The action in this movie was so amazing that all you could do is shake your head, smile and look at your friends as if to say, "Did that just happen?". Most of the action was definitely unrealistic but that didn't matter because all you could think of at the time was how incredible the scenes were.
The lines in this movie are for the most part belly splitting hilarious breath-takers (especially Murdock's character), which really makes the movie that much better.
I loved how each actor brought the characters back. Liam Neeson aka Oskar Schindler made a really good Hannibal, he is a good actor in general so he sold it well, although we don't see much of his master of disguise moments. Bradley Cooper made a good Face because obviously even though I am a guy I do think he is Brad Pittish, he is a funny dude and the movie really dove deep into his womanizing characteristic. The District 9 actor, Sharlto Copley, made a good Murdock because he really sold his eccentricity. Finally that brings me to Rampage, who was burdened to play the shows breakout character, BA Baracus. Rampage is surprisingly a solid actor, he managed to get some mannerisms down but sadly he could never be Mr. T, thus he gave us his own version which I liked.
The story in the movie was pretty good, although I can see how a few people could find it to be poor. The A-Team requires no brain power to watch and most will probably say that this is a problem. The thing is that this movie wasn't made to make you think, it was made to entertain the viewer with awesome action scenes.
And the final decision is that, The A-Team makes you say "WOW!!!" instead of "Hmm".
4.5 / 5