It seems like all the superheroes are getting their own movies – everyone but the Teen Titans, that is! Determined to be a star, Robin vows to change this. If only they could get Hollywood director Jade Wilson (Kristen Bell) to notice them! With a few madcap ideas and musical numbers (of course), the Teen Titans head to Tinsel Town. But when Supervillain Slade (Will Arnett) messes with their plans, the Teen Titans will have to become true superheroes to save the world!
I knew there would come a time when my tastes and the boys' tastes would diverge. As it turns out that time was with Teen Titans Go!
I just couldn't get into the show. As an 80s kid, the Teen Titans were right up there with the X-Men in helping me cope with teen angst. Teen Titans Go!'s
take on the Titans was just too...off the mark...for me.
The boys loved the show so much that they had the summertime release of Teen Titans Go! to the Movies
marked on their calendars for months. They corralled a group of their friends and went to see it opening day.
They loved it.
With that much enthusiasm on their part, I thought I owed it to them and myself to give it another try. So, I sat down and watched Teen Titans Go! to the Movies.
You know what, it's still not necessarily my cup of tea, but I can see why the boys love it. It's their version of the team. It's funny and clever. The voice casting is spot on. And, Nicholas Cage finally gets to play Superman.
So, while I'm not likely to ever be a big fan of this version of the Titans, well, the movie is a lot of fun for its core audience.
The home video release is full of bonus features like:
· Lil Yachty Music Video: “Teen Titans GO! Rap”
· Sing-a-long with Silkie “DC Super Hero Girls: The Late Batsby” Mini-Movie
· Red Carpet Mayhem
· Teen Titans GO! To the Movies: WB Lot Shenanigans
· “Everything is Fake”: Exclusive song not in the movie
· “Teen Titans GO!: Translated”
· Storyboard Animatics:
o Storyboard Animatics: Time Cycles
o The Final Battle