Megan Fox (April O'Neil) in a scene from "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows."
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Again produced by Michael Bay and directed by Dave Green, this "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" sequel is so inane that they essentially have to resurrect the main conflict from the first, when the four pizza-crazed reptiles took down Shredder, New York City's resident bully."Out of the Shadows" starts with Shredder (Brian Tee this time) breaking out of a police convoy, and effectively escaping the Turtles' nunchucku-wielding, manhole cover launching trash truck/war machine.The plot is a conflict-of-the-week done on a massive, 100 million dollar scale, that pauses once in a while to leer at Megan Fox.The "Turtles" are and always have been for the kids.
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