Turbo FAST (2013–2016)
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A tiger beetle challenges Turbo on a race for the new built town for snails.

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(based on characters created by: from the DreamWorks Animation motion picture "Turbo"), (as Jack Thomas) | 7 more credits »
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Turbo (voice)
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Kim Ly (voice)
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Hardcase (voice)
Eric Bauza ...
Chet (voice)
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White Shadow (voice) (as Michael Patrick Bell)
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Whiplash (voice)
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Burn (voice) (as Grey DeLisle-Griffin)
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Smoove Move (voice)
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Mel Shellman (voice)
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Skidmark / Tito (voice)
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A tiger beetle challenges Turbo on a race for the new built town for snails.

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A decent beginning
20 January 2014 | by See all my reviews

I found "Turbo" to be an average movie at best, and the series based by DreamWorks films tend to pretty boring. ("Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness" wasn't as good as the movies and "Dragons: Riders of Berk" was just plain dull in my opinion)

Fortunately, "Turbo FAST" turned out to be much better than I was expecting, having not only a more interesting animation style (While the CGI used in the movie was decent, it wasn't nothing spectacular) with good designs and a neat use of colors. Also, the plot of this pilot episode was far less predictable and had more effective jokes than the original.

Without being a masterpiece, I consider "Turbo FAST" to be an improvement over the movie in which it was inspired, being more entertaining, dynamic and creative.

I really hope the future DreamWorks series follow this same pattern of quality.


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