Here are the Top 5 reasons why!
*This is my opinion but is clearly a vaild and trusted opinion so just go with it. OK?
The original TMNT movie featured fan-favourite character Casey Jones kicking butt alongside the Turtles, however the sequel was Casey Jones-lite. Luckily his high-kicking replacement Keno was able to step in and take his place, bringing yet more kung-fu-fun with him. Keno only appeared in one TMNT movie, but it was a worthwhile apperance that earned him a spot in this Top 5. Ex-shell-ent!
It is a statistical fact that any movie/TV show featuring actor David Warner is 100% more cool than a movie/TV show without him. As you can imagine this rule applies to TMNT II, where Warner played Professor Jordon Perry, a scientist who held the key to the Turtles' origin. Warner's whacky scientist not only brought an important insight into the Turtles early days, but he was also resposible for...
The one area that the original TMNT film was severely lacking in, was mutated enemies. Watching the Turtles duke it out with the Foot Clan was great, but where the hell were cartoon favourites Beebop and Rocksteady? Well, I can tell you, they weren't in the movie. They also weren't in TMNT II. However (sort of) replacements Tokka and Rahzar were and they provided some much needed beast-battling action. They may have been pretty goofy characters, but jeez, the movie starred four pizza-loving mutant turtles for cripes sake, so it's all relative really.
What's better than a mutated pair of animals? Why, a mutated Shredder of course!
After drinking a vial of ooze towards the film's conclusion the Turtles' nemesis Shredder was super-sized into one mean mother trucker. The scene may have only lasted for a minute, but the idea of a Super Shredder was pure genius and would have taken the top spot in this countdown, if not for...
Daft, cheesy and loaded with pure Vanilla Ice, there is no other scene in the whole of TMNT II that could have taken the No. 1 spot.
If you're not familiar with the it (shame on you) the scene sees the Turtles perform a dance routine with none other than '90s rap star Vanilla Ice!
Yes it is as insane as it sounds, but it's pure brilliance that can't be ignored and is the sort of cameo that seemed to make sense in the early '90s. Now... go ninja, go ninja, go!