Ultrasoundwave wrote:But it's still a very bad film in so, so many ways.Deckard1 wrote:True, maybe i worded it poorly, my point was that a lot of people seemed to go into it expecting some sort of Oscar-winning material.Ultrasoundwave wrote:Wait a minute mate, you only got shit because you came in saying "Uh anyone who can't switch their brain of and enjoy the A-Team is a moron"
Be warned :
If you have the sheer audacity to enjoy a movie that the 'brain trust' thought was shit, that automatically makes you a retardrapistkiddyfiddlercuntgobshite.
Tread carefully. Dont admit to enjoying anything and, whatever you do, always watch high-brow black and white subtitled movies - NEVER watch popcorn movies.
I think a lot of people forgot that the movie was based on a TV series where, on a weekly basis, the A team would :
- build a car in 5 minutes out of wood and old toilet seats
- fire hundreds of rounds of ammunition and not hit anyone
- Crash their van, flip it 5 times, then drive away unscathed
The show was known for its "cartoon violence", which they carried over to the movie.
I never said it was "TEH BEST FILM OF ALL TIMEZ!!??!!", i simply enjoyed it the same way i enjoyed the TV series. Its a 3/5 enjoyable, OTT movie, nothing more.
Look at something like Ocean's 11 - whatever it's flaws it's a hugely slick, enjoyable, caper with excellent repartee between the characters, a real sense of 'team' coming together and delivering against the odds.
Take that formula and apply it to the A-Team and you'd be on to a winner.
As it was it was souless, empty, crass, lacking in wit, style or character.