Turtles Forever

Turtles Forever

Turtles Forever is a made-for-tv animated movie. Produced in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise, the movie teams up different incarnations of the titular heroes—chiefly the light-hearted, child-friendly characters from the 1987 animated series and the darker cast of the 4Kids' own 2003 animated series—in an adventure that spans multiple universes.

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles meet their match -- Literally! The modern, gritty Ninja Turtles must team up with their classic cartoon counterparts to stop two Shredders and their plans of multi-dimensional scale. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Stuart K (br) wrote: Written, produced and directed by Foo Fighters frontman and Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl. This is a documentary of two halves, first it tells the story of one of the most famous recording studios in Los Angeles, and the roster of stars who made best selling records there, and secondly, it's also celebrates a unique mixing desk that captured the sound, and how the desk would be used once again for the soundtrack. Sound City Studios was based in Van Nuys, Los Angeles. It opened in 1969, but it wasn't very state of the art, and it had once been a factory, as a result, it was very run down in need of modernising. However, the studio did have one very big ace up it's sleeve, and that was it had a Neve 8028 analog mixing console, which captured a deep, rich sound on all the recordings, and it attracted all the very best musical acts from the 1970's, right up until the studios closed in 2011. Acts including Fleetwood Mac, Tom Petty, Nirvana and The Red Hot Chili Peppers. Grohl bought the Neve mixing desk, and he invites a few friends to his place to jam... You can tell that this is a passion project, but you can tell that Grohl has real interest and passion in the studios in question, and despite it being very run down and in need of a good clean, the studio had character and a quirky charm. But, what brought people to the studio was the Neve console, which comes into it's own when Grohl records with the likes of Stevie Nicks and Paul McCartney, which gives the story some closure.

max p (us) wrote: i think the shank references are pretty funny, sort of typical stoner movie other than that. "its complex" the synopsis is completely off on this though mekhi phifer is big daddy there is no mr big and the part that its crediting to phifer is played by Malik Barnhardt.

VaNeSsA H (de) wrote: how will u spend Eternity???!~

Ben V (us) wrote: One of the few Adam Sandler movies that I wouldn't mind watching again

Lauren H (kr) wrote: I remember this movie as being fantastic, but I think the last time I saw it was when I was about 5. Which doesn't coincide with the apparent release date. But anyway. Alf is awesome.

Michelle C (ag) wrote: i like movies about friendship which is why i liked this film. it has good casting, and an interesting story.

John M (au) wrote: Maybe this just didn't age well but I found it to be somewhat boring honestly. I feel like they purposely made it to have a ''raw'' feeling which I admire but ''raw'' just translated to boring for me

Allan C (jp) wrote: If this film were remade now, I wonder if it would be filled with Portland hipsters in place of 1980s New Wavers? The story is essentially an update of an "I Love You, Alice B. Toklas!" type of story where a square falls for a a subculture type, whether it's flappers, beatniks, hippies or 1980s New Wavers. In this case, Rosanna Arquette's square yuppie character gets amnesia and is helped by the charming hipster Aidan Quinn, who mistakes her Madonna's colorful character Susan. Despite the amnesia/mistaken identity screwball comedy set-up, the film doesn't go for that many wacky laughs. You'll smile and enjoy the film throughout, but it never really goes for the comic climaxed you'd expect. Instead, it tries to be more of a light character drama. Arquette is really cute and likable and so it Quinn. I'd have thought they'd have gotten better parts and become bigger stars after this film. They both certainly had successful careers, but weren't exactly major stars. The film is quite charming and does a pretty good job of mixing comedy, romance and drama. I've never really liked Madonna all that much as an actress and always found her kind of grating on screen (though I am a fan of her music), so I was glad when I did see this film that it was more about Arquette's character than Madonna's hipster character. Re-watching the film now, it holds up as very likable and charming film, especially thanks to Arquette and Quinn. It's also fun to see quite a few familiar actors before they were famous in supporting roles, including Laurie Metcalf, Will Patton (as a scary New Waver), Steven Wright, John Turturro, Giancarlo Esposito, Ann Magnuson, Victor Argo and quite a few others. There's also a very good score by Thomas Newman. Overall, a well made film that holds up nearly 30 years later.

Ken C (de) wrote: Singin' in the Rain's magic shines through in its charming, delightfully limber set-piece numbers, and most of all, in its hearty, genuine love of its own craft. It is totally appropriate that the greatest musical ever made reflects passionately on the history of its own genre, specifically Hollywood's troubled transition from silent to talking pictures at the end of the 1920s.