Teen Titans Go! To The Movies Review

***Teen Titans Go! To The Movies is rated PG for action and rude humor and has a runtime of 93 minutes. ***

Teen Titans Go! To The Movies is a fantastic movie to see with the kids. The movie brings in the same humor from the Cartoon Network show, while throwing in some amazing Easter Eggs that every DC fan will love. There’s even some pretty amazing Marvel Easter Eggs throughout the movie as well.

I would recommend showing up on time for this one. There is a pretty amazing Batgirl short that kicks off your movie going experience. I thought the short was well done, but think that it would have been better if it had more of the Shea Fontana feel of DC Super Hero Girls.

In the movie, the Teen Titans, seeing every other hero with their own movie, are trying hard to a movie of their own until they realize that it won’t happen without having their very own archenemies. The Teen Titans think they find their archenemies in Deadpoo…I mean Deathstoke. Will the Titans get their own movie? Will they save the day? I guess you’ll just have to see for yourself!!

As far as end of credits sequences, there is a mid credit scene that fans of the Titans will go wild for, and there is an Avengers-esque shawarma end credit scene that maybe lasts for a second. I’d stay for the mid credit scene, and then maybe wait until the home release to see the end credit scene.

With a killer soundtrack and deep pop culture references Teen Titans Go! To The Movies has a little something for everyone. If the style of Teen Titans Go! is not for you, then I at least recommend watching this one when it becomes available for home release. Parents, be warned there are a plethora of butt and fart jokes that will have your kids (and probably you) laughing for days.

J and I both give Teen Titans Go! To The Movies two thumbs up and personally I think that this movies is one of, if not the best animated super hero movie in existence. Really a fantastic job to everyone who worked on this movie. Check out our YouTube review to hear what J thought in his own words.

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