- Rated: 4, PG-13
- Website: http://www.ateam-movie.com/
“The A-Team” has finally set the summer afire with the first action packed thrills of the year. Based on the 1980 series The A-Team features a group of Iraq War veterans who work to clear their names after being branded as war criminals for a crime they were framed for. The A-Team is brought on board to enter Baghdad in the hopes of returning plates being used to counterfeit US currency by the billions. After executing there plan and returning to base they realize they have been set up. After a hearing all four men are found guilty and sentenced to serve time in an army based prison.
Hannibal (Liam Neeson) is the leader, the man that always has a plan. From the inside he has been working diligently on proving their innocence in the hopes of saving the reputation of himself and his men. Face (Bradley Cooper) is the charismatic charmer always looking for trouble and finding it so easily. B.A. Baracus (Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson) is the rough tough dude and as his knuckles say he pity’s the fool. Murdock (Sharlto Copley) is the slightly insane ranger who is the scariest pilot I have ever seen.
These four eccentric men make up the A-Team. The plots they devise are outrageous but incredible. The feature film is as loud, fantastic and perfected at making its mark like the 1980’s series. Liam Neeson proves he has what it takes to take the lead in this film. Bradley Cooper offered another womanizing performance that even the females will enjoy. Rampage Jackson pleasantly surprised me with his ability to step outside the octagon from his MMA fighting and prove to be a force to be reckoned with. Finally Sharlto Copley stole many of the scenes with his crazed bewildered eyes. Together these men were entertaining and unstoppable. Every thrilling moment had viewers entertained to the very final scene. “The A-Team” is the first action film this year that will have you sparking up conversation about the explosive antics and nonsense that makes you love it.