Teen Titan Go! To The Movies Review

A fun-filled adventure for the whole family and as a fan of seven years, I think this movie is a great addition to the DC Universe and to the Teen Titans franchise. From the opening scene to the very ending of the movie, I had a huge grin on my face.

Featuring the voices of Scott Menville, Khary Payton, Hynden Walch, Greg Cipes, Tara Strong, Will Arnett and Kristen Bell. Filled with tons of silly little moments and gags catered towards the younger audience, this animated movie also has a lot of in-jokes and references for others to enjoy.

Based on the characters from Cartoon Network’s Teen Titans Go! series, this movie follows the teen superheroes: Robin, Cyborg, Starfire, Beast Boy, and Raven. After his humiliation at the premiere of “Batman Again”, Robin decides it is high time that he gets his own movie. With the encouragement of his fellow Teen Titans, they make the decision to go and find their own arch nemesis and it comes in the form of Slade. After the not so great first mission to stop him, the team try to cheer up Robin but it doesn’t workout. Robin then decides they need to travel to Hollywood and meet Jade Wilson, the person who is responsible for all the superhero movies, in the hopes of getting their own.

Just like the series, this movie has little musical numbers for all to enjoy and suffice to say, I was impressed. Music by Jared Faber and the musical talents of the cast, Michael Bolton and Jacob Jeffries, the lyrics of one particular song were perfect and were stuck.

Teen Titans Go! To The Movies will be one of my favourite animated movie of all time, not just because I love the Titans themselves. But for the amazing cast and crew behind it.

If you are like me and are a fan of the 2003 Teen Titans, be sure to stay and watch the mid-credits scene.

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