Rated PG-13 · 119 minutes · 2010

Action, Adventure
Joe Carnahan’s big-screen adaptation of the ’80s TV series doesn’t work, and that’s a shame, because he’s assembled a good cast to re-create the roles, including Liam Neeson, Bradley Cooper, Sharlto Copley and Quinton “Rampage” Jackson. While the cast looks the part, and some sequences are amusing, the film has no real sense of purpose, boasting an aimless plot that fails to engage. Every time the movie tries to have fun, it gets mired down in mundane dialogue. If there are further installments in this franchise, somebody needs to come up with a way to provide better, more bouncy material for these characters. One should not be bored at a movie involving The A-Team.
Official Site: www.ateam-movie.com
Director: Joe Carnahan
Producer: Jules Daly, Alex Young, Iain Smith, Stephen J. Cannell, Spike Seldin, Tony Scott, Ridley Scott, Marc Silvestri and Ross Fanger
Cast: Liam Neeson, Bradley Cooper, Jessica Biel, Quinton ``Rampage'' Jackson, Sharlto Copley, Patrick Wilson, Gerald McRaney, Henry Czerny, Yul Vázquez, Brian Bloom, Maury Sterling, Omari Hardwick, Terry Chen and David Hugghins


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The Coast Halifax The A-Team doesn't need plan B Attempting to fly a tank seals the deal for this can-do flick. by Hillary Titley 06/17/2010
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