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The A-Team, Movie, 2010 IMDB

Pictures provided by: badlymad, gliffhanger, Alex347_2, antp

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Also known as:

  • El Equipo A (Spain)
  • L'agence tous risques (France)

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Ddey65 US

2010-01-15 04:47

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Well, the prayers of the producer of this movie:
/movie_808180-Bring-Back-The-A-Team.html
... were finally answered.

badlymad CA

2010-01-20 19:00

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Assorted vehicle pictures from the Vancouver set, which was standing in for Frankfurt am Main:

[Image: ateamgermanbus.3158.jpg][Image: 409776633291cae7522fb.3633.jpg][Image: taxiateam.7852.jpg][Image: cars2.3358.jpg][Image: 91004np1cooperbgr14.4164.jpg][Image: 91004np1cooperbgr13.1954.jpg]

Also, a fake Stryker AFV:

[Image: 15937107548042627318040.5428.jpg]

ingo DE

2010-01-20 19:09

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A little bit of misunderstanding: "FF" is Frankfurt/Oder. Frankfurt/Main had "F" on the plates. :D


And very lovely, the idea, that SEK's ("Sondereinsatzkommando") the special forces of the police, are writing it on their cars. :lol:

And why should a taxi from Frankfurt have an advert-sticker of a fitness-gym in Berlin? But "McFit" is a company, which really exists.

-- Last edit: 2010-01-20 19:13:01

tonkaTRACKER US

2010-01-20 19:28

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You can see the US-sized plates (or at least the brackets) under the EU plates on the Police cars in the 5th and 6th thumbnail above :lol:

ingo DE

2010-01-20 19:35

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But I must admit, that the filmmakers took care, to come quite close to the reality. If you compare it with many other movie-scenes, set in Germany. Many of them are just grotesque.

So they have known the newer "BP" (Bundespolizei)-plates for the former BGS (Bundesgrenzschutz - border and railway-patrol) and the fact, that the modern German police-cars are basic silvermetallic. Not white any more, and the blue (former green) police-signs are just tape, not painted any more, because in Germany silvermetallic cars are much better to sell later on, than white cars.

But surely there is no CLS in use as a police-car. The people wouldn't really accept that.

P.S. Am I correct, that on the back of the CLS is written "Polizei 109"? A little mistake: the police-call is 110. :D

-- Last edit: 2010-01-20 19:39:19

Gag Halfrunt UK

2010-01-20 20:18

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Perhaps the graphic designer thought that 110 was a fleet number (i.e. car number 110) and put a different number on each car.

P.S. I wonder which marque the Sprinters come from. Dodge stopped selling the Sprinter at the end of last year, and Mercedes now sell it in North America under their own name.
Link to "www.autoblog.com"

-- Last edit: 2010-01-20 20:31:50

ingo DE

2010-01-20 20:22

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Like on the VW-taxi? There it would be correct - but as a yellow plastic-badge in the back window.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2010-01-21 11:25

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Thanks for those.

In the fifth clip, there's a BMW 3-series coupe with a two-line Swiss rear plate on the front. No-one ever gets Swiss number plates right. :)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4CYQI2SEU-I&feature=related

And ingo will enjoy the cream Volvo with the Frankfurt/Oder (FF) official vehicle plate. :)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3XvQt1lUuQ

And to answer my own question, the Sprinters have Mercedes badges, although they could be fron aftermarket kits. Turning your Dodge or Freightliner Sprinter back into a "real" Mercedes seems to be popular amongst Sprinter owners in the US, and you can buy complete kits with all the badges and other parts required. For example see http://www.sprinterpartsdepot.com/

-- Last edit: 2010-10-30 23:25:06

badlymad CA

2010-01-22 05:23

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Gag Halfrunt wrote
And to answer my own question, the Sprinters have Mercedes badges, although they could be fron aftermarket kits. Turning your Dodge or Freightliner Sprinter back into a "real" Mercedes seems to be popular amongst Sprinter owners in the US, and you can buy complete kits with all the badges and other parts required. For example see http://www.sprinterpartsdepot.com/


Late I suppose, but here are two more set photos of a Mercedes Sprinter and a Volvo 760 GLE:

[Image: 91004np2bielbgr16.4118.jpg][Image: 91004np2bielbgr17.9365.jpg]

Last but not least, the "new" A-Team van (which seems to have an all black paintjob instead of the old grey-black scheme):
[Image: ateamvan.1324.jpg][Image: thenewateamvan1.2176.jpg]


-- Last edit: 2010-01-22 07:57:58

IRT_BMT_IND CA

2010-01-22 06:44

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badlymad wrote Assorted vehicle pictures from the Vancouver set, which was standing in for Frankfurt am Main:

[Image: ateamgermanbus.3158.jpg]

An Orion V in fake European livery? A Final Destination repeat.


-- Last edit: 2010-01-22 15:24:57 (antp)

ingo DE

2010-01-24 13:05

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@IRT_BMT_IND: yes. We don't have them here in regular use.

As I've heard from a guy, who knows Frankfurt/Main, there is no bus-line going to the "Kaiserstra▀e". Maybe someone of the film-team had known this street-name for annother reason: it's the whorehouse-street in Frankfurt. :D

Kowalski

2010-04-02 03:27

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This film will suck and you all damn well know that.

rjluna2 US

2010-04-02 14:12

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You may be right, Kowalski. This will never replace with the classic :D

I may need to suffer watching this s**tty show to see how bad it goes :/

CRAFT372 US

2010-04-02 15:02

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I know no one IL ever replace George Peppards John hannibal Smith Dwight Schultzs howling mad Murdock Mr Ts B.A. Barackus Dirk benedicts Templeton Faceman Peck or the classic 1983 GMC vandura A-Team Van but it can still be a fun movie to watch and the new trailer just arived i just saw it on http://movie-list.com/trailers.php?id=ateam enjoy or shoud i say Da Da Da Da Da Da !!!

-- Last edit: 2010-04-02 17:18:07

stpaulcarguy US

2010-04-23 18:39

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I've got a feeling this movie is going to suck.

CRAFT372 US

2010-04-24 12:45

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Maybe but it is still going to be way better then those Knight Rider movies

stpaulcarguy US

2010-05-02 19:41

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CRAFT372 wrote Maybe but it is still going to be way better then those Knight Rider movies

True, but I think its still going to suck though. I've never seen a movie made off of a T.V. series that was any good.
Exhibit A: Knight Rider movie(s)
Exhibit B: Starsky & Hutch
Exhibit C: Dukes of Hazzard.
and im sure coming soon Exhibit D: The A-Team

benfolio US

2010-06-14 12:40

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It did NOT suck.

wickey SK

2010-06-14 13:59

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I can't wait to see this in cinema :)

jettalover US

2010-06-15 04:39

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It was a pretty good movie, that did nothing to shame the t.v. show. Kept fairly serious tone and did not go the silly, spoof direction that the Starsky and Hutch movie did. It stayed pretty close to the t.v. show , while updating it to current times.

jettalover US

2010-06-15 04:45

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Following the t.v. show source while updating to the current times is what I had hoped the makers of the recent Knight Rider t.v. show would have done. Those knuckleheads changed the Knight Rider formula too much. Or maybe no one was interested in a Knight Rider remake. :think:

CRAFT372 US

2010-06-27 11:51

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Here is what i tought about this movie it was a fun movie with allot of fun action sequences and jokes and Liam Neeson was awsome as John Hannibal Smith and Murdock was aldso potrayed pretty well but Face and B.A. Barackus were not that true to the origenale series so if you ask me it was not near as horrible like all those Knight Rider movies but it cod still have bin better and i wish that the A-Team van had bin used way more because it was onley used in the opening of the movie before WARNING SPOILER !

It was was crushed by a wentilation system I guess it becasue it was to make the movie more realistic because it had bin pretty easy to spot that paticular van if you were on the run from the Police but every thing else in the movie was okay like when The A-Team members actuley kill people and super crappy cgi effects at the end of the movie so here is my meaning it is a pretty fun action movie but it is not that true to the origenale TV series but still way better then most other movies based on old TV series.

-- Last edit: 2010-07-24 23:56:09

Gliffhanger NL

2010-07-11 18:05

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Gag Halfrunt UK

2010-07-11 20:03

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Filmed in Canada.
http://uk.imdb.com/title/tt0093077/

Gliffhanger NL

2010-08-08 23:04

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Its a preview DVD placed in HD. only for things were they sell these dvd. same thing ass with rocky balboa when it came out.

antp BE

2010-10-31 00:02

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I replaced the pictures by HD captures, and added few missing ones. I use the extended cut version, so maybe that some of the vehicles were not visible in the original movie.

Toy cars:
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chicomarx BE

2010-10-31 00:11

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Well, they snubbed Mr. T so I'm not watching either version.

"After the premiere of the film Mr. T allegedly stated that he had become disillusioned and felt the story emphasized sex and violence, and that it was unfaithful to the original series. An attorney for Mr. T later stated that the actor had not yet seen the film and could not comment on it."
:D


CougarTim US

2010-10-31 02:04

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antp wrote
Toy cars:


The sedan looks like a Hot Wheels 1964 Lincoln Continental: http://www.home.railscene.com/garyscars/hw/2009/09_140.JPG


-- Last edit: 2010-10-31 02:04:23

robi DE

2011-07-15 07:32

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By the way, the German title is:

Das A-Team - Der Film

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