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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles [DVD] [2007] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

4.5 out of 5 stars 101 customer reviews

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English, French, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Warner Bros.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (101 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005JPMZ
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 204,732 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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I was one of the many that grew up watching Teenage mutant ninja turtles and got caught up in the whole TMNT phenomenon back in the late 80s and the early 90s. That being said, the craze escalated when the guys in green migrated to the big screen and spanned over 2 sequels, which to my opinion didn't match up the level of polish the first one was.

Yes, my family and I watched the new TMNT movie and I was, once again, one of the few or many that wasn't keen about the whole CGI transition and it just looked too kiddie cartoon to me. However, being a fan I am, I went to see the movie anyways because I always have a soft spot for my green heroes. The first live action movie still has a lot of charm to it, although it is almost 2 decades old, and it is really close to the comic book origins. I still, up to this day, have goose bumps while watching it and the one liners still makes me laugh. I realized now why the first one is such classic and the rest just fall flat - the sequels were toned down a bit and they weren't as gritty and mature as the first one was.

Now we are with TMNT - a rival attempt to the franchise- now let me say I totally enjoyed this movie and I think the transition from live to CGI was best suited for the following reasons: 1. It is easier for the viewer to be caught up in the illusion as opposed to the live actions films because we knew that the turtles were fake - guys in rubbery suits...

2. We finally grasp the sense of the turtles being ninjas - in the old films their movements were limited because of the obvious, but here they're more agile and realistic in terms of fighting.

3. Because it is CGI the imagination, scenery, fights can go wild because the sky is the limit with CG as opposed to live action..
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It's been quite a while since the turtles had a movie, and in their 3d form, they're a lot more agile, adept, muscular and endearing. Although a lot of fans were disappointed when they heard shredder wasn't in it, but credit to the director for taking it in a new direction - and hey, there's always potenital for a well earned sequel. I saw this film with 3 other lads, and it all scored well for us, more particularly for those who grew up with the show. From a technical standpoint, the camera work is great, and animation believable, the monsters are really actually cool plus the plot turns are well thought out, you really feel for the characters. On a side note, I would have liked to have seen one of the turtles get really bashed up, but then the kids wouldn't have, so...anyway the drama keeps you watching.

I do feel that our fellow sensei character didn't feature enough in this film, but it's understandable owing to the fact that the story is about the re-uniting of the turtles, and how Leonardo learns to direct himself and his brothers, and not someone else. Thus, there's a good family and team message to top it all off.

Personally, I enjoyed the sarcasm and humour, especially from our abounding Michelangelo, plus a funny montage from Donatello. I rather hope they make another sequel in 3D, because I'll be pre-ordering this today and reliving the fantasy of my childhood as I put in on to play - let's just hope they put some decent extras in to a 2-disc version!
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Ive been a fan of the Ninja Turtles since i was a kid. The original movie still holds up extremely well, in my opinion. In TMNT it finally gets the sequel it deserves!
I wont bore you with plot synopsis here, you can read that anywhere. Just let me list my top three reasons why i think this movie rocks!
1. Leo & Raph's rain drenched rooftop fight. Something a lot of fans, have waited a long time to see, sibling rivalry finally boils over in the only way it can, when those brothers happen to be Ninja. Beautifully animated, choreographed, & full of dramatic tension, this is the real highlight of the movie.
2. Raph's diner battle with the Jersey Devil. Violent, funny & a real pleasure to watch. That its soundtracked by Ram Jam's "Black Betty" (albeit a new cover version.) only adds to the awesomeness!
3. The voice cast. Patrick Stewart, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Chris Evans and the late, great Mako ( Conan- the Arnie ones!) lending his distinctive pipes to Splinter. 'Nuff said! Highly recommended, its like Turtles 3 never happened. Which can only be a good thing!
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Love this DVD VERY CHILD FRIENDLY, whilst the latest film version recently released is great, I think is to dark for kids, whist this stays true to the original cartoon series, which has always been a firm favourite.
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We had never seen this version of the TMNT until we got this DVD , The story was different from the TMNT of the 80's Cartoon/Films and the New Version Cartoon at the time 2003-2009 , It was a new approach or different story line maybe set after the Films !! I'm not sure , Over all my Kids loved it , I did like some of it ,But not the story , The way the Turtles looked was good ,The movie was in CGI ,That was pretty good too , The voice actors were very good also ,But it just lacked a bit of Action (I know it was a kid Movie) and No shredder ,For me you have to have The Shredder ! All of the Gang was there!! The Turtles ,Splinter ,April and Casey but that was it , The new villain was just ok ! I must say the film was well made and had some good one liners too , That why I gave it 4 Stars .
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