Movie Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Out of the shadows

TMNT-out-of--the-shadows--poster

 

Now people, not all mutants are humans. Some mutants are turtles, some mutants are ninja, heck they can even be teenagers. To save time and effort Out of the shadows features mutants that are all three – oh and like pizza too.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Movie Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)

 

 

Our review, but a bit of a forewarning; this one went an hour along – True Backlash was passionate about this one. Don’t worry people it’s good, mostly, click on and enjoy, my advice – listen to this on your smart phone and go for a walk, the time will fly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trailer-Rama: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)

 

They made another TMNT 2014 trailer, it’s awesome, haters need to find the bridge and get over it. Also, we had The Shredder, then Super Shredder, now Mecha Shredder – the evolution of the bad guy is now complete.

Trailer-Rama: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)

 

Haters are going to hate people, haters are going to hate. They’re gonna hate the concept, they’re gonna hate the actors, they’re gonna hate the CG, they’re gonna hate the story, they’re gonna hate the soundtrack, they’re gonna hate the fight scenes, they’re gonna hate the producers, they’re gonna hate for hate sake and they’re certainly gonna hate Micheal Bay. However people; if you watch this trailer and see the potential, that maybe, just maybe, this new take on TMNT might be good, then, we here at the Armada, will salute you.

 

 

 

This just in (Or not) – Megan Fox to be April O’Neil on new TMNT Movie

Yeah, I can see it.

Yeah, I can see it.

 

Ah the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The perfect example of the coolness of the 80’s: they are pizza eating mutates that lives in the sewer system of New York City who were also ninja taught by a man rat master and use said training to fight magic beings, interdimensional armies, and rival ninja clans lead by a dude called ‘the Shredder’ – what’s not to love. The series usually reboots every, oh I say, 7 years or so, and the latest run by nickelodeon is very impressive. However there hasn’t been a movie in a while, well it’s been a while since the Turtles was popular enough for another movie. Regardless there is a new movie in the works and Michael Bay is heading it, stop groaning – you love his movies, warts and all. So guess who got the role of famed journalistic hotie April O’Neil? Megan Fox, the same Megan Fox who says Bay ‘He wants to be like Hitler’ and swore never to work with the guy again. Let that be a lesion to you fokes… I’m not sure what it is, but it’s there. Anywho I’m sure she can do the job as Ms. O’Neil, afterall she’s got the body all she needs now is the jumpsuit and big hair. Stay tune for more alien/mutant news.

 

And now comedy at Michael Bay’s expense, sorry.

 

This just in (Or not) – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2012

 

Alright people, say what you will about the 80’s they have the ability to come back at ya. It might not be hairstyles, clothes or music; but sooner to later you’ll see it in games or cartoons. And what cartoon (something that could be the face of the 80’s itself) is coming back in a few months this year? The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles of course. The same, yet always different from each incarnation, TMNT is about four teenage mutant ninja turtles who live in the sewers of New York City; fighting against renegade ninja, savage mutates, and alien invaders from dimension X. Corny to intense the turtles were never boring and now its Nickelodeon’s turn at bat. Now people are already crying fowl that they won’t stay true to turtle power, but don’t sell them short yet, they did come out with the Last Airbender and their new show Kung Fu Panda is awesome (don’t pretend you don’t watch it) so nick can very well pull it off. We won’t know anything until the end of March.