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Okay. I can see where people will be getting up in arms about this. But you can't expect every child who watches this to say to themselves 'this is ruining classic characters'. I grew up on the cartoon of Ninja Turtles (or hero turtles as it was called here) and consider them classic characters. with the new movie, I don't feel the need to tell every seven year old 'Hey you know that this is rubbish compared to the comics'.
Okay. The 'mad scientist rejected by 'The Academy' and now seeking revenge' plot is a little overused and Tim Curry voices about 10 villains per series but if they made it more like the original cartoon shorts, there would only be more people complaining about the amount of slapstick
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