was too old for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles sensation the first time around, but that didn’t stop me from selling my rare comics for a pretty penny. It also didn’t stop me from enjoying the first live action film when it came out. I was a projectionist at the heinous Roswell Mall theater at the time and I never tired of seeing Elias Koteas battle puppets for dominance, something which also paid off in Crash.

Now Warner Bros is bringing a computer animated version of the franchise to the screen and all indications are that it’s terrific. is proud to partner with them on a screening of the film in the three cities listed below. Using the link at the bottom of this article (the one marked ENTER TO WIN), provide me with the following info:

1. Your name and address.
2. The city in which you’d like to see the film.
3. Your age or the age of the young person you’re taking to the screening (it’s a Saturday daytime screening).
4. The name of the next animated film for young people you’d like to see taken from a comic book.

Failure to comply will disqualify!

Note to Nashville readers: Please don’t send me envelopes telling me to add you to our movie pass mailing list. No such thing exists. We only send passes to readers who request them for each movie contest and who follow the rules of the contest.





This film will be released wide on Friday, March 23, 2007 and has been rated "PG" for animated action violence, some scary cartoon images and mild language.  The running time is 1 hour 29 minutes.