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Turbo Kid takes place in a future. And a comic fan decides to rescue his friend and fight against cruel lord. After trading for water and his favorite comic book, Turbo Rider, The Kid runs into Apple, a mysterious, free-spirited young woman. Frightened by her quirky personality and aggressive attempts to befriend him, he flees to his bunker, only to find she has followed him. When she hands him the comic book that he dropped, he reluctantly allows her to stay with him.
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January 01, 2016

It's gloriously gory at times - the film takes pride in its beautifully brutal practical effects - but at heart, Turbo Kid is a charming little oddity that makes an asset of its low budget.
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August 28, 2015

Made for ironicists, Turbo Kid, in its endearingly goofy way, says good things about the power reserves of our childhood - an inner superhero we can call upon when needed.
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August 04, 2016

A crazy film that makes the audience part of the experience. [Full review in Spanish]
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December 13, 2015

TURBO KID is campy fun as a reminder of the films kids liked some three decades ago. It has the magic to turn "are you kidding?" into "that was fun."
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February 24, 2016

Playing like an explosion at the Cannon Films factory, [it's] part Mad Max, part Nintendo movie classic, and part The Wizard with a sinister midnight madness sense of humor.
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August 28, 2015

"Turbo Kid" isn't really more mature than its raw generic parts, nor is it clever enough to disarm viewers who want to regress to childhood without feeling guilty for that naive impulse.
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August 27, 2015

The whole thing looks like it cost its writer-directors, François Simard, Anouk Whissell and Yoann-Karl Whissell, oh, maybe $1.98.
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Daily Dead
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January 06, 2016

A perfect blending of over-the-top gore, comedy & high-octane action, Turbo Kid does a fantastic job of keeping its story engaging, creating characters that are well-conceived & delivering some of the most hysterical gore gags I've seen in a while.
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Hollywood Reporter
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March 24, 2015

A pitch-perfect pastiche that never mocks its inspirations, the picture is silly fun to warm the hearts of aging fanboys and delight hipsters who weren't yet born the first time Mel Gibson donned Max's leathers.
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eFilmCritic.com

December 01, 2015

A cheerfully silly and goofily gory homage to 80's-era cheapo action films whose boxes always promised more than they ever came close to delivering.
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Toronto Sun
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August 27, 2015

It may be that, while watching the nine-figure reboot of Mad Max, there was a part of you that yearned for the $1.98 version. If so, Turbo Kid is for you.
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