Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Theatrical) Review

TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES

Ninja Turtles is abrasively scattered, jumping between once impossible rounds of in-movie marketing and then moving into flustering hyper activity. Johanthan Liebsman may direct, but the nauseous slaughter of natural cinematography is wholly formed in the mind of producer Michael Bay. In fact, all of this is, from an ungainly villain who is villainous because he has pointy things to unnecessary explosions. Ninja Turtles abruptly closes on a rocket launch to pierce the otherwise quaint dialog scene, as if the feature failed to reach its quota prior.”

Read my full review of TMNT at DoBlu

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