This sequel is amusing for the kids and fun for the fans of the comic book series. The lack of Casey Jones. Low to the ground in dark settings or high up on roof tops in broad daylight? The 3rd one seems less cheesy, and it takes us back to 17th Century Japan. In fact, I enjoyed this movie better than the first, until it swerved into this goofy night club dance sequence with Vanilla Ice. Also, where the hell was Casey? Its not supposed to be that serious.
Yeeeeah lot of product placement in this movie. The plot is not as well thought out as the original but still does the turtles a good name for them. The climax of this movie literally is the end of The Amazing Spider-Man only in the day time. That movie couldn't be written by a kid, I don't think most kids are really familiar with the Samurai in 17th Century Japan. The special effects by Jim Henson's Creature Shop the film is dedicated to his memory are astounding, even if somewhat dated.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: The Secret of the Ooze is a 1991 American live-action film based on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles characters published by Mirage Studios. Yes, the turtles are kind of superheroes. It doesn't look the same without him, or his Dad Charles Pennington, especially at April's Channel 3 News. In fact, Yoshi seems to have been omitted completely. He's not to be found or even mentioned once throughout the film. The wise rat Splinter becomes their mentor and educates them to Ninja fighters. It was bad enough to see the turtles throwing cars around and shattering concrete with punches.
I'm sure the first one will entertain you more than this one. This movie while meant to be a sequel from the first, seemed to leave things out as sequels often times do. Paige Turco replaced Judith Hoag from the original and Turco is appealing in the film. With the only notable exception of the action of course. Leonardo, the brave leader, was completely robbed of his personality, characteristics, leadership and anything that would define him, and has always in the past.
It's like a big toy commercial. Now if there's one thing I like in a movie it's a good villain. And, you know, maybe that is the case. I enjoy this film it is more entertaining and fats paced and I still love it!!! The turtles themselves are one of the few not-terrible parts of the movie. There isn't any drama in it, which I like it, there is a lot of comedy in it a lot funny moments, less sadness in it. And it wasn't even at the very beginning. The only flaw in the sequel is the ending, which it is a mess.
The movie has no real sense of identity, like the filmmakers really had no idea what to do with it. The wise rat Splinter becomes their mentor and educates them to Ninja fighters. Synopsis Through contact with a mysterious substance, called Ooze, 4 little turtles in the canalization of New York mutate to giant turtles. The opening music is great and is perfect for the city scene. Completely useless guys with guns that'll be relevant later.
The turtles find out where the Ooze, the substance which made them mutate, came from. Don't get me wrong, I like a lot of kid entertainment. The Turtles costumes were still pretty good. So this film was a little brighter and family friendly, while it drug the film down a little for some odd reason I still loved this movie. Rapper:Vanilla Ice appears in a embarrassing cameo. I liked the idea of explaining where the Turtles came from. This is a Michael Bay produced film, remember.
It is my childhood film and I grew up with it. Finally, the one thing, in my opinion, that sort of breaks the movie the most is that they made the turtles too damn powerful. Jordan Perry David Warner has been leading the mission of retrieval and disposal, with Channel 6 reporter April O'Neil Paige Turco, a little less convincing than the first film's Judith Hoag on the story. But, a lot of the movie seemed slow pace, and cheesy. She then witnesses the turtles stop them and follows them to get evidence of their existence. The wise rat Splinter becomes their mentor and educates them to Ninja fighters.
Here we go So Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is the reboot to the ever so popular Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise. The Ninja Turtles are a lore. The plot of the sequel is extremely silly but never boring. Corey Feldman played Donatello in the previous film and was replaced by Adam Carl. The second sequel came out in 1993.