Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze

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9.6/10. A nice sequel and the first movie I taped on HBO's Tuesday Night Movie. The story explaining the Turtles origin is good with emotion mixed in well. Paige Turco was my favorite April O'Neil until Megan Fox, she's still dear to me. The appearance of Tokka and Rahzar was cool even though I'd have preferred Bebop and Rocksteady. Still compromise doesn't hurt. If anything, this movie only added to the Turtles mythos nicely even with an appearance by Vanilla Ice. David Warner plays the role of scientist well with a hint of possible mad genius, possibly hinting at Baxter Stockman. I would rank my top 10 Super Hero movies this way: 1. Spider Man (2002) 2. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014) 3. Spider Man 2 (2004) 4. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: The Secret Of The Ooze (1991) 5. Venom (2018) 6. Super Girl (1984) 7. Deadpool (2016) 8. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Out Of The Shadows (2016) 9. Deadpool 2 (2018) 10. Amazing Spider Man (2012) / Spider Man 3 (2007) / Batman Forever (1995).


Continuity mistake: When Keno is trying to join the Foot Clan and is kick boxing with someone, the man in the background who is watching them, to see who is eligible to join, is standing cross-armed. In the next cut his arms are down by his side, and then cross-armed again. (00:43:30)

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Trivia: The actors responsible for all of the turtles' voices have cameos in the movie except for Raphael's.

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Question: It's revealed that the ooze came from TGRI but, what were they planning on originally doing with it before they decided to dispose of it?

Answer: If you pay attention to the professor's explanation (starting at 0:55:55) he says "An unknown mixture of discarded chemicals was accidentally exposed to a series of radiated waves and the resulting ooze was found to have remarkable but dangerous mutanagenic properties... on our way to bury them a near collision caused us to lose one of the canisters down a sewer 15 years ago." Basically, "we had an accident and the results were dangerous and unpredictable, so we immediately went to dispose of it all." So there actually were no plans for what to do with it at all.

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