TMNT - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles details
|Starring:||James Arn, Nolan North, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ziyi Zhang, Mikey Kelley, Mako, Chris Evans, Quinton Flynn, Mitchell Whitfield, Patrick Stewart, Laurence Fishburne, James Arnold Taylor, Judith Hoag, Michael Turney, El|
|Directors:||Ke, Kevin Munroe, Steve Barron|
|Genres:||Action/Adventure, Animated, Children, Sci-Fi/Fantasy|
|Studio:||WARNER HOME VIDEO|
TMNT - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
|Run time:||1 hour 27 minutes|
|Rental release:||Limited availability|
|Subtitles:||English, French, Spanish|
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an honest reviewBy jadg201 (4 reviews) from Haywards Heath , 01 Feb 2008
[Highly rated reviewer]The film itself isn' particularly bad, it isn't great but you're not gonna lose sleep thinking about all the things you could have done instead of watching this film.
i have to say that the blu-ray version of this film looks great, but is more than adequate in standard def: Reminds me of the same kind of look as The Incredibles had going for it.
The storyline is a mixed bag, very simplistic and not overly engaging - they could and should have done more with it. Still, worth a look if you haven't seen it.
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FOR DA KIDZBy OSo (403 reviews) from Tooting London , 20 Feb 2010NOT WHAT I REMEMBER OF THE OLD TURTLES
MADE FOR THE NEW GENERATION OF KIDZ
Does not touch the original cartoon
like this chek out the original!!!!!
'TMNT - Teenage Mutant Ninja TurtlesBy a customer from London , 11 Feb 2009Surprisingly good nothing like the terrible movies previously. Very adult animation in the style of a graphic novel.
Smarter than your average turtleBy a customer from Deeside , 24 Jan 2009To be fair after hearing the slating it got when it came out I wasnt really looking forward to TMNT, growing up with the series and the toys and gaint pictures painted of the four turtles on bedroom walls I was expecting a childish boring made for the sake of making revamp to start of a new series as you may have seen with a lot of old kids cartoons, BUT I have got to say I loved it, is was like being back watching Leo, Raph, Donnie and Mikey when I was 8 feeling the excitement of the green ninjas in a visually stunning adventure that was a new story continued after the original '90's films.
Kids will love it because there are loads of radical high paced moments and adults will be able to enjoy it because of the serious storyline they've tried to introduce. Whether you are a fan or not this generation of children should not miss out on the awsomeness of the Turtles. In the 13 years since the original series was ended the youth of this country have lost all hope having to watch teletubbys and tweeneys, bring back the turtles for good!!
the best attempt yetBy andyknifton (98 reviews) from London , 27 Aug 2008Do you want to see acrobatic computer generated reptiles punching reptiles punching each other in the face?
Then you will get a kick out of this.
It is deeply silly, but it is a film about mutant ninjas so that comes with the territory, undoubtedly this is the best rendition of the comic book turtles to the screen. The story is some convoluted bunkum about immortal warriors, angry gargoyles and monsters from another dimension and comes over like a cross between highlander and a final fantasy game. But it looks pretty and the fights are jolly good fun.
Works as entertainment for sprogs, or nostalgia for late twenty somethings with plastic turtles in the attic.
Yes, BUTBy MrTypical (11 reviews) from Bishop Auckland , 26 Jul 2008Yes this is a turtles film, but, for those of you who are looking for that something to show off you setup, the sound on this film is great and the visuals, OMG!!! these shine.
There is a scene # POSSIBLE SPOILER# when leonardo and michelangelo are fighting in the rain under a red neon sign, that scene, when you look, is outstanding.
Childrens film, yes, entertaining, yes, it's better than you'd think