Howdy strangers! It has been one year since I joined WordPress. It has been a pretty decent year. I hope that you who follow me have enjoyed the content that I provided you. I appreciate everyone who have supported me. … Continue reading One Year with WordPress!
Directed by David Green Starring Megan Fox and Stephen Amell Plot: A year after the turtles defeated the villianous Shredder, the heroes in the half-shell haven’t got to enjoy any praise. They are still hiding in the shadows with the fear being seen. Meanwhile. Shredder is being transported to prison for many murders. While being transported we meet Bebop and Rocksteady, two bumbling morons who look up to Shredder. We also meet Casey Jones (Amell), he’s a prison guard with dreams of becoming a detective. April O’ Neil (Fox) is trying to find out if scientist Baxter Stockman is going … Continue reading Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (2016) review with spoilers and junk
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It’s February 26th aka my birthday. You know, after 25 years on this planet, I really miss the old bdays I’d have. One of the earliest birthdays I remember was in 94 or 95. I was a young lad, of course. I remember having cake and I think Pizza too. I have a few pictures of my the toys I recieved but I think they weren’t that good. 1996 brought me the most memorable bday ever. I remember everyone gathering around as I opened a huge box. Inside it was tons of power rangers and TMNT toys. Another tidbit, after … Continue reading Random Nostalgia Post #9- Someone’s got a birthday!
A comic from 1984 turned into a worldwide hit. It’s a franchise that is still going today! Since these films were very close to my heart, I’m going to rank the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles films….Only theatrical films, so Turtles Forever does not count. 05.) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III- A film about the turtles going back in time to ancient Japan. It’s notable for not having recognizable TMNT villains and a cheaper budget. It’s a movie that I could never stand. At the video store, it was always in while my favorite was not and it always came on TV. … Continue reading Franchise Ranking: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles