Charlie's Angels

The best TV-to-movie adaptations ever (including ‘Charlie’s Angels’)

Kristen Stewart (far left), Ella Balinska and Naomi Scott star as the new mystery specialists of “Charlie’s Angels,” the film dependent on the old 1970s activity appear. Here’s the place the activity parody positions among the best TV-to-film adjustments.

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16. “The X-Files: Fight the Future” (1998): It likely doesn’t do a mess for those not previously burrowing David Duchovny’s Mulder and Gillian Anderson’s Scully, yet the first side-project motion picture pulls out all the stops with extending the science fiction arrangement’s folklore.

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15. “Get Smart” (2008): Steve Carell’s blundering spy Maxwell Smart matches the adorable failure vibe of Don Adams from the late ’60s parody, and the big-screen treatment groups Carell up with Anne Hathaway in Barbara Feldon’s Agent 99 job.

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The Naked Gun

14. “The Naked Gun” (1988): The principal “Weapon” depends on the 1982 procedural farce “Police Squad!” and tosses simpleton Frank Drebin (Leslie Nielsen, focus) into the significant job of securing the sovereign (Jeannette Charles) on an illustrious visit.

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13. “Trawl” (1987): In the amigo cop satire follow-up to the 1950s investigator arrangement, Dan Aykroyd (left) assumes the job of straitlaced Joe Friday and Tom Hanks (in his are America’s Dad days) is his carefree man-youngster accomplice Pep Streebeck.

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12. “Charlie’s Angels” (2000): The new manifestation of the 1970s female-fronted group shows up this fall, however, the last film reboot was a style blast with Cameron Diaz (from left), Lucy Liu and Drew Barrymore as its karate-kicking, absolutely glitz young lady squad.

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11. “The Brady Bunch Movie” (1995): The clean as a whistle 1970s family keenly went meta with Brady kids Cindy (Olivia Hack, from left), Jan (Jennifer Elise Cox), Marcia (Christine Taylor), Greg (Christopher Daniel Barnes), Peter (Paul Sutera) and Bobby (Jesse Lee).

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10. “Downton Abbey” (2019): If you’re a devotee of the well known British arrangement, there’s a great deal to adore, including old talk, new connections, the arrival of hard steward Carson (Jim Carter) and even a significant disclosure before its finish.

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9. “Sex and the City: The Movie” (2008): The primary film of the super-famous HBO satire with Charlotte (Kristin Davis, from left), Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Samantha (Kim Cattrall) and Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) concentrated on Carrie at long last wedding Mr. Enormous.

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8. “Charlie’s Angels” (2019): Highly prepared agents Jane (Ella Balinska, left) and Sabina (Kristen Stewart) look furious going covert in author/executive Elizabeth Banks’ activity satire patch up.

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South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut

7. “South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut” (1999): The dirty tricks of those insane animation kids hit movie theaters with an enlivened melodic parody that includes restriction, Canada, Satan, Saddam Hussein, and the source material’s very own discussions.

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6. “The Muppet Movie” (1979): Armed with melodies and silliness to extra, Gonzo (from left), Camilla, Scooter, Fozzie Bear, Miss Piggy and Dr. Teeth from “The Muppet Show” bounced to the film with the metaplot of a cross-country excursion to Hollywood.

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5. “The Fugitive” (1993): With Harrison Ford as a specialist confined for his better half’s homicide and Tommy Lee Jones as the U.S. marshal chasing him down, the spine chiller was so great you overlooked that it was really founded on the 1960s TV dramatization.

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4. “Crucial” (1996): Take a scramble of the old-school spy appear (falling to pieces messages!), hurl in Tom Cruise entering another activity legend period of his profession, and you have the formula for one of the most famous motion picture establishments lately.

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21 Jump Street

3. “21 Jump Street” (2012): A re-try of the campily genuine ’80s cop show about police who look too old be in secondary school filling in as covert understudies highlighted Jonah Hill (right) as the geeky half of the pair and Channing Tatum as his science-tested athlete buddy.

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2. “Star Trek” (2009): The last outskirts needs to space in here someplace since it began on TV. J.J. Abrams’ reviving, “Star Wars”- Esque reboot cast Chris Pine (right) as Captain Kirk and Zachary Quinto as Spock, bringing “Trek” in an immense way.

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1. “The Untouchables” (1987): The life of celebrated Prohibition specialist Eliot Ness was performed in the 1959-63 TV wrongdoing show however best by old fashioned legends Andy Garcia (from left), Sean Connery, Kevin Costner and Charles Martin Smith in the superb hoodlum epic.

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