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(2018) (voices of Scott Menville and Tara Strong) (PG)
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- Animated Action: A group of extraordinary teens attempt to gain respect in the superhero world by defeating a megalomaniac and securing a movie deal in Hollywood.
- The Teen Titans are a group of mostly sidekicks to superheroes such as Superman (voice of NICOLAS CAGE) and Wonder Woman (voice of HALSEY). But they want to be more, if only the world could take them more seriously. First, though, they have to learn to take life and themselves more seriously. There's Robin (voice of SCOTT MENVILLE), the youthful ward of Batman (voice of JIMMY KIMMEL) who can never move out of his shadow. Raven (voice of TARA STRONG) is a young woman who can open portals to other dimensions. Cyborg (voice of KHARY PAYTON) is a technology-enhanced teen boy who can fire missiles and employ rocket boosters to fly. Beast Boy (voice of GREG CIPES) is a shape-shifter who can transform into virtually any animal, bird, or fish. And Starfire (voice of HYNDEN WALCH) is a teenage girl who can harness energy and fire laser beams and power bursts from her hands.
Robin becomes obsessed with getting a Hollywood movie made about him that would also feature the other Titans. He's convinced that is the only way the world will see him and his friends as legit. This coincides with the arrival of a new super villain who Robin tries to make the Teen Titans' arch-enemy to make them more "marketable" for big-screen Hollywood filmmaker Jade Wilson (voice of KRISTEN BELL).
The bad guy is Slade (voice of WILL ARNETT), who has a bit of an identity problem of his own as his costume and weaponry remind most people of Deadpool. But with the main superheroes too focused on their film deals, Slade is able to slip under the radar, use Robin's ego against him, steal a potent energy crystal, and use it to power a mind-control device that has the ability to enslave the world's population via a new content streaming service. The Teen Titans are ultimately the only ones who can stop him.
- WILL KIDS WANT TO SEE IT?
- Definitely. "Teen Titans Go!" has been a popular franchise for the Cartoon Network, seen by young kids, tweens, and teens thanks to its clever humor and superhero action.
- WHY THE MPAA RATED IT: PG
- For action and rude humor.
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