They're heroes in a half-shell, and they're green
I'm so confused I don't know what to think. I'm most likely terrified, but then I remember Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III, and take solace that nothing could possibly be worse than that.
Rejoice, Tony. Rejoice.
J: Casey Jones or Keno?
Lee: Tonight I shall celebrate the news of the new Fanning film, thank you.
Invincible 2000 year old alien rat. Sweeeeeet.
Also, don't be hatin' on the Cap'n.
Star Wars II Dooku > TMNT I Shredder
Star Wars II Dooku bossfight >>> TMNT I Shredder bossfight
Thirdly: Splinter was only the pet rat if you believe the idiotic plot change in the turtles movie. As hilarious as it was to see a rat learning kung-fu in TMNT I, I do not accept that as the origins of Splinter. The comics and cartoons say that Splinter IS Hamato Yoshi and was turned into a rat when he came in contact with "the ooze" because he was in the sewers near a bunch of rats at the time. This theory of Splinter's origin makes a lot more sense and is widely accepted in the TMNT scholarly community.
If we're voting on MOVIE Splinter vs MOVIE Yoda, that's a different story entirely...but Yoda still wins. C'mon, Splinter looks like a cripple, gets his ass captured, and doesn't even fight anyone.
Second, in the battle of stupid names, "Dooku" is 10 times as stupid as "Shredder" At least Shredder is descriptive. But this isn't even about Shredder.
Lastly, what can movie Yoda do that movie Splinter can't? Reason with his enemies? Project his image astrally? I think it's unfair to compare young frog-yoda to old splinter, so let's take them on equal old fart terms: Splinter wins, hands down. Sure, old yoda can lift x-wings with his mind, but Splinter would just shuffle over quietly and convince him he's wrong with his wise, wise ways.
cartoon splinter > yoda > movie splinter
myagi > movie splinter
We agreed so far?
PS: movie splinter stepping out of the way of a retarded shredder does not make him better than anyone. I feel like this should be obvious, but apparently it needs to be explicitly stated...
Surely not. And may I remind you that if x>y and y>z, then x>z.
This conversation is reaching my nerd-compacity...
yeah no kidding. since when can turtles move like that?!
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