History Awesome / TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles

14th Jul '17 9:17:09 PM DecisiveShark
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* For all the hate that this film gets, special mention must be made of the scene where Leonardo successfully revives a child using, for its time, fairly realistic looking CPR. Learning he has the skill to do this is shocking, but very cool.

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* For all the hate that this film gets, special mention must be made of the scene where Leonardo successfully revives a child using, for its time, fairly using CPR. Aside from the awesome surprise that Leo was sufficiently skilled in this if not outright certified, the performance of it looks far more realistic looking CPR. Learning he has than one would expect of a giant turtle, especially considering the skill to do this is shocking, but very cool.film's reputation for the turtle costumes.
14th Jul '17 9:10:14 PM DecisiveShark
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* For all the hate that this film gets, special mention must be made of the scene where Leonardo successfully revives a child using, for its time, fairly realistic looking CPR. Learning he has the skill to do this is shocking, but very cool.
10th Apr '17 10:39:02 AM nombretomado
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** Another one; Leo was ''owning'' Raph before TheReveal of Raph being the Nightwatcher, completely devastating him in the fistfight, it was only ''after'' Raphael's helmet was knocked off did Raph manage to even up with Leonardo, which means... Leo was holding back. And, in an ''actual'' fight to the death (as shown in the ScrewAttack video), Leo would've won.

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** Another one; Leo was ''owning'' Raph before TheReveal of Raph being the Nightwatcher, completely devastating him in the fistfight, it was only ''after'' Raphael's helmet was knocked off did Raph manage to even up with Leonardo, which means... Leo was holding back. And, in an ''actual'' fight to the death (as shown in the ScrewAttack Website/ScrewAttack video), Leo would've won.
26th Mar '17 9:38:19 AM nombretomado
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* And before that, the rooftop fight between Raph and Leo. After over twenty years of existence, we finally get to see a no holds barred fight between the two brothers, one that at first seems to be a draw before Raph manages to break Leo's blades and come a hair's breadth from killing him. While the fight itself is arguably the emotional climax of the film, the look on Raph's face and NolanNorth's performance manage to make it a truly devastating, yet still awesome, fight.

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* And before that, the rooftop fight between Raph and Leo. After over twenty years of existence, we finally get to see a no holds barred fight between the two brothers, one that at first seems to be a draw before Raph manages to break Leo's blades and come a hair's breadth from killing him. While the fight itself is arguably the emotional climax of the film, the look on Raph's face and NolanNorth's Creator/NolanNorth's performance manage to make it a truly devastating, yet still awesome, fight.
15th Feb '17 4:31:30 PM SirSapphire
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** It's not just the fights, the Turtles are all able to fully emote and even believably ''cry'' at several points. The suits immediately draw you into the illusion that these magnificent creatures are one hundred percent ''real'.'

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** It's not just the fights, the Turtles are all able to fully emote and even believably ''cry'' at several points. The suits immediately draw you into the illusion that these magnificent creatures are one hundred percent ''real'.'''real''.
15th Feb '17 4:31:07 PM SirSapphire
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** It's not just the fights, the Turtles are all able to fully emote and even believably ''cry'' at several points. The suits immediately draw you into the illusion that these magnificent creatures are one hundred percent ''real'.'
31st May '16 3:39:54 PM LEDbullet
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* In one scene, Raphael helps Keno cheat his way through a near-impossible test: removing a series of bells from a mannequin while unable to see due to using a smokescreen. ''in complete silence.'' As soon as the smokebomb clouds the room, Raph's faint silhouette can briefly be made out, and only the swift movements of his arms can be heard, before the smoke clears and Keno is holding every single bell. The scene expertly demonstrates that while the Turtles may walk around in broad daylight, wear terrible disguises, and ham it up in stealthy situations, they are still ''trained and professional ninja.'' Not only that, but the scene also demonstrates that despite his attitude and arguments with Splinter, Raph still takes his training very seriously.



** The animation crew at Imagi studios really deserve major credit for that sequence, the expressions as noted were incredible; especially when Raph realizes that he may have actually done the deed coupled with Leo's own harsh look of "See? this is why you're not ready," as Raph's sai is in his face.

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** The animation crew at Imagi studios really deserve major credit for that sequence, the expressions as noted were incredible; especially when Raph realizes that he may have actually done the deed coupled with Leo's own harsh look of "See? this is why you're not ready," as Raph's sai is in his face.
21st Nov '15 9:20:01 PM Mikeyfan93
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26th Aug '15 7:17:15 PM nombretomado
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* The special effects of the first movie (Done by Creator/JimHenson, the man behind ''SesameStreet'' and ''TheMuppetShow'', of all people) arguably make the entire thing one long Moment of Awesome, but what stands out the most are the fights between the Turtles and the Foot which are energetic and imaginative. The fact that they pulled this off with four of the principal performers in 100lb costumes and nearly blind makes it all the more impressive.

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* The special effects of the first movie (Done by Creator/JimHenson, the man behind ''SesameStreet'' ''Series/SesameStreet'' and ''TheMuppetShow'', ''Series/TheMuppetShow'', of all people) arguably make the entire thing one long Moment of Awesome, but what stands out the most are the fights between the Turtles and the Foot which are energetic and imaginative. The fact that they pulled this off with four of the principal performers in 100lb costumes and nearly blind makes it all the more impressive.
1st Aug '15 12:36:47 AM Mikeyfan93
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* Say what you will about the logic in the scene, but you gotta give credit to Movie!Vanilla Ice for coming up with an impromptu song-and-dance number ''on the spot'' when the Turtles crash his gig.
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