Continuity mistake: In the scene where the turtles are in the elevator singing MC Mikey, visible to the right of shot is the elevator's control panel and a light lights up every time they pass each floor. Just as the shot ends, the light lights up for floor 34. In the next shot, the elevator stops at floor 54.Casual Person
Continuity mistake: In the scene where Raphael, April and Vernon are breaking into Eric Sacks' mansion with the Channel 6 van, the guards begin firing at the van and in one shot the windscreen is fired at and it shatters. A few seconds later, the windscreen is suddenly intact and the damage is reduced to just a few bullet holes.Casual Person
Continuity mistake: When April goes to the rooftop for the first time, the ladder is a normal ladder that abruptly ends. When it cuts to her taking the photo, it is a ladder that curves over and connects to the roof, then when she is brought away from it, it briefly goes back to a typical ladder.Nicholas Mark Ross
Continuity mistake: After the turtles, April and Vernon escape from the Sacks compound in the 18 wheeler, the truck then get stuck in the snow. When they realize they start to slide backward down the hill, Vernon guns it. But then they show the wheels spinning on the Freightliner Argosy Cabover with a single axle. Next shot goes to inside the cab and then back to outside the truck, and it's back to a dual axle truck.
Plot hole: When April O'Neil calls Vernon Fenwick (drives the channel 6 van), he answers his phone and immediately says "O'Neil". When the scene cuts back to O'Neil, we see she called from a payphone. Fenwick would have no way to know it was her calling.ScRiZ
Michelangelo: What's up, brah? Oh, you think you can handle this, Huh? I'm a snapping turtle fool!
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