NC TMNT review by MaroBot

Date Aired
April 22nd, 2009
Running Time

NC: Hello, I'm the Nostalgia Critic. I remember it, so you don't have to! As you all know, I love everything Nostalgic. But since Day 1 of starting this show everybody has been requesting me to do a certain CGI film that actually came out rather recently. A little film known as: TMNT.

Title card of TMNT and the footage of it are shown.

NC (Voiceover): I guess since I grow up with the other Ninja Turtle movies, everyone wants to know what I think of this newest one. And since the Ninja Turtles were a large part of my childhood I could technically this as something nostalgic.

NC: Now I am not want to fall victim to appear pressured. I just do what everybody tells me in hopes of feeling secure. So I have decided to review the latest installment of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle film. It ain't good? Is it strange of is it as bad as some of the others? Well, let's take a look.

NC (Voiceover): So it starts off with our opening sequence, which apparently is so cheap, that they couldn't even bother to spell out the entire title. We get a narrator played by Laurence Fishburne who introduces us to our heroes.

Narrator: Four turtles. Genetically reborn in the sewers of New York.

NC: Wow. Brief.

NC (Voiceover): I mean geez. They expect us to buy this whole mutated turtle thing pretty quickly, don't they? Most people would consider that a little out of the norm. I mean, is the title the only real backstory we're gonna get about them? How the hell do you think they described the Star Wars trilogy?

The scene of Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader battling. NC (Voiceover, mocking the narrator): A god with the sword. His father... Darth Vader cuts off Luke's hand.

NC (Voiceover, mocking the narrator): They... don't get along.

NC (Voiceover): This is like the breifest description of the Ninja Turtles ever. Imagine if you didn't know who the Ninja Turtles were.

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