Charlie's Angels is about three fierce women who work as private investigators for a guy named Charlie. All three of them fulfill different missions and bring justice to all kinds of battles and fights. Charlie talks to them through a phone, and all three of them have not seen him in person. All three of the angels are asked to find a software genius whom was reportedly kidnapped, and Charlie asks his angels if they can find out who kidnapped the genius and how to get him back to safety. Eric Knox is the guy who is kidnapped. He created a revolutionary idea where people are recognized by their voices. He owns his own company titled Knox Enterprises.
They soon find a man caught on tape during the kidnapping of Knox in person, and after discovering kidnapped Genius Knox, they wondered if the kidnapper stole his voice-recognition system. After several different things take place in the story, they soon find out that Know had faked the entire kidnapping, trapping the angels in an oblivious bind.
Knox ends up kidnapping the angels' assistant, Bosley, and he intends to use the right technology combined with his great software to track down Charlie whom he believes killed his Father. The entire kidnapping proposition was used to get Charlie to help him in order to place revenge on him since he thought that he killed his Father. After several fights, the angels find their way back to safety and get back to their office.
They soon realized that they couldn't end up staying in the mentality that they needed to help every single little person. They struggled with pain, difficulty, and plenty of stress when they realized that the person which they helped was originally the person who was after them and boss.
Charlie's Angels is a film that portrays the similar concept of the original television series back in the 70's. The exact concept was brought to life well with this film, and you will find that the second part was made to complement this story.