Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael, Michelangelo, and Splinter are still recovering from their fight with the Foot and trying to piece their lives back together while staying at the home of their friend April O’Neil (Paige Turco). Directed by Michael Pressman, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze was a no-brainer follow-up to the hugely successful Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film of 1990. I saw Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in the theater, picked up the VHS tape, and looked forward to the sequel.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ first film was virtually an adaptation of the first few issues of the underground comic book. The Turtles and the Shredder battle once again, this time for the last cannister of the ooze that created the Turtles, which Shredder wants to create an army of new mutants. Starring: Paige Turco, Kevin Nash, David Warner, Frank Welker, Kevin Clash, Ernie Reyes Jr.
The individual who uploaded this work and first used it in an article, and subsequent persons who place it into articles, assert that this qualifies as fair use of the material under United States copyright law. When the company that produced the canister of mutagen that changed the Turtles is discovered, the Turtles seek answers about their past.


I had heard that the movie would tap more into the popular cartoon and was hoping for some more comic fun…unfortunately, the movie was a bigger disappointment. It had some dark moments and felt a bit dangerous at points…but it also had a strange unbalanced humor. The Turtles honestly look a bit better though still seem big, bulky, and not nimble enough to feel like “ninjas”. It is odd to think that April (an adult) is hanging out with a group of male teenagers in her home, but it is ok because they are turtles (otherwise the law might be investigating). A bigger budget however does get their mouths moving better and this is necessary to give them more life…I also wish they’d shut up.
The movie has a built in music video with Vanilla Ice’s “Ninja Rap” (“Go Ninja, Go Ninja, Go!!!”) and the horrible song is probably the most memorable thing in the movie. The series really failed with this entry, and I didn’t even see the third movie when it was released.
With the help of a young pizza delivery kid named Keno (Ernie Reyes, Jr.) and the professor that created the mutagen (David Warner), the Turtles must stop Shredder and the Foot again…plus his new creations Tokka and Rahzar.


In addition to better Turtles, you get Tokka (an alligator snapping turtle) and Rahzar (a wolf) instead of Rocksteady and Bebop.
It was supposed to be Rocksteady and Bebop but the makers decided to unfortunately create new enemies.
The end battle with the mutated Super-Shredder feels like it should have been in a video game and looks horrible…and a new April O’Neil doesn’t help either.
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  1. 06.06.2014 at 23:53:49
    AnGeL writes:
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    ToMeKK writes:
    And use your meditation time.