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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - We Wish You a Turtle Christmas (1994)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - We Wish You a Turtle Christmas

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Rating: Unrated
Genre: Kids & Family
On DVD: Oct 19, 1994
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I'd like to say I have no words to express the sheer hysterical horror of this Christmas special. The truth is, since it's only 23 minutes, I have almost too many words. Where to begin? The story gives us the turtles doing nothing turtlely. Don't expect any fighting or ninja moves. This is simply the 4 turtles singing, almost non-stop for 23 minutes, as they try and find a gift for Splinter. The suits are so atrociously bad. These creepy fucks never stop smiling. It was more like some sinister horror movie. They have one facial expression, and that expression is "rape". It's also very hard to see where Splinter's face is supposed to be. I think they just stuck googly eyes onto some brown cotton wool. Next we should focus on the music, as this is a musical. It doesn't just focus on bad 90's hip/hop and pop. Oh no siree! This little gem is going to take down as many musical genres as it can, kicking and screaming. Within the first few seconds Leonardo breaks into Deck the Halls...in a Jamaican accent. It's on par with Sebastian from The Little Mermaid, but at least he also spoke with a Jamaican accent. Why is a turtle from New York singing a Christmas song in a Jamaican accent? The lyrics have also been changed to include turtle references. Later we are treated to Michaelangelo singing opera in the middle of New York, and let's not forget the classic Wrap Rap. If you find bad things hilarious, you must watch this. Even though, it never quite tops the opening number. Pure insanity to imagine that at some point a producer suggested a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles musical with no fighting.

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Luke Baldock

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Merry Christmas, everyone. I'm writing this review on December 25, 2012, and I say "Bah, humbug" to this movie. I hate it, the whole 25 minutes of it! I've never watched or really liked the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles because they're just not funny. They're an exact stereotype of surfer dudes from the '90s, which could be a good idea, but surfer dudes aren't that funny. Anyway, what is "We Wish You a Turtle Christmas"? It was a Turtles direct-to-video 25 minute-long Christmas special where the Turtles do nothing else than sing. It's more like "We Wish You a Turtle Christmas Where we Sing the Whole Half Hour"..
At least there is a LITTLE bit of a story to it. The turtles forget to give their rat master Splinter a Christmas present and they need to hurry and get it for him, but they just waste time singing songs. One of the turtles annoying sings an opera song, and most of the songs are just raps with heavily annoying early '90s beats. It sounds like a Will Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeff song. It's NOTHING but singing, and if you know me, I hate musicals or any singing whatsoever. Even the turtle costumes are badly put together. The performers constantly miss timing when lip synching and when the Turtles are talking, the suit's lips don't move a muscle. It's a badly put together piece of crap that just wanted more power hungry cash for the idiots who made the TMNT franchise.

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