Three films featuring all-girl crimebusting trio's. In 'Charlie's Angels' (2000), Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu star as the glamorous crimebusting trio in this big screen adaptation of the hit 1970s TV show. Assigned by their reclusive boss Charlie (voiced by John Forsythe) to investigate the disappearance of Eric Knox, a computer scientist whose revolutionary new invention promises to make him a billionaire, it's not long before the Angels find him hidden away in the headquarters of business rival Roger Corwin. But things are not what they seem and the Angels soon find themselves using their superior Kung Fu skills and state-of-the-art gadgetry in an attempt to foil a cunning revenge plot. In 'Charlie's Angels 2' (2003), the trio are assigned by their reclusive boss Charlie (again voiced by John Forsythe) to find a pair of rings that have been coded to contain all the names on the FBI's Witness Protection Program, after several of the names have turned up dead. Along the way they encounter several foes, namely ex-Angel Madison Lee (Demi Moore), the Thin Man (Crispin Glover) and Dylan's ex, Seamus (Justin Theroux), as well as many reasons to use their high-heels and fighting skills. Watch out for several cameos from the likes of Bruce Willis, the Olsen twins and, original 'Angel', Jaclyn Smith. In 'DOA - Dead Or Alive' (2006), The world's top martial artists are set to compete in an invitational contest on a mysterious island. However, similar to I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here, they are dropped on the island out of a plane and left to make their own way to the fight stage. After a grueling jungle slog, the fighting begins in a series of sudden death rounds. The film version is centred upon four female contestants who, at the start, are set to knock each other out but end up forging an alliance in order to combat an unforeseen obstacle.