Released in 2010, The A-Team is a US action movie based on a TV series with the same name. The film features a star-studded crew including Liam Neeson, Bradley Cooper, Quinton Jackson, Sharlito Copley, and Jessica Biel. The production cost summed up to $110 million while its box office premier was able to gross $177,240,000. The movie runs approximately 117 minutes.
The plot starts with John Smith aka Hannibal is held prisoner in a warehouse in Mexico by 2 law enforcement personnel working for a renegade General. The 2 officers execute Hannibal by attempting to feed him to the dogs. Hannibal escapes and runs to save his comrade named Templeton Peck aka Faceman who is also currently held prisoner at the renegade General's ranch. Faceman is threatened to be burned alive by the general, but in the nick of time, he is saved by Hannibal who happens to have hitched a ride with a fellow A-Team member named Ranger Baracus aka BA.
Pursued by the general and his men, the three former US Special Forces members stop at a local military hospital to find a deranged pilot named HM Murdock aka Howling Mad. They finally leave the military hospital through the emergency medical helicopter, but is still pursued by the general who is also in his helicopter. Murdock performs some crazy maneuvers while in the air to escape the heat-seeking missiles targeting them. The dogfight ends when they manage to lure the enemy's helicopter into US territory wherein the chopper is immediately fired upon and terminated.
Years after, the team is found to be relaxing in a military base in Iraq. Hannibal is contacted by a CIA operative named Lynch, who gives them a covert mission to retrieve a set of treasury plates and around $1 billion from Iraqi terrorists who are planning to extract it from Baghdad. The team successfully recovers the plates, yet as they return back to camp, the recovered money along with Morrison, Hannibal's commanding officer who approved of their covert mission, gets blown up. Hannibal immediately realizes they have been set up by Brock Pipe, who works for a private security company named Black Forest.