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The A-Team

Hannibal (Liam Neeson), Face (Bradley Cooper), Murdock (Sharlto Copley) and B.A. (Quinton 'Rampage' Jackson) were members of The A-Team, a unit of the Special Forces. Now they are being incarcerated for a crime they did not commit. Unwilling to accept their fate, the foursome uses their unique skills to clear their names and get revenge on those who framed them. This movie is based on the popular 1980's TV series. Get the movie review and more. »


Overall: C-
Violence: D+
Sexual Content: B-
Language: C-
Drugs/Alcohol: C-
Run Time: 119
Theater Release: 11 Jun 2010
Video Release: 14 Dec 2010
MPAA Rating: PG-13
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Why Is The A-Team Rated PG-13?

Violence: Various guns and assault weapons are used throughout. Many people are shot, some fatally. High amounts of property damage occur. Fistfights between men are frequently depicted. A man forcibly kisses a woman—in return she slaps him and then he kisses her again (but this time she appears to enjoy it). A vehicle is smashed into a room full of people. A bloody injury is shown in explicit detail. Various vehicles and aircraft explode. While watching a bomb hit a building with people inside on a video screen, a person remarks that it "looks like Call of Duty" (referring to the popular video game).

Sex: A couple of sexual remarks are heard (some are derogatory toward women). A man finds a woman’s underwear on his bed, implying a sexual relationship. A man is accused of sleeping with another man’s wife—the woman is happy with the situation. A man and woman share a passionate kiss.

Language: Approximately nine scatological expletives, an interrupted sexual expletive, terms of deity and mild profanities are heard. A sexual finger gesture is seen.

Drugs/Alcohol: A principal protagonist frequently smokes cigars. A man claims he uses antifreeze to marinate meat for a barbeque. A character afraid of flying is frequently given sedatives and injections without his consent. A man takes a drug to induce a death-like seizure so he can escape from prison.

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