Movie Review - TMNT: Out of the Shadows

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Director: David Green
Cast: Megan Fox, Stephen Amell, Will Arnett, Brian Tee, Tyler Perry, Brittany Ishibashi, Laura Linney, Stephen Farrelly, Gary Anthony Williams, Brad Garret, Noel Fisher, Jeremy Howard, Pete Ploszek, and Alan Ritchson.

The fact that this was far better than the 2014 film of TMNT speaks volumes. The movie did manage to beat our expectations. The action scenes are more polished and a better storyline too this time around. However it seems the 3D action had no place in the movie and had never been in focus.

The movie begins with a great action scene and stays that way till the very end. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has been there since the 1980’s and this seems to be hitting them now as they make a slow transition from teenagers to grown ups. Don’t worry they are still the same in every way, probably act a few years older but chances are, you probably won’t even notice. Which brings me to my next topic, Megan Fox. A scene involving her in a school uniform and small action bits does keep her in teen dream territory.

Shredder, the arch enemy of the ninja turtles is on the run again. With stronger allies, 2 mutated beings and an ally from another dimension. Together they plan to take over the world. Rocksteady played by the WWE superstar Sheamus and Bebop played by Gary Williams made for 2 very entertaining characters in the movie and managed to pull of their animated counterparts very well.

Overall a great movie, classic TMNT one liners will keep you entertained throughout the movie, and the addition of new characters and a much bigger storyline compromising of a bigger threat and better action simply makes this movie worth the watch. We at CityShor would rate this 3.5 on 5.

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