier, Mathew Thomas, Christine Troianello, Ryan Tudhope, Pepe Valencia, Bruno Vilela, Christopher Walsh, Carl Walters, Joseph Wartnerchaney, Barry Weiss, Jeff Werner, Len White, Earl Wiggins, Brian Wolf, David Worman, Xye, Dustin Zachary, Dan Ziegler, Daniel E. Zobrist, Kristi Valk Almassizadeh, Chris Anderson, Randy Bosh, Amanda Burton, Larry Detwiler, Kevin Gillen, Taigne Hammock, Erica Hornung, Thomas Mathai, Leah Montagnino, Joe Stevano, Kevin Struckman, Helder Sun, Matthew Thunell|
|Stunts||Clayton J. Barber, Jennifer Caputo, Erin Carufel, David Castillo, Jacob Chambers, Doc D. Charbonneau, Eliza Coleman, Bruce Comtois, Edward Conna, Clay Cullen, Chris Daniels, Dino Dos Santos, Doc Duhame, Paul Eliopoulos, Tom Elliott, Annie Ellis, Debbie Evans, Christina Fong, Clay Donahue Fontenot, Louie Franco, Steve Griffin, Gary Guercio, Thomas Robinson Harper, Regis Harrington, Anita Hart, Cara Hemperly, Leigh Hennessy, Alisa Hensley, Lisa Hoyle, Mad Mike Jones, Mike Justus, Paul M. Lane, Shawn Patrick Lane, Will Leong, Khristian Lupo, Matt McColm, Bob Minor, Heidi Moneymaker, Julia Morizawa, Gloria O Brien, Jeff Podgurski, Ming Qiu, Tim Rigby, Larry Rippenkroeger, Mic Rodgers, Jason Rodriguez, Amy Rydell, Craig Shugart, Brian Smyj, Mark Stefanich, Richard C. Taylor, Keith Tellez, Scott L. Treger, Tim Trella, Christopher J. Tuck, Kim-Wai Wong, Scott Workman, Boni Yanagisawa, Kenny Alexander, Justin Rodgers Hall, Peewee Piemonte, Michael Runyard, Daxing Zhang|
|Camera and Electrical Department||Antar Abderrahman Jr., Mark Agostino, Rocky Babcock, Adam Barth, Brian Bartolini, Kirk Bloom, Bryan Booth, Brad Boyer, John Bramley, Erik L. Brown, Branch M. Brunson, Rocky Buzzini, Ian S. Casas, Joseph V. Cicio, Dale Cole, Tim Collins, Loren Corl, John Crimins, Bill Daimant, Louie DeMarco, David E. Diano, Doug Dole, Karl Eckhardt, Carlos Escobar, Fernando Espiritusanto, Jack Garrett, Mike Gerzevitz, Steve Graves, Russell Griffith, Todd Grunberger, Gene Hara, Brad Heiner, Steve Hertler, Loren Hillebrand, Mark Hyde, Bogdan Iofciulescu, Mark Jackson, Simon Jayes, Eugene B. Kerry, Dana Kilgore, Ronald R. Koch Jr., Craig Kohlhoff, Steve Koster, Philip Lee, Len Levine, Dennis J. Lootens, Marcos O Lopez, Dave Lujan, Kenji Luster, Tamas Mack, Michelle Mann, Jesse Mather, Matthew Mebane, Darren Michaels, Juan Morse, Charles Newhart, Dara Norman, Pat O Mara, Scott Odermann, Paul V. Perkins, Kevin C. Potter, Carson Reaves, Steve Reinhardt, Dan Riffel, Dylan Rush, Debbie Silverman, Philip Sloan, Christian Franz Staab, Shawn Talley, Jonathan Taylor, Jeff Tomhave, Mark Vollmer, Chris Wagganer, Andy Waldron, Dietmar Wendelin, Scott Whitbread, Earl Wiggins, Paul Wilkowsky, Ronald De Torres, Peter Graf, Ricky Johnson, David Schmalz, Vincent Torres, John Weiss Jr.|
|Animation Department||Brian Castleforte, Bill Diaz, Keith W. Smith|
|Casting Department||Maryellen Aviano, Ajay Dass, Brad Kenny, Yasmin Redoblado, Vesper Burnett|
|Costume and Wardrobe Department||Kimberly Adams-Galligan, Ellen Allan, Cheryl Beasley Blackwell, Sandra Bojin-Sedlik, Io Bottoms, Federico Cervantes, Linda S. Cormany, Sarah Jane Gardam, Lee Harris, Monica Haynes, April Hunter-Krueger, Philip Maldonado, Guy Miracle, Nino, Nina Padovano, Rob Phillips, Lisa D. Quercioli, Damien Quinn, Peri Richards, B.J. Rogers, Michael A. Russell, Roland Sanchez, N. Jayne Seward, Kenn Smiley, Nancy Smytka, Janet Sobel, Devon Renee Spencer, Ivory Stanton, Tim Wilson|
|Editorial Department||Gordon Antell, Steve Bowen, Randy Bricker, Tritia Espinoza, Mo Henry, Brennan Ieyoub, Laura Jans Fazio, Dale Jones, Gene A. Lewis Jr., Dennis McNeill, Mindy Minkow, Bronwyn Shields, Simon Bjoergvin Veredon, Valance Eisleben, Ben Estrada, Lu Kondor|
|Location Management||Anna L. Coats, Caleb Duffy, Quentin Halliday, Ken Lavet, Lary Vinocur|
|Music Department||Tom Brown, Glen Brunman, Irene Cara, Bryan Carrigan, Bryan Clements, Sandy DeCrescent, Kevin Dorsey, Robert Elhai, Mark Eshelman, Chris Fogel, Alex Gibson, Karen Glauber, Mark Graham, Jim Hoffman, The Hollywood Studio Orchestra, The Hollywood Studio Symphony, John Houlihan, Patrick Houlihan, Daryl B. Kell, Season Kent, Chad Kroeger, Edie Lehmann Boddicker, Deborah Lurie, Tom MacDougall, Guy Maeda, McG, Adam Michalak, Chris Montan, Denise Okimoto, Peter Rotter, Steven L. Smith, Jeff Toyne, Lia Vollack, Pat Weber, Booker White, Jellybean Benítez, Malcolm McNab, Bryan Pezzone|
|Script and Continuity Department||Kristine Greco, Tricia Ronten, Simon Kinberg|
|Transportation Department||Chris Basso, Rupert Cole, Daniel Dowling, Joey Freitas, Scott Howard, Mark D. Hysen, Paul Jones, Billy Kane, Harry Marks, Cyril O Neil, John Orlebeck, Tony Peralta, Don Poole, Jack Jay Reece, David Severin, Dana Swartout, John F. Teeple|
|Additional Crew||Michelle Acosta-Betts, Crisoforo Aguilar, Wendy Altman-Cohen, Robin Antin, Sheri Apap, Scott Barnes, Scott Ice Paq Baron, Lance Barton, Lamonte Bell, Lisa Marie Boiko, Jenifer Bonisteel, Natalie Borresen, Mady Manson Burza, Michelle D. Camero, Jason Cardillo-Lee, Chris Castaldi, Cory Cate, John Charles, John Chisholm, James Currier, Avo D Aubigne, Susan Dukow, Edward Enriquez-Cohen, Louis Farah, Vincent Joseph Flaherty, Brian Friedman, Jeff Fuller, Andrea Giannetti, Eric Glasser, Chuck Gueno, Jennifer Hamilton, Matthew Heffernan, Lucy Herrera, Rebecca Hilliard, David Irvine, Ahmed Kirdar, Dominic Koletes, Wendy Kutzner, Misty D. Lahti, Paul Lauden, Jesse Lutz, Cheryl Lynch, Matthew J. Lynch, Anna Mastro, Ilana McAllister, Sarah McCormick, Heather McDougal, Randy McKenney, Peter McKernan, Meaghan F. McLaughlin, Matthew Mebane, Rizelle Mendoza, Jeremy Meyer, Chris Miller, Big LeRoy Mobley, Sumiko Muto, Joey Naber, Jessica Otto, Marguerite Pomerhn Derricks, Christy Powers, John Wayne Randolph, Michael Randolph, Shannon Ratcliffe, Mark Reinking, Robert Rizzolo, Benjamin J. Roberts, Clay Loring Roberts, C. Alexander Sears, Colleen Casey Shariat, Patrick Shiffrar, Debbie-Lynn Siegel, Josh Siegel, Bryan Snodgrass, Hunter Lee Soik, Spooky Stevens, Emily Takehara, Qiao Tan, Donna Tegan, Elizabeth Tompkins, Ember Truesdell, Michael Vasquez, Bryce Wagoner, Andrew Zilch, Ray Zimmerman, John Arbuckle, Melissa Binder, Matthew Thomas Blair, Rich Bokides, Stephen Bridgewater, Mark Free Friedlander, Joseph M. Horrigan, Steve Karnes, Terrence Martin, Jennifer Peterson, Timothy Scott Ralston, Linda Sypien, Madison R. Wells, Earl Wiggins|
|Thanks||Dita Von Teese|
|Genres||Action, Adventure, Comedy|
|Companies||Columbia Pictures, Flower Films (II), Tall Trees Productions|
|Languages||English, Mandarin, Spanish|
|Keywords||2000s,ensemble cast,violence,cult film,exploding car|