By 2022 standards, this thing is all wonky. Despite getting double the budget of the first movie, all the creatures look more rubbery and cartoonish than before, and someone decided it was too cool to let the turtles fight with weapons. their own as they did in the first movie, so the fight scenes are slower and more telegraph.
That said, there is a kitsch element at play here. Maybe it’s just words of personal nostalgia, but I remember when kids’ movies can be weird as hell and this movie is a prime example of that. Want the Turtle to randomly end up in a Vanilla Ice concert in the climactic fight? All right, turn it on. Why not?
How about them dancing with Vanilla Ice, who won’t mark a very specific two-year period of fame, thus freezing any guest appearances in time?
Here’s a fun life hack: if you want to start a flash mob, just go to a crowded place and scream”Go Ninja! Go Ninja! To go!“and everyone between the ages of 35 and 45 will be forced to join the choir. It’s just a law of the natural world, like water always flows downstream and everything lives on one day. that will die.
Not long after the release of this film, Pixar’s new entry into children’s entertainment, and children’s entertainment went down a cleaner, less drowsy, but “Ooze’s Secret” path ” remains one of the ultimate standards of the strangest period for development. up. We may not have the Internet or an iPhone, but we do have a stockpile of painful movies.
https://www.slashfilm.com/1062506/the-daily-stream-teenage-mutant-ninja-turtles-ii-the-secret-of-the-ooze-remains-a-relic-of-a-bizarre-era-of-childrens-entertainment/ Ooze’s secret traces a strange era of children’s entertainment