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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Raphael Gift Set (Blu-ray 3D + DVD + Digital HD)


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  • Actors: Megan Fox, Will Arnett
  • Directors: Jonathan Liebesman
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: December 16, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (162 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00MENPF6U
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,928 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014) Limited Edition Gift Set includes a highly detailed collectible statue of Raphael, winner of the online contest to become the Amazon exclusive figure. Created using the digital character model that brought Raphael to life in the movie, the figure captures every detail perfectly, from his signature red bandana and sunglasses, to his scaled, muscular body and battle-worn shell. Raphael is posed in a battle-ready stance, with his twin sais outstretched. The figure stands 6.5 inches tall atop a detailed street scene display base, complete with sewer entrance, and spans over 7 inches wide and nearly 5 inches deep. This Raphael statue is a must-have for any TMNT fan, and the perfect addition to any collection.

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Includes Dolby Atmos – Dolby Atmos is a revolutionary new audio technology that transports you into extraordinary entertainment experience. With Dolby Atmos enabled receivers and speaker configurations, sound comes from all directions, including overhead, to create an immersive experience with clarity, richness, detail, and depth. With existing home theater systems, you will get a great surround sound experience.

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The kids and I loved this movie.
Mary L. Albright
It hurts me to no end to say such negative things about a TMNT movie like this; i've been a fan my whole life; the TMNT mean something to me.
B. Green
I loved the imagery, the fights were awesome, the voice acting was great, and the plot was very good!
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118 of 160 people found the following review helpful By B. Green on August 9, 2014
Format: Blu-ray
This film has without a doubt definitely split the fanbase, you either like it or you hate it. I'm going to try and give my best reasons as to why this film was just not very good, if you don't agree with them i understand, but just try to take some of my points into consideration instead of ridiculing me, calling me a non-fan, calling me a hater, or any other childish response.

1. To start off, the plot is incredibly generic and basically rips off part of the plot of The Amazing Spider-man. The plot also holds very little motive for both the heroes and villains actions(more on that further down, see #3 and #4).
The foot clan just inhabits New York city's underground, it's never really explained why they and Shredder are even there, but every now and then they steal stuff for generic evil mega rich business man Eric Sacks, who is secretly a member of their clan. The second they find out that there are these mutated turtles still alive from a genetic experiment thought lost in a lab fire a decade or so ago with mutagen in their blood, they ditch whatever they were doing to catch these creatures.
Throw out decades of established story elements and character traits; add in an hour of generic action movie special effects and lots of destruction; leave an opening for a potentially even more generic sequel; roll credits. That's the plot of Jonathan Liebesman TMNT in a nutshell.

2. During the pre-production there were reports that they were having major script issues, and it shows, the films story is such a huge mess that you could just tell it had been through quite a few rewrites.
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48 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Dustin Gilliam on August 16, 2014
Format: Blu-ray
There is no need for the backlash that this new reboot has seen. The original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film is still the best turtles feature, and although this is not the fan boy's dream like we all hoped it might be, it still brings an interesting dynamic and proves that the Turtles are just as fun to watch as ever.

A real fan isn't afraid of change. It happens all the time, especially when a new director wants to show his version of any project. They want to make a mark and tell their own story, and whenever a new remake happens it is almost a guarantee that it will disappoint some fans. It should be known that my previous experience with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has been the original three films, and before that the action figures and t.v. series, and most recently TMNT(2007). It's not likely that I have invested more than fifty bucks and two-dozen hours into the franchise itself. Having said that, I assume that places me into a casual audience perspective, however I remember enjoying the original film and it's sequel during the nineteen hundred nineties.

The original was an amazing comic/t.v. series goes to big screen phenomenon, but I'm sure they had plenty of adult critics to listen to in the late 80s. The kids that saw that film are grown people now, and I bet they don't have a bad thing to say about the original turtles movies and show, but that doesn't make them perfect.

Now we have four live action transformer movies, and they just keep cherry picking from everyone's childhood toy box. Imagine my excitement being moderate after hearing about a Michael Bay involvement.. not as director, although I'm sure a direct influence. At least we get a new turtles movie.
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47 of 68 people found the following review helpful By David Kilmer on August 12, 2014
Format: Blu-ray
I am a giant Ninja Turtles fan. When I heard about this movie I was very excited to see it. I bought all the Crush soda I could, I've collected all four special Crush soda cans. I even earned myself a free ticket getting those cans. I don't really know if it was just me or not, but I was not very pleased with this movie. Don't get me wrong, it isn't really bad, film wise. The plot is executed with no problems, the script isn't horrible, and for the most part, the cast is full of some pretty good actors. All that comes into play in the downfall of this movie. This isn't a Ninja Turtle movie, this is another Michael Bay film. For about the first 45 minutes the turtles aren't really even on screen that often. Megan Fox steals the show from the turtles completely. Megan's character is the main focus of the movie and her scenes just drag on until you're sitting there awaiting the comic relief of the turtles. That brings me to another fault in this movie. It is being marketed as a children's movie, which it certainly is not. The jokes are mainly sexual and most are coming from Mikey, and directed towards Megan. Be aware that this is a very violent and inappropriate film for children. Again I say, this is not in fact, a bad movie. Just a bad Ninja Turtles movie.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By QuickSilverSeven on August 9, 2014
Format: Blu-ray
Having grown up with the Turtles since the beginning, I went into the theater with the hopes of seeing a fun movie that captured the spirit of the Turtles, along with their martial arts antics, knowing they may have dangerous weapons, but since it's a kid's themed concept, rarely ever use them to dismember or kill their enemies. Also with the hope of seeing Shredder and Splinter play big roles. I wasn't worried how April O'Neil was portrayed too much, since she's not the character I'm paying a ticket to see.
I was not disappointed. After hints of the Turtles leaving their mark, we finally get to seeing the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles about 1/4th into the movie. After establishing their origin from a laboratory study of a special anti virus mutagen, the Foot Clan and Shredder, now equipped in a super, high tech Armored Uniform, attack the Turtles to harvest their blood for a sinister plan to infect NY City, and then hold them hostage with the possession of the only cure.
Raphael plays a major part here, underplaying the significance of Leo, who is normally the boss in charge in the various cartoon series. Donatello has lots of equipment knowledge, but we don't see any major devices highlighted that turn the tables on the enemy other than their standard equipment, and Mikey's role here lives up the pizza loving, skate boarding, Cowabunga style he's famous for. Splinter is a tough master here, and highly skilled with his tail as a whip, which was a nice trick.
So while your exact expectations may not be fulfilled, remember that the Turtles go into every fight with plenty of attitude and the spirit of having fun, which this movie captures really well.
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Regular BLU Ray also included?
This should say "3 disc edition". Just zoom in on the picture of the set that Amazon has posted, and you will see it is the "Blu-ray 3D + Blu-Ray + DVD + HD Digital" version included. The regular Blu-ray 3D set (without the figure) is also mislabeled as being a "2 disc... Read More
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