Everything Wrong With TMNT (2007) In 14 Minutes Or Less

Everything Wrong With TMNT (2007) In 14 Minutes Or Less

On the eve of the latest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film's release, CinemaSins has revisited the Turtles last cinematic adventure, 2007's TMNT which featured Nolan North (Deadpool), Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy), & Chris Evans (Captain America). Come check it out!

The stars have aligned in an ominous sign, and as a legion of malevolent monsters descends upon New York City to wage war against humanity, the only thing that stands between humankind and certain destruction are four wisecracking turtles with a flair for martial arts and a hearty appetite for pizza. Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird's "heroes in a half-shell" return to defend the world against an interstellar threat that comes just once every 3,000 years in a computer-animated action comedy that marked the final film role of Japanese screen legend Mako -- here providing the voice of the eternally wise Master Splinter. Buffy the Vampire Slayer star Sarah Michelle Gellar lends her voice to the role of the turtles' technical-services worker, April; Fantastic Four's Chris Evans assumes the role of hockey-loving crimefighter Casey Jones; Memoirs of a Geisha star Zhang Ziyi steps in as villainous Foot Ninjas leader Karai; and Star Trek: The Next Generation captain Patrick Stewart voices malevolent tech industrialist Max Winters -- a mortal man whose hunger for profit and power may spell doom for all humanity.

TMNT featured:
Director: Kevin Munroe
Nolan North as Raphael/Nightwatcher
James Arnold Taylor as Leonardo
Mikey Kelley as Michelangelo
Mitchell Whitfield as Donatello
Mako Iwamatsu as Splinter
Sarah Michelle Gellar as April O'Neil
Chris Evans as Casey Jones
Patrick Stewart as Max Winters/Yaotl
Zhang Ziyi as Karai
Laurence Fishburne as Narrator

The new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot hits theaters tomorrow!

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