Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: 25th Anniversary Collector’s Edition

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  • Cowabunga, Dudes!Blu-ray Collection Includes All 4 Films with Radical Extras and Collectibles!Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: Turtles in Time, and TMNT.Plus Awesome Collector’s Items: Comic Book, Sketch with Co-Creator Peter Laird’s Autograph, Radical Beanie Hat, 8 TMNT Character Cards, All 4 Movies! Forma

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Cowabunga, Dudes! Blu-ray Collection Includes All 4 Films with Radical Extras and Collectibles! Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: Turtles in Time, and TMNT…. More >>

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: 25th Anniversary Collector’s Edition

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  1. At first, I thought this was a great idea and an awesome buy. My two favorite TMNT movies as a kid were being brought out onto blu-ray finally. (Ninja Turtles and Ninja Turtles: Secret of the Ooze)

    I actually hate the 3rd film, and I already have the 4th film on HDDVD, so, I was basically gonna throw down $56 for the first two movies, only because it was going to be fully remastered and supposedly had deleted scenes, trailers, commentary and whatnot…until…

    …I researched these rumors, only to find out that Warner Bros e-mailed someone on a forum board, letting them know it’s the same basic movies that they released on DVD years ago, with NO BONUS FEATURES WHATSOEVER!

    And with that, I advise everyone to steer clear of this horrible blu-ray release. If and when they smarten up and bring out the real 25th Anniversary Special Collector’s edition filled with amazing special features (because there’s a lot, I’ve seen a bunch on youtube), then I’ll buy it. Until then…you just lost yourself a sale.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. Why all of a sudden is TMNT 3 called Turtles in Time? When it was first released it was just TMNT 3. It is a terrible movie and should not be connected with the very entertaining game. Nothing in common with the game, or even anything with the TMNT universe, exept for the turtles.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  3. I just had my entire childhood rush back to me. I’ve been waiting so long for the turtles to come to Blu-ray, and now it’s finally happening! TURTLE POWER!!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. I’m absolutely thrilled that the original live-action TMNT (1990) movie is being offered on Blu-Ray. I’m extremely disappointed that I have to buy this box set in order to get the original TMNT movie. The upset comes from the fact that the movies, other than the CGI TMNT (2007), are not available separately from the box set.

    PROS:

    + Able to get the original TMNT (1990) movie on Blu-Ray

    + If you like all four movies, this is a great deal

    + Bonus features are plentiful

    CONS:

    – Original TMNT (1990) not available to buy separately

    – Forced to buy the other three if you don’t like them

    – If you already own the TMNT (2007), you’ll have a duplicate

    In my opinion, TMNT2: Secret of the Ooze was too cheesy of a sequel compared to the surprisingly dark and violent original movie. TMNT3: Turtles in Time left a bad taste in all fans’ mouth due to it not having anything to do with the arcade game of the same name. In fact, TMNT3 doesn’t have any TMNT regular villains; rather it sends the Turtles back to feudal Japan (which isn’t a bad storyline but it could have been its own movie without the Turtles).

    And finally, I felt the TMNT (2007) CGI film was absolute garbage. Not only for screwing up the Karai “City at War” storyline badly, but also for having terrible-looking CGI rather than using live actors and puppets/suits of the original three films, which looked infinitely better. You gotta wonder why special effects looked better in the 1990s rather than in modern times. I blame laziness and CGI (CGI is much easier to pull off than real special effects, and can be easily off-shored). Though, it still doesn’t look as bad as Robert Zemeckis’s terrible CGI garbage films like Beowulf and the upcoming A Christmas Carol. I feel this movie just doesn’t belong in this set, as you can buy it separately, and it was done by completely different writers and special effects people than the 1990s live-action films.

    The original three movies were done by the Jim Henson “Creature Shop” (Jim was even alive for the first movie) which means the effects were absolutely brilliant and light-years ahead of even today’s CGI. If you’re too young to have experienced this when it was first released, go watch the first three films immediately. And also, be sure to catch Jim Henson’s other special effects masterpieces such as Labyrinth and The Dark Crystal (skip Mirrormask).

    I can understand that collectors would want all four movies. I can understand that, separately, TMNT2: Secret of the Ooze and TMNT3: Turtles in Time are not popular enough to warrant separate Blu-Ray releases. But I believe the original TMNT (1990) is popular and a classic enough to warrant its own stand-alone Blu-Ray release.

    I’ll probably buy this set just to have TMNT (1990) but I’d prefer a stand-alone release. If a stand-alone were ever release, I’d be selling my box set copy on Amazon Marketplace.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  5. OK I have all 4 on DVD already but I could not resist the urge to seeing this in High Def

    This box set contains all 4 films and a few cool items in the box the only bad thing about this box set is that there are no Blu Ray extra but it don’t matter if you are a life long TMNT fan like myself then pick this up now.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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