The A-Team (2010)

The A-Team (2010)
A group of four military veterans partake on a special assignment. But when things go wrong, the group is framed and takes the fall for the crime of stealing plates used to print counterfeit money. Sentenced to prison, the four, including Hannibal Smith, “Face”, B.A. Baracus and Murdock, escape and take it upon themselves to clear their names with government agents, including Charissa Sosa, in pursuit of them. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “The A-Team”.

• When Face is first show, he is being held captive while wearing a white bathrobe. There are noticeable black marks on the right shoulder of the robe. But in the side view, just before he’s hit in the face, the right shoulder of the bathrobe is clean.

• When Hannibal is listening to a captured Face on the radio, the rear view of Face shows his white bathrobe is off of his shoulders. It cuts to a front view when he says “Do you actually believe…” and the bathrobe is back on his shoulders.

• While they’re trying to get ready to go on the mission to recover the plates, Face walks up to the French journalist and says “Sorry…”. He initially has paper in his right hand. It cuts to a closer view when he says “Hello, I’m…” and a microphone is in his right hand. It’s not there when he swipes her press ID but the microphone is there in the right side view when he asks what bureau she’s from. It’s gone again when the scene cuts to the left side view when he covers his face.

• CAUTION: May Contain Spoilers! At the end, when the group is being handcuffed and put in the vehicle, Charissa Sosa walks over to Face. When she’s telling him “This is really, really wrong…", the soldier behind Face isn’t touching him. When Charissa says she’ll see what she can do to fix it, it cuts to a close-up of Face and the soldier’s left hand is on his right shoulder. The hand is off his shoulder when Charissa says she’s sorry.

“The A-Team” (2010) stars Liam Neeson, Bradley Cooper, Jessica Biel, Quinton Jackson, Sharlto Copley, Patrick Wilson and Gerald McRaney. It runs 117 minutes and is rated PG-13 for intense sequences of action and violence throughout, language and smoking.

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