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Teen Titans Go vs. Teen Titans is a fun family-friendly animated comedy that has enough for fans of all ages, though many of the humor is still oriented more towards a younger audience, yet I still had a blast with this.



Teen Titans Go! vs Teen Titans

Genre(s): Comedy, Mystery
Warner Bros. | G – 75 min. – $19.99 | May 22, 2018

Date Published: 05/27/2018 | Author: The Movieman

Directed by: Suzi Yoonessi
Writer(s): Kyle Mack & Caitlin Meares (written by)
Cast: Sarah Jeffery, Sarah Gilman, Vanessa Marano

Features: Featurettes, Gag Reel
Digital Copy: Yes
Formats Included: Blu-ray, DVD
Number of Discs: 2

Audio: English (DTS-HD MA 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital 5.1)
Video: 1080p/Widescreen 1.78
Subtitles: English SDH, Spanish
Disc Size: NA
Codecs: MPEG-4 AVC
Region(s): A, B, C

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided me with a free copy of the Blu-ray I reviewed in this Blog Post.
The opinions I share are my own.

THE MOVIE — 3.75/5

Plot Synopsis: It’s a double-trouble alrt whgen an average crime-fighting in Jump City goes haywire, Robin (SCOTT MENVILLE), Cyborg (KHARY PAYTON) and the rest of the Teen Titans Go members — Beast Boy (GREG CIPES), Raven (TARA STRONG) and Starfire (HYNDEN WALCH) — are kidnapped and find themselves unwilling combatants in an otherworldly face-off hosted by the maniacal manipulator the Master of Games (RHYS DARBY)! The Tournament of Titans pits the members of Teen Titans Go against none other than their much taller selves, the Teen Titans. But not is all is it seems and soon the two groups must work together in order to stop the demonic, and Raven’s father, Trigon (KEVIN MICHAEL RICHARDSON), from taking over the universe.

Quick Hit Review: Teen Titans Go! has never been a show I was big into, mostly as the style of humor, if not also the animation itself, isn’t exactly my thing, though since each episode is only 15 minutes, it does make for a breezy time waster. With its popularity, the show would get the feature film treatment with Teen Titans Go to the Movies which I found to a fun little flick, but again, the comedy itself was more aimed at younger viewers, though there were some neat in-jokes for the DC fan…

Well, the post-credit (or was it mid?) scene promised the return of the 2003, older fan favorite, Teen Titans with a more, in my opinion, streamlined designed and more serious type of content (PG rated level anyway). Now, I wasn’t an avid viewer of this series either, but from what I have seen, it was more to my liking. With that, we get Teen Titans Go! vs. Teen Titans, a enjoyable little romp of a film with in-jokes aplenty and appearances of a variety of other Teen Titans, including the PG13 darker versions which I did immensely love.

Of course, this doesn’t have the strongest plot and the character development is a bit weak, but for a movie that, even with the “classic” Teen Titans being featured, is still aimed towards the younger viewership. Even so, this was an all-out entertaining film that actually had me smiling for nearly the entire running time. Well worth at the very least a rental.



This release comes with a matted slip cover and redemption code for the Digital HD copy. The features aren’t exactly plentiful but there is Teen Titans Go: Top of the Titans (32:24) which includes: The Raddest Songs, Titans Dance Party and Best Rivals featurettes to go along with two Sing-Alongs (“Worlogog” and “We Are Teen Titans) and 9 Bonus Cartoons for both Teen Titans Go! (‘Legendary Sandwich’, ‘Mr. Butt’, ‘Cat’s Fancy’, ‘Shrimps and Prime Rib’, ‘The Scoop’, ‘Chicken in the Cradle’) and Teen Titans.(‘Final Exam’, ‘How Long is Forever?’, ‘Deception’).


VIDEO – 4.0/5

Warner Brothers releases Teen Titans Go vs. Teen Titans onto Blu-ray presented with a 1.78 widescreen aspect ratio and a 1080p high-definition. Obviously the biggest draw for this release are the bright colors which do appear vibrant while the black levels are pretty stark with no signs of artifacts or aliasing. There was some banding present but otherwise this is a fine looking transfer.

AUDIO – 3.75/5

The included DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 track is serviceable enough, dialogue comes through with good clarity however the depth is a bit limited particularly during the action-centric scenes where even something like an explosion doesn’t have much of an impact.


OVERALL – 3.5/5

Teen Titans Go vs. Teen Titans is a fun family-friendly animated comedy that has enough for fans of all ages, though many of the humor is still oriented more towards a younger audience, yet I still had a blast with this and actually found it more enjoyable than the theatrically released Teen Titans Go to the Movies.


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