Not Stimulating, The A-Team Still Gets a "B"
- Friday, June 11, 2010
- Language/Profanity: The Lord's name ("Jesus Christ") is used once. The mildly coarse language is used minimally—he--, sh--, d--n—and is often lost amid the fast-paced action. At times it can be undetectable if one is not listening closely.
- Smoking/Drinking/Drugs: Hannibal smokes a cigar, often as a celebration of a successful mission. There is one example of the team having one drink before a mission—but no excessive drinking.
- Nudity: None.
- Sex/Sexual situations: Sexuality is suggested in reference to Face and assorted women. But it's done in passing and never featured as an integral part of the story. Sexuality is very incidental, except at the film's beginning, when a corrupt Mexican official accuses Face of adultery with his wife. But this is never verified and could be explained as a false accusation.
Mild Violence: The violence in this film is mild in comparison to other action/adventure films. It's tempered and used only as a necessary action element. There are a few fist fights, deaths by gunfire, and explosions that kill enemies. But no blood or close-ups of death are ever shown. Moreover, dialogue questions the use of violence, which is ultimately shown as something that should be used only in the most dire of circumstances or in order to save a life.
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