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The best part happens when you see one of these action figures up close! Thanks for posting. ;-)



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I actually got one of these from a family member for Christmas. We were in Walmart & passed by them & I happened to see them & I casually mentioned how the Donatello figure looked like Hugh Jackman's Van Helsing & that it was kinda cool & lo & behold, Christmas day rolls around & what do I get? Yup, that's right.

 

They are cool, if anything for the cross over factor & because, let's be honest, they're freakin Ninja Turtles & you can't go wrong with Ninja Turtles.

 

WWE, eh? Buncha merchandising wh**es.



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It doesn't happen everyday when you get a sneak peek at TMNT and WWE rolled into an action figure. It reminds me of when WWE and 2K began working together. I'll wager that we're going to see more things like this in the near future. I'm just hoping that I don't get any WWE themed movies as a Christmas gift. You'll probably like Marine 5 so I'll ship it your way instead. :'P


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As long as Marine 5 is a half way decent movie, I'd probably watch, not even gonna lie lol.



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I don't know if WWE Studios and "half way decent" can be used in the same sentence. XD



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I don't know if WWE Studios and "half way decent" can be used in the same sentence. XD

Lol. I dunno though. Both of the "See No Evil" movies were pretty good, in my opinion, as was "The Condemned". And I actually kinda liked "The Marine" movies. Well, the first two. Haven't seen 3 or 4 yet.



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I don't know if WWE Studios and "half way decent" can be used in the same sentence. XD

Lol. I dunno though. Both of the "See No Evil" movies were pretty good, in my opinion, as was "The Condemned". And I actually kinda liked "The Marine" movies. Well, the first two. Haven't seen 3 or 4 yet.

 

 

I only watched 'See No Evil' and that was the only movie I've seen that I liked. His promos and character in WWE made the film more interesting. When he would interview with the cast of the film, he played that part well.

 

I didn't watch any of the other ones but if you recall the previews for films like 'Legendary' or 'The Chaperone' or the ill-fated '12 Rounds' then you'll know WWE Studios isn't known for making blockbuster must-see movies but rather Blu-ray DVDs that go straight to shelves at Walmart....the discounted section. :rock:  



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I don't know if WWE Studios and "half way decent" can be used in the same sentence. XD

Lol. I dunno though. Both of the "See No Evil" movies were pretty good, in my opinion, as was "The Condemned". And I actually kinda liked "The Marine" movies. Well, the first two. Haven't seen 3 or 4 yet.

 

 

I only watched 'See No Evil' and that was the only movie I've seen that I liked. His promos and character in WWE made the film more interesting. When he would interview with the cast of the film, he played that part well.

 

I didn't watch any of the other ones but if you recall the previews for films like 'Legendary' or 'The Chaperone' or the ill-fated '12 Rounds' then you'll know WWE Studios isn't known for making blockbuster must-see movies but rather Blu-ray DVDs that go straight to shelves at Walmart....the discounted section. :rock:  

 

True. True. I completely forgot about "Legendary" existing, :D. Never watched "The Chaperone". It seemed so silly (as did "Knucklehead"). I've seen a few minutes of "12 Rounds". It was okay, but I couldn't help but feel it was a carbon copy "The Marine", but with a cop instead (imagine that. WWE copying their own movies, lol). 



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I don't know if WWE Studios and "half way decent" can be used in the same sentence. XD

Lol. I dunno though. Both of the "See No Evil" movies were pretty good, in my opinion, as was "The Condemned". And I actually kinda liked "The Marine" movies. Well, the first two. Haven't seen 3 or 4 yet.

 

 

I only watched 'See No Evil' and that was the only movie I've seen that I liked. His promos and character in WWE made the film more interesting. When he would interview with the cast of the film, he played that part well.

 

I didn't watch any of the other ones but if you recall the previews for films like 'Legendary' or 'The Chaperone' or the ill-fated '12 Rounds' then you'll know WWE Studios isn't known for making blockbuster must-see movies but rather Blu-ray DVDs that go straight to shelves at Walmart....the discounted section. :rock:  

 

True. True. I completely forgot about "Legendary" existing, :D. Never watched "The Chaperone". It seemed so silly (as did "Knucklehead"). I've seen a few minutes of "12 Rounds". It was okay, but I couldn't help but feel it was a carbon copy "The Marine", but with a cop instead (imagine that. WWE copying their own movies, lol). 

 

 

If you think those movies were bad then maybe you should watch "Suicide Squad" because now it has extended scenes...sounds pretty good, huh? :rotfl:  

 

WWE can't even make decent copies of their own films. This should tell you something! >:-D  

 

I even told my girlfriend that I'd take her to go see the movie "The Resurrection of Gavin Stone" and not even Shawn Michaels could convince her to watch it. XD





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