- Actors: Kevin Eastman, Peter Laird, Michael Sinterniklaas, Vinnie Penna, Sam Riegel
- Directors: Lloyd Goldfine, Roy Burdine, Darren Dunstan, Jon Dickson
- Writers: Lloyd Goldfine, Kevin Eastman, Peter Laird, Fred Wolf, Robert David
- Producers: Lloyd Goldfine, Norman J. Grossfeld, Alfred Kahn, Sarah C. Nesbitt
- Format: NTSC, Dolby, Colour
- Language: English
- Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
- Number of discs: 1
- Classification: NR (Not Rated) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
- Studio: Paramount Home Entertainment
- Run Time: 73 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B003Q7B742
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles Forever [DVD]  [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
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The story starts off with the 1987 Turtles roaming around the 2003 Turtles universe and end up getting captured by the Purple Dragons gang. The 2003 Turtles become aware of the 4 Turtles that look like them on the news. They come to their rescue and try to figure out what's going on. After an encounter with the Technodrome from the 1987 series, Shedder and Krang decide to free the Shredder from the 2003 dimension to combat against the 8 Turtles. This however turns out to be a bad idea as Ch'rell Shredder decides he is taking over and aims to discover the dimension that connects all other Turtle dimensions together and rid the Turtles from existence.
The story is brilliant and makes for one epic finale for both the 1987 and 2003 Turtle series. The action keeps you glued to the screen. There is a lot of it and it never keeps you from getting bored. The comedy works well as the interaction on both sides of the Turtles is a great laugh. Many times the story makes fun of the 1987 Turtles for how goofy the cartoon was. Some fans may find how goofy the 1987 Turtles are handled to be overkill, but their portrayal is entertaining and funny. There are even some brilliant cameos from Ninja Turtle history that most hardcore fans will notice.
The animation here is fantastic. The characters animate very smooth and the fight scenes are done brilliantly. Both Turtle universes art styles are identical to how they were before and look great.Read more ›
Any ways, this movie is a must watch for any one who's ever been a TMNT fan at any point in their life. This is an action-packed and genuinely funny animated film that serves loads of fan service to each generation of Ninja Turtles. Thank you 4kids for making this, and thank you Best Medicine for releasing it properly.
For the film itself, it is a marvel in and of itself. As stated, it's greatness lies in its embrace of all aspects of the turtles' lineage, from both TV series down to the very roots of their origins in comics and everything in between. The plot is an action-packed ride from start to finish, tying together many ideas from the different shows in surprisingly satisfying ways, and providing an overall sense of fun and adventure. In a very real sense, it acts at a bookend to three major factions of the series, closing one era under Mirage as another under Nickelodeon is poised to begin.
If there's any flaw to be found, however, it's in the scapegoats made of the original 1988 turtles. I don't know if the writers have any personal love for the first series' turtles or even ever watched the original show, but either way, they couldn't let any nostalgic value override the "superiority" of their own 2003 brood. Incessant laughter at their own jokes, noogies being their primary form of communication, obliviousness and ineptitude in all but a few battles are what dominate the 4Kids writers' views of the admittedly lighter-hearted turtle teens.Read more ›
The great thing about buying the region two DVD is that you get the fully movie and not the edited version.
I have only ever seen the edited version so I was really glad I got this and some scenes I had seen in the edited version made a lot more sense when I saw them in full.
I thought it was a great way to end the series and I really enjoyed watching it.
This is an incredible throw back for fans of the series to get a chubby over the original badass comic turtles meeting the goofy cowabunga turtles of the 80/90s meeting the overly serious 00's turtles.
If you consider yourself a TMNT fan from any era, you should buy this right now.
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Ladies and gentleman, I give you THE "Turtles Forever" complete in widescreen resolution. If you want all the scenes of the movie, then get the UK version. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Robert Camacho
Disc played great on my NTSC PS4 without changing region for PAL.Published 17 months ago by Christopher Lord
Good fun to watch. Even if you didn't know the 1987 turtles this movie is rather good. Came in good condition and time.Published 22 months ago by Faith Shillito
Very average saw it yrs ago and thought it was how wrong was I
The original turtles voice actors are different and ain't no were as good the orignals