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Turbo: FAST - Season 1 (2013 - 2014/Fox/Dreamworks DVD)

Picture: B Sound: B Extras: D Episodes: B+

Hey, he's back! Turbo, the world's fastest snail... and he is not alone, now along with the F.A.S.T. (Fast Action Stunts Team) crew they race and chase for their need for speed. As they race through the streets of Turbo City, they learn new tricks and test their limits. However other insects and animals now want also want to be considered the fastest creature alive and they all come looking to race and compete with Turbo in Turbo: FAST - Season 1 (2013 - 2014).

After winning the Indy 500, the snails now not only have a new city Turbo City, but F.A.S.T., a group of snails with high power techno shells who just as crazy as Turbo for speed and racing. Turbo is joined by Whiplash, the coach and leader of the team. Smooth Move, the slick boom box loving snail. Burn, a pink hot rod female snail. Skidmark, the crazy psycho snail. White Shadow, an overweight ninja wannabe snail. And finally Chet, Turbo's over conservative, safety and protective brother (whom for some reason everyone still keeps thinking is a girl and Turbo's girlfriend). Together, they protect the newly founded Turbo City from other insects and animal who want to take Turbo City as their own, as well as go on tours with Tito, their human friend.

Based on the movie Turbo (see link below), Turbo: FAST is no longer 3-D CGI animated, but it is a fun filled children's TV series now. This is all 26 episodes and over nine hours long. Each episode usually comes down to the snails racing for either in some bet or to save the city and Turbo learning something new. The characters and music remind you rap and R&B characters and. It about a group of friends proving that if they believe, they can do anything.

The anamorphically enhanced 1.78 X 1 image and lossy Dolby Digital 5.1 mixes for each episode are as good as they will get for the format, but there are no extras though you can read about the original feature film at this link...


- Ricky Chiang


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