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The TMNT (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) are coming out of the sewers and onto the big screen---this time as an animated feature. Now the shell-backed heroes are striving to reunite their brotherhood (turtlehood?), while battling an army of ancient monsters under the command of Max Winters (voiced by Patrick Stewart).
Why Is TMNT Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Rated PG?
TMNT Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is rated PG
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Living in the jungle, Leonardo witnesses the robbery of a village and then attacks the thieves himself. Back in New York, the bloodless action continues with hand-to-hand combat, weapon use, vigilantism, martial arts moves and sibling rivalry. As the violence escalates, victims also fall from buildings and are shot with tranquilizers. The script portrays a live-in relationship and relies on some mildly crude humor.
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Although there are plenty of scoundrels intent on destroying New York, there are also lots of heroes who want to save it. Spiderman dons his mask and suit to protect the citizens of the city, while the Fantastic Four combine their special skills to safeguard the metropolis. Actor Patrick Stewart, who lends his voice to the character Max Winters, has worked with mutants before—in the movie franchise The X-Men.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Cowabunga! TMNT (the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie) is out on DVD, along with alternate opening/ending and deleted scenes, an audio commentary by director Kevin Munroe, and a featurette called Voice Talent First Look. Available in full frame and widescreen, the disc offers audio tracks in Dolby Surround 5.1 (English, Spanish and French).