Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out Of The Shadows

 (9,860)6.01 h 52 min2016X-RayPG-13
After super villain Shredder escapes custody, he joins forces with two mutant henchmen, Bebop and Rocksteady, to unleash a diabolical plan to take over the world.
David Green
Megan FoxWill ArnettLaura Linney
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Stephen AmellNoel FisherJeremy HowardPete PloszekAlan RitchsonTyler PerrySheamusBrian TeeGary Anthony Williams
Michael BayAndrew FormBrad FullerGalen WalkerScott MednickDenis L. StewartGrant CurtisEric CrownNapoleon SmithJosh AppelbaumAndre Nemec
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Kindle CustomerReviewed in the United States on September 7, 2018
4.0 out of 5 stars
This movie's cool, but still in total love of the original's
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Great movie from start to finish. All the characters were well though out. I especially love how Raphael is a hugs muscle head that can bench press a ton of weight and move like a free runner. Could've picked a better actor to play Casey Jones, like someone with a little bit more hair and less of a cop character. If I remember from the originals, Casey Jones was a hippie loser with a mean slap shot. April's character was well suited but I don't remember her being so "valley girl" like Megan Fox. The switch from hot nerd girl to seductive school girl was cool and all but come on.
Anyway, CGI effects were awesome. Action was insane. The two mutant goons could've been better.
10 people found this helpful
Jonathan EllisReviewed in the United States on September 9, 2018
1.0 out of 5 stars
Voice actings sounds like a bunch of 11 year old wanna be gangsters.
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I didn't make it through the opening sequence without finding myself profoundly annoyed by the over the top "cool" guy talk of the turtles. I don't remember the cartoon or the previous movies being this much of a bro show.
11 people found this helpful
StalonesReviewed in the United States on March 28, 2020
2.0 out of 5 stars
Marginally better than the first of this series
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This movie is only a little better than the first. The CGI is quite bad. Look at the bandanna's, they look painted on and rarely move. If your gonna go full CGI then you have to commit to it or it looks super fake, this movie is a text book example of that. The goofy turtle suits from the live action original is much better than bad CGI. And yeah the bro talk especially at the movies opening scene is just really fake and disingenuous, if you want that kind of talk how about diversify the actors and instead of an all white guy cast trying to play ethnic stereotypes. It has funny moments and its not near as painful to watch as the first but maybe get your laundry out of the drier to fold or something to keep you occupied through the many cringe worthy scenes.
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Becca WildeReviewed in the United States on July 13, 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
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Like the first movie, the villains were all EPIC CRINGE. Shredder was as awfully-done as ever, and the only redeeming thing about the villains' side of the movie was how freakin' adorable Beebop and Rocksteady were.
The exploration of the emotional character nuances and depth of the turtles and their family was GLORIOUS! Can't say enough good things about it, holy hell! Especially Leonardo, typically the goody-two-shoes of the bunch, it was amazing to see him done as a more complex, multi-faceted character in this.
There was *some* amount of better diligence done to what April's place in the turtles' lives and family is than there was in the first movie, but not by a lot. Mostly the viewer has to rely on the turtles' tone of voices, facial expressions, and body language when they speak with her or about her.
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RDDReviewed in the United States on October 28, 2016
3.0 out of 5 stars
Better Than the Previous Film
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This movie contains some nice callbacks to the 1980s/1990s-era Ninja Turtles and the casting of Tyler Perry as Baxter Stockman and Stephen Amell as Casey Jones was fantastic! That said, the movie suffers from the same bloat that plagues many blockbusters today, wherein the filmmakers try to do too much and cannot spend enough time on everything. As goofy as the 1990s films were, they knew how to tell a well-structured story. Additionally, the film relies on a great deal of CGI rather than practical effects and there are several points where where it looks fake. Nickelodeon Films' involvement is unfortunate considering their current animated Ninja Turtles series, which is far and away better than what Michael Bay helped create here. Like the new television series, however, the Krang actually appear threatening instead of a joke. Two major improvements over the last film come in the form of costumes: the Turtles' gear/outfits look a lot better (and closer to the 1980s/1990s versions) in this film and Shredder's armor improves on the CGI-heavy monstrosity of the last film, with a sleek, black suit and helmet offering just enough menace without being over-the-top. This is a nice course-correction from the last film, but it falls short of what the franchise has to offer.
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H. ThorsonReviewed in the United States on July 22, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
Bebop, Rocksteady, and Krang, do you really need anything else?
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I don't understand what all the hate and animosity towards this film is about. You have a humanoid warthog and rhino in a tank chasing down 4 humanoid turtles, are you expecting a Martin Scorsese film production out of this movie with content like I just described? Yea it's goofy, yea it's silly, but for true TMNT fans it was the first time we got to see Bebop and Rocksteady AND Krang on the big screen and because we live in such a stupid gotta hate on it 'cause that's what makes me look cool society, well probably never see the 3rd installment of this film, which, in my opinion, probably had even more great things in-store for turtle fans. If you haven't seen this film, skip the first one, it's not that great, watch this one and set your mind back to the days when your grandma came to pick you up early from elementary school, because you were "sick", but she was actually taking you to the new TMNT movie.
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ArcherReviewed in the United States on October 27, 2018
3.0 out of 5 stars
This movie is for its target market only. Grown ups, you're going to hate it.
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If your 12, this movie has it all. bad guys that turn into a wise cracking rhinosarous and a purple mohawked warthog, Shredder, of course, with his army of street kids, even super bad guys from another dimension. Teleportation, rocket skateboards, supercharged garbage trucks pimped out like an arcade/rave inside, miles of karate, ninjitsu, and kung fu fights, the perfect hot girl, a guy in a hockey mask that kicks ***, and don't forget the mutant ninja turtles and their mutant rat sensei to boot. It is as if a 12 year old wrote it!
If you're over 25, It is as if a 12 year old wrote it. Big budget, some recognizable actors, even a couple of good ones, work hard to make this movie more credible, and entertaining. But there is only so much you can do with this script. At least there was an attempt at a plot line, though it is very thin, one dimensional.
While the theme of the entire movie seems to be violence, it is presented in a manner which I did not find offensive or excessive for the audience it is clearly made for. The main message, still, is tolerance and acceptance of those that are different from us. The language is clean, the characters are over the top silly, and the hot girl is fully dressed through out.
Let the kids watch this one alone in the family room. You'll be happier for it.
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Andrew HarmonReviewed in the United States on August 7, 2019
2.0 out of 5 stars
Broken steelbook blu rays...Joy...
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Disappointing. I bought 2 steelbook blu rays, Tmnt Out of the Shadows and Terminator 2. Nothing is wrong with the Terminator steelbook but as you can see in the pictures the Tmnt steelbook is not only dented, but the spine of the case is cracked and broken. It’s just frustrating bc the reason I buy these steelbooks is that they are somewhat collectors items so you want them to be treated as such. I figured I didn’t have anything to worry about since it was a new item and I bought it from prime and not a third party seller but I guess not. It’s not the first time in recent months that I’ve gotten damaged products from amazon and I’m surprised bc it has rarely if ever happened to me before. Like I said, just disappointing bc I really don’t feel like going to the trouble to return it and get another one that is possibly just as damaged. Probably just going to bite the bullet on this one.
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