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Charlie's Angels - Sleeveless?
Remember the part in the movie when The Angels and Bosley go to that party (Bosley is referred to as "John David (J.D.) Rage" the self-help guru)? As you may recall, Lucy Liu and Drew Barrymore (Alex and Dylan) enter wearing two stunning evening gowns. Alex's was strapless and Dylan's was an off the shoulder gown. When Alex finds the "creepy thin man" and pursues him, he flees. Just after Alex says "Why do they always run?", they rush down a flight of stairs, flinging dresses and wigs aside. When they get to the next scene, when they meet up with the thin man, Alex and Dylan sport sassy leather outfits, full length sleeves and pants. These outfits appear to be FAR too tight to be pulled up and slipped on, especially when they are running. Someone should FIRE that costume director!! :-)
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Brandy on 06-12-2001
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Gizzy writes:
It's Charlies Angels! They're allowed to do that.
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KC writes:
If you people knew anything at all about superhero or action movies you would know that the heroes (or heroins) can do anything. It's not meant to be realistic and shouldn't be questioned. This is also not a slip up because they did it on purpose. It was supposed to be "amazing" not realistic and they just didn't realize they made the costumes that way.
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octus writes:
Fire the costume director??? Have you actually seen the movie? It's not the stunning dialogue that attracted me to the movie. That slip up combined two rather tasty sets of outfits. My two cents.
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Kris writes:
If you took the time to think about it properly, it wasn't impossible for them to have been wearing the suits under the dresses. The dresses were long enough for them to have folded the suits down BELOW THEIR WAIST, so even then they could wear the tight top part of their gowns.
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MandyMoon writes:
Yes! I noticed this too. They are angels, I guess they can do anything! ;-)
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Ba-da-bing! writes:
These are Charlie's Angels, they're capable of that, all of the other impossibles in that movie. They could easily do that and way way more.
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Meredith writes:
Actually there is a scene in there when the girls are shown tearing off their dresses while running down the stairs, underneath the dresses they already had their tight black suits on. It's shown in slow-mo, I believe.
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ShimmerStar00 writes:
Doing this adds to the 'super hero is fast as lightning' effect. I think it was done on purpose to show that the girls are always ready.
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CooKiEm0nStEr857 writes:
they were wearing it under their gowns except for the top
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Flamingo85 writes:
I spotted this slip-up last night while watching this for the first time. My sister says they had the black suits on underneath the dresses, but like you said, there's no way it would've fit with the gowns being so form-fitting! What does Hollywood mistake us for?!
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monkeymouse writes:
If you were watching, you see that the dress gets pulled off revealing the outfit.
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stormyreneehonesty writes:
Maybe Dylan and Alex (Drew and Lucy) were wearing dresses with skin colored cloth that covers the suits.
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