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Teen Titans Go! vs Teen Titans

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

TT universe crossover movie is irreverent and fun.

Movie NR 2019 77 minutes
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Community Reviews

age 6+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 6+

Teen Titan fans will enjoy

I am not a big fan of Teen Titans Go, but I love the original series. This was a great combination of the two, with the Teen Titans Go zany humor and the classic story lines of the original Teen Titans.
age 6+

Its a big fart packed adventure

It's a very interesting show it's one fart packed adventure with songs and dancing. Kids less than 6 yrs might gat scared of raven and her dad they are demons

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (2 ):
Kids say (9 ):

Teen Titan fans of all ages will enjoy this comical series, which combines the silly gags and irreverent banter of Teen Titans Go! with the more straight-laced heroics of the original team. Watching the characters learn more about their alternate selves is fun, as are the self-reflexive ways in which the franchise points to the range of fan reactions against the younger, but more contemporary, teen superheroes. Throughout it all, the sharp humor adds an edge that's bound to elicit a few chuckles among older viewers.

It's well-written and quick-witted, and even if you're not a TT fan, it's easy to follow the basic plot line. But if you enjoy Teen Titans or Teen Titans Go! (or *gasp* both) you will appreciate how smartly the two worlds are merged. You'll also be able to pick up on some of the more nuanced moments, which will be easily missed by those less familiar with the franchise. If you're looking for a fun animated story to enjoy, Teen Titans Go! vs Teen Titans is worth checking out.

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