By now, you’ve probably seen the trailer for Teenage Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, which was released in January 2018 and went on to gross over $4 billion at the box office.
It also has the dubious distinction of being the only movie in history to gross more than $50 million worldwide.
The movie is a blockbuster, and it’s got some impressive moments in the trailer, like when a young Leonardo (Chris Pratt) is walking down a road while his mentor Raphael (Robbie Coltrane) watches on.
You can see the entire trailer below, but let’s jump in to see what all the hype is about.
It’s got a lot going for it.
It looks like a ton of fun.
You’re going to love it.
Teenage Turtles is one of the most fun and exciting movies to come out of the 20th century.
The cast, the cast, and the cast of characters that come together to fight a massive, powerful, cool, and creative, fun-loving, and inclusive superhero movie is so good that it has become almost an obsession for most people, even people who don’t like the movies.
That’s not necessarily a bad thing.
But, the fact that this is a movie that has such an amazing cast of supporting characters, a film that has the potential to make a lot of money, is something that I think has been a little bit underrated.
That being said, I think it’s just one of those movies that people should be excited about.
There’s so much going on that I can’t even think of a good time to spoil it.
You’ll find out more about Teenage Mutants Out of The Shadows later on this week.
But first, here’s a look at some of the things that make it so good.
There are a few themes in Teenage Minions that are going to make you go, “Huh?”
Some of them are pretty obvious, like that turtles should be cool, but that turtles can also be mean.
And some of them aren’t as obvious, but they’re still worth exploring.
First up, we have this scene between turtles: Leonardo and Raphael, looking into the sun.
Leonardo: You know, I don’t really think that it’s really that big of a deal, but when I look at it, it’s a big deal.
Raphael: Well, it is.
Leonardo (still smiling): You can’t just walk around with it.
Raphael (shrugging): Well, we’ve been living here a long time, haven’t we?
Leonardo: We have.
Raphael and Leonardo are still living in the same house in New York City.
They’re both the same age.
They both grew up in the ’80s, and they both have friends from school who they look up to.
They get along well, and that’s a huge part of this movie.
You get to see this relationship develop, which is why I love that this scene is so important to this movie and why I think that there’s so many different elements to this scene.
First, we get a nice montage of the two turtles, which shows off how they’re both a lot like each other, and Leonardo is a bit more laid back, but Raphael is still looking at Leonardo.
He’s definitely not going to be jumping at every little bit of energy he gets.
Leonardo is also talking about what he has to do.
He has to find the power source of his turtle and get it, but he’s not going into battle alone.
You see him getting in a fight with a giant turtle, and he ends up having to fight with the turtles himself, which makes for a cool, dramatic scene.
There is a lot to this story.
We get to know Raphael’s past.
We see that he has a secret, and we get to learn about his relationship with Leonardo.
And we get the turtles to come together, with all the love and camaraderie they share.
And it’s one of these scenes where it’s so good, you’ll just love it, you just won’t mind it.
Let’s jump into a little more of the movie: Leonardo is getting a new power source: the power of a turtle.
He gets the turtles back together, and their friendship is going to take off.
When we first meet Leonardo, he has an egg.
But his egg is destroyed by a villain who wants to use the eggs to create a powerful weapon that will allow him to destroy the Turtles forever.
The villain is named Mr. Negative.
Leonardo gets back in touch with Raphael and decides to take the turtles on an adventure.
But there’s a problem: his power is not what he thinks it is, and when he gets the power, it turns out it’s not the power that it seems.
Leonardo has a plan to use his power to take over the world, and to use it to bring