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

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: 25th Anniversary Collector’s Edition (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles / Secret of the Ooze / Turtles in Time / TMNT) [Blu-ray]

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  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Color; Widescreen

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.

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  1. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Simply put… AMAZING., November 7, 2009
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    Ben

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    This review is from: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: 25th Anniversary Collector’s Edition (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles / Secret of the Ooze / Turtles in Time / TMNT) [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray)

    Ok, I admit, I’m a bit biased as I grew up watching TMNT on saturday mornings, playing with the action figures, and dressing up as Mikey on halloween. Yes, I’m a teenage mutant ninja turtles fan-boy. This package is everything a turtle fan could ask for. All films look great on Blu-ray, especially TMNT (when Raph and Leo are fighting in the rain, the detail is amazing!). You even get some cool gear like a comic, photos, pictures, even a beanie hat! But that’s all just icing on the cake. Just all 4 movies on blu-ray is awesome enough. Buy it, you won’t be disappointed. Turtle power!

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  2. 18 of 21 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    TMNT fans, brace yourselves; the Turtles have arrived on Blu-ray, August 21, 2009
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    This review is from: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: 25th Anniversary Collector’s Edition (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles / Secret of the Ooze / Turtles in Time / TMNT) [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray)

    Ever since I started watching blu-ray last year, I had always wondered when the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movies would come out on blu-ray. They’ve been overdue for a remastering, and plus, their anniversary is this year, so what better timing? I saw this set pop up right here on Amazon and I saw that my wish had finally been fulfilled. The question is, though, did they get the remastering they deserved?

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – The classic that everyone knows and loves. It’s darker in tone than the other three, thus capturing the original comic book feel that Peter Laird and Kevin Eastman gunned for back when they did the original comics. Of course, parents didn’t like it, so the tone didn’t stay in future sequels. However, the literal darkness of the film happens to be the achilles’ heel of this release. There’s grain all over the place. It looks as if they transferred some of it, but didn’t bother to do it on some scenes. One scene where Raph wanders out in broad daylight wearing a trench coat is where the grain is at it’s worst, believe it or not. The dark scenes ALL have grain all over them. Some scenes are entirely devoid of any grain, though. So, what gives Warner Bros.? Couldn’t touch all of it up? Now, believe me when I say this: This is the best the movie has ever looked. However, it lacks the detail of better blu-ray releases (though some of the detail is noticeable in the costumes of the Turtles), and the grain was to be expected, considering how dark the movie originally was, and as well as it being rather low-budget when it was first shot. The animatronics still stand the test of time, and this is the best they’ve ever looked, but I still wish more effort was put into reducing the grain and enhancing the details in a lot of scenes. Overall, if you don’t mind grain in your films, you’ll be fine with it, but this could be better.

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze – My personal favorite of the collection. I’ve watched this countless times growing up on VHS. It looked rough then, but blu-ray has done it some justice. The grain isn’t nearly as bad as the first movie, which is a plus, and it’s not even noticeable much at all in brighter scenes. Plus, the detail has been enhanced to a fault. It’s still not quite perfect in any regards, but I was satisfied overall withe visual quality. Tokka looks great with ever little greasy detail on his scaly body, and in the opening scene in the robbery, you can actually make out the faces of the robbers through their panty hose masks. This is also the best animatronics of the three live-action movies, and is timeless in it’s execution. This is the best the movie has ever looked, though there are still some steps that could be made to better the picture just a little more. I was happy with it, though.

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III – I’m not typing “Turtles in Time” next to it because some idiot at Warner Bros. put that on the box. That is not the official subtitle to the movie, it’s the name of the Arcade/SNES video game, and it’s a very good one, at that. Anyways, this is the most hated of the series, and within good reason The plot features absolutely no key villains from the Turtles universe, the animatronics are terrible (their lips flap around like Big Mouth Billy Bass) as they weren’t Jim Henson’s work like the previous movies, and the plot overall is so-so. However, it wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be. I don’t really remember watching it as a child, just the first two movies, so I’m really taking this viewing as a first, to my recollection. As for the transfer, it’s the best of the three live-action movies by far. Besides a tiny bit of grain in the opening scene with the samurais riding in the sunrise, there’s no more to be found. The Turtles looked highly detailed, right down to the pores on the costumes. The lush Japanese setting looks gorgeous in this transfer, and it really makes the movie that much more bearable to watch. While it lacks a sound plot and has laughably bad animatronics, it looks very well done. If only this much effort were put into the previous two, this would be the best package possible.

    TMNT – I actually saw this in theatres the day after it came out, I owned it on DVD first day, and I got it on blu-ray last Christmas, so this is actually a triple-dip retail buy, for me. The plot is solid, though it it is reminiscent of the goofy single episode plots they used to have in the 80’s cartoons, mixed in with some internal struggle amongst the Turtles, especially Raph and Leo, of course. Some say Mike and Don play nothing but mere cameos, but they make a significant enough appearance to make an impact. There’s enough laughs to know that at least Mikey is around in good quantity. As for the picture quality, it looks exactly as it did before on blu-ray, and that means there’s nothing wrong with it. It is blu-ray perfection. Screenshots do not do it…

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