Back by [insert favorite 90s catchphrase] demand, Leonardo (Mark Caso and Brian Tochi as voice), Raphael (Kenn Scott and Laurie Faso as voice), Donatello (Leif Tilden and Adam Carl as voice), and Michelangelo (Michelan Sisti and Robbie Rist as voice) team up once again in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze. In many ways, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze is a lot like Batman Forever. The first thing you need to know about the film, is that it’s a direct sequel in the sense that the events take place right after the first one. But even if you have bad lines, you can have actors that can sometimes make them believable. It might sound like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze is nothing more than an abysmal sellout film, all flash and no class. This was JUST on about two days ago and after I watched it again I still didn’t like it. The Turtles are up to their shells in trouble when a canister of toxic ooze falls into the hands of the evil Master Shredder. Just when it seemed like the Foot Clan had fallen for good, Shredder rises from out of the city’s dump to reclaim his reign of terror. Not cheesy and silly, like in the first one, where it would make you shake your head but smile at the same time.


Perhaps they could have been pulled off better, but even the acting has taken a slight dip in quality.
To anyone who knows the show or the games, the first thought that springs to mind is Rocksteady and Bebop, since they’re mutated creatures (albeit very different ones).
With the first film’s puppetry, the lip syncing was way off, but in TMNT II the syncing is pretty close to being spot on. After finding out that Techno Global Research Industries has been creating an ooze that was responsible for the turtles’ mutation, Shredder decides to kidnap scientist Professor Jordan Perry (Dave Warner) and use the potential of the ooze. What makes it interesting, is that the events and ending of the first film have a major impact in the sequel.
Also, the turtles’ animations and textures were much more fluid, especially during the fight scenes (which were decent but not as good as the first film). After the Foot Clan creates two super powerful mutants, Tokka and Rahzar (Mark Ginther and Kurt Bryant with voices by Frank Welker), the turtles must find a way to stop Shredder and his gang once and for all.
And just like Batman Forever, TMNT II is a decent film and a good one if you just take it as a popcorn flick.
The Foot Clan has dissolved to a handful of members led by Tatsu (Toshishiro Obata and voice by Michael McConnohie).


You had Danny Pennington and his father (Charles Pennington), April’s carer, Casey Jones, and more. After all, half of the reason why fans go to see the adaptations is to see their favorite characters put on the big screen. It’s just that there are more flaws in this film, and a lot of what made the first one great has been watered down in order to please concerned parents. Still, if you can get past its childishness, you might be able to find TMNT II as a half-way bodacious film. Not too annoying like some other teenage sidekicks, although it wasn’t like he was essential to the story. And I do admit that it was a funny concept to have them be dimwitted creatures who mistake Shredder for their mother. And of course, the movie uncovers the secret of the ooze that evolved Splinter and the turtles.



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