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Teen Titans Go! To the Movies

By Tara McNamara, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Irreverent, immature comedy cleverly mocks superhero genre.

Movie PG 2018 88 minutes
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age 7+

Based on 27 parent reviews

age 6+

It's not an adult movie.

"Teen Titans Go!" was never meant to be like the original cartoon. I personally think that both the show and the movie are really great if you can "turn off" your brain. Of course there will be immature jokes and that's what makes it a kid's movie. Also Robin's "Ask your parents how babies are made!" I mean come on, can't people take a joke. Besides talking about these stuff should be okay, there shouldn't be anything to be embarrassed or afraid about. They'll either be too little and you can tell them whatever or you can just tell them that when two people really love each other, the love is so strong that it creates cute little babies. Also there are tons of books for kids that explain it and they'll eventually learn the rest in biology class. Parents shouldn't be that uptight and shield their children so much. The movie was pretty cool in my opinion, had my nephew with me and we both had a blast.
age 6+

It would be so awesome

It would be so cool

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (27 ):
Kids say (65 ):

This animated adventure comedy cleverly pokes fun at superhero movies while also pulling back the curtain on all the standard elements/clichés of superhero movies. The technique teaches kids that there's a formula to making superhero films, which may result in more critical thinking and less impact from some of the darker moments when they watch those films in the future. Warner Brothers and DC Comics should be applauded for being in on the joke, winking at the audience for their own missteps and allowing moneymakers like Batman and Superman to be satirized.

Teen Titans Go! To the Movies is an hour and a half of hilarity, with solid jokes aimed at both parents and kids. But when the characters say that their sense of humor is immature, they aren't kidding. Potty humor abounds, with many jokes centered on the rear end and things that come out of it. The musical numbers are as funny as they are snappy. And celebrities from across the spectrum are cast in minor roles; one of the film's delights is the game of trying to identify the voice behind the character. By the time the credits roll to tell you whether you guessed right or wrong, you'll have spent a thoroughly entertaining hour and a half.

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