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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
The city needs heroes. Darkness has settled over New York City as Shredder and his evil Foot Clan have an iron grip on everything from the police to the politicians. The future is grim until four unlikely outcast brothers rise from the sewers and discover their destiny as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The Turtles must work with fearless reporter April and her wise-cracking cameraman Vern Fenwick to save the city and unravel Shredder's diabolical plan.
|Studio :||Paramount Pictures, Nickelodeon Movies, Platinum Dunes,|
|Crew :||Director of Photography, Grip,|
|Cast :||Megan Fox Will Arnett William Fichtner Alan Ritchson Noel Fisher|
|Genre :||Adventure Fantasy Action Comedy Science Fiction|
Tied for the best movie I have ever seen
Deeper than the descriptions
This is a coming of age storyline that you've seen in one form or another for decades. It takes a truly unique voice to make yet another one worth watching.
The story, direction, characters, and writing/dialogue is akin to taking a tranquilizer shot to the neck, but everything else was so well done.
I was very surprised that I actually enjoyed the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie. I walked in with low expectations and found it well written and with cool action scenes and laughs. It finally told us back story of where the Turtles came from, how the ooze was invented and what Shredder and April O'Neil had to do with this. This is the first time I can actually say I enjoyed a Ninja Turtles movie!
I really enjoyed this movie despite it almost being ruined by Whoopi Goldberg's terrible acting. How does someone so awful keep getting cast in films. Thankfully her scenes are over quickly and Megan Fox performs wonderfully in one of her best roles thus far. The graphics of the turtles are amazing and definite eye candy.
This is another movie retread of the four ninja turtles. This time, they must face Shredder and his evil Foot Clan in New York City to defeat their power over the city's authorities.While the action was pretty intense and fun and the acting was OK, there is really nothing new in plot to the movie that we haven't seen in previous TMNT films. The main difference is the heavy use of CGI and modern-day technology references.I personally prefer the original 1990 TMNT motion picture, which was cheesy at times, but had character, humor, realistic-looking costumes and a more fast-paced and engaging story-line.Grade C+
I'm a 31 year old guy who grew up on the old TMNT cartoons, games and toys of the 1980s and 1990s. I'm heavily nostalgic for the old TMNT series, and I wrote this movie off the very second I found out about it after its announcement.Fast forward two years, I still hadn't seen it. I heard online that it was garbage (but, of course, the internet has a habit of saying that about everything) and people I know in real life either said it was a little disappointing or just average.After deciding to give the movie a go when I was looking for something to watch on Netflix, I was actually pretty surprised by the movie. Granted I went in with absolutely zero expectations, but still! I didn't feel that, in any real way, that this movie was awful. It's not great and it has a lot of big flaws, but it's not terrible. As a longtime TMNT fan, I didn't quite like how the turtles in this movie are so intertwined with April's past. I also felt that Leonardo and Donatello were criminally underused in this movie. Both had as much personality as the cardboard boxes their pizza comes in. Michaelangelo didn't get to do much, but his goofy and fun-loving personality was definitely evident. Raphael ended up being way more hot-headed than he should be, and I feel like the writers put way too much attention on him. Raphael had the most screen time (and lines) of any of the turtles by a significant margin, and for no really valid reason. Late in the movie when the four turtles believe they're about to die, everyone but Raphael throws out a quick one- liner. What does Raphael? He spews out a long monologue about how he loves his brothers and his own deep insecurities. I didn't really like this aspect of the movie. Way too much attention on Raphael.Shredder in the movie looked goofy. Much like in Bay's Transformers movies, Shredder here suffers from a case of his design being overthought. As a result, his "costume" just looks very cluttered and messy due to them trying to cram way too much detail into it. They should've gone simple, like in the old cartoon or even like in the movies from the 1990s.Megan Fox was surprisingly okay in the movie. Of course there were MUCH better choices for April O'Neil, but I feel that they did a good job of downplaying Megan's sex appeal here and making her a pretty legitimate character with aspirations, goals, and an actual personality. She wasn't really here for the T&A for once, though there was that one scene where Will Arnett's character was checking out her butt when she was hanging out of a window. I've been critical of Megan Fox before and I've never liked her as an actress, but I felt like she was actually pretty likable in this movie (and you can't really blame her specifically for April being shoehorned in as the main character, which was a misstep).William Fichtner, one of the most criminally underused actors in Hollywood today, did about as well as you could hope with the material he was given. His acting and delivery was 100% solid, but his character's ambitions seemed kind of murky and poorly thought out. His whole end game was just to make a lot of money and to get "stupid rich" even though he was clearly insanely wealthy to begin with.There are a lot of negative points above, but I still thought that this movie was okay and was very watchable. I liked the personalities of Michaelangelo and Raphael, some of the action scenes were well done, and Splinter (despite looking a little weird) had some great moments. The final fight was a little anti-climactic, but I didn't mind that too terribly.Overall, an average movie. If you go in with an open mind and zero expectations, you should be able to find this movie to be pretty watchable. It won't end up being very memorable, but it might entertain you for most of its running time.