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Plot: Robin is sent to work with the Teen Titans after his volatile behavior botches up a Justice League mission. The Titans must then step up to face Trigon after he possesses the League and threatens to conquer the world. Runtime: 78 mins Release Date: 29 Mar 2016
I've been a huge fan of the Teen Titans since I was a young girl and when I heard this was coming up, I was jumping with joy. I really missed it and I got really excited that this was happening. Taissa Farmiga has been one of my favourite actress from American Horror Story and I've missed her performance since Coven. Jon Bernthal, I was excited to see him play as Trigon. He's an amazing actors. I also enjoyed the other characters. The whole movie seems fresh, new, unique. There were a few things that left me a bit confused but overall, I enjoyed the movie. It was enjoyable.I <more>
don't see how some people don't seem to like the idea of the movie being made in a different art style and the new actors. I became a bit upset how people start criticizing when the movie was already made. We all asked for a Teen Titans movie, we got one. But we can't all expect for things to go our way every single moment a director is making a film. Not everything is going to be handed over on a silver or golden platter. And we all expect for the same actors from the old TV shows to appear on the screen when we want them to and that's not cool.It's obvious that the original actors from the old TV show are not going to last forever and it was obvious they wanted to give opportunities to other actors to play the roles of the Teen Titans. And they were young adult actors which I found to be the right choice for them to find new talent. So, I do not see how it's fair that we start attacking something we've been asking for a long time.I for one enjoyed the film and I cannot wait for them to make more.
all I can say is that to you nay sayers to this movie is well you can pound sand it's a movie about superheroes it's a cartoon but some moron has to pick it apart because he thinks he's an expert I am so tired of reading these reviews from people who think they know everything about movies witch they don'they say this one sucks listen to me don't watch it I bet they live in there mom's basement I watched the movie it was not perfect but it did not have to be once again it's a cartoon and once again some moron who thinks he is a movie critic witch he is not by a <more>
long shot who knows nothing about movies because he never watches them because he just looks them up on you-tube and then says i'm an expert because I say so well you suck this movie was very good and those who like these kind of movies should watch it
Expected a lot, got a lot more. The opening scene was nice. Might feel clichéd at first but then comes the important part. Nice to see a Teen Titans movie after so long. The character building up is a little bad but OK. Nice humor to balance the darkness and grittiness of the evil energies. I don't know why many people did not like it. The villain is strong and hard to stop. Very dark at some points, and fun at the other. Would recommend if you are free for few hours and want a little animated fun movie. However, the Justice League vs. Teen Titans part is very short. Hence, the title is <more>
wrong. Could have been better, but I am satisfied with it. Can't wait for future Justice League movies.
Another movie in continuity with the other recent ones playing in the same universe! Keep an open mind and you will feel the time watching it is well spent. Let's start with technicalities! The animation quality and design of the movie is good to very good if you keep in mind that it is a direct-to-video production - there have certainly been much worse ones around. The visual style is a continuation of the other movies that were released in the last year or two, so if you've gotten used to that, you'll feel right at home. Frederik Wiedmann did a nice job with the soundtrack, and <more>
his choice of instruments stands out immediately once the movie gets to the first mystic scenes - I think it is a good match. The pacing is good. There is not really any part that feels too slow or drawn out too much, and enough action takes place throughout the movie to keep up the entertainment. A few scenes could benefit from a deeper exploration, but then again that would break the available time-budget. The story is entertaining, but a bit predictable. Not as predictable as the stories of some of the other DC movies, but there is still room for more complexity. It is targeted at a broader audience, most likely. The movie is somewhat family friendly, teens should feel right at home.I'm not really a fan of Damian in a leading role, but in a team the character plays out much better. Sort of like how Batman integrates nicely with the Justice League - both characters can add a bit of spice to the mix once they're able to clearly contrast with other characters. In my opinion this is the first movie in this line that manages to do this, so that is good to see. More of that please. Damian needs to be put on a leash for good! I could not relate a whole lot to the previous versions of the Teen Titans, so I am happy to see a version of them here that feels a bit more mature. Less goofy is good!There are some parallels between a few appearances in here and in Young Justice - some designs are related without a doubt, some characters share close or relatively close resemblances, but they are different personalities and have different voice-actors . Wasn't sure how to take this at first, but they're likable. Would take another movie to get to know some of them a bit better, so here's hope we get that chance eventually.Overall it is an enjoyable movie. Anyone who liked the recent DC movies should give this one a watch.
For those who grew up watching the 2003 and got really irritated with Cartoonnetwork's attempt at reboot the "Dredd" that is GO, LOL then this movie is one for you.Being the 6th movie in the animated DC movie series unofficially this movie does a great job of capturing the personalities of the Teen Titian's that we, the old fans, know and love; as well as seeing Superman, once again, fall down because who doesn't like watching the "big man" take a good hit .This movie additionally gives a bit more depth into Raven's back-story, being that the movie is <more>
centered around her back-story, and may answer few more questions to those people who did not have the luxury of reading comics about her. All in all, I found the movie to be fantastic!
DC has released a great new film to show that the Teen Titans are here to stay. The story was great to follow and honestly fun to watch it all unfold. In my opinion the Teen Titans were the more powerful heroes in this movie, not in strength but in personality's. Damian was a great addition to the Titans as he brought tons of banter and some funny moments.Although the title says Justice League VS Teen Titans it should just be Teen Titans. In my opinion the Justice League were the side characters which is a good thing. We have way to many Justice League movies and adding the Teen Titans in <more>
this universe was refreshing.It felt nostalgic when I watched this movie because it brought back memories of the original Teen Titans show, which is a good thing. I grew up watching Teen Titans and it was great to see them back in their full glory.Despite some people not liking this just because the fight between the Teen Titans and Justice League only lasts a couple of minutes; and yes it was disappointing but it didn't ruin my experience. I'm not sure what to think of this Robin and Raven romantic interest sub-plot but once again didn't ruin the movie for me.This movie isn't for everyone, I think you've got to have an open mind when you watch this. But its now probably my new favourite DC animated film right next to Under The Red Hood. It's definitely worth a watch because it shows great story, characters and action. I hope we do get more Teen Titans in the future and I think that DC are stepping in the right direction. Either way its just good to finally say "Teen Titans GO!".
Another action-packed thrill ride (by ersinkdotcom)
Warner Home Video and DC Comics unleash the fury in their latest direct-to-DVD offering "Justice League vs. Teen Titans." The all-new DC Universe Original Movie is brought to us by Director Sam Liu "Batman: Year One," "All-Star Superman" from a script by Bryan Q. Miller "The Flash," "Arrow" and Alan Burnett "Batman: The Animated Series," "Batman Beyond" . It is based on an original idea instead of a comic book arc like most of the past animated films. Frustrated and disillusioned about his work alongside the Justice <more>
League, Robin is forced into a new position with a younger super team, the Teen Titans. Readily welcomed aboard, he is immediately intrigued by the mysterious Raven and the unnatural force that looms over them - her father Trigon - a deceptive being powerful enough to destroy Metropolis by pitting the mighty Justice League against the Teen Titans. Loyalties are on the line and lives hang in the balance in "Justice League vs. Teen Titans.""Justice League vs. Teen Titans" reminded me of what would happen if an old Satanic Panic flick like "Rosemary's Baby," "The Exorcist," or "The Masque of the Red Death" was blended together with a super hero movie. You have the mother who is deceived into giving herself over to a cult and spawning the daughter of Satan or Trigon as they call him in the DC Universe . The offspring of the Unholy One fights her destiny and chooses to use her powers for good. The only difference between this and a classic horror film starring Vincent Price or Linda Blair is the inclusion of Robin the Boy Wonder, Starfire, Cyborg, Beast Boy, Blue Beetle, Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman.Writers Bryan Q. Miller and Alan Burnett are no strangers to the DC world of super heroes. Burnett has helped create some of the most adored animated television shows and movies from the past three decades, while Miller has brought to life several different comic book characters through live-action series starting with "Smallville." Director Sam Liu knows how to pull it all together and give it a breakneck speed while not skimping on the story.I applaud the filmmakers for trying to reach out to a teen crowd with their use of rock and dance pop numbers as the Titans try to blow off some adolescent steam at a carnival. They also do a decent job of creating some convincing chemistry between Robin and Raven, who feel like they're the outcasts of the supergroup. At the same time, older comic fans might feel as if they're watching an episode of "DeGrassi: The Next Generation" or "The O.C." "Justice League vs. Teen Titans" is rated PG-13 for fantasy action violence and some suggestive images. Several demons get their heads chopped off and regrow them. Our heroes also go to Hell and battle some very disturbing creatures that get hacked up. It's definitely not for younger audiences.Just be warned, parents. These are not the happy-go-lucky super heroes you know from "Teen Titans GO!" The group of youthful crimefighters we see here tend to use some profanity and are dark, angry, and grim. Their leader, Starfire, enjoys wearing extremely short skirts and shirts fashioned with what I call a boob window. I think she might use it as a distraction for her enemies while she battles with them. There's plenty of fun for older teens and adults to be had, but intense and disturbing scenes and other adult content keep this from being something the whole family can watch. With a great voice cast including Rosario Dawson as Wonder Woman, Jerry O'Connell as Superman, Jason O'Mara as Batman, and Jon Bernthal as Trigon, "Justice League vs. Teen Titans" is another action-packed thrill ride from DC Comics and Warner Home Video. Although the frantic pacing and short run-times of these animated movies sometimes feel a bit light on story buildup, they accomplish what they set out to. They're a comic book put in motion before our very eyes.
It's been awhile since I bought or even viewed a DC animated feature. I was a huge fan of the Justice League cartoon about 10 years ago, and still hold everything else up to that standard of excellence since then. I am an uncle who babysits, so I watch a lot of cartoons. I've been a somewhat regular viewer of the Teen Titans Go show for several years now, and it always amuses me, often with laughter. It's a fast paced dose of silly and crazy and I don't think kids catch half the humor, but it's entertaining for a babysitting adult.It was somewhat jarring to see Starfire as <more>
this mature, sexy woman who is now the leader. But I like it. She is not as indestructible as the TV version, but she had some good moments in battle. I think the ensemble of Blue Beetle, Beast Boy, Raven, Starfire and eventually Robin made for a nice match up against Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, Cyborg and Flash. Their eventual clash was an interesting and satisfying display for fanboy appetites. The only somewhat disappointing display was the first fight scene, where Wonder Woman is, of course, matched up with Cheetah.Seriously, Cheetah? DC needs to make up their minds about the Amazon princess. Is WW on par with Superman, as she was portrayed in the Justice League cartoon series Justice League Paradise Lost Part 1 ? Or is she barely able to subdue a snarling acrobat like Cheetah? I DO like that they gave her back her ability to fly, something that they denied her in the Dawn of Justice debut. And it makes for an interesting dynamic to reintroduce the notion of Diana and Kal/Clark having a relationship, where in most other JL iterations there are romantic tensions between Diana and Bruce.I think this movie as a whole worked well because the story took its time to go broad and deep, revealing character backstory, character motivations, and character flaws -- something Batman vs Superman Dawn of Justice failed miserably at. Speaking of which, in comparison to that hot mess, this cartoon feature shines brightly, because of its ability to successfully flesh out the characters and the plot. I like the tension between Robin and Batman. It's palpable. The big- brotherly affection from Cyborg and big-sister warmth of Starfire are both welcome, without which the story might just ring a bit hollow and 2-dimensional.I know there are others who are severely disappointed and critical of this release, but I found it to be a rewarding 2 hours of entertainment and a beacon of hope that the creative minds in the DC engine can possibly turn the live-action franchise juggernaut around to something more gratifying on par with the Marvel body of work. That oeuvre is a great example and standard to reach for, and if it's too late to save the live action DC storytelling on the big screen, at least it's being done right in the animated universe. I give this video a B/B+.
Let me start off by saying that this is one of the animated DC movies I think looks the best considering it is a direct-to-dvd production. The animation was very detailed and at times felt rather massive in its scope and size.But I found the title to be deceiving, because there's not much JL vs TT going on in the movie so that was kind of disappointing to be honest. But we get many cool fight scenes between hellish demons and a lot of the mystical elements from Raven and since she is my favorite of the Titans I was satisfied by her as the main focus with her difficul heritage.A <more>
good-looking movie, but still could have been better with a more streamlined plot. Recommendable, but not a must watch.