After watching the video, I've got some major nitpicks to voice. But lets get some of the good qualities out of the way (trust me, it won't take long).
First, nice to know that William Fichtner won't be playing Shredder. by my guesstimation, it looks like they're going with the horribly disfigured Shredder from the 2012-present animated series but with exo-suit armor. I saw the movie tie-in toys at Walmart and the Shredder is wearing exo-suit armor.
It still looks ugly and combersome IMO. It's like an 8-year old was in charge of the costume design after a steady diet of Pixie Stix, Mexico's version of Coca-Cola, and 90's Image comics. BTW, in one scene, did Shredder's blades return to him after being fired or was that part played in reverse?
And while we're on the subject of nitpicks...
My biggest one is Megan Fox. Dear Christ, that woman has the looks of a porn star but the acting range of rotting driftwood. Makes me wish they went with Whoopie Goldberg are April O'Neil. She may not be a spring chicken these days but at least she has some acting chops.
Second biggest grip is the voice acting for the turtles. Can anyone tell me which voice belonged to which turtle in that trailer? I know you could tell if the camera was on them, but, aside from Mikey, the rest of trailer made it difficult to tell.
Also, the turtles still look fugly as 3 day old road kill. All that money and not one of them could have made a call to a practical effects shop? I know they want to distance themselves from the previous movie entries, but there is some serious uncanny valley going on with their CGI faces.
Then there are other complaints like the Foot Clan being replaced by extras from the Call of Duty series, the frantic Transformers-like action bits, and the possibility that Splinter may be killed off in this movie (judging from the trailers but I could be off on that).
Overall, the only thing that got me excited was the Skrillex track used in the trailer (I mentioned that in a previous post) and that was it. That's not a good sign for this movie. A summer movie trailer should get you pumped up for the upcoming movie and this didn't do it for me. I'm gonna wait until the reviews come in for this one before I decide to see this in theaters or not. But its starting to feel like Michael Bay has saturated another popular franchise with his douche-taint.