The A-Team movie

The A-Team has been made into a movie (as if you didn’t know) and is scheduled for release on the 20th of August. The movie stars Liam Neeson as ‘Hannibal’, Bradley Cooper as ‘Face’, Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson as ‘B.A. Baracus’ and our man Sharlto Copely (Wikus van der Merwe from ‘District 9’) as ‘Murdock’. The movie also stars hottie Jessica Biel and judging by the awesomeness below is going to be FiretrUcking excellent.

I used to love watching this show, I had a little toy A-Team van which you could propel forward by hitting a big button. Best. Toy. Ever.

I of course fancied myself as ‘Face’ when playing A-Team with my friends due to the uncanny resemblance. Recently though, I got to see a re-run, it was horrible. So I decided to not watch another one and instead rely on my mostly vague memories of the show. Now however I will have a new and improved version to enjoy and hopefully one day show to Face Jnr.

Making TV shows are all the rage at the moment, so with that in mind, I present to you my list of  ‘Top 10 80’s TV shows I feel should be made into movies’:

  1. MacGyver
  2. Magnum PI
  3. Gummi Bears
  4. Noot vir Noot
  5. Airwolf
  6. Three’s company
  7. Perfect Strangers
  8. The Littlest  Hobo
  9. Murder She Wrote
  10. Duck Tales (woo hoo)

Send us your choices and I will make a complete list and make sure it get’s in the right hands. If you know what I mean and I am sure that you do.

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~ by bowlphilosophy on July 29, 2010.

6 Responses to “The A-Team movie”

  1. re. #! Check out http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqySbDqTGGc

  2. Noot vir Noot???!

  3. […] It looks like Renton’s ‘Top 10 80′s TV shows I feel should be made into movies‘ is edging closer to fruition, in some shape or form. Phil dropped this gem into the Bowl […]

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  5. […] looks like Renton’s ‘Top 10 80′s TV shows I feel should be made into movies‘ is edging closer to fruition, in some shape or form. Phil dropped this gem into the Bowl […]

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