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thenodfather
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles the Movie

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III


I remember going to see these in the Cinema and enjoyed them quite allot. The third one was a dip in quality, but still all far better than that C.G.I. Crap that came out in the past five years.
The should have used Turtle Power on Vanilla Ice for that song in part two though [Razz] )

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I bought all three Turtles flicks for my son couple of years ago.
Fun stuff!

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Chris the CandyFanMan
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A pretty good trilogy all in all; yes, there was a drop of sorts for part III, but not as detrimentally as with other franchises.
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Yeah they are entertaining. Good harmless fun.
I wondering from a casting point of view why the actress for April O'Neill is different in 2 and 3, as well as some of the voices being different in 2 than 1 and 3.

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The first TMNT movie was a phenomenon and easily the best of the three (remember the stupid censorship of the nunchucks scene?). Judith Hoag (April O' Neal) was replaced by Paige Turco (who'd go onto star in cult classic TV show 'American Gothic') in the sequels. Judith didn't want to reprise the role because they were making April a minor character.
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Honestly, I think part 2 actually went on to becoming my favorite in the trilogy. I haven't watched any of the movies in awhile and I know if I were to sit and watch them again, I might be singing a different tune. But based off of memory alone. I remember part 2 being the most cheesy and cartoon-ish of the bunch. And I suppose that was the appeal of it to me. It was most like the cartoon out of all of them.
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