The A-Team Reviews

July 6, 2010
No oneâ(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?
July 6, 2010
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.
June 18, 2010
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.
June 14, 2010
I was not charmed by it.
June 11, 2010
Heavy on biceps and aggression and -- crucially -- the zinging chemistry between its four leads
June 11, 2010
The A-Team is utterly convinced of its own lovability even as it strains our credibility, abuses our patience, and punishes our eardrums.
June 11, 2010
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.
June 11, 2010
The A-Team is so busy trying to connect with the audience's hearts, minds and wallets that it never quite connects with itself.
June 11, 2010
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.
June 11, 2010
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?