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‘Teen Titans Go! To The Movies’ is a riot of a comedy

teen titans go! to the movies movie review

In ‘Teen Titans Go! To The Movies,’ the Titans—consisted of Robin, Raven, Starfire, Beast Boy, and Cyborg—seeks to validate themselves as “real” superheroes so they can eventually lead a movie based off them. Perhaps the only solution for this is by having an arch nemesis, which they later found out to be Deathstroke. The group’s friendship will be tested once this coveted movie dream goes into fruition. 

teen titans go! to the movies movie review

The film never attempts to complicate itself, with the plot being as centered as it is. It instead capitalizes on self-referential humor to move forward with the story. I really don’t know if all jokes would appeal to the young, but a lot of it really works. It’s funny how some of its repeated jokes managed to roll out some effective laughs. Perhaps, well-built characters really help in enhancing everything.

teen titans go! to the movies movie review

If you’re looking for something quite unexpected here, you will be disappointed. The villain’s surprise twist and how it all wraps up followed a too familiar route and can be predicted miles away. ‘Teen Titans Go! To The Movies’ really felt like an hour and a half episode of your favorite Sunday morning cartoon. There’s not much ambition in display here, but genuine and extremely likeable protagonists will suit you fine for a riot of a comedy.

‘Teen Titans Go! To The Movies’ is now showing in cinemas nationwide!  

Photo credits: Warner Bros. Pictures





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