Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)

2014 • 101 minutes
17.9K reviews
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The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are bigger and better than ever in this blockbuster hit loaded with nonstop action and laughs! When New York City is in trouble it's up to these four ninja-fighting pizza-loving brothers to save it. Aided by determined reporter April O'Neil (Megan Fox) and their wise master Splinter these unlikely heroes must face their ultimate nemesis - the evil Shredder.

Ratings and reviews

17.9K reviews
Tony Dubz
January 21, 2015
If you follow the current running TMNT you will appreciate the origin story implemented in this movie. I wish they'd have drawn a lil more inspiration from the new comics instead of trying so hard to include aspects to please the cartoon fans. I understand why they did this, but really I think a lot of us just wanted something new. We got a tiny amount, but overall it's a story we've seen time and time again in movies and cartoons. There's so many good story arcs in the new and old comics to draw from.Do it
Jasmyn Aweapmeness
March 13, 2015
Its so short I mean I liked the movie but its so short. Its only an hour and 1 minute. If they had made the movie longer I would give 5 stars. I gave 2 because if u make the movie short no one will really want to see it so just a shout out to the producers PLEASE PLEASE make the movie longer. I liked the movie but make it at least 3 hours long. Then everyone will want to see it. P.S. show a little more about how April was little and about the turtles and how they came to be.
Russell Rogers
April 13, 2020
For a revised origin film, this was actually ok, but I'm not really sure how it earned a PG-13 rating though (no nudity, no blood/gore, and barely a swear to be found). Anyhow, while I think trying to link April O'Neal to the turtle's past is a bit convoluted and unnecessary, it's fine for building up the overall story. If I had one complaint about this film (and it's sequel), it would be the amount of googling/flirting with April. Geez, we get it, she's supposed to be hot.