It will keep the children and teens entertained to no end, and you might even find yourself laughing out loud at plenty of the outlandish scenes.
‘Teen Titans Go! To The Movies’ sees our superhero team make the dreaded cross-over from our TV screens to the big screen – but thankfully it’s a hell of a lot of fun, especially for any superhero fans out there. Just in case you thought that because this is a DC Universe movie, it might be tempted to go along the same lines as all of their recent live-action releases – then think again. This is the complete opposite to the moodiness of everything that has come before, and it stands out all the triumphantly because of it.
Focussing on Robin and his team made up of Beast Boy (voiced by Greg Cipes), Raven (Tara Strong), Cyborg (Khary Payton), and Star Fire (Hynden Walch), the rag-tag team begin to notice that every single superhero has their own blockbuster movie being made these days – except for them. They decide to remedy this issue and head to Hollywood in search of fame. Things soon go awry, however, when supervillain Slade (voiced by Will Arnett) shows up, a guy who people hilariouslykeep thinking is Deadpool from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As you can imagine, his rage at the superhero team goes from bad to worse after every encounter.
It’s important to note that the comedy in ‘Teen Titans Go! To The Movies’ is very much what you would expect from a title that has made its way from Cartoon Network. The gags are fart-focussed, pop culture centred, and extremely goofy – and might not sound like it, but they work really well most of the time. Once you drop your barrier and just embrace the madness, the movie is a very fun and enjoyable animation for everyone who sees it.
‘Teen Titans Go! To The Movies’ will keep the children and teens entertained to no end, and you might even find yourself laughing out loud at plenty of the outlandish scenes too. A must-see before the kids head back to school in a few weeks times (*GASP* where has the time gone?) - if you’re struggling for something to do, this is one for the whole family to see