Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

2014 "Mysterious. Dangerous. Reptilious. You've never seen heroes like this."
5.8| 1h41m| PG-13| en| More Info
Released: 07 August 2014 Released
Producted By: Paramount
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Official Website: http://www.teenagemutantninjaturtlesmovie.com

When a kingpin threatens New York City, a group of mutated turtle warriors must emerge from the shadows to protect their home.

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Borserie it is finally so absorbing because it plays like a lyrical road odyssey that’s also a detective story.
Bergorks If you like to be scared, if you like to laugh, and if you like to learn a thing or two at the movies, this absolutely cannot be missed.
BelSports 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.
Kimball Exactly the movie you think it is, but not the movie you want it to be.
Michael Ledo This is a film I had put off watching for two reasons. The first was that I didn't grow up this this series. While I was familiar with it, I wasn't a fan. The second reason was because I couldn't stand the last film and feared I was going to watch a sequel being lost from the beginning. I discovered my fears were unfounded as this story starts from the beginning with an updated mildly hip-hop version of the series.Meagan Fox stars as April O'Neill, the froth reporter who has ties to the group. She is aided by her "nerd" camera man (Will Arnett) who wants to have ties to her, The Turtles are up against the Shredder, an evil Samurai robot who leads the Foot Clan intent on taking over NYC.This is a fun predictable action popcorn film. It is not on the Avenger level of films (what is?) but one the kids can enjoy without thinking too much.Guide: Cartoon style violence. "Sh**, Damn, hell"
generationofswine Have you seen it? No? There is likely a very good reason for that...it stinks.Like nearly ALL the endless remakes and reboots that have been plaguing movie goers for the past decade or so....all this is, is a heartless version of the original.It has no heart.It has no soul.It is a retelling of a film that we all love and cherish...and it adds nothing to the story. It improves nothing but the special effects--which held up very well over time--and in some cases belittles the fans of the original...particularly in the fact that they remade the movie at all, without adding anything clever to it.Like so many other remakes it is a hallow shell of the original.
mistoppi When I started watching this movie, I knew it was going to be bad. I expected nothing else, I knew I was going to hate it. But sometimes you got to watch bad movies. They make you more grateful for the good movies. Also there is always that one actor who makes you willing to watch everything they have been in. You know how these things are! Also I hate typing the whole name of the movies, so I'll try to avoid doing that.Right before I started watching this movie my friend Lauri mentioned he had seen it. He told me the whole movie had the vibe that it's mostly meant for 10-year-old American boys, which is like painstakingly clear from the beginning. The jokes are super crude and everyone is kind of gross on very many levels. That alone makes this film quite cringe-worthy. It's obvious this movie was made mostly because superhero movies were and still are so in. TMNT is like those superhero movies: it's at least somewhat entertaining even at it's worst. It's like a bad superhero movie: It's bad, but you can just play it in the background while thinking about something else. The action sequences are not great however. They are definitely way too long. They are supposed to be visually nice, but they really aren't, at least not without 3D, and with 3D they would probably be even messier. Watching the turtles also makes it very clear that there's no reason for you to make a live action version of TMNT. The CGI is horrifying and all the CGI-characters look so bad. Who looked at these and thought yeah, that's a good idea, let's make a movie?The turtles caused me some other confusion as well. I've only seen one episode of TMNT when I was like six years old. It is incredibly hard trying to tell the difference between the four turtles. Like sure, their masks are different colours but apart from the weird one and the nerd one, how was I able to tell the difference between the other two? Their personalities seemed the exact same to me.I complained about this movie more on Twitter, and I think I can summarise those tweets: The dialogue is awfully dumb, and of course really crude. Characters keep making stupid decisions. There's something good in this movie, it comes mostly from the characters April and Vernon and the way April wanted to find out what was going on, but I just didn't want the turtles there and also I felt like the martial arts were a bit bastardised - but I'm not 100% sure about that. I knew this movie was going to be bad and it was exactly that. So I'm not disappointed, I watched a stupid movie but I was able to admire absolutely mesmerising Megan Fox and super hot Will Arnett, so it wasn't a complete waste of time.
Ian Wood Watched this with a couple of knuckleheads, we voted, ended up watching Turtle's.To start, I absolutely love the old Turtle's live action movies, they're really funny. Which gives the remakes a hard act to follow. I'm unsure how I feel on how they've changed the turtles, making them massive creepy half human turtles. It takes a much more realistic approach, weather it's good or bad I can't deliberate. If I had to compare the turtles from the 1990's movies and these ones, the old ones would edge it. By what they had to work with back then, they did really well. With what we have now, they did alright, I understand it must be hard to make a live action turtle that isn't creepy looking.Megan fox works as a great piece of eye candy, when she's bent over out the window of the car, lord have mercy. As April though, ehhhhhhh, not very fitting for the character. Considering it's a Turtle's movie, it lacks humour, the action is great though. It's a good adaptation, I'd have preferred the original origins, like any turtles fan, but by no means is it bad. If they added a lot more humour and better casting, it could of been a lot better.The biggest flaw I would say is Shredder, he feels like a massive robot, rather than a very powerful ninja. I don't like that all the characters seem to have quite big changes or altered origins, it takes a lot away from it. The majority of the target audience must be the old Turtles fans, and to change such big details, it hurts it's rating a lot. If it wasn't for the nostalgic factor, I'm not sure I would have watched this movie, it seemed so generic. I'm glad I did though.62%http://afilmadaykeepsthedocaway.blogspot.co.uk/