TMNT Talkback "Turtles Forever" (Spoilers)

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"Turtles Forever" is a love letter to fans. How much do you love it back?

  • Five stars

    Votes: 97 72.9%
  • Four stars

    Votes: 28 21.1%
  • Three stars

    Votes: 6 4.5%
  • Two stars

    Votes: 1 0.8%
  • One star

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • I want to banish it to Dimension X with the Technodrome.

    Votes: 1 0.8%

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Ian

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Previously, on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: After months of trawling cyberspace, the turtles manage to restore Master Splinter—just in time for Casey and April’s wedding, a celebration involving some of the turtles’ closest friends. Before the couple can tie the knot, however, The Cyber Shredder and his forces crash the party in his latest attempt to kill the turtles. He does not succeed. Casey and April tie the knot.

Previously, on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: A mission to steal an anti-mutagen ray from the Technodrome turns complicated, as Krang uses his new body to attack the turtles! However, thanks to Donny’s new Turtle Blimp, the tides quickly turn, and the Technodrome is banished to Dimension X.

Previously, on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: After defeating the Purple Dragons gang, Splinter tells his sons about the death of Hamato Yoshi at the hands of Oroku Saki, a.k.a. The Shredder, and how it indirectly led to their creation. He then gives them their lives’ mission, which the turtles carry out: Avenge Master Yoshi: kill Oroku Saki.

Previously, in real life: On a lark, comic book enthusiasts Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird create and publish a comic about four anthropomorphic adolescent terrapin martial artists. Unexpectedly, it becomes a huge hit, kick-starting a multi-million dollar franchise now on its 25th year and changing their lives forever.

Now: Searching for an advantage over the turtles, Krang and Shredder (a.k.a. “Uncle Phil”) venture to a parallel Earth—let’s call it Earth-03—to recruit Saki’s counterpart, a familiar Utrom stranded in an icy asteroid. However they were not alone: the turtles of their Earth have also made the trip with them! Now, the two set of turtles must team-up to stop two Shredders, the Foot Clan, mutants, mobile battle fortresses, and save the very fabric of the multiverse.


Written by: Rob David, Matthew Drdek, and Lloyd Goldfine
Directed by: Roy Burdine and Lloyd Goldfine
Starring: Sisterniklaas, Abbey, Grayson, Regal, and more.
Original air-date: November 21, 2009

Synopsis:
The classic Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles from the 1980's are back with a new adventure set in the present day with the Turtles of the 21st Century! There's more Ninja Turtles than ever before – so many that we could only fit them in a movie-sized event! This ninja tag-team extraordinaire begins when the new the gigantic, evil, and terrifying Technodrome (a giant mobile battle station from the original 1988 TMNT animated series) suddenly appears in our world, carrying with it the original 1988 series Ninja Turtles. Our world's Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello and Michelangelo find themselves with a huge mystery to solve and four crazy Turtles to babysit! Can the Turtles of the past and the Turtles of the present stop annoying each other long enough to prevent all of time and space from unraveling? It's a must-see special event for the millions of Turtles fans everywhere that journeys across multiple dimensions, full of twists, turns, and more Ninja Turtles than you’ve ever seen before.

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Hmm... I don't think this takes place right after the 5 episode pilot of the 80s cartoon. It COULD take place just about any time after that I suppose... though they do refer to them as the 88 characters.

I'm soooooo excited. Just 7 hours away for me!
 

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25 years of Ninja Turtles. Never thought I'd see the franchise last this long. This movie is the series finale to most of the TMNT universes as the franchise is re-booted for Nick in 2012.

I sure hope they go out with a bang.
 

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Hmm... I don't think this takes place right after the 5 episode pilot of the 80s cartoon. It COULD take place just about any time after that I suppose... though they do refer to them as the 88 characters.
Which is why I said "previously on", instead of "last time" ;) -- season 1 is the only thing we know definitively happened in its entirety, so it's what I'm counting as my baseline.
 

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This film was really great. This is the first time that I can't hate my CW station for airing it early.
It looks like Viacom's already on the Turtles arses since you can see the name 'Viacom Interrnational' in the ending credits at the bottom of the screen and at the bottom of one of the scenes in the commercial talking about Turtles Forever being broadcasted next Saturday.
I'm guessing Turtles Forever will be shown in its individual three parts huh?
 

mariofan62

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The movie is good so far, but 4kids did one part wrong. In the movie, the 1988 turtles didn't hide their identity in daylight, but in the 1988 cartoon, the turtles did.
 

Dub

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He was the evil turtle on the 80's cartoon. He didn't appear that often. His color was black, he had pointed teeth, spikes on his arm and kneepads and always had a mad on for his "binky" - a palm tree. He was dumb as a brick (like most of the campy 80's characters) but also something of a powerhouse.

They seem to have gone and turned Hun (via the mutagen) into a darker 2K3 interpretation of him. Sort of an indirect callback I think.
 

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YESSSSSS!!!!!! The TMNT Movie Villains. Also Bebop and Rocksteady!!!! This movie is giving everything to me. loving it so far. :D
 

ThePRPD

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I loved it when the 80s Turtles broke the fourth wall and the 2k3 characters looked so lost.

80s Shredder is so powerless.
 

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