Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie


Action / Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Drama / Family / Fantasy / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh77%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright94%
IMDb Rating5.9104032

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Top cast

Kat Graham Photo
Kat Graham as April O'Neil
Haley Joel Osment Photo
Haley Joel Osment as Casey Jones
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Rhys Darby as Hypno-Potamus
Ben Schwartz Photo
Ben Schwartz as Leo
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788.83 MB
English 2.0
24 fps
1 hr 25 min
P/S 10 / 92
1.58 GB
English 5.1
24 fps
1 hr 25 min
P/S 8 / 114

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by jeremycrimsonfox9 / 10

Nice Way To Continue A Series That Deserves Better

Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is an underrated series that lasted two seasons, with fans bashing it for being a comedy and not having many established characters outside the Turtles, Splinter, and April O'Neal (even going as far as to make Shredder a secret while having new character Baron Draxum, voiced by professional wrestler John Cena, as the recurring enemy),but I found it to be a better comedy than Teen Titans Go! And this movie could be the farewell the series needs (unless it does well enough to warrant a third season happening0.

In the year 2044, the world has been taken over by the Krang, a race of aliens, who even defeat the resistance led by the Turtles. However, Casey Jones (not Cassandra Jones),the apprentice of Leo, is sent back in time to stop the Krang from entering Earth via a mystic doorway. Meanwhile, Leonardo's goofing off is getting on Raphael's nerves, which gets to a breaking point when the Foot Clan steal a mysterious object. Meeting Casey and learning the object is the key, the Turtles must stop the Krang and change the future, a task made more challenging when the aliens steal their mystic powers.

Being a Netflix movie, this movie does a lot of things that the TV was now allowed to (one scene had Future Leo swearing, the Krang mutating people in horrific ways). But the movie does keep the style and humor the show was known for. The movie reunites some of the cast of the show (Ben Schwartz is back as Leonardo, Eric Bauza as Master Splinter, and Omar Benson Miller as Raphael, among the other Turtles, April, and some of the villains that appear in this movie). Haley Joel Osment joins the cast as the voice of Casey Jones, while Jim Pirri and. Toks Oglagundoye voices two of the Krang leaders. This movie feels like it topped the series finale, as it has the Turtles fighting the Krang, which is a known character in the TMNT franchise, to prevent a dark future from falling not only on New York City, but the rest of the world as well.

Reviewed by keanemonk-3815210 / 10

If you like the series then you'll love this! Dont listen to review bombers.

The original Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles show was review bombed for its unique approach to the Turtles and sadly the same thing is happening with its movie counterpart. Give this movie a shot! The characters are really likable and the animation is beyond spectacular, trust me im not exaggerating.

Reviewed by omgitzphoenix10 / 10


I'm not much for a critic, I don't usually do reviews, or say my say in a film mostly cause I forget half the time. However this latest iteration of the brothers is something I was most excited for, one of my favourite childhood films were TMNT ( 2007 )

That was the first time I was introduced to the Turtles and I've loved them ever since, from their character dynamics, to their development and their teammaking decisions ( when they all work as a team ) .

Granted I've not really watched any of the TV shows nor the classic films, TMNT was really the only thing I saw with them until the live action films,

Then I heard about a new film for 2022 that was a film for the series I had never watched, I was like; sure why not. And then today, when it finally premiered on Netlfix, I watched it and boy was I not disappointed.

For the first time since 2007, I finally was able to watch a film that felt a similar dynamic that my childhood film managed to presume, I loved this movie.

The plot was funny, it had its sad moments and its exciting moments, the characters felt fleshed out, the only issue I had is that I didn't agree how they designed Splinter, other than that I still loved him.

The Krang felt like a powerful foe once again and posed a great threat to Earth and it was up to Casey to find a way to convince the Turtles to work together!

I won't lie, I wasn't used to seeing Rath be the one with common sense, and the most mature out of the Turtles, I just remembered Leo being that. But it was great for their characters. Leo's sacrifice at the end really made some tears, I legitimately thought he wasn't coming back.

My review ain't big, this is my first time, but from what I watched, I'm more excited for the upcoming cinema release for Seth Rogan's attempt with the Turtles.

10/10 film. Highly recommended.

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