Danny Boyle At number eight in my continuing series of top modern directors we have the Oscar winning filmmaker, Danny Boyle. You’ll most likely know Boyle from his work in the best picture winning “Slumdog Millionaire,” but he actually has several solid films under his belt. He’s a director that uses just about every directing technique, every angle and every shot he can, to make the visual experience just about as creative as it can get.
Nto the sewer in which we uncover April’s saviors, 4 teenage turtles. They return to their sewer property wherever their ninja grasp Splinter is waiting. Following they reveal to him what had happened in the alley, they buy some pizza as the sai proprietor Raphael, nonetheless angry, leaves to go see a motion picture. Later, he runs into a vigilante named Casey Jones. Casey beats him and flees. Because of this, Raph is far more disappointed than at any time. He returns to the sewer and is counseled by Splinter. The following day, while the rest of the turtles are viewing April O’Neil on Television, Raph decides to spend her a pay a visit to at the police station. He follows her down to the subway in which she is ambushed by mysterious Foot troopers.
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It seems a shame to me that the theater where we saw this was almost empty (even though it was kind of fun almost having our own private screening) and that no one seems to know that this film was even an option. I have to admit I only found it because I was in the mood to go to the movies and was really looking hard through area theater offerings for something that I could take my daughter to that I could also enjoy. I had no idea when I saw the title what it was and had to look it up on Rotten Tomatoes. I’m glad I did. And I urge anyone who’s looking for a great story, with or without kids along, to check this out. It’s a good story. You’ll flip.