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The A-Team: Extended Explosive Edition

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The A-Team: Extended Explosive Edition

The A-Team: Extended Explosive Edition Customer Reviews

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The A Team

4

Much better than I expected, well cast, action fun and well worth a watch.

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Excellent

5

Excellent release, a triple play! Even for my ipad! That's what I am calling service. The picture is grainy as it should be, the sound is cool. I recommend this for all the people they like good action movies with all the fun. The movie is over 2 hours, but no second is boring. I really liked the extras, deleted scenes are great and it will show you some background information. Also the Hungarian subtitle is included for this part too. Ah, and you will receive the theatrical and the extended version! Just great! You won't regret!

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The A-Team: Extended Explosive Edition

4

if you do not like this movie you really do take yourself too seriously! it is a JOKE and that is what makes it great! The real bonus was the extra disc so I can have a copy on my laptop/ipad now that is something the listing should have told me about as it is great! infuture will be looking out for movies with a portable device version included in the price!

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Not the old A-Team but cool

4

This is a good film, much better than Joe Carnahan previous kind-of-serious-but-not-really actioner (Smoking Aces). The actors have good chemistry and you'll laugh often. BUT be aware that this is not your old kids-friendly A-Team. They kill people, and they are very happy about it, in a fist-pumping way.

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Classic 80`s fun

4

Leave the phone of the hook, detach your brain & sit back for some over the top action. Captures the feel of the 80`s classic series perfectly.

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The A-Team: Extended Explosive Edition

5

This site is very good. I really like. Pretty cheap products! Best regards.

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The A-TEAM

5

The A-Team: Extended Explosive Edition. Totally Extended Explosive Edition! Five Star, Full Pack Action Movie! Highly Recommended.

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Action packed.

4

What can I say about this film it`s everything you would expect from the 80`s classic TV series. Detach your brain sit back & enjoy the explosive ride.

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A Team

4

From a nostalgia point of view , I thought it was fantastic, making many nods to the original series and not deviating from the original formula. Very tongue in cheek and some great set pieces. The quality of the Blu ray is as good as can be expected. Good fun.

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A TEAM

5

The re-imagining of this all-American action adventure TV series from the 80s, about soldiers of fortune on the run from the military for crimes they didn't commit, got a warm welcome on the big-screen with box-office takings of around $176M. Will it get the same reception on Blu-ray and DVD? Well the quality of the Blu-ray transfer is excellent boasting bright, clean, colourful and sharp images that virtually leap off the screen. The extras are impressive too with a decent commentary featuring cast and crew as well as deleted scenes, some very funny outtakes (including the Orange Wednesday spoofs) and plenty of ‘making of’ footage. The Blu-ray pack also includes both DVD and digital versions of the film as well, so this is a decent value-for-money combi-pack offering. Created by writers and producers Frank Lupo and Stephen J. Cannell, The A Team is one of the best known and best loved TV series of the 80s. There were five seasons in all that ran between 1983 and 1986 and a total of 98 episodes. The character of B.A. Baracus is still quoted today on school playgrounds (and in offices everywhere) but it was in the UK that the show really found its core audience. In fact it was not as popular as expected in the US. With its distinctive theme tune, its weekly montages of B.A. fashioning some sort of armoured vehicle out of an old car and scrap parts, as well as its well-worn catchphrases – from Hannibal’s “I love it when a plan comes together" to B.A.’s "I pity the fool” and “I ain't getting on no plane, sucker!", The A Team was always going to find a loving audience. This latest update is a cutely-scripted, respectful homage to the TV show and despite a few small changes – yes, unlike in the TV show people do get killed (times have changed, contemporary audiences simply wouldn’t buy the sort of madcap gun battles that featured in the original show) – it still feels very much like The A Team. It’s also, for the most part, well directed and well paced, despite a slightly longer than average running time the film will hold audience attention from start to finish. As for the increased level of violence, yes there is a lot more, but it remains fairly sanitised, albeit is severely pumped up and soaked in adrenaline. And if the action scenes do get a bit daft (which they do, towards the end) then I still believe that it remains true to the spirit of the original show. It’s just the sort of hyper-kinetic action that audiences seem to want these days. The central cast of Liam Neeson, Bradley Cooper, Quinton Jackson and Sharlto Copley all do an admirable job of bringing their characters to life and making them their own inventions whilst also deferentially tipping their hats to the original actors that played the roles in the TV series – two of whom – Dirk Benedict and Dwight Schultz have a brief cameo at the end of the credits. So, if you have a Friday evening to fill, if no one else can help, and if you can find a Blockbuster store, maybe you can hire The A-Team.

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