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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze

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The Turtles are forced to move in with their friend by dint of the Foot Clan. They uncover that Shredder still live and he is eager to find out the green ooze in order to create a new group of mutant animals fight against the turtles
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Michael Sragow
The artful grunge is gone -- and so's the edge. The whole movie is bright yet colorless
August 06, 2014
Felix Vasquez Jr.
Nostalgia lens aside, it's a pretty crummy follow up to the 1990 movie.
June 19, 2016
Desmond Ryan
The plot of Turtles II hinges on toxic waste and that turns out to be a pretty accurate description of the film.
August 06, 2014
Tim Brayton
Hellbent on being innocuous, high-spirited fun, but it just comes off as shrill and shallow and dimwitted.
August 14, 2014
David Parkinson
This sequel is less abrasive than its predecessor and was considerably less successful at the box office.
August 06, 2014
Stephen Hunter
The plot, as primitive as it is, still isn't very clear; it never acquires the spontaneity or the force of a true "story" but seems to exist mainly as a pretext for the familiar Ninja banter so beloved of the cult, as in "Cowabunga, dudes," and such forth
August 06, 2014
Jay Boyar
If the new film is considerably less imaginative than your average Punch-and-Judy show, it is, nevertheless, a step up from last year's turtle-fest.
August 06, 2014
Gene Siskel
I don't think my negative reaction is a case of a parent forgetting the sort of mindless entertainment that he himself enjoyed as a child; rather the turtle fights are more depressing than joyful.
August 06, 2014
Michael Wilmington
More dialogue-heavy and somewhat less frenetic, this sequel is somewhat more to my own taste.
August 06, 2014