Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: The Secret of the Ooze

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Released 1991

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Director:
Michael Pressman
Released:
1991
Rating:
PG
The turtles have been forced to move in with their friend the news reporter April O'Neil, because the Foot Clan knows the whereabouts of their lair in the sewers. While the turtles are looking for a new home, they encounter a pizza delivery boy, Keno, who is trying to fight off a band of robbers. The turtles intervene and help him. The turtles learn that Shredder is not dead and that he is searching for the green ooze that created them. Shredder hopes to create a group of mutant animals to use against the turtles. So the turtles have to prove again that they are the better ninja fighters. Starring Paige Turco, Francois Chau and Ernie Reyes Jr.
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  • Very overlooked and underrated sequel that is, in my opinion, superior to the first

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    When Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles came out in 1990, kids all over the world took a double take. And apparently, parents did too, because this adaption, unlike the Saturday morning cartoon, had some swearing and intense action, as well as some dark set pieces. This film, however, is much lighter in all departments, little to no swearing, depressing set pieces, or action with actual weapons. Instead, it's a Turtles movie more reminiscent of its cartoon counterpart, with actual monsters to battle as well, and some nice corny 90s stuff thrown in for good measure. It's a fun sequel that I think is actually superior to the first, and pretty overlooked. If only the third one were any good...moreless

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