The A-Team

Critic Score

47%

User Score

66%
In theaters Jun 11, 2010
PG-13, 1 hr. 59 min.

Trailer

Movie Info

Synopsis: Director Joe Carnahan resurrects the popular 1980s-era action series with this explosive reboot following the adventures of four Iraq War veterans who begin a second career as mercenaries for hire.
Director: Joe Carnahan
Rated: PG-13
Running Time: 1 hr. 59 min.
Genre: Action & Adventure, Comedy
Theater Release: Jun 11, 2010
DVD Release: Dec 14, 2010

Cast

Liam Neeson

Hannibal Smith
Bradley Cooper

Templeton 'Faceman' ...
Sharlto Copley

H.M. 'Howlin' Mad' M...
Jessica Biel

Charissa Sosa
Gerald McRaney

General Morrison
Henry Czerny

Director McCready
Yul Vzquez

General Javier Tuco

Critic Reviews

Consensus: For better and for worse, Joe Carnahan's big-screen version of The A-Team captures the superficial, noisy spirit of the TV series.
  • No one(TM)s coming to a big-screen version of the lunkheaded TV show expecting The Hurt Locker. But would it have killed the editors to let a single shot breathe for more than two seconds? More...
  • Had the action sequences been better framed and presented, this might have been one of the summer's mindless high points. As it is, it's a passable diversion. More...
  • Let's just be thankful that Carnahan, instead of redoing "The A-Team," didn't remake "Gandhi." The Ganges would have run red. Pacifism is for wussies. More...
  • I was not charmed by it. More...
  • The A-Team is utterly convinced of its own lovability even as it strains our credibility, abuses our patience, and punishes our eardrums. More...
  • To the old box-office maxim that trite makes right, a fresh corollary must be attached: Chaos is the new order, and ugly the new beautiful. More...
  • The A-Team is so busy trying to connect with the audience's hearts, minds and wallets that it never quite connects with itself. More...
  • Nothing - not the characters, not their stories and certainly not their violence - is meant to register deeply. Their words and worlds are disposable; it's no wonder they fade so fast. More...
  • The toss-away jokes? Who cares? The idea that B.A. Baracus becomes a peacenik in the middle of the film? Who cares? The ending's complete lack of resolution? Who cares? More...
  • This team may have given itself an A, but viewers likely won't be so generous. More...

User Reviews

  • This was a lot of fun. The actors they chose to do the different parts were actually very well casted. The ridiculous over the top fun that was the...
  • This television-series-adaption is nothing but action, explosions, bland storylines and cliched humor. It does possess a strikingly strong cast of...
  • If you loved the 80's A-Team TV series you will love this movie. Corny lines, impossible missions, it's got it all. It shows how the team formed and...
  • An explosive, stylish, outrageous and exhilarating action thrill-ride. A smart, thrilling, wickedly funny and adrenaline-pumping action-packed...
  • Yet another action movie that flips off the laws of physics then shoots at them from a falling tank. If you rented this hoping for an in-depth, novel...
  • Four Air Force Rangers become a covert special ops team but when they are framed for theft and murder they break out of prison to clear their names. I...
  • I have never watched a single episode of the A-team, but a movie should be enjoyable regardless of whether a person has watched the show or not. This...
  • One of the very few summer movies of 2010, alongside Iron Man 2, that I actually enjoyed. I originally had no intention of seeing this, but there was...
  • Pretty fun. Not nearly as violent as I thought, or the original actors made out it was. Clever directing, and good transition of plots from old to...
  • A great film. My favourite part being 'You spin me right round' A must see! Bradley Cooper with his shirt off. You can't miss that!