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The A-Team Blows Up Blu-Ray December 14th

Sure, the A-Team is cool, but did you know collectively they're explosive? That's why this press release from the fine people over at 20th Century Fox just told me, and I'm inclined to believe them because this about-to-be-released two disc Blu-Ray has a special All-Adrenaline Extended Cut. I support that. Not so much because I think everyone needs to see the A-Team; more because it's getting really hard to come up with exciting, alliterative names for special edition DVDs. I'm pretty sure All-Adrenaline is a new one, which makes it awesome, even though I'm pretty sure if anything was made entirely of adrenaline, it would likely be jailed a short time later. Or test positive for steroids.

Regardless, the A-Team is coming to DVD, Blu-Ray and the digital world, and with over ninety minutes of special features, it's a must have for anyone already planning on buying the A-Team. I was a little too young to have watched The A-Team back when it was on television, but most of my friends' parents seemed to have some nice nostalgic things to say about it. That coupled with slightly-above average reviews mean if you so decide to purchase this film, it's unlikely you will be mocked by people who see it on your DVD shelf.

The A-Team special edition Blu-Ray pities the fool on December 14th. Here's a complete breakdown of everything that will show up with it:

THE A-TEAM 2-Disc Blu-ray Special Features:Disc One:Movie Theatrical VersionExplosive Extended CutThe Devil is in the Details: Inside the Action with Joe CarnahanNever-before-seen Deleted ScenesGag ReelA-Team Theme Mash-Up MontagePlan of AttackCharacter Chronicles: Liam Neeson Bradley Cooper Rampage Jackson Sharlto Copley Jessica BielVisual Effects Commentary with Visual Effects Supervisor James E. PriceDigital Copy “How To”BD-Live ExtrasDisc Two:Digital Copy of THE A-TEAM Theatrical Release

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Mack Rawden

Enthusiastic about Clue, case-of-the-week mysteries, the NBA and cookies at Disney World. Less enthusiastic about the pricing structure of cable, loud noises and Tuesdays.