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The A-Team 2010

A group of Iraq War veterans looks to clear their name with the U.S. military, who suspect the four men of committing a crime for which they were framed.

Starring:
Liam Neeson, Bradley Cooper
Runtime:
1 hour, 58 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Action & Adventure, Comedy
Director Joe Carnahan
Starring Liam Neeson, Bradley Cooper
Supporting actors Jessica Biel, Quinton 'Rampage' Jackson, Sharlto Copley, Patrick Wilson, Gerald McRaney, Henry Czerny, Yul Vazquez, Brian Bloom, Maury Sterling, Terry Chen, Omari Hardwick, David Hugghins, Jacob Blair, Rad Daly, Kyle Riefsnyder, Andrew Coghlan, James O'Sullivan, C. Ernst Harth
Studio Twentieth Century Fox
BBFC rating Suitable for 12 years and over
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Format: DVD
Okay, this is a movie about the A-Team so I didn't expect too much. I was very pleased with the movie. The A-Team forms in Mexico where their vacation activities include getting tied up, being beaten in the face, and loving it. After the team is formed and Mexico ravaged, we flash 8 years to the future where they are in Iraq. There are some missing counterfeit printing plates that the US government wants. The CIA, Black Forest (Black Water), the regular army, and the A-Team all go after the same plates (actually all it would have taken was one predator drone) and they are in competition with each other to get the plates as opposed to working together.

The A-Team recovers the plates, however in a mishap they are stolen and the A-Team all go to jail. Later, the CIA wanting to recover the plates aids the A-Team in escaping from prison. Working as fugitives, our Team goes after the plates having to battle various factions.

The movie is action filled. The dialouge is crisp and fun. Character building is light, as there is an assumption you know these people. The plot twists are minor go the movie isn't confusing.
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By PJ Rankine TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 4 Aug. 2010
Format: DVD
I'm old enough to remember the original series and it was typical American gung-ho mass produced tv. This however is an exciting and fun re-visit to the theme and everything 'The Losers' could have been. Liam Neeson seems to be in every film I watch at the moment but as he proved in 'Taken' he is a believable action hero and does a fine job as Hannibal Smith, leader of the A Team. If comparisons have to be drawn then the only letdown for me was Quinton Jackson as BA Baracus but only because Mr T was such an iconic figure as proven by his re-appearance in the Snickers ads, bet you wouldn't recognise the rest of the team so easily. Overall this is 80 minutes or so of enjoyable adventure with lots of fireworks and stunts and just what the doctor ordered for a dull Sunday afternoon, pass the popcorn!
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The big screen adaptation of the eighties TV show ‘The A-team’ feels like it’s been in production ever since the series started. Every big name actor in the business seems to have been linked to one of the four central parts at some stage. So, when the casting was finally settled, it was never destined to please everyone. However, I think they did a pretty good job.

You don’t need to know much about the TV series to watch the film. It’s all explained as if it’s new. A group of elite U.S. soldiers are framed for a crime they did not commit and are forced to go on the run in order to prove their innocence. All four cast members do pretty good jobs at keeping all character traits in line with their small screen counterparts, while, at the same time, putting enough in it of themselves. However, it’s actually the ‘least used’ of the four, Sharlto Copley as ‘Howling Mad’ Murdoch who steals every scene.

If you’re seriously considering watching The A-team then you need to be okay with action that’s slightly more ‘tongue-in-cheek.’ The ‘Bourne’ films and Daniel Craig’s stint as Bond have got people used to ‘serious’ action again. The A-team is keeping with possibly the eighties/early nineties where the action scenes were pretty over the top and unbelievable, but, if you’re okay with that, you should just enjoy the daftness and break open the popcorn.

Unlike the TV show ‘Face’ gets a ‘love interest’ in the form of Jessica Biel. This is the main area of the film that seems a little forced, but, with any major theatrical release, they seem to feel the need for some sort of relationship to be put forward.

Don’t expect a great intellectual thriller with plenty of twists and turns. Just settle down and put your brain on hold. You won’t need it for the A-team. And, if you’ve never seen someone ‘fly’ a tank, you will have after you’ve watched this (it made me laugh).
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'The A-Team' is an action film based on the television series of the same name. The movie released in 2010 to mixed reviews both from critics and the original cast. The film was a moderate box-office success, performing below expectations.

First of all, the name of the television series/film comes from "A-Teams (consists of Special Forces Military Officers)", the nickname given to Operational Detachments Alpha (ODA) in the Vietnam War. The series was of the action-adventure genre and was an international hit, which surprised the makers who didn't expect it to be a success. The show ran for five seasons on the NBC television network, from 1983 to 1986 for a total of 98 episodes, during which it gained cult-status. The series was cancelled during the fifth season, after the thirteenth episode due to falling television ratings. The show starred George Peppard as Colonel John "Hannibal" Smith, Dirk Benedict as First Lieutenant Templeton "Faceman" Peck, Dwight Schultz as Captain H.M. "Howling Mad" Murdock and Laurence Tureaud (aka Mr. T) as Master Sergeant Bosco Albert ("B.A.") Baracus. Out of the lead cast, Mr. T's portrayal became an instant hit making him a worldwide cult icon. He's still to this day reaping the benefits of his popularity.

The film centres around The A-Team (consists of Liam Neeson, Bradley Cooper, Quinton Jackson, and Sharlto Copley), an elite army team who after being falsely prisoned, attempt to clear their names.

The start of the movie, although a bit rushed, is rapid with exciting full-throttle action, which is maintained until the end. The main characters all get worthy introductions and we get to to see how 'The A-Team' comes together. The feature progresses with some gripping moments, fine twists and funny one-liners from the lead cast.
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