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Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
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PLOT: With New York City in a panic due to the evil activities of The Foot Clan, reporter April O'Neil (Megan Fox) risks her career and her life to discover the identities of a masked foursome who may be the city's only hope: the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles!

REVIEW: If you're between the ages of 25 and 35, it's pretty much a given that you grew up playing with Ninja Turtles. For awhile – in the late-eighties/early-nineties – they were everywhere. There were the toys, the cartoon show, the comics, the movies, heck, the even had they own rock tour (the “coming out of our shells” tour). Now, Turtle Power is back and mixed in with a healthy dose of Michael Bay-hem to bring the franchise to the kids of the generation who originally grew up with the toys. Cowabunga?

Yeah, not so much. Fact is, TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES is a tough movie to review. Sure, the original Jim Henson-assisted movies had their charm, but take away the nostalgia, and are any of them good movies? They were made to sell toys, and the same goes for this. People who like the TRANSFORMERS films will no doubt flock to see this, as it's pretty much the same movie, only replace the robots with wisecracking Ninja Turtles. They're pretty much interchangeable, although at least TMNT doesn't clock in at nearly three hours (instead running a more manageable two).

While Bay didn't direct this (with BATTLE: LOS ANGELES' Jonathan Liebesman at the helm), it still has his fingerprints all over it. The franchise has been given a heavy dose of PG-13 level testosterone, with this being a way more violent take on the Turtles than you'd expect. Instead of being ninjas, the Foot Clan are now two-dimensional paramilitary types, packing heavy duty firepower (although luckily shells are bulletproof here). The Shredder himself is a blade-shooting behemoth, looking almost exactly like the Silver Samurai from last year's THE WOLVERINE. But hey, that was a whole year ago. Who remembers that?

The Turtles themselves have survived the move into the 21st century relatively intact. No, they're not aliens. Their origin is relatively close to what it was in the old movies/TV show, given a bit of a high-tech bio-research spin. Their personalities are like they were on the show, with Leonardo (voiced by a surprisingly low-key Johnny Knoxville) being the serious leader, Donatello the brainy one (here he's a hacker, and wears hipster glasses that are taped up in the middle), Raphael the rebel (with a pair of wrap-around shades perched on his head just so you know he's cool), and Michelangelo the funny one. Considering how awful some of the TRANSFORMERS sounded, the Turtles aren't too annoying. Even the pop-culture referencing Michelangelo is fine, with him even having a funny line about the LOST finale.

Of course, the CGI is great, with them getting a nice 21st Century overhaul we never could have imagined watching the charmingly antiquated flicks from twenty-five years ago. As for Splinter, he looks remarkably close to how he did in the cartoons. Everything looks pretty real, although it feels like they made a huge mistake taking so long to introduce the Turtles, with us only really getting a good look at them after about a half-hour, and then only really figuring into the plot forty-five minutes in.

Until then, Megan Fox is in the lead, as Turtles ally April O'Neil. Wearing the classic yellow jacket, Fox is so-so, with her not being done any favours by having to handle so much dull exposition. Still, Fox looks great and is a bit more natural than she was back in her TRANSFORMERS days. Typical for a Bay production, there's lots of goofy comic relief from respected character actors, with ARRESTED: DEVELOPMENT's Will Arnett as April's loyal, wisecracking cameraman, and Whoopi Goldberg (in a few brief bits) her newsroom boss. William Fichtner plays the typical Bay-businessman who shouldn't be trusted.

Kids will probably like this new version of the TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES, but you can't help but wonder where all the charm went. This feels so slick and overproduced, a feeling which is not soothed by another Bay trademark, which is copious product placement (including Bay's favorite – Victoria's Secret) with one really awful example being a scene where Splinter not only holds up a Pizza Hut pie to test his pupils, but even starts talking about how it's an all-new recipe, and then lists off the ingredients! I know they love pizza, but come on!

Again, the TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES are probably critic proof, and the kids who flock to see TRANSFORMERS will almost certainly like this too. While it's not quite as bad as TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION, it's still a pretty soulless piece of eye candy.

Extra Tidbit: For a good rundown of the TMNT phenomenon, check out TURTLE POWER on Netflix.
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3:04PM on 08/08/2014
Sad to see. I hoped a new Ninja Turtles Movie could have at least lived up to the underrated & surprisingly dark original film.
Sad to see. I hoped a new Ninja Turtles Movie could have at least lived up to the underrated & surprisingly dark original film.
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11:29PM on 08/07/2014
Saw it a couple hours ago. I enjoyed it, but I can see why others did not. Overall it was fun but felt rushed and needed to, oddly enough, be longer to develop the characters, especially Shredder. I won't compare this to the 90's movies, it's their own movie now so, is what it is. I'd rather try to enjoy it than focus on its faults, which I did so I ended up enjoying it, not blown away, but enjoyed.
Pro: I didn't mind the turtles themselves. I thought the voice acting and such was pretty good
Saw it a couple hours ago. I enjoyed it, but I can see why others did not. Overall it was fun but felt rushed and needed to, oddly enough, be longer to develop the characters, especially Shredder. I won't compare this to the 90's movies, it's their own movie now so, is what it is. I'd rather try to enjoy it than focus on its faults, which I did so I ended up enjoying it, not blown away, but enjoyed.
Pro: I didn't mind the turtles themselves. I thought the voice acting and such was pretty good and Megan Fox didn't bother me. Who'd thunk Toad from X-Men: Evolution would make a great voice for Mikey!
Cons: They are too big. Something about their size feels out of place that could have looked more natural with them a bit sleeker and smaller frames. They would have been better off with prosthetics and added CG bits to fill in. When compared to the original movie, they felt more real, not just because of the bodysuits, but their sizing. The CG just feels like it needed to be toned down. That's my only 90's2014 comparison. Not that the bodysuits were better, but their size felt better than the 2014 movie.
Didn't care for Tony Shalub as Splinter. His voice just didn't fit, although his origins are different, so it does fit in a certain way, but feels flat. Hard to explain.
CGI was also decent, but not fantastic.
So that aside, I would say 6-7/10, complaints aside. It could have been better, should have been longer to slow down the pacing, but overall I enjoyed it. Also, way to tell audiences who Karai is. I mean, I think he somewhat says her name briefly but not very loud, so I KNOW it's Karai, but people that don't know her may not even hear her name since she really doesn't get introduced.

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5:34PM on 08/07/2014
Too much credit. This film was one of the worst of the year so far.
Too much credit. This film was one of the worst of the year so far.
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1:41PM on 08/07/2014
I saw this last night, and I thought it was decent. I'd give it a 6 or even a 6.5 out of 10. I think this review was a tad harsh.
I saw this last night, and I thought it was decent. I'd give it a 6 or even a 6.5 out of 10. I think this review was a tad harsh.
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11:02AM on 08/07/2014

I'm Still Seeing This

I was obsessed with the Turtles when I was a kid, so I will see this anyway. I really hate the fact that Michael Bay got his hands on this franchise. Why couldn't they have made sure to hand this movie over to someone that experienced the TMNT mania as a child that would carefully put this thing together understanding what makes them so lovable to children?
I was obsessed with the Turtles when I was a kid, so I will see this anyway. I really hate the fact that Michael Bay got his hands on this franchise. Why couldn't they have made sure to hand this movie over to someone that experienced the TMNT mania as a child that would carefully put this thing together understanding what makes them so lovable to children?
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12:11PM on 08/07/2014
If you were obsessed with eating crap as a kid, but stopped because you stopped producing crap (or got too old for crap) and saw a crap sandwich in the road today, would you eat it out of nostalgia??

Why is it just because you loved something as a kid, you think it is wise to see something like this as an adult?? It is only going to tarnish your love for the turtles. Keep your pride and dignity, don't see this. Pretend it doesn't exist.
If you were obsessed with eating crap as a kid, but stopped because you stopped producing crap (or got too old for crap) and saw a crap sandwich in the road today, would you eat it out of nostalgia??

Why is it just because you loved something as a kid, you think it is wise to see something like this as an adult?? It is only going to tarnish your love for the turtles. Keep your pride and dignity, don't see this. Pretend it doesn't exist.
1:43PM on 08/07/2014
Yea...don't go and see it then. If you want someone to not make films, don't fund their films.

I get that you love the Turtles, I love the Turtles, but if people give money to this then these shitty hacks will keep them for the foreseeable future. You have to not go in order to get the Turtles movies we can one day hope for.
Yea...don't go and see it then. If you want someone to not make films, don't fund their films.

I get that you love the Turtles, I love the Turtles, but if people give money to this then these shitty hacks will keep them for the foreseeable future. You have to not go in order to get the Turtles movies we can one day hope for.
9:00PM on 08/07/2014
I totally agree with you both. I skip movies all the time b/c I don't want to support the same junk that keeps getting churned out by greedy Hollywood. I skipped Transformers this summer to make a point, and it still became the first billion dollar film of the year.

While I agree with you that we should send a message to Hollywood when they head in the wrong direction with a franchise, it sometimes can't overcome the majority of the movie going public that supports films that promises a few
I totally agree with you both. I skip movies all the time b/c I don't want to support the same junk that keeps getting churned out by greedy Hollywood. I skipped Transformers this summer to make a point, and it still became the first billion dollar film of the year.

While I agree with you that we should send a message to Hollywood when they head in the wrong direction with a franchise, it sometimes can't overcome the majority of the movie going public that supports films that promises a few cheap laughs and plenty of explosions. The same thing happens on the radio when the majority dictates the same crap we listen to year after year.

Normally, I would withhold my cash, but to answer your question Masterdebator88, yes, for nostalgia's sake I will see TMNT.
10:49AM on 08/07/2014

Excuse me Mr. Bay would you mind.....

Mr. Bay we noticed how you completely crapped on the Transformers franchise and still made tons of money for us and now we would like you to do it with another beloved franchise. Can you please shit all over the Ninja Turtles for us and make it look pretty? It doesn't have to make sense, have good actors, a decent plot, or really resemble anything to the fans of the series for years, it just needs to get done because we know it will make money. Oh you can!.....Fantastic!
Mr. Bay we noticed how you completely crapped on the Transformers franchise and still made tons of money for us and now we would like you to do it with another beloved franchise. Can you please shit all over the Ninja Turtles for us and make it look pretty? It doesn't have to make sense, have good actors, a decent plot, or really resemble anything to the fans of the series for years, it just needs to get done because we know it will make money. Oh you can!.....Fantastic!
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10:34AM on 08/07/2014
I'm disappointed they couldn't pull this off after so many years have gone by. I haven't been blown away by the trailers released thus far and barely watch enough TV to catch a commercial, but what I've seen thru the marketing was enough to make me say, I'll go see it.
I understand the overall concept isn't all that impressive... a bunch of mutated reptiles whooping a$$, but you can come up with a zillion stories off of it. Sucks they couldn't get it right.
I'll probably still go and
I'm disappointed they couldn't pull this off after so many years have gone by. I haven't been blown away by the trailers released thus far and barely watch enough TV to catch a commercial, but what I've seen thru the marketing was enough to make me say, I'll go see it.
I understand the overall concept isn't all that impressive... a bunch of mutated reptiles whooping a$$, but you can come up with a zillion stories off of it. Sucks they couldn't get it right.
I'll probably still go and check it out as I have a $6 dollar movie Tuesday gig by the theater near me and I don't think I'll lose much off it should it actually suck that bad.
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10:25AM on 08/07/2014

"Sure, the original Jim Henson-assisted movies had their charm, but take away the nostalgia, and are any of them good movies?"

Ummm...when's the last time you've seen the original TMNT movie? It's really fucking good.
Ummm...when's the last time you've seen the original TMNT movie? It's really fucking good.
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11:39AM on 08/07/2014
It's really not that good though. It's nostalgic fun, but it's also loaded to the brim with 90's cheese. I don't think the film being any good has any bearing on it's enjoyment though. It's still a fun movie to watch.
It's really not that good though. It's nostalgic fun, but it's also loaded to the brim with 90's cheese. I don't think the film being any good has any bearing on it's enjoyment though. It's still a fun movie to watch.
1:53PM on 08/07/2014
90's cheese how? The fashion, the dialogue? Now if you bring up the sequel, that thing is more 90's than Pogs. Burton's Batman will always look and sound like 1989, but yet it's still as good as you want it to be. Nostalgia? Hell yes, but I can get nostalgic over a lot of stuff and still doesn't make it any less good.

It was an extremely low budget movie, which I think brings an awesome urban and gritty feel to it. Which is exactly what made it feel like the original Mirage comics at times.
90's cheese how? The fashion, the dialogue? Now if you bring up the sequel, that thing is more 90's than Pogs. Burton's Batman will always look and sound like 1989, but yet it's still as good as you want it to be. Nostalgia? Hell yes, but I can get nostalgic over a lot of stuff and still doesn't make it any less good.

It was an extremely low budget movie, which I think brings an awesome urban and gritty feel to it. Which is exactly what made it feel like the original Mirage comics at times. The Turtles themselves were perfect, and the Jim Henson's team has a lot to do with it. I'm sorry but you'll never get a better live-action TMNT movie.
5:13PM on 08/07/2014
Seems like there are two possibilities. A) The reviewer is a snob. or B) You don't know a cheesy movie when it's staring you in the face. I'm willing to consider either option... are you?
Seems like there are two possibilities. A) The reviewer is a snob. or B) You don't know a cheesy movie when it's staring you in the face. I'm willing to consider either option... are you?
10:16AM on 08/08/2014
Of course a movie budgeted less than $14M from 1990, starring Jim Henson puppets and Elias Koteas is on the off chance to going have an ounce cheesiness to it, especially when the villain is trying to lure young teenagers who are the same age as the film's audience at the time to lie and steal.

TMNT 2 took it to a whole another level though.
Of course a movie budgeted less than $14M from 1990, starring Jim Henson puppets and Elias Koteas is on the off chance to going have an ounce cheesiness to it, especially when the villain is trying to lure young teenagers who are the same age as the film's audience at the time to lie and steal.

TMNT 2 took it to a whole another level though.
9:06AM on 08/07/2014

What teen jokes about lost? They were 5 when it aired and 11 when it ended...

The dialogue is like 60% why this movie sucks. What teenager even really remember or even watched Lost?? Doing the math, Lost aired when the turtles were about 5 years old, if they even were mutants at that point, would Splinter have a TV for them to watch and let them even watch it instead of training them? Lost ended when they were about 11, so even then they probably weren't interested or allowed to watch tv.

The whole movie is just full of horrible jokes and dialogue that makes the
The dialogue is like 60% why this movie sucks. What teenager even really remember or even watched Lost?? Doing the math, Lost aired when the turtles were about 5 years old, if they even were mutants at that point, would Splinter have a TV for them to watch and let them even watch it instead of training them? Lost ended when they were about 11, so even then they probably weren't interested or allowed to watch tv.

The whole movie is just full of horrible jokes and dialogue that makes the turtles sound retarded. The teenager slang they use sounds like its made up by 80 year olds who think that is how teens really talk. The whole movie sucked. The rubber, CGI turtles didn't even look good and the action scenes were bland.

If this is a 5/10, TMNT III is a 6, TMNT 1+2 are about an 8/9
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2:33PM on 08/19/2014
Maybe they have Netflix.
Maybe they have Netflix.
9:06AM on 08/07/2014

Exactly what I expected.

I was pissed when I heard Michael Bay was attached to this project, I was really pissed when I saw the trailer, and now my expectations have been confirmed. As a fan of the turtles for probably around 20 years this was a major kick in the balls to all fans.
I was pissed when I heard Michael Bay was attached to this project, I was really pissed when I saw the trailer, and now my expectations have been confirmed. As a fan of the turtles for probably around 20 years this was a major kick in the balls to all fans.
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9:08AM on 08/07/2014
Agreed. The movie is a kick in the nuts. Not only to old fans but apparently kids won't even like this.
Agreed. The movie is a kick in the nuts. Not only to old fans but apparently kids won't even like this.
8:47AM on 08/07/2014
Maybe it was someone else's review from this site but I swear I saw this earlier this week and it was a 6 or 7.
Maybe it was someone else's review from this site but I swear I saw this earlier this week and it was a 6 or 7.
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9:02AM on 08/07/2014
JimmyO gave it a 6/10 in his video review.
JimmyO gave it a 6/10 in his video review.
9:09AM on 08/07/2014
JimmyO reviews always need to be taken with a grain of salt and subtract a point or two. In reality his review is on par with this one, a 5/10.
JimmyO reviews always need to be taken with a grain of salt and subtract a point or two. In reality his review is on par with this one, a 5/10.
10:43AM on 08/07/2014
@debator - for real? I could say that Bumbray's reviews need to be taken with a grain of salt and add a point or two and it would be just as valid as that comment. JimmyO is no 'lesser' of a reviewer, or no better of one either. These guys are just expressing their opinions and neither guy is more 'right' with their opinion. Maybe your opinion more often matches up with Bumbray's but a lot of people's more often matches up with JimmyO's or others'
@debator - for real? I could say that Bumbray's reviews need to be taken with a grain of salt and add a point or two and it would be just as valid as that comment. JimmyO is no 'lesser' of a reviewer, or no better of one either. These guys are just expressing their opinions and neither guy is more 'right' with their opinion. Maybe your opinion more often matches up with Bumbray's but a lot of people's more often matches up with JimmyO's or others'
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8:26AM on 08/07/2014

Um

Say what you want about Turtles 2 and 3 but hte original was a great movie, all nostalgia aside. The first movie took what were silly toys and a cartoon and made it look and seem so real and believable that i am still amazed to this day how well done the turtles are. I mean the emotion they were able to get out of those animatronic was incredible, the sadness on all their faces when April asks them whats wrong and Leo can only reply "Splinter..." was awesome. Say what you want about stuff like
Say what you want about Turtles 2 and 3 but hte original was a great movie, all nostalgia aside. The first movie took what were silly toys and a cartoon and made it look and seem so real and believable that i am still amazed to this day how well done the turtles are. I mean the emotion they were able to get out of those animatronic was incredible, the sadness on all their faces when April asks them whats wrong and Leo can only reply "Splinter..." was awesome. Say what you want about stuff like the Danny subplot and what not but any time the turtles were on the screen, or better yet in battle, it was non stop awesome. The scenes of Raph alone on the roof fighting the Foot us still one of the greatest "hero getting his as kicked" moments ive ever seen.

In the end i'm just glad they didn't make them aliens in this one. That would have been lame, so lame.
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8:07AM on 08/07/2014
Damn I was hoping at least one of my childhood obsessions would get a great live action movie. Transformers are unbearable, GI Joe is shit and now this. There will probably never be a Thundercats or Voltron movie. Masters of the Universe is pretty much all that's left.
Damn I was hoping at least one of my childhood obsessions would get a great live action movie. Transformers are unbearable, GI Joe is shit and now this. There will probably never be a Thundercats or Voltron movie. Masters of the Universe is pretty much all that's left.
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1:20AM on 08/07/2014
I gave it the same score. On the plus side, the film’s 101 minute running time is way easier to stomach than the 165 minute duration of Transformers: Age of Extinction. The action sequences are also more coherent and entertaining here and an extended chase down a snowy slope involving rocket snowboards, an avalanche and a jack-knifing semi-truck is actually quite impressive. That sequence also contains some neat 3D effects. It’s silly, but a film called Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has every
I gave it the same score. On the plus side, the film’s 101 minute running time is way easier to stomach than the 165 minute duration of Transformers: Age of Extinction. The action sequences are also more coherent and entertaining here and an extended chase down a snowy slope involving rocket snowboards, an avalanche and a jack-knifing semi-truck is actually quite impressive. That sequence also contains some neat 3D effects. It’s silly, but a film called Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has every right to be. That said, Guardians of the Galaxy does the irreverent, pop culture-referencing, action-comedy thing with a whole lot more wit, heart and style. TMNT is often just really annoying, to say nothing of the horrible design work.
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12:17AM on 08/07/2014
There is no defending the Bay product placement but my all time favorite product placement is still the dominos pizza being pushed through the hole in the sidewalk in the first one. "Times up! Three bucks off!"
There is no defending the Bay product placement but my all time favorite product placement is still the dominos pizza being pushed through the hole in the sidewalk in the first one. "Times up! Three bucks off!"
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1:09AM on 08/07/2014
Ya. I was gonna mention that. You cant grill this movie for that if youre not gonna grill them for dominos in the first one.
Ya. I was gonna mention that. You cant grill this movie for that if youre not gonna grill them for dominos in the first one.
12:06AM on 08/07/2014
I doubt I'll see it, so what did Michelangelo say about the LOST finale?
I doubt I'll see it, so what did Michelangelo say about the LOST finale?
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1:24AM on 08/07/2014
It's a scene at the end where they're all falling from the tower and they think they're about to die, so they make "last confessions" to each other. Raphael gives a heartfelt apology about being too hard on his brothers and Michelangelo just says "I still don't understand the ending of LOST!"
It's a scene at the end where they're all falling from the tower and they think they're about to die, so they make "last confessions" to each other. Raphael gives a heartfelt apology about being too hard on his brothers and Michelangelo just says "I still don't understand the ending of LOST!"
1:29AM on 08/07/2014
Thank you. :-)
Thank you. :-)
1:33AM on 08/07/2014
That he still doesn't "get it."
That he still doesn't "get it."
9:01AM on 08/07/2014
That sums up about 30% of what is wrong with this movie. Besides the terrible CGI, rubber bouncing turtles and the horrible dialogue, the jokes are just not funny. You don't laugh once. The turtles sound like they are retarded. They talk how 80 year old people think teens talk.

What teen (who was like 5 when it started and 11 when it ended references Lost???
That sums up about 30% of what is wrong with this movie. Besides the terrible CGI, rubber bouncing turtles and the horrible dialogue, the jokes are just not funny. You don't laugh once. The turtles sound like they are retarded. They talk how 80 year old people think teens talk.

What teen (who was like 5 when it started and 11 when it ended references Lost???
12:05AM on 08/07/2014
I feel sorry for my parents for having ton take us to see the original TMNT movie. Try watching that again, it's awful in every way except for the design and execution of the turtles. I use that movie as an example of what people will bear in order to make their kids happy.

I also feel sorry for all of the parents who will forced to endure this one as well.
I feel sorry for my parents for having ton take us to see the original TMNT movie. Try watching that again, it's awful in every way except for the design and execution of the turtles. I use that movie as an example of what people will bear in order to make their kids happy.

I also feel sorry for all of the parents who will forced to endure this one as well.
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12:54AM on 08/07/2014
I feel sorry for my parents to have to endure Batman & Robin because I asked them to.
I feel sorry for my parents to have to endure Batman & Robin because I asked them to.
1:13AM on 08/07/2014
Lol me too
Lol me too
11:44AM on 08/07/2014
I still enjoy it. It's not good, no, but it's fun to watch. It's the kind of cheesy 90's film that a fan can have as a guilty pleasure. As far as it fitting in with the first cartoon, it does so to a T, which is pretty much how most kids who became fans got their introduction.
I still enjoy it. It's not good, no, but it's fun to watch. It's the kind of cheesy 90's film that a fan can have as a guilty pleasure. As far as it fitting in with the first cartoon, it does so to a T, which is pretty much how most kids who became fans got their introduction.
12:05AM on 08/07/2014
The old turtles look better. They just look odd.
The old turtles look better. They just look odd.
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12:05AM on 08/07/2014
I was expecting 6/7 - 10 score but it looks like your typical summer blockbuster film. Good thing I have free tickets to watch it soon.
I was expecting 6/7 - 10 score but it looks like your typical summer blockbuster film. Good thing I have free tickets to watch it soon.
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12:09AM on 08/07/2014
It's free to walk into traffic as well but no one thinks that's a good idea...
It's free to walk into traffic as well but no one thinks that's a good idea...
12:19AM on 08/07/2014
Comedy obviously isn't your thing ... hopefully you have a more successful day job
Comedy obviously isn't your thing ... hopefully you have a more successful day job
12:37AM on 08/07/2014
Luckily comedy not being my thing IS my day job.

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Luckily comedy not being my thing IS my day job.

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12:55AM on 08/07/2014
Okay okay I get the point.
Okay okay I get the point.
11:47PM on 08/06/2014
What I was pretty much expecting with this one. Not one bit surprising.
What I was pretty much expecting with this one. Not one bit surprising.
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