Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows


Action / Adventure / Comedy / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 38%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 52%
IMDb Rating 6 10 77328


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Megan Fox as April O'Neil
Laura Linney as Chief Vincent
Alan Ritchson as Raphael
Brian Tee as Shredder
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by iquine 3 / 10

A Stupid Cash Grab

Whatever initial arguable charm the first reboot had has vanished. Think Transformers with Turtles. The plot: who cares? It really doesn't matter as of course there ends up being a threat to the whole planet, ubiquitous car chase scenes, a couple close combat turtle fights and of course they manufacture a way to get Megan Fox into a mini skirt. As was proclaimed in Sandler's Billy Madison, I am now dumber having watched this.

Reviewed by dave-61619 8 / 10

They did much more *right* with this one!

I don't know why I feel compelled to write a review here but I just watched the movie this morning and was pleasantly surprised several times.

I was a child not only for the original cartoon, but for the even earlier comic book series. I was too young for the comics - they were more gritty, a slightly darker and more adult version of what we got with the cartoon; I got into those later actually. But I mention the comic books specifically to point out something this movie did right: Baxter Stockman. Tyler Perry looked exactly as I remembered Baxter from the 1984 comics, a far cry from the wacky white guy we got in the 1987 cartoon. (Apparently they course-corrected this in the early-00s cartoon, too.) But the cartoon was a huge tour de force and this movie honored THAT source material as well. Bebop, Rocksteady, Krang, the Technodrome (more or less), the Party Wagon (giant nunchaku notwithstanding)... This is the kind of thing I had expected from the first Bay outing, rather than the weird Amazing Spider-Man rehash we got in TMNT.

Imagine that. Bay and his team actually doing right by the source material. Why couldn't we get even half that level of consideration in Transformers?

Note: this "sequel does it better" thing also happened with GIJoe - where the backlash from the first movie yields some actual improvements to the second.

Is it a GOOD movie? Not really. Is it a FUN movie? Sure. it's way more chop-socky proportionally than the first, spending a little less time on character melodrama, but of course there is still some of that. I was super sick of the turtles' constant infighting and Mikey being a /complete/ doofus by about halfway in.

The following may be a spoiler to some people? Of course, the plot was still reminiscent of other things because of course it was. Man, NYC has to have just started ignoring giant battles and aliens in the sky by now since it happens every year or two.

Reviewed by jb2k20 7 / 10

It were actually the Turtles

Now usually I don't like the remaking movies from old shows they all make me a little sad, the new MacGyver and Lethal Weapon series made me sick, 21 and 22 Jump Street, Miami Vice, Starsky and Hutch the Dukes of Hazard,... cartoons like Transformers and GIJoe all just bad, nothing like the series that made them big.

But since my injury had be bench bound I had a lot of time, so I pushed play on this the first one was okayish but this one really surprised me well. As I watched I really had some nostalgic feelings, like the cartoons I loved and blended with some newer elements. The difference in the Turtles is good but they are who they are, even though M. Fox is not the best choice for acting but the looks are actually good enough, S. Ammells was a good Casey Jones... though would have liked a more roughed up look with semi long hair.

Shredder, Krang even though his voice was meh were the characters they were supossed to be, just like Bebop and Rocksteady ok Stockman didn't use to be black but we live in a time where that is needed. So let him have it, the guy playing Vern was just like him.

Story was decent enough with the Shredder escaping and thanks to him Bebop and Rocksteady, Shredder being recruted by Krang to bring the Technodrome to Earth, which was a nice spot on with the cartoon as well... Then letting Stockman transforming Bebop and Rocksteady as we know em. They are a little smarter in the movie, but thats no loss, Finding some pieces thoughout places and creating the portal to bring in the Technodrome, a final battle between the Turles and Krang and the happy ending.

There were some Bay goofs againg going to Bumblebee being the main point, but this one was way better then the Power Rangers stupidity. There were some weak jokes, and the CGI was sometimes to much of it. But all in all I really had a good time watching this, and probably will watch it again.

Final closing moment is though if Tirtles could do it why didn't GIJOE and the Transformers have the same satisfying felling at the end. I never liked the complete parts of the Transformers, the cars are their disguise. So why can't the Bots look more like the same... only to show off your CGI stuff. And GIJOE had just a more army felling than a special force, and their team was to small in both movies to give you the GIJOE feeling.

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