TMNT

I saw TMNT yes­ter­day. My orig­i­nal rat­ing of the movie was 810, but I had to revise it after watch­ing Teenage Mutant Nin­ja Tur­tles (the 1990 film) and the rat­ing became 8.5.

Have you seen it? What’d you think?

6 thoughts on “TMNT”

  1. Haha­ha! TMNT? I haven’t seen that car­toon in years! The new ones aren’t as good as the original.

    Sor­ry, Rick, but I haven’t seen the film. It looked pret­ty inter­est­ing, though. I won­der what’s up with all these car­toons com­ing to life, though. Not that I’m com­plain­ing because they are a lot bet­ter than the junk on TV now.

    BTW, I got the “Works of John Owen” today! Well, I pur­chased it today, I’ll be get­ting it in about a week or two. :)

  2. “car­toons com­ing to life” … Huh?

    The ani­ma­tion — espe­cial­ly the envi­ron­ments — trumps any­thing I’ve seen done by Dream­works or Pixar so far, but admit­ted­ly the sto­ry isn’t as good as such as Toy Sto­ry or Find­ing Nemo. How­ev­er, it is a faith­ful update to a great super­hero sto­ry­line, which I think even non-fans would even enjoy.

  3. Haha­ha! Sor­ry, what I meant was, car­toons becom­ing dig­i­tal­ly ani­mat­ed: Scoo­by Doo, Spi­der Man, X‑Men, and oth­ers that I can­not think off the top of my head.

    What com­pa­ny pro­duced TMNT, if not Dream­works or Pixar?

  4. It was a Hong Kong-based ani­ma­tion stu­dio known as Ima­gi. Appar­ent­ly, TMNT was their first film, or at least it was their first notable enough film to be includ­ed on their Wikipedia entry.

  5. sniff… I ask the ques­tion again to all who will lis­ten.… Where oh where is Ghost­busters 3 :’(

  6. My only guess is that it turned into the movie Evo­lu­tion star­ring David Duchovny. There are many sim­i­lar­i­ties between that movie and the orig­i­nal Ghost­busters movie which can be not­ed, and it even fea­tures Dan Ackroyd!

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Rick Beckman