Teen Titans Go! To The Movies is a silly, uniquely drawn, and playful children’s film with no real qualities, but nothing in the way of offence either
There is literally nothing unexpected about Teen Titans Go! To The Movies. Even without watching the popular television show, or understanding anything about the Teen Titans/DC Universe, it was pretty clear what the film would be like before the opening titles even started. TTG!TTM is a silly, uniquely drawn, and playful children’s film with no real qualities, but nothing in the way of offence either.
Robin (Scott Menville) and his team of heroes, Teen Titans, are determined to be as cool as all of the other superheroes, thus, desperate to get their own feature film. So when Robin discovers characters that aren’t even heroes are getting films, he sets out to get his name in the headlines, even if that means leaving his friends behind.
If anything, the boldness of the film is something it hoists and boasts about, throwing around a few brash jokes and the breaking of the fourth wall, but the sheer number of characters Teen Titans Go! have been allowed to run with is particularly enlightening. Almost every DC character known to the modern masses is featured in the film in some capacity, with some huge names producing the voice work of the leading DC super heroes (Nicholas Cage is Superman). This certainly gives the film a classier appeal than it deserves.
There is essentially nothing wrong with the television to movie convert, but it offers nothing this type of film hasn’t produced before. It’s mildly humorous and pleasing to the eye, offering the little ones just over an hour of fun, and the adults just long enough for a quick nap.
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