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Teen Titans Go! To the Movies is a 2018 American animated superhero fantasy action musical comedy film based on the television series Teen Titans Go!, which is adapted from the DC Comics superhero team of the same name. This film is written and produced by series developers Michael Jelenic and Aaron Horvath, and directed by series producer Peter Rida Michail and Horvath. The events of the film take place during the fifth season of Teen Titans Go!, produced by Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures.

The film features the voices of Greg Cipes, Scott Menville, Khary Payton, Tara Strong and Hynden Walch reprising their respective roles from the series, while Will Arnett (who also produced the film) and Kristen Bell join the cast. It was theatrically released in the United States and Canada on July 27, 2018, by Warner Bros. The film has grossed over $51 million worldwide against a $10 million budget and received very positive reviews from critics, with praise toward the cast and humor.

Plot

In Jump City, the Teen Titans arrive to stop the Balloon Man. When he cannot figure out who they are, the Teen Titans jump into a rap song to introduce themselves and become distracted, forcing the Justice League to intervene. They criticize the Titans for being childish, not taking anything seriously, and bring up the fact that they do not have a movie of their own to prove their legitimacy.

While at the premiere of Batman Again after Raven sent the Challengers of the Unknown to another dimension, Robin humiliates himself, after assuming that there will be a movie about him, and is laughed out by the audience. At the rest of the team's suggestion, Robin resolves that in order to get a movie made about him and the Titans, they need an arch-nemesis.

Nearby, Slade breaks into S.T.A.R. Labs to steal a crystal. The Titans arrive and attempt to stop him, but he swiftly defeats and insults them. The next day, Beast Boy, Starfire, Cyborg and Raven create a movie to cheer up Robin, but he turns it off prematurely declaring that they will go to Hollywood to have a movie made about them. Upon arriving, they encounter director Jade Wilson, who is responsible for all the superhero movies being made. She turns down the Titans' request to be in a movie, but explains that the only way she would make one about them is if they were the only superheroes in the world. The Titans take her words literally by going back in time to prevent the origins of the other superheroes, but only end up ruining the present, forcing them to go and undo their blunder.

Slade next arrives at Wayne Tech to infuse the crystal's power and the Titans arrive to stop him, this time putting up an actual fight. They secure the crystal, but Slade escapes, resolving to split Robin from his teammates. The next day, Jade invites the Titans back to Hollywood and announces that she will make a movie about them due to their recent fight with Slade. While Robin is given a tour of the premises, Raven, Beast Boy, Starfire and Cyborg venture out and cause mischief. They find a Doomsday Machine that is heavily guarded by the heroes and try to destroy it, but Jade arrives and reveals that D.O.O.M.S.D.A.Y., is just a terrible acronym for a new streaming service for the new movie she is making. She resolves to drop the rest of the Titans from the film and make it solely about Robin, which he happily accepts, much to the consternation of his team, who wish him luck.

Robin finishes making the movie, but during a scene where he interacts with a prop version of the Titan Tower door panel, a light falls and knocks him out. He awakens and finishes the scene where Jade reveals that they are now in the tower for real, and that she is actually Slade himself in disguise. He gets the crystal back, restrains Robin, and tells Robin that his making so many superhero movies was a plan to keep the heroes busy while he invaded their cities to build his D.O.O.M.S.D.A.Y. Device to take over the world. Robin escapes from the shackles with his baby hands, and runs out of the exploding tower. The next morning in the wreckage, Robin calls his friends back, who join him with open arms.

At the premiere of Robin: The Movie, the Titans arrive and unmask Slade, but Slade unleashes the crystal's power to control the other heroes and sends them after the Titans. Robin goes after Slade while the rest of the team leads off the heroes. However, Slade uses his new power to control Robin, and tells him to attack his friends, who show him the rest of the movie they made for him. Robin comes to his senses. Using one of their songs, the team takes out Slade together, defeating him and his giant robot, which also destroys the crystal, snapping the heroes out of their trance.

The heroes all congratulate the Titans for their heroic efforts with Robin admitting that he has learned to be himself. When he tries to go on, everyone demands that they cut to the credits immediately with Robin attempting to stall so that "kids can ask their parents questions." Starfire breaks the fourth wall to say to go right to the credits, but Robin stops just before the film ends telling kids to "ask [their] parents where babies come from."

In a mid-credits scene, the Teen Titans from the 2003-2006 series show up on a distorted screen telling the viewers that they "found a way back."

In a post-credits scene, the Challengers of the Unknown are still trapped with their leader postulating that they missed the movie.

Voice cast

Main article: List of Teen Titans Go! characters

  • Scott Menville as Robin, the leader of the Teen Titans who utilizes a staff and various weapons to fight crime.
    • Jacob Jeffries as Robin's singing voice in "My Superhero Movie".
  • Greg Cipes as Beast Boy, a member of the Teen Titans who has the superpower to shapeshift into different animals.
  • Khary Payton as Cyborg, the robotized humanoid member who has the power of using weapons from his mechanical body and is also capable of super strength.
  • Tara Strong as Raven, a half-human, half-demon sorceress who is the daughter of a supremely powerful and dangerous demon named Trigon. She possesses telekinetic abilities.
    • Strong also provides the vocal effects of Silkie, Starfire's pet caterpillar who was formerly owned by Killer Moth.
  • Hynden Walch as Starfire, a Tamaranian princess and a member of the Teen Titans, who has the ability to shoot bright green-colored bolts of ultraviolet energy and green laser beams from her hands and eyes, and is capable of flying faster than light, as well as superhuman strength.
  • Will Arnett as Slade, a supervillain and Robin's nemesis.
  • Kristen Bell as Jade Wilson, a famous filmmaker who the Teen Titans try to persuade to make a movie about them.[6]
  • Nicolas Cage as Superman, a member of the Justice League.
  • Jimmy Kimmel as Batman, a member of the Justice League and Robin's mentor.
    • Nicolas Cage's son Kal-El Cage voices a younger Bruce Wayne.
  • Halsey as Wonder Woman, a member of the Justice League.
  • Lil Yachty as Green Lantern, a member of the Justice League who made a reference to the Green Lantern film.
  • Stan Lee as himself. This was Lee's final animated role during his lifetime before his death in November 2018.
  • Wil Wheaton as Flash, a member of the Justice League.
  • Patton Oswalt as Atom, a member of the Justice League.
  • Eric Bauza as Aquaman, a member of the Justice League.
    • Bauza also voices Stan Lee's assistant.
  • Greg Davies as Balloon Man, a balloon-themed villain.
  • Joey Cappabianca as Plastic Man, a member of the Justice League.
  • Meredith Salenger as Supergirl, the cousin of Superman.
  • Dave Stone as the unidentified Challengers of the Unknownleader
  • David Kaye as the Alfred trailer announcer
    • Kaye also voices the Inside Premiere announcer.
  • Michael Bolton as Tiger
  • John DiMaggio as Guard, Synth Skate Voice
  • Tom Kenny as Machine Voice
  • Vanessa Marshall as Vault Voice
  • Phil Morris as D.O.O.M.S.D.A.Y., a streaming device.
    • Morris also voices the Red Carpet Announcer
  • Alexander Polinsky as Control Freak, a media-manipulating enemy of the Teen Titans.
  • Fred Tatasciore as Jor-El, the late father of Superman.
    • Tatasciore also voices a security guard.
  • James Arnold Taylor as Shia LaBeouf, the actor who was cast as Slade.

Production

On September 25, 2017, Warner Bros. Pictures announced the film and its release date of July 27, 2018, with the show's cast reprising their roles. A month later, the film's title and teaser poster debuted, and it was announced that Will Arnett and Kristen Bell had joined the cast.

On March 12, 2018, it was announced that musicians Lil Yachty and Halsey were part of the cast, as Green Lantern and Wonder Woman, respectively, with Nicolas Cage revealed as Superman the same day. Cage himself was originally slated to portray Superman in Tim Burton's canceled Superman film, Superman Lives, in the 1990s. Jimmy Kimmel was announced to voice Batman in the film through an extended cut of the trailer.

Music

Teen Titans Go! To The Movies (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Soundtrack album to the film Teen Titans Go! To the Movies by Various
Released July 20, 2018
Genre Various
Length 35:30
Label WaterTower Music

The Teen Titans GO! To The Movies soundtrack was released on July 20, 2018, approximately one week before the film's release. The soundtrack consists of songs that the cast sing throughout the movie and the musical score composed by Jared Faber.

  • 1. "GO!" - Hynden Walch, Tara Strong, Scott Menville, Khary Payton, Greg Cipes
  • 2. "My Superhero Movie" - Jacob Jeffries
  • 3. "Upbeat Inspirational Song About Life" - Michael Bolton, Hynden Walch, Tara Strong, Scott Menville, Khary Payton, Greg Cipes
  • 4. "Crystals" - David Gemmill, M.A.E.S.T.R.O.
  • 5. "Shenanigans" - Peter Rida Michail, Khary Payton
  • 6. "GO! (Battle Remix)" - Hynden Walch, Khary Payton, Scott Menville, Tara Strong, Greg Cipes
  • 7. "GO! (Remix)" - Lil Yachty
  • 8. "Upbeat Inspirational Song About Life [Reprise]" - Michael Bolton
  • 9. "Welcome To Jump City" - Jared Faber
  • 10. "Balloon Man Invades" - Jared Faber
  • 11. "Check This Out" - Jared Faber
  • 12. "This Is Where They Make Movies" - Jared Faber
  • 13. "Slade Arch Nemesis Suite" - Jared Faber
  • 14. "Chasing Slade" - Jared Faber
  • 15. "Slade's Master Plan" - Jared Faber
  • 16. "Robin Misses The Titans" - Jared Faber
  • 17. "The Tower Collapses" - Jared Faber
  • 18. "Titans Save The World Suite" - Jared Faber
  • 19. "Slade Becomes Giant Robot" - Jared Faber
  • 20. "Justice League Returns/Saved By Titans" - Jared Faber
  • 21. "Star Labs/Doomsday Device" - Jared Faber
  • 22. "Worthy Arch Nemesis" - Jared Faber
  • 23. "Back To The Future Theme" - Fred Kron

Release

The film was released in theaters on July 27, 2018, by Warner Bros., followed by a United Kingdom bow a week later. It was released in Australian theaters on September 13, 2018. An early screening was held on June 22 at Vidcon 2018, for both badge members and YouTubers. The film was also shown at the San Diego Comic-Con International on July 20, 2018. The film's theatrical release was preceded by The Late Batsby, a short film based on Lauren Faust's forthcoming DC Super Hero Girls television series.

Home media

Teen Titans Go! to the Movies was released on digital copy on October 9, 2018 and was released on DVD and Blu-ray on October 30, 2018.

Reception

Box office

Teen Titans Go! To the Movies has grossed $29.6 million in the United States and Canada, and $22.3 million in other territories, for a total worldwide gross of $51.9 million, against a production budget of $10 million.

In the United States and Canada, Teen Titans Go! To the Movies was released alongside Mission: Impossible – Fallout, and was initially projected to gross around $14 million from 3,188 theaters in its opening weekend, with a chance to go as high as $19 million. However, after making $4.6 million on its first day (including $1 million from Thursday night previews), estimates were lowered to $10 million, and it ended up debuting to $10.5 million, finishing 5th at the box office.

Critical response

On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 91% based on 110 reviews and an average rating of 7.1/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "Teen Titans Go! To the Movies distills the enduring appeal of its colorful characters into a charmingly light-hearted adventure whose wacky humor fuels its infectious fun -- and belies a surprising level of intelligence." On Metacritic, the film has a score of 69 out of 100 based on 25 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews". Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "B+" on an A+ to F scale.

Laura Prudom of IGN gave the film a score of 8.0/10, calling it a "gleefully unhinged deconstruction of superhero tropes that isn't afraid to take aim at the rest of DC's cinematic roster". Owen Glieberman of Variety said "Teen Titans GO! is fun in a defiantly super way, and that's a recommendation." Frank Scheck of The Hollywood Reporter wrote that "Considering the somberness that afflicts so many DC universe releases, the tongue-in-cheek, albeit admittedly juvenile humor of Teen Titans Go! To the Movies should come as a welcome relief to fans."

David Betancourt of The Washington Post opined, "Teen Titans Go! To the Movies is a laugh-a-minute ride that hits you with the jokes from the very first frame. From the cute shots at Marvel Studios to the self-deprecating tone on the state of DC movies, you’ll leave the theater with a new set of superhero abs from laughing so hard."

Brandon Katz of The New York Observer said that the film is "a fun parody of sorts that gently skewers our superhero obsessed culture, and while there may be one too many gags thrown in there which can get a bit tiresome after awhile, it's an enjoyable movie for both kids and adults." Brian Tallerico of RogerEbert.com rated the film 3/4 stars, saying "It's not a film designed to break ground or even offer too much social commentary on the role of superheroes in modern culture. It's built with the primary goal of making you laugh and forget your problems for just under 90 minutes, and it does exactly that."

GameSpot's Chris Hayner, while finding fault with what he deemed excessive toilet humor and some dragging in the film, said that "In a superhero movie landscape where the world is constantly being destroyed by massive CGI abominations, this is a refreshing change... it doesn't forget how funny and exciting these types of movies can be."

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominee Result
2019 46th Annie Awards Annie Award for Writing in a Feature Production Michael Jelenic and Aaron Horvath Nominated
2019 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Female Voice from an Animated Movie Kristen Bell Nominated
2019 Music City Film Critics Association Best Animated Film Teen Titans Go! To the Movies Nominated
2019 North Carolina Film Critics Association Best Animated Film Teen Titans Go! To the Movies Nominated

Trivia

  • This is the first ever feature film of the series.
  • This is the second animated Teen Titans movie to hit theaters after Teen Titans: The Movie (2012). 
  • Attendees at VidCon had the choice to see the movie before it hit theaters at an advance screening on June 22, 2018.
  • This film was preceded by Teen Titans: The Movie, which was released back in 2012.
  • The movie is Rated PG.
  • This is the fourth theatrical film with a wide release to be based on a Cartoon Network TV series, after "The Powerpuff Girls Movie" released 16 years prior, ''Star Wars: The Clone Wars'' released 10 years prior and ''The Lego Ninjago Movie" released a year before.
    • Although Teen Titans Go! and Ninjago are only aired by CN, and they’re made by Warner Bros.
    • The names of the movies coming “next summer” and “next next summer” are Car the Movie and Utility Belt: The Movie.
  • The movie's first official trailer was dropped on Wednesday, January 10, 2018.
  • The movie was released on DVD and Blu-Ray on October 30, 2018 in the United States.
  • Slade has been referenced and even made cameos throughout the Teen Titans Go! series. However, this movie marks his speaking debut.
    • With that being said, this might be because many people were adamant to get Slade to appear on Teen Titans Go! and were very disappointed by the outcome of "The Return of Slade".
  • Will Arnett is the voice of Slade. He is replacing Slade's original voice actor, Ron Perlman, for the role.  
  • This is the next theatrical 2D animated superhero movie in 25 years after Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (1993), if one doesn't count Batman: The Killing Joke (2016).
  • This marks as Warner Bros.' next 2D animated theatrical film. Warner Bros. had its original feature animation division, which produced 2D animated films.
  • This is Warner Bros.' sixth traditionally animated film to be released theatrically, after ''Clifford's Really Big Movie'' released 14 years prior.
  • This is Warner Animation Group's sixth traditionally animated film.
  • The film was animated by Copernicus Studios.
  • This is Warner Animation Group's first film to be produced at 1.85:1 and Warner Bros' first animated film to be produced at 1.85:1 since The Ant Bully (2006).
  • This is the first movie based on Teen Titans to have any previous theatrical animated films in the franchise.
  • The second Teen Titans series to get its own big screen feature film.
  • This is Warner Animation Group's second film to be based off already existing animated media after The Lego Ninjago Movie (2017).
  • This is Wonder Woman's, Superman's, Green Lantern's (or John Stewart's), and Batman's first speaking role in the Teen Titans Go! universe.
  • This is Warner Animation Group's fifth film to not release in either February or September, as well as the second to release in July, after The Animaniacs Movie (2016).
  • Warner Animation Group's 16th feature film.
  • The film is being released in July 2018, which marks the 15th anniversary of the original Teen Titans (2003) series.
  • When the teaser trailer was released, it received negative reviews by viewers (specifically by people who dislike the Teen Titans Go! series), having 13K dislikes and only 8.3K likes on Warner Bros. YouTube channel.
    • However, the final trailer was much more well-received by both fans and people who dislike the show, with 5.4K likes against 979 dislikes (as of May 1, 2018) on the Warner Bros. YouTube channel.
  • John Stewart's design in this film is slightly different then his design shown in the series (ep. "Real Boy Adventures"). In the series, he had a bit of facial hair, but in the movie, he is clean cut and appears to have a more muscular build along with having a slightly different suit then what he was seen wearing in the series.
  • In the second trailer, the song Thunder by Imagine Dragons plays in the background.
  • Batman is voiced by Jimmy Kimmel, marking his first ever speaking role in any Teen Titans Go! media.
  • This is the second theatrical Warner Bros. film to rely solely on Flash animation instead of hand-drawn animation, or CGI animation.
  • This is the very first film to use the 2011 Warner Bros. Pictures logo with the WarnerMedia byline after AT&T acquired and reincorporated Time Warner as WarnerMedia. This logo would later been seen on future films starting with Adventure Time: The Kingdom of Ooo.
  • Alfred apparently starred in his own movie which the Titans are excited about seeing.
    • Also Alfred's part in Teen Titans Go! to the Movies marks his first speaking role.
    • Afred's body appearance in his movie trailer differs from his appearance in episodes such as in "TV Knight 2" and "Mo' Money Mo' Problems", where he is slim and not muscular.
  • During the two part episode "Kabooms", viewers got special sneak peeks of the movie.
  • Issue #57, "Falling Stars", of the Teen Titans Go! comic series and the second part to the episode special, "Kabooms", is based on the movie's plot.
  • On July 13, 2018, the film got nominated for an Emmy Award for "Outstanding Short Form Animated Program".
  • Before the movie, a short film called "#TheLateBatsbybased on the upcoming series DC Super Hero Girls was played.
    • Additionally, "#TheLateBatsby" is also a reference to The Great Gatsby book/movie.
  • In spite of often treating one other (especially Robin) like dirt, the movie reveals that the Titans still see one another as surrogate family members when the four others showed Robin their full homemade movie for him to help him snap out of the manipulation of Slade.
  • Miss Martian and Superboy returned but they were redesigned.
  • The movie got Certified Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes at 90%.
  • The movie received positive reviews from critics, including haters.
  • This is Slade’s first speaking role in the Teen Titans Go! franchise.
  • The original Teen Titans made their fifth appearance in the Teen Titans Go! franchise.
  • The theatrical version used the "To be continued on Cartoon Network" text after the film's end credits and before the closing Warner Bros. logo. However, that text is removed from all home media releases, skipping right to the closing Warner Bros. logo, Due to Cartoon Network airing Tower Renovation.
  • The film made $51.9 million dollars at the Box Office on a $10 million dollar budget.

Continuity

  • Starfire's affection for cats is shown.
  • The episode "Waffles" is indirectly referenced when Slade asks if the Titans will annoy him with waffles and we see Beast Boy and Cyborg holding them before dropping them once Slade asks his question.
  • Alfred's "butler-styled" combat as shown in his movie trailer is a callback to the way he fought numerous Gotham villains in "Mo' Money Mo' Problems".
  • The Titans don't recognize Slade despite Robin mentioning him in "The Return of Slade" and referencing him several times in the series.
  • Robin's "baby hands", first revealed in the episode with the same name, are seen again.
  • Cyborg shooting meatballs is a callback to "Meatball Party".
  • The time machine which debuted in “Money Grandma” is being brought up again.
  • When Raven saves Beast Boy from falling, she shuts Beast Boy up after he thanks her, though she smiles lightly at him before throwing him onto the ground. Also, as Beast Boy was being kicked by a mind-controlled Robin, Raven was the first to show concern to him. These moments hint that both still have feelings for each other.
  • Some of the TTG crew from "The Self-Indulgent 200th Episode Spectacular!" appeared as cameos as citizens trying to flee from villains after the Titans erased every superhero and returned to the present, only to discover villains roaming around instead.
  • The craft service table has Wonder Woman themed yogurts. These may be referencing Wonder Woman's probiotic yogurts from "Two Parter".
  • Raven tells Robin that to get their own movie and be seen as real superheroes,they would need an arch-nemesis. She gives him the same advice in "Starfire the Terrible", and even uses the term "crazed lunatic" to describe an arch-nemesis.

References

  • In the first trailer, the Titans (excluding Robin) were dressed up as Wonder Woman. The Wonder Woman costumes the Titans wore were based on Wonder Woman's costume from the 2017 live action version played by Gal Gadot.
    • Also, the Titans saying how much they love Wonder Woman and how she was what people wanted to see could be a reference to both how successful the live action solo Wonder Woman movie was, and how most other DC movies are not as well-received in comparison.
    • To add on, Jade Wilson is a movie director. With that being said, she could be a possible parody of Patty Jenkins; the woman who directed Wonder Woman.
  • There are several buildings in Jump City seen in the first trailer that references other characters and things in the DC universe:
    • There is a building named Ace Chemicals, which has the same name as the business organization that appears in the Batman comics.
    • There is a bakery called Sinestro LLS and Buns, which references a DC Supervillain.
    • There is a make up shop called Apokolips and Lashes with Darkseid on the logo.
    • A building named The Rorshack, which is a reference to the DC character Rorschach (Watchmen).
  • Unlike her usual classic costume in the series, Wonder Woman wears a costume similar to the design the Titans were seen wearing in the trailer, which is the design Wonder Woman wore in the 2017 live action Wonder Woman film.
  • The third teaser poster to the film parodies a teaser poster for Justice League (2017 film).
  • The Titans mistake Slade as Deadpool (Wade Wilson), who is a Marvel Comics character. This is probably a reference to the fact that Deadpool was created as a parody of Slade, which is further evidenced when Slade says he was "created first."
    • Alternatively, this could be a joke among fans who share the same belief that Slade and Deadpool are related due to both of them having the same last name.
  • In one of the trailers, the Titans are shown at a movie theater watching a preview of an "upcoming" Batman movie. The artstyle used for the Batman portion of the preview was based on the animation from Batman: The Animated Series.
  • When the Titans fought Balloon Man, he thought they were the Justice League.
  • In one of the sneak peeks premiered on Cartoon Network, the song Take On Me by A-ha is heard in the background when the Titans are driving the Time-Cycles.
    • The Time-Cycles scene references the classic 1985 time-travel movie Back to the Future. This makes "Take On Me", which was popular in 1985, a good choice for that scene.
  • One of the posters is a parody of Scary Movie.
  • When Starfire saw the Warner Brothers Water Tower, she mentioned Animaniacs, which is another animated series also made by Warner Brothers studios.
  • Robin's dream sequence is a spoof of the Disney movie, The Lion King.
  • In a mid-credits scene, the Teen Titans from the 2003 series show up on a distorted screen telling the viewers that they "found a way back." This has led many to believe the original Teen Titans is coming back for Season 6.
  • During the time travel montage, the Titans prevent four turtles from the animated series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, from going into the sewers so they could be mutated.
  • Six things from the Marvel Universe, a rivalling company of the DC Universe, are referenced:
    • Right after the DC opening credits, a seagull was flipping through pages of a 1960s Teen Titans comic book, it is a parody/reference of the old Marvel logo.
    • When the Titans fought Balloon Man, he thought they were the Guardians of the Galaxy, which is a reference to the superhero team in the Marvel Universe.
    • A movie logo Robin in Space Ver. 6 is a reference to the Marvel movie Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
    • The Teen Titans mistook Slade with Deadpool twice.
    • Stan Lee, the co-creator of the Marvel Universe, made a cameo in the movie, the latter's cameo refers to how he has long done cameos in Marvel films.
    • After the Titans eat up the catered food on the Batman v. Superman 2 set, the cast decides to see what's on the Spider-Man set.
  • Durning the song GO!, Beast Boy transforms into Animal from the Muppets franchise.
  • Cyborg, imitating Lois Lane, says that he is being threatened by Gene Hackman's real estate scheme. He's referring to the 1978 Superman film. Gene Hackman's Lex Luthor, planned to use nuclear missiles to set off earthquakes in California that will sink it, leaving his land holdings in the desert the new West Coast beach-side property. 
  • In his final battle against the Teen Titans, the Mecha which Slade pilots bears a striking resemblance to Megatron, a chatacter from the Transformers franchise. 
  • The scene where Slade does magic tricks is similar to the scene with the Joker in The Dark Knight in particular the use of a pencil as a prop. 
  • A movie poster Batman v Joker: Yawn of Justice is a reference to the 2016 DCEU movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
  • A movie poster of Catwoman, a character from the DC Universe, was shown.
  • Green Lantern mentioned how there is a Green Lantern movie, he later said he did not want to talk about it. This is a reference to the 2011 Green Lantern movie.

Errors

  • If the Titans were traveling back in time to keep the superheroes from becoming superheroes, Robin, who is a sidekick of Batman's, would not have existed. At the very least, though his parents could have still been killed, Batman would have never recruited him and he would have been likely sent to an orphanage. And by doing so, Robin would have never reunited the Titans (as mentioned in the film), and the Teen Titans would have never been formed.
  • Furthermore, The Joker and Harley Quinn are present in alternate timelines, but the former's origins state that if not for Batman, the Joker would have been shot dead by a cop at Ace Chemicals, so he would never become a villain. Additionally, if the Joker never became the Joker, he would have never been committed to Arkham Asylum and Harley Quinn would have never fallen in love with him and become a villainess.
  • All the Titans seek having a film with Robin, including Cyborg. And Jade says she has no interest making a movie about any of the Titans, including Cyborg. This shouldn't be, as not only does Cyborg appear in the 2017 film "Justice League", he also has his own film slated for a 2020 release date.

Running Gags

  • Characters saying "Slade" dramatically.
  • Characters breaking the fourth wall.
  • The Atom getting squished.
  • Raven mentioning that she can summon a portal.
  • The Titans making fun of Robin's baby hands.
  • Robin wishing he was in a movie.
  • The Challengers of the Unknown floating in an empty void.
  • Slade using mind-manipulation on the Titans.

Credits

Main article: Teen Titans Go! To the Movies/Credits

External links

  • Official website
  • Teen Titans Go! To the Movies on IMDb
  • Teen Titans Go! To the Movies at AllMovie
  • Teen Titans Go! To the Movies at Rotten Tomatoes
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