PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Comedy
A group of Iraq War veterans look to clear their name with the U.S. Military, who suspect the four men of committing a crime for which they were framed.
Bruce Willis was considered for the role of Hannibal Smith.
Sgt. Bosco 'B.A.' Baracus:
WHY WE IN A FALLING TANK?
Capt. 'Howling Mad' Murdock: BECAUSE THE PLANE EXPLODED?
Sgt. Bosco 'B.A.' Baracus: What plane? what, when?
Capt. 'Howling Mad' Murdock: Recently! Reapers shot it down!
Sgt. Bosco 'B.A.' Baracus: Reapers? What reapers?
Capt. 'Howling Mad' Murdock: The same ones that are trying to kill us now!
Sgt. Bosco 'B.A.' Baracus: I blame you, Hannibal!
Capt. 'Howling Mad' Murdock: Technically, we're not flying...
Sgt. Bosco 'B.A.' Baracus: I know, 'cause...
At the beginning of the film Face is shown to be a First Lieutenant, and Murdock is shown to be a Captain. Eight years later they are both in the same pay grade as the beginning of the film. This is highly unlikely (even for Special Forces) since promotion for officers in the US Military happen on a very strict time-line. If Face had been promoted to First Lieutenant the day before the movie took place, after eight years he still would have been promoted to Captain (usually two years after promotion to First Lieutenant at the time of filming), and almost ready for promotion to Major (usually six years after promotion to Captain, at the time of filming). Likewise, Murdock should have been a Major after eight years, and possibly a Lieutenant Colonel (usually within six years of promotion to Major, at the time of filming), depending on how much time he had as a Captain at the beginning of the movie. Hannibal, as a Colonel at the beginning of the film, could conceivably be excused, since United States law limits the number of General Officers who can be on active at any given time, however eight years in the same pay grade is still a long time for a Colonel to go without promotion and stay on active duty.
The The A-Team (1983) theme song plays at the end of the closing credits.
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PHP 13,244,694 (Philippines) (13 June 2010)
$77,222,099 (USA) (16 September 2010)
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