Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 1991 PG CC

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The Turtles have been forced to move in with their friend the news reporter April O'Neil, because the Foot Clan knows the whereabouts of their lair in the sewers.

Starring:
Paige Turco, David Warner
Runtime:
1 hour 29 minutes

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: The Secret of the Ooze

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Genres Science Fiction, Adventure, Action, Comedy, Kids & Family
Director Michael Pressman
Starring Paige Turco, David Warner
Supporting actors Michelan Sisti, Leif Tilden, Kenn Scott, Mark Caso, Kevin Clash, Ernie Reyes Jr., François Chau, Toshishiro Obata, Raymond Serra, Mark Ginther, Kurt Bryant, Kevin Nash, Joseph Amodei, Nick DeMarinis, Kelli Rabke, Susie Essman, Lee Spencer, Gianpaolo Bonaca
Studio Warner Bros.
MPAA rating PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Best 90s movie ever.
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The movie's plot is simple, and it doesn't have bad words and things like that, so it's a really good movie for kids.
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I love this movie and am glad I can have my kids watch it now.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By N. Chiemelu on November 25, 2004
Format: DVD
I hadn't watched this movie in years, I was a huge Turtle fan back in the day, but then I bought the 3-disc movie set and the first one I popped in was Secret of the Ooze to watch with my friends. It was 10 times funnier than I remember because there were so many jokes that I never picked up on/got when I was kid that I can now (eg. the Ralph Nader/net joke).

The movie is much lighter and campier than the first but it works better that way. I mean, come on, we're dealing with a group of teenage mutant turtles who were trained in the art of the ninja by a giant rat named Splinter in New York City. You can't take it too seriously and the movie works well to just have fun with Leo, Donnie, Ralph and Mikey. The one flaw of this movie was no more crazy Casey Jones and the addition of that annoying Asian kid Keno (Surf Ninjas, another classicly bad great movie). Aside from that, I liked that the turtles had to deal with the fact that there origins were essentially a scientific "uh oh" and this movies has some of the best lines. Donnie: You take the ugly one!

Ralph: No, you take the ugly one!

Leo: I'll take the ugly one!

Mikey: Which one's the ugly one?!

Oh, it doesn't get any better than that. Oh wait, Vanilla Ice is in the movie too so I guess it does.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 20, 2001
Format: VHS Tape
This Turtles film is almost as good as the oringal. It's not quite as dark and serious as the first and does have a few goofy gimmicks. Actually specifically, it's the two mutants Shredder creates that are gimmicky. Still it's a cool movie. If you liked the first or anything Ninja Turtles related, give it a shot.
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25 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Inspector Gadget on December 1, 2002
Format: DVD
This film opens with tremendous confidence and energy. The humor of the Turtles may be so 1990 but I still dig it. The opening scene in the shopping mall is way funny and a great way to introduce is to the sequel. At the time the style of the Turtles wasn't so stale, so the plot may seem a bit childish or dumb now.
I have no doubts that if this movie were made today it would not be subtitled 'The Secret of the Ooze'. One can hardly expect high art from a movie called Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II but they could have subtitled it something a little less crass. Apparently taking place right after the first movie (where's Casey) it wastes no time bringing back the Shredder and the rest of the Foot Clan.
This time Shredder aims to steal the cannister of ooze that mutated our heroes so he can make his own monsters to avenge his defeat. The result is Tokka and Rahzar and it seems like a half-attempt at a live-action version of Rocksteady and Bebop. As you can imagine, this plot isn't very clever. But the movie never really lulls so long as our heroes are on screen.
Look out for a cameo by Vanilla Ice (looking alarmingly like Dolph Lundgren) at the end. It's so dated it may be difficult to watch but as long as your alone you won't have to cringe.
The DVD has wonderful motion menus as well as a great 1.85:1 anamorphic picture with Dolby 5.1 sound. Extras are thin but still it's a great buy.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Daniel A Moir on October 8, 2002
Format: DVD
I can't possibly give this movie the five stars I would like to. It's been a long time since I've seen it until I found it at Wal-Mart. I bought it, and very eagerly watched it, and while I still love it I am also no longer marred by being a child, the flaws of this movie are simply that its dated now. Michelangelo's comment about "video games in 3D" garnered a chuckle out of me because for over almost a decade now video games have been in 3D.
Its kind of weird how this works. As a child I didn't much care for the first Turtles movie, but as an adult suddenly the humor makes sense and I find it to be a very enjoyable flick, in contrast, TMNT 2, which was my favorite as a child of the TMNT trilogy, now seems... well... childish. Its not that this movie is unenjoyable, as its still a fun movie, just don't expect the depth of something like... say X-Men, or Spider-Man, the type of super hero movies I tend to go for now. I think its safe to say that I've out grown the Ninja Turtles. Still, as a Jim Henson fan, I'm still glad I have this movie now, as I am a Henson completist and am trying to get every Henson related film on DVD. I may be single still, but I hope to have a family someday, and it will be great to be able to show these types of movies to my children who will likely find more entertainment value out of this particular installment than I did.
Please don't misunderstand the review, its not that I don't like this film, it's just that as an adult, the first movie was a lot better.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Luci on October 12, 2004
Format: VHS Tape
I'd really like to give this movie 5 stars because I love and have loved the ninja turtles since they came out in the late 80's. The movie is well done, the costumes look better in the second movie then they do in both the first and the third movie, and the overall tone of the movie is upbeat.

However there are several glaring flaws that caused me to wonder if the editors were sleeping when this movie was on the cutting room floor.

Things like their bandanas kept getting caught up under the spot where the turtle heads went over the neck on the costume. Costume malfunction? Constantly. Also there are SEVERAL scenes where they would have weapons strapped to their backs, then they wouldn't have them, then they'd have them again. I mean come on, what kind of ninjas would go into battle without their weapons? And at the end...when Shredder dumps the ooze on himself and mutates into SuperShredder....why in the world did his armor and clothes mutate also? (besides the fact that someone thought it would look 'cool'?)

Overall, the scripts were done well, even Ernie Rayes did a good job as Keno, AND did his own fighting sequences. Casey isn't in this one, we can only assume he's goongalla gone for a while...maybe he went back up to that house in the first one?

Two of the turtles voices are the same, Leo and Donny. Raph has a different actor in each movie, and Donny....only because Corey Feldman was working out his cocaine issues. His voice actor was good still, and I rather liked it better then Corey's voice, though Corey's voice was much more distinctive. And Leonardo's voice actor is the same guy who voiced Bunji from the Bionic Six cartoon (anyone remember that one?)

And don't forget to watch out for cameos by three of the four turtle actors.
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