Movie Review Teen Titans Go


The one who fell in the market. #eh Next, without thinking, Robin went to Hollywood. Then asked the famous director Jade Wilson to produce the film Teen Titans.

However, as it turned out, Robin’s efforts did not go smoothly. Studios in Hollywood underestimate the Teen Titans. Likewise with Superman et al. They criticized Teen Titans as child superheroes who were full of silliness.

Which then makes the problem even more complicated, besides struggling to realize their dream of becoming a movie star, the Teen Titans also have to face Slade. A supervillain who becomes Robin’s mortal enemy. Slade, or, more fully, Slade Wilson, is Deathstroke’s real name. In the DC comic version, the supervillain who looks like Marvel’s Deadpool is one of Batman’s mortal enemies.

FYI, in the beginning, actually, Marvel created Deadpool as a parody of DC Comics’ Deathstroke. In addition, not only are the costume colors similar, Deadpool’s real name, Wade Wilson, is also a play on Slade Wilson.

Btw, the name Deadpool itself will indeed be often mentioned in Teen Titans Go! To the Movies. Although, in truth, he is not a DC Comics character. In fact, the members of the Teen Titans, initially, referred to Slade as Deadpool. Not Deathstroke. Of course, it was meant as a joke.

The animated film Teen Titans Go! To the Movies, which has a duration of only 87 minutes, is indeed full of harsh and sarcastic humor. Especially, the film failed in the market. A sort of Green Lantern (2011) by Ryan Reynolds and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016).

In fact, apart from that, the Teen Titans also dared to directly attack the Marvel superheroes who are the main rivals of DC Comics. Besides that, interestingly, Marvel chief, Stan Lee, also has a cameo role in Teen Titans Go! To the Movies. He voices his own character.

Apart from Stan Lee, a number of famous Hollywood stars also voice actors in Teen Titans Go! To the Movies. Call it: Will Arnett, Kristen Bell, Nicholas Cage, James Corden, Jimmy Kimmel, Halsey, Lil Yachty, etc.

Meanwhile, for the voices of the five members of Teen Titans, there is no change. Scott Menville, Tara Strong, Greg Cipes, Hynden Walch, and Khary Payton continue to play Robin, Raven, Beast Boy, Starfire, and Cyborg. As in the serial version.

And, as a result, after premiering last Friday (27/7), Teen Titans Go! To the Movies received a positive response from critics. In fact, it is touted as one of the best animated films of the year. This USD 10 million budget film, guaranteed, will make the audience laugh out loud. Although this film is not purely a comedy film.

Teen Titans Go! To the Movies, initially, was intended as a spectacle for children. With its light plot and cheerful songs that accompany it. However, the duo of directors Aaron Horvath and Peter Rida Michail, brilliantly, is considered capable of packing it with smart jokes. So that it can attract an adult audience. Therefore, this film is a shame if you just pass it up.