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.
The name tag of one of the judges that sentences the team reads "Carnahan", a reference to Director Joe Carnahan.
Capt. Charisa Sosa:
The only thing I remember is leaving, which is my fondest memory of you.
There are numerous errors in the use of automobile airbags in the film. Contrary to the dialogue about them, they do not "fire on impact," but are triggered electrically by a computer responding to external deceleration sensors. Simply attaching loose airbags to any object, without a controller or power supply, will not enable them to fire later.
They are also vented to cushion the impact and prevent bounce-back of a person hitting them, meaning that they deflate almost immediately. Even if they did not, their inflated volume would be nowhere near enough to provide buoyancy to any kind of a vehicle in water.
The film's theatrical release features two out-of-place scenes after the closing credits, featuring two of the original The A-Team (1983):
UK theatrical version was cut to achieve a "12A" rating.
English, Spanish, French, Swahili, German
PHP 13,244,694 (Philippines) (13 June 2010)
$77,222,099 (USA) (16 September 2010)
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