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Plot: In a post-apocalyptic wasteland, a comic book fan dons the persona of his favourite hero to save his enthusiastic friend and fight a tyrannical overlord. Runtime: 93 mins Release Date: 28 Aug 2015
Probably the greatest movie ever made. (by nathandoherty4)
You must watch this movie.You must watch it now.Stop what you are doing.Do not read any more reviews. Just go watch it. You are wasting valuable time when you could be watching this movie.This is probably the greatest movie ever made.You will remember this movie for the rest of your life.So many memorable moments.I created an IMDb account just to write this review.Why are you still reading? Go watch it. NOW!
Turbo Kid nails it/cuts it/slices it. (by brianmckann)
If your primary movie-going experience is watching Hollywood blockbusters with vin diesel, this may not be your cup of tea, but for everyone else, this film destroys it.This film is pure gold, 80's indulgent, brain melting gore, a love story, and even somewhat artistic at times.I won't drone on, but this film i destined to be a staple in horror/art house/comedy cinema.It is fast-paced, adorable, hilarious, brutal, and has a charm that only filmmakers in love with their genres can produce. This is not Hollywood, but you wouldn't know it. Often times I can either purchase a film to <more>
see it, or watch it streaming but, it's a rare occasion when i see a film and have to instantly purchase it.
I usually don't like bloody/gory movies but oh man this movie was really good! I love the 80's feel of the film... I mean who doesn't, but this movie was spot on! I was first attracted tho this movie because I love Michael Ironside, and I started reading all the reviews online and everyone had so much great stuff to stay so I was super excited when I first saw the film. Even though Michael isn't the nicest person in this film, he was still funny at some parts. I love how this movie has a quirky humor and the blood scenes are super exaggerated I usually can't tolerate <more>
major blood gushing, but this was so over the top it was kinda hilarious .Munro Chambers was really good in the film too and I personally thought he was the funniest. i love characters that are funny without trying to be/ the cowboy took a close 2nd Love this movie so much and I totally get the hype of this film! Everyone must watch!
I don't really have any previous knowledge of most of the actors or seen or heard anything prior to watching the movie apart from the trailer.I won't go into plot details as there are other reviews that did that way better.What I do want to say though is: set your expectations right!!! If you liked what you saw in the trailer, hey...if you liked the poster and know what "homage" means as a genre then go see it! But if you are not aware of those things....please don't come back here giving ratings of 1 and saying how bad this movie was.It's one of those artsy movies <more>
that you'd better watch on your own in my opinion. The universe is very captivating. The characters are likable and relatable. They are pure and innocent in a way. There is no nudity in the movie. And the gore is 80's style, but you could probably go with a tween or a teen. It's way safer than what Hollywood offers to that audience.I really enjoyed the movie. If you have open mind, some time and know what to expect it's a nice treat at the beginning of the autumn. If some of those things do not apply to you, then you'd probably skip or leave the cinema.
Destined to become a sci fi/horror classic? (by JimC1946)
I have no difficulty believing that Turbo Kid won an Audience Award at the 2015 South by Southwest SXSW festival, and several awards or nominations at other film festivals. It's 95 minutes of outrageous gore and belly laughs. Yes, I meant that. Whoever had the fake blood concession undoubtedly made a hefty profit supplying dozens of gallons of the red stuff, and I laughed myself silly at the number of gruesome ways the expendable characters died. But it was all in fun - the mayhem and violence was not too over-the-top explicit okay, there was the scene with the guy's guts being <more>
ripped out by a bicycle , and I had the feeling the actors were having fun with it.Turbo Kid has a post-apocalyptic setting strongly reminiscent of Mad Max. The world as we know it has been devastated, and the water has become so polluted that safe drinking water has become a treasured commodity. The Kid Munro Chambers lives by himself and only goes into a nearby settlement to trade for water with the articles he finds by scavenging. One day he meets Apple Laurence Leboeuf , a remarkably free-spirited girl, and they become scavenging buddies. When Apple is kidnapped, the Kid goes after her and stumbles across a device that gives him super powers. But even with super powers, he's up against formidable odds as he tries to rescue Apple. The final showdown against the baddies, led by the one-eyed Zeus Michael Ironside , is truly one of filmdom's great gorefests. Turbo Kid was no super-low-budget studio backlot knockoff. The production values were quite good, and the acting was first rate, especially young Laurence Leboeuf as Apple, who caught me completely off guard with a surprise revelation. The driving high energy soundtrack complemented the film perfectly.It's a fun movie to watch, and I really hope there's a sequel.I was provided the opportunity to prescreen the film.
This film is independent movie gold. The cinematography is beautiful, from the old buildings, to the landscapes, this film makes you believe your in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. There are a lot of practical effects and blood gags, lots of blood! One touch I enjoyed was the use of bicycles, if you think about it, it makes scent in a post-apocalyptic world there most likely isn't gas so how else do you get around. The little bit of C.G. they use is really 80's, as well as the music and props, which is part of the charm of Turbo Kid. Besides Total Recall's 1990 Michael Ironside <more>
who plays a great villain, the rest of the cast isn't as well know which makes this movie stand out. Munro Chambers plays the star of the film known as "The Kid"; like most post-apocalyptic movies in the 80s his back story gets flushed out throughout the film. At times The Kid reminds me of a young Mad Max, although The Kid doesn't become an interesting character until we run into "Apple" played by Laurence Leboeuf. When we first see apple she is CREEPY! But we quickly glow to love her and with her humorous personality she kind of steals the show. Aaron Jeffery plays the bad ass character who is a mix of Mad Max, Indiana Jones and Snake Plissken. All together the whole cast works really well together and their chemistry gets you really invested in the film. The story moves at a quick pace once it gets warmed up and it just keeps going which kept me glued. Sure the blood is over the top, there are some quick fixes to keep the story going and there is some cheesy times but it is all fun and I really enjoyed this film from start to finish. Unfortunately this film maybe forgotten by most so don't pass it up. Turbo Kids is another independent film that shows why you should look for non-mainstream films because they try harder, they are fun and a bit different. Cheers and remember life won't suck as long as there is a good movie to watch. 9 out of 10 Edited by Samantha Lockefacebook page: https://www.facebook.com/FatMikesMovieReviews Twitter: @FatMikeTPK
Mix a young hero on a BMX, his odd girl friend, comic-book-like weapons, all within a post-apocalypse world. But there is much more to admire in this surprising movie (by JvH48)
Saw this at the IMAGINE film festival 2015 in Amsterdam. When reading the synopsis on IMDb as well as the festival website, we all know beforehand that it is to become utter nonsense, that being said without criticizing the end result. It is beautifully made and entertaining for the full running time. Like most post-apocalypse movies this one seems to revolve around survival-of-the-fittest struggles.Luckily there was much more, which makes this one stand out, partly due to the unusual protagonists, partly due to the robots that play an important role as per this year's festival theme. <more>
These robots show a remarkable amount of resilience, paling the weak and inefficient humans in comparison. Of course, the robots were limited in scope, only capable of executing what they were programmed for. Nevertheless, they did it with remarkable easiness, making us forget soon that they were robots under the skin. And finally we have a surprise-robot, someone who we never thought not being human, in my opinion more than surpassing the well known Turing test to tell humans and robots apart.Relax and sit back in your comfy chair, to witness every plot twist and unexpected turn of events. Our young hero overplays his hand several times, but still survives very well throughout the running time, when making several attempts to rescue his former odd girl friend who involuntarily got the role of the proverbial lady in distress.
"Turbo Kid" is a post-apocolypic comedy that I've seen described as "Mad Max meets BMX." I don't know if I'd agree that, however. "Turbo Kid" feels a lot more like its own thing. "Mad Max" is set in the Wasteland, and the latest MM film had a multi-million dollar budget. "Turbo Kid," in contrast, was Canadian funded ouch and is set in Canada in November, it looks like and everyone rides bicycles.Yeah.I like this movie: in fact, I watched a lot of it with a smile on my face. It's almost a perfect movie, except for one thing: <more>
Apple and "The Kid" have too many "moments" together. You know, "moments?" Too many times when they lock eyes, stare for a moment, and then both smile slowly-- gah. Also, a lot of their dialogue is a bit too awkward for my tastes, but tastes are as arbitrary as... film reviews teehee. However, "moments" aside, a lot of this movie is just great. Apart from its fight scenes, which are both glorious and hilarious, a lot of "Turbo Kid's" charm stems from its celebration of the 80's and 90's. Everything from its kicking soundtrack, Commander Keen and flannel! costumes, and even its title is a retro sendup. Seriously: there's a campfire scene where they're using VHS tapes instead of logs. Brill! Michael Ironside is also great. I only knew him as Sam Fisher, a henchman from "Total Recall," and the dude rockin' the awesome mullet in "Highlander 2," but after "Turbo Kid" I've learned that Ironside is a treasure-- and he's funny in this. Laurence Leboeuf deserves a shoutout too, even though she's essentially playing the "Manic Pixie Dream Girl" stereotype. However, she deserves credit because she takes what could be extremely awkward material "moments" and just runs with it. And the I like that she doesn't cover up her Quebecois accent.Actually, you know what? *Everyone* is great in this-- Skeletron, your wild eyes rocks my socks, and Frederic, you're hilarious because your super-intense character lampoons Mel Gibson. A lot heart went into "Turbo Kid." That's what makes it a loving parody.Maybe in 30 years we'll see 2010 kids make a movie lampooning reality TV, social media, and dumb phrases like "FTW" and "be awesome." Or maybe by then we'll have moved on from "meta" culture--I don't know. But "Turbo Kid" is a both brilliant parody and a loving tribute to 80's and 90's pop culture, and it has a lot of heart. Definitely worth watching.
Turbo Kid can basically be summarised as 'The Road Warrior' on bicycles. Basic post-apoc tropes apply, and it makes no attempt to be anything other than what it is. And it does so admirably. The story is simple in a good way , the soundtrack admirable and the scenery is appropriately bleak.'B-movies' like this are hard to judge in terms of acting, but the actors play their parts admirably. It may be cringe worthy or cheesy to some, but its grand nonetheless. The effects are 'cheap', over the top and feel very 'dated', but in a good way.If you love cheesy 80s <more>
action flicks, enjoyed Kung Fury and the like you'll feel right at home. Grab the SO, some popcorn and relax. It'll be a fun time.