First is the cast. All the cast members know what their character's personalities are like and mimic them perfectly. Almost every time when the camera is focused on the fabulous four, there is always something comedy- like going on. The screenplay is so well thought out, one could almost think that it was taken from an actual A-Team episode back in the 80's.
|Templeton "Face" Peck (Cooper) &|
Hannibal Smith (Neeson)
|Cpt. James "Howling Mad" Murdock (Copley)|
& B.A. Baracus (Jackson)
The other thing that makes this movie great is the way the action sequences were executed. The action sequences may not be realistic or probable but they are ultimately creative in every sense. I don't recall watching a movie where a group uses a tank to soften their landing into a fishing bay. It's an interesting & exciting concept.
To put it into perspective, Joe Carnahan's version of The A-Team is well put together and full of energy. The cast captures the spirit and personalities of the 80's TV Show characters. To finish it off the plot gives a modernized twist on its original story, which makes it all the more fun to watch.
Points Earned --> 10:10