Teen Titans Go! To the Movies

Teen Titans Go! To the Movies


Will Arnett (The LEGO Batman Movie) and Kristen Bell (Frozen) lend their voices to the big-screen debut of the DC Entertainment and Cartoon Network animated superhero show. The story follows a villain whose maniacal plan for world domination gets sidetracks by the Titans and their dream of Hollywood stardom. The mighty Nicolas Cage also joins the voice cast as Superman.

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I know people have raved about this film but I was dragged by my 9 year old to this and I have to say I hated it, I actually went to the toilet 3/4 the way through not because I needed to but because I was literally falling asleep in it. My partner was equally as unimpressed but my daughter loved it so what can I say.

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  • A brash and blithe-spirited animated comedy adventure for kids. Full Review

  • Although obviously geared to the small fry who will no doubt eat it up, Teen Titans Go! To the Movies will provide many laughs for their adult chaperones as well. Full Review

  • Giddy with in-jokes, meta-moments and quick asides, "Teen Titans Go! To the Movies" is funny enough that you may just forgive its annoyingly placed exclamation point. Full Review

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    If this silly, silly movie accomplishes nothing else, it has rendered it utterly impossible for anyone to depict Batman's origin onscreen, ever again, with a straight face. Full Review

  • Teen Titans GO! to the Movies might be aimed at fans of the manic and underrated Cartoon Network show but any parent who tags along will likely chortle as the film gleefully skewers the world of superheroes and the film industry itself. Full Review

  • Smart and stupid in equal measure, this is a palate cleanser after the doom and gloom of Justice League. The Titans could make you fall back in love with the entire DC Universe. Full Review

  • It's encouraging to see someone at DC approaching this material as an opportunity for colourful fun rather than a grim matter of rights maintenance. Full Review

  • For those a little worn down by the one-two gloom fest of Justice League and Avengers: Infinity War, this is just the borax-poking tonic to make you feel good about caped crusaders again. Full Review

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