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Language: English
Category: Movie / Animation / Action / Comedy / Family / Musical / Sci-Fi
Original Title: Teen Titans Go! To the Movies
Director: Aaron Horvath,Peter Rida Michail
Writers: Michael Jelenic,Aaron Horvath
Released: 2018
Budget: $10,000,000
Duration: 1h 24min
Video type: Movie
It seems to the Teens that all the major superheroes out there are starring in their own movies-everyone but the Teen Titans, that is. But de facto leader Robin is determined to remedy the situation, and be seen as a star instead of a sidekick. If only they could get the hottest Hollywood film director to notice them. With a few madcap ideas and a song in their heart, the Teen Titans head to Tinsel Town, certain to pull off their dream. But when the group is radically misdirected by a seriously super villain and his maniacal plan to take over the Earth, things really go awry. The team finds their friendship and their fighting spirit failing, putting the very fate of the Teen Titans themselves on the line.


Cast overview, first billed only:
Greg Cipes Greg Cipes - Beast Boy (voice)
Scott Menville Scott Menville - Robin (voice)
Khary Payton Khary Payton - Cyborg (voice)
Tara Strong Tara Strong - Raven (voice)
Hynden Walch Hynden Walch - Starfire (voice)
Will Arnett Will Arnett - Slade (voice)
Kristen Bell Kristen Bell - Jade Wilson (voice)
Eric Bauza Eric Bauza - Aquaman / Stan Lee's Assistant (voice)
Michael Bolton Michael Bolton - Tiger (voice)
Kal-El Cage Kal-El Cage - Young Bruce Wayne (voice)
Nicolas Cage Nicolas Cage - Superman (voice)
Joey Cappabianca Joey Cappabianca - Plastic Man (voice)
Greg Davies Greg Davies - Balloon Man (voice)
John DiMaggio John DiMaggio - Guard / Synth Skate Voice (voice)
Halsey Halsey - Wonder Woman (voice)

A montage of flipping comic pages from the "The New Teen Titans" comic (#1, November 1980) appears at the beginning of the film. This is also a reference to Marvel Studios' flipping comic pages logo.

In the comics, Slade's supervillain name is "Deathstroke." This name has never been used in a Teen Titans cartoon, because it was decided that a character with "Death" as part of his name should not be in a children's cartoon. However, he was referred to as Deathstroke in LEGO Супергерои DC: Флэш (2018), an animated movie marketed to children, which was released a few months before this movie.

The Challengers of the Unknown is a team of DC Comics characters created by Marvel Comics co-creator Jack Kirby in 1957. The basic premise of their series as a team of explorers of the alien and unusual who felt they were living on borrowed time after miraculously surviving a plane crash, predates the later Marvel Comics creation, The Fantastic Four, also co-created by Kirby as well as Stan Lee, in many respects.

Nicolas Cage's son Kal-El voices a young Bruce Wayne.

Nicolas Cage was cast as Superman in "Superman Lives" before the project was canceled.

Nicolas Cage is such a big fan of Superman that he named his son Kal-El, which is Superman's birth name. Nic voices Superman in this film.

The film is being released in July 2018, which marks the 15th anniversary of the original Юные Титаны (2003) series.

Stan Lee's cameo had the joke that he didn't know he was in a film based on Marvel Comics' rival, DC Comics. However, there is a DC Comics character available that Lee could have used to fit perfectly into the DC Universe story: Funky Flashman. That character is a comedic villain who was a flamboyant and conniving would-be talent promoter created by Jack Kirby in the "Mister Miracle" series that was an obvious caricature of Stan Lee, with whom Kirby felt some bitterness against from his time at Marvel.

The first Teen Titans series to get its own big screen feature film.

The song played in the first fight with Balloon Man is a variation of the original Юные Титаны (2003) theme.

Khary Payton is listed among the contacts on Cyborg's phone. That's the name of the actor who voices Cyborg.

Jor-El in this film is based on Marlon Brando as Jor-El in Superman (1978).

When the titans travel back to the past, there's a scene of four turtles slowly walking to a broken vial of chemical liquid. It's a reference to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

When Robin and Jade are sitting on a bench in the park, on the tree on the right side it says "Sam was here". A reference to executive producer Sam Register.

James Corden was initially cast as Balloon Man. However, for reasons unknown, he was replaced with Greg Davies.

Nicolas Cage owned a copy of Action Comics #1 which had the first appearance of Superman.

Patton Oswalt's first theatrically released animated film since Ratatouille (2007).

Aquaman is the only DC Universe character to appear in this film voiced by a straight up voice actor, being Eric Bauza, who was also in 2 Юные титаны, вперед! (2013) episodes.

At one point Superman says: "Somebody save me". This makes a reference to the TV show Smallville (about a teenaged Superman) and it's theme song "Save Me" by Remy Zero.

Starfire is the only Titan that does not refer to Slade as Deadpool.

Nicolas Cage's fifth animated film after The Ant Bully (2006), Astro Boy (2009), G-Force (2009), and The Croods (2013).

Tara Strong and Corey Burton's fourth time working together after Big Time Rush (2009) Boлшебные покровители (2001) and My Friends Tigger & Pooh (2007).

This is the fourth and final hand drawn animated movie released in the 2010s after My Little Pony в кино (2017) (which also featured Tara Strong.), Губка Боб в 3D (2015) and Медвежонок Винни и его друзья (2011).

This is the first movie based on Teen Titans to not have any previous theatrical animated films in the franchise.

During a post credit scene, the Teen Titans in their designs in the original Юные Титаны (2003) appear, stating that "they may have found a way back".

Stan Lee makes his first and only cameo in a DC movie, as he passed away about four months after the release of the film.

The Teen Titans keep referring to Slade as Deadpool. Slade's alter ego in the movie is Jade Wilson. Deadpool's real name is Wade Wilson. Deadpool was created as a parody of Deathstroke, The Terminator, the original name for the "Slade" character, whose alter ego is Slade Wilson.

When Slade destroyed Titans' Headquarter, in the ruin of Raven's room, you can find a book with the Grindelwald seal/Deathly Hallows sign from Harry Potter series on the cover.

Only DC movie to feature Marvel elements such as the comic book opening, talking about characters from other universes (Marvel) and it has an after credits clip.

The scene where Slade enters the research facility and takes out the two guards is a reference to Star Wars: A New Hope, when Darth Vader enters Amabassador Organa's ship looking for the Death Star plans.

When the Titans run over Tiger, played by Michael Bolton, Robin makes a noise of disgust that sounds similar to Bolton's trademark "Yeah!".

Reviews: [25]

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    Rollers from Abdun

    As a comic book nerd and a Dad of kids who love the show as much as I do, I was thrilled when I found out they were making a movie. The wit, sarcasm and cameos from the DC and Marvel universe are awesome. Teen TItans Go to the movies is exactly what fans of the franchise want and need. My kids range from 6-14 and we had a great time. They laughed. I laughed. The entire theatre laughed.
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    Let's think for a moment.... this film is predominantly aimed at children. So I asked my 10 year old what she thought

    LOVE IT, LOVE IT, LOVE IT! I would defiantly see it again

    From an adult point of view - I took 3 children (8,9 &10) who laughed all the way through it. I was entertained with the songs and wit and also the nostalgic references.
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    It was different then Teen Titans Go! The humour was good, and the animation has improved. I advise you to see it!
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    Teen Titans Go! To the Movies is such a hilarious film. During the premier at the Chinese Theatre, the laughs echoed around the room. The film stays true to the TV show, with inside jokes about Robin's baby hands and beautiful butt. Even with those things from the TV show, the film still makes sense if you haven't watched the show before. And, there are new things for people who have watched the TV show.

    This film is about the Teen Titans trying to get their own movie in order to become official superheroes. To do that, they need an arch nemesis and they come across Slade (Will Arnett). This causes them to get a movie deal with Jade Wilson (Kristen Bell) who has some ulterior motives.

    As an original viewer of the TV show, I can tell you that it's classic Teen Titans with many added aspects. One of which is the songs. There are occasional songs in the TV show, but this movie is jam packed with amazing songs by Jared Faber that help keep it interesting and move the story along. They are so catchy that I could hear people singing them as they left the theatre. The jokes in this film only make it better. This film just keeps you laughing throughout and at the edge of your seat with all the action.

    The cast is really spectacular! They have the original five from the TV show - Tara Strong (Raven), Greg Cipes (Beast Boy), Khary Payton (Cyborg), Hynden Walch (Starfire) and Scott Menville (Robin). They also have a couple of new voices, including Kristen Bell (Jade Wilson), Will Arnett (Slade), Nicolas Cage (Superman), Stan Lee (Stan Lee), Halsey (Wonder Woman) and Lil Yachty (Green Lantern) who also does a remix of Go! My favorite character would have to be Beast Boy, because he is so hilarious and is always there for all the Titans. My favorite line is Robin's catchphrase, "Crack an egg on it... ca caw!" It's just so ridiculously funny and random.

    The message of this film is the classic: "You don't have to be super to be a superhero, you just have to be yourself." I give this film 5 out of 5 stars, because it kept me laughing and smiling for an hour and a half. I recommend it for ages 7 to 14, because the jokes are more geared to older audiences, with some really more for adults.

    Reviewed by Dariana A., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic. For more reviews by youth, visit kidsfirst dot org.
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    .... so did I lol, Well worth going for a viewing (with the kids)!
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    My kids have been big Teen Titans Go fans from the beginning - and this movie did not disappoint! True to the show, it's filled with hilarious songs and ridiculous plot twists. We laughed the whole time and couldn't stop talking about our favorite parts afterwards. Such a great family film!
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    Literally created an account to review this. We just got home from seeing it and I'm not sure why there's so many negative reviews about TTG to the Movies - every kid in the theatre was in hysterics laughing - and the parents too.

    It was refreshing to see a comedy for kids that stayed true to the tv show. There's so much 3D in your face emotional rollercoaster and depressing story lines coming from the other studios like Pixar and Dreamworks - kids need more of simple laughter and jokes.

    Even if your kids have never seen the TV show - bring them to see this - they will love it. And you will too. If it's goal is to be entertaining to kids then it definitely deserves 10/10
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    When I first saw the movie I thought it would be bad and cheezy but actually it's very funny and has really good music and lessons. Definitely go see.
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    Super Meta adult jokes but enough for kids. Very true to the show
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    I decided to go see this movie because of the humor. It looked very self-referential, and seemed to poke fun at itself. I like movies like that, and supporting films based on TV shows. I wasn't a fan of the series, though I've seen a few episodes. This was tremendously entertaining, and furiously funny! The film is a brilliant satire of superhero movies, and makes fun of everything from Marvel and Warner Bros., to DC, itself. This is a very, very funny film, and in a day when so many superhero movies are so serious, this is a great palate cleanser. Highly recommended!
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    If your a massive fan of the DC and the marvel universe it will have you in hysterics from the moment the movie starts from the get go.

    Even if your not a massive comic book series fan it will still have you laughing throughout with it hilarious musical numbers and toilet humour. If you want to see one movie with your family in cinema this summer I highly recommend this one.
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    My kids love the show Teen Titans Go! Seeing this movie was a little different from the show, however we loved it, from the songs to the plots, we found it very entertaining.
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    So this review is from my nine-year-old son; he declared it "a must watch movie". I wouldn't know because I fell asleep half way through.
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    While most people expected this movie to be a flop, it actually turned out to be a major success. This movie has the perfect amount of meta humor to rival "Deadpool" and a surprisingly good plot.
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    Great story and much funnier than the other animated and live action movies.
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    This movie was far better than expected. Funny as all heck. Robin's final line of dialogue into the camera will stay with me forever. I'm still laughing. Go see it!!
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    Vital Beast

    TEEN TITIANS GO!!!! I walked into this movie not expecting much. This movie made me laugh the whole way through. It's a great movie with lots of references.
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    They nailed it with this one. Perfection from start to the credits.
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    At first glance, This movie looked a little grim from the teaser. But as i saw the whole movie, It made more sense too me and my friends.

    Surprisingly, this movie was really hilarious and very-well structured. This movie actually had a plot!!!!!! Well, a good plot that actually made sense. Also, Every thirty seconds there would either be a superhero joke or a song. In my opinion, this movie was more of a mini-musical.

    However, One of the biggest surprises is during the end credits that has to do with the original Teen Titans!!! So being a 90's kid, That really made me excited and hyped out to see what happens next!

    But if you're a fan of TTG and looking for a movie to watch while Winnie the Pooh and Dracula are entertaining audiences, then definitely watch this movie! Even if you're not a fan of TTG, This movie will open your eyes to what the newest generation of kids have created!!!!
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    Teen Titans Go! to the Movies is possibly DC's best cinematic piece since Michael Keaton donned the cape and cowl.
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    I absolutely loved this movie. I was laughing the whole time and it was a great story. I recommend this movie to anyone who is a living human.
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    Even if you aren't a TTG! fan you'll like this movie. It makes fun of superhero movies and themselves, but it has a lesson and really means well. You really see the team's friendship in this movie and their appreciation for each other. There was a lot of dark humor only older teens and adults would get that was hilarious and it was an overall good time. I'm not that big a fan of TTG! so I was surprised to find myself laughing at the jokes. Everyone shoukd see this movie because it really is witty and there is a great story. Very creative!!!
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    All these negative reviews are from people who likely didnt even see the movie. I hate Teen Titans GO! the show. I HATE it. I went into this wanting to hate it. Its amazingly well produced, most of the jokes land, and the end of the movie had me in tears laughing.

    I wanted to hate this movie, but I cant hate this movie. Its some of the most fun I have had watching a movie in a long time.
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    The movie was fun and hilarious. My kids loved it. I am a long time comic reader and DC fan, so it was great to see so many deep cut references in the film. The jokes were great and the animation and action was entertaining. Some of the hate this movie is getting is from people who don't like when their favorite things are tweeted for a new generation, even though it has no impact on the past. Take your kids and have fun.
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    If you're looking for a fun time at the movies and don't want a plot quite as intense as mission impossible, I suggest you check this out. The irreverent humor and many references will keep even the most avid cynic of this show intrigued. What this movie has that too many adult comedies lack is a heart. I was genuinely surprised that I actually cared about Robin's ups and downs throughout the movie due to the surprisingly well-written story. Yes, the movie has the occasional fart joke, but it's not overdone. In fact, the movie is quite aware that those types of jokes aren't for everyone, so it often utilizes them to make fun of itself. It is at times a little predictable, but it has enough going for it that makes the story thematically consistent. It even references it's own cliches and predictableness in a funny way. My only main complaint is the pacing. I think the main reason for this is that the story appears to have its conflict resolve, and it takes awhile for the story to pick up steam again. Comedies can often get overly cynical, but this movie looks to appeal to the heart of the fanboy and dreamer in all of us and accomplishes it. Even if you don't like the movie, I suggest you stick around for the end credits scene because it's got something older fans can get excited for.