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Ever since Teen Titans Go! made its debut and became a pop culture phenomenon of its own, fans have been wondering if the cutesy, pint sized versions of their favorite heroes would mean the return of the classic iteration of the animated Teen Titans. That show, which ran from 2003-2006, was a beloved series in its own right, and the generation who grew up with the series still has tremendous affection for it–so much so they’ve never stopped asking for a potential sixth season of the series to be made. But all these years later, is that even possible
Initial release: July 26, 2018 (Brazil)
Director: Peter Rida Michail, Aaron Horvath
Music composed by: Jared Faber
Producers: Will Arnett, Peter Rida Michail, Aaron Horvath, Michael Jelenic, Peggy Regan
Production companies: DC Comics, Warner Bros. Animation
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'Teen Titans Go To The Movies' Trailer
Parents need to know that Teen Titans Go! to the Movies is an animated superhero comedy based on the cartoon series Teen Titans Go!, which follows five sidekicks and minor heroes in the DC universe. Fed up that all of the other superheroes have their own movies, the Teen Titans head to Hollywood to get one of their own. But when they meet a director who's actually a super villain who wants to take over the world, they get a real lesson in what it means to be a hero. The TV show is hugely popular, so kids will likely to want to see this. But expect lots of potty humor, rude language, cartoonish action violence, and plenty of references to other DC superheroes like Superman and Wonder Woman.
We have Denzel Washington helping getting vengeance,
ABBA songs galore, and a trip to the seedier parts of the internet. Get ready for teen titans go to the movies,
Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again _and _Unfriended: Dark Web.
Just remember, I'm not reviewing these movies, but rather predicting where they'll end up on the Tomatometer.
Let's take a look at This Rotten Week has to offer.
ROTTEN WATCH PREDICTION 53%
In the first Teen Titans Go! to the Movies (60%), Denzel Washington played a guy with a set of skills perfect for the revenge-type action film we've come
to know and love - because they come out multiple times a year).
It went over fine with critics, and to his credit,
Washington's intensity works really well for this genre. Now he's back at it in the sequel, teen titans go to the movies, which follows nice-guy
vigilante Robert McCall as he protects the innocent and lays waste to neighborhood ruffians. It looks like a lot of fun.
Antoine Fuqua is back at the helm for the sequel after directing the first installment. His career really started (relatively speaking)
working with Denzel Washington in Training Day (75%). He's had an interesting career that's seen him take on a number of different types of stories.
Sure, there is Shooter (47%) and Olympus Has Fallen (48%) as examples of action-heavy fare,
but then there's the boxing drama Southpaw (59%) and the western remake The Magnificent Seven (65%).
I think The Teen Titans Go! to the Movies falls in the range of those latter films, and its predecessor.
It looks like your standard action flick that likely gets a boost because the star is so damn good.