The A-Team

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20th Century Fox Released 2010

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Director:
Joe Carnahan
Released:
2010
Rating:
PG-13

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.

Metacritic Score

  • 70

    Variety Brian Lowry

    Best enjoyed (a la the "Mission: Impossible" franchise) by simply admiring the explosions and silliness without dwelling too much on the skeletal plot.

  • 40

    The New York Times Manohla Dargis

    The obstacle that the director Joe Carnahan and his colleagues failed to clear was finding the right self-mocking tone for a movie that was, by the looks of it, too expensive to ri...

  • 40

    Los Angeles Times Kenneth Turan

    An underwhelming experience. I pity the fool, as TV star Mr. T might say, who mistakes this for genuine entertainment.

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      • Production budget - $110,000,000
        Domestic gross - $77,222,099 (45th)
        Worldwide gross - $177,238,796 (40th)

      • Other production companies:
        Dune Entertainment
        Stephen J. Cannell Productions
        Top Cow Productions
        Scott Free Productions
        Big Screen Productions
        Ingenious Film Partners
        Phoenix Film Partners

      • Filming locations:
        Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
        Ashcroft, British Columbia, Canada
        Cache Creek, British Columbia, Canada
        Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada
        Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada
        Mammoth Studios, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
        Norway
        Ovaltine Cafe, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
        Riverview Hospital, Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada
        Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

      • Tagline:
        There Is No Plan B.

      • Music:
        The A-Team (Theme)

        Written by Mike Post and Pete Carpenter
        House Of Pain
        Written by Game and Aldrin Davis
        Performed by Game
        Shut Up
        feat. Duece Poppi of 24Karatz, Trina, C.O. of Tre+6
        Written by Trick Daddy, Lasana Smith, Trina and Corey Evans
        Performed by Trick Daddy
        Trio Para Enamorados (Trio For Lovers)
        Written by Jorge Calandrelli
        You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)
        Written by Pete Burns, Steve Coy, Tim Lever and Mike Percy
        Sung onscreen by Sharlto Copley
        A-Team Blastoff Suite
        Composed and Performed by Tom Morello
        I Got Mine
        Written by Daniel Q. Auerbach and Patrick J. Carney
        Performed by The Black Keys
        I've Been Lonely For So Long
        Written by Posie Knight and Jerry Weaver
        Performed by Frederick Knight
        Sung onscreen by C. Ernst Harth
        The Washington Post March
        Written by John Philip Sousa
        I Don't Want To Change Your Mind
        Written by James Kalamasz and Danny Kirsic
        Performed by The Wildlife Band
        My Girl Has Rosenmand
        Written by Johannes Brahms
        Performed by Peter Schreier & Konrad Ragossnig
        Little Drummer Boy
        Written by Harry Simeone, Katherine Davis and Henry Onorati
        Anarchy In The UK (Guitar Hero Version)
        Written by Glen Matlock, Paul Cook, Steve Jones and John Lydon
        Performed by The Sex Pistols
        The A-Team (Theme)
        Written by Mike Post and Pete Carpenter
        Performed by The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra
        I Ran 6 Miles
        Written and Performed by Gary Sredzienski
        Reelin' In The Years
        Written by Walter Becker and Donald Fagen

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    Themes

    epic journey, odd jobs, adrenaline junkies, retiree called for 1 more job, flashbacks