Tmnt: Mutant Mayhem’s Cleverest Easter Egg References A Classic Toy [Exclusive]

This article contains spoilers for “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem.””Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem” undeniably does one thing better than any of the other “Tmnt” movies that came before it: The film accurately and delightfully portrays Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael, and Michelangelo as teenagers.

Along with having teen cast members Nicolas Cantu, Micah Abbey, Brady Noon, and Shamon Brown Jr.

record their dialogue together to capture their young energy bouncing off each other, “Mutant Mayhem” really hones in on the challenges of growing up, especially when being a mutant keeps you from being part of society. Thankfully, by the end of “Mutant Mayhem,” the turtles aren’t seen as monsters, and they’re actually accepted by heroes as the humans of New York City, which allows them to experience something else that no movie has done before: Letting them go to high school.

The turtles take off their masks, put down their weapons,…

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