Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that The A-Team is a tribute to the classic '80s television series and as such includes a lot of amped up gun violence, chase scenes, and explosions. The language is typical of a PG-13 action flick, with "s--t" being the most common word; there are a couple of "mother... f--kers" that are interrupted by explosions. "Face," the character played by a muscle-bound Bradley Cooper, is a ladies man whose exploits are mentioned, plus he's seen engaging in two passionate kisses. Hannibal smokes his signature cigars, and the team enjoys an occasional drink.
Face (Bradley Cooper) is the stud of the A-Team and is shown several times with his shirt off. The movie starts with Face being punished for having an affair with a powerful man's wife. Some cleavage. Two passionate kisses, plus some sexual tension.
Many, many explosions, shoot-outs, fake deaths, risky escapes, and chase scenes. There's definitely a body count, mostly by fire, explosions, or gunshots though no gore and most death happens offscreen.
The most common offender is "s--t," with "bitch," "ass," "damn," and milder words ("hell") also thrown into the mix. "Alpha Mike Foxtrot" is said a few times, which stands for "Adios Mother F---er," which is also heard, though an explosion or some other loud noise covers up the last part of the word each time it's said. Also a few uses of "God" as exclamations.
Although there are positive themes about loyalty to one's military and country, the A-Team is ultimately betrayed by both. They become "soldiers of fortune" working outside the law, but on the other hand, they try to do "good" and clear their names. Violence is shown as necessary.
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Drugs / Tobacco /
A few of the A-Team members are shown with a drink in hand, and Hannibal smokes cigars throughout.