PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Comedy
The Angels investigate a series of murders which occur after the theft of a witness protection profile database.
This was a monumental comedown for Demi Moore, who just seven years earlier had been the highest-paid actress in movies. The role of Madison Lee was little more than an extended cameo; it was only a "comeback" in the sense that Moore hadn't appeared onscreen since Passion of Mind (2000), and nothing before that since Deconstructing Harry (1997) and G.I. Jane (1997).
I'm not going anywhere near no dead bodies!
At the high school reunion when Natalie is peeing in the men's restroom she smiles showing an orthodontic wire on her teeth, later on the dance scene she smiles again, and the wire is gone.
Outtakes and a scene in which the Angels are washing a car in a sexy way are shown during the credits.
The UK cinema version was cut by three seconds (sight and sound of a head-butt to Dylan) to secure a more commercial '12A' rating. Furthermore, the unrated DVD edition widely available elsewhere could not be released in the UK at the time, as it would require being upgraded to a '15' rating, and BBFC policy would then not allow two versions of the same film with different ratings. In short, the UK DVD release is the cut, theatrical version without the extra scenes present in the unrated version.
English, Mandarin, Spanish
$349,462 (Switzerland) (27 June 2003)
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