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! To the Movies is a well done if not kind of pointless adaptation of a series that’s still on the air. Even so, the in-jokes is what carried it for me more so than the humor, voice acting or the animation itself, which I’ve never been a big fan of.
A Very Merry Toy Store and Four Christmases and a Wedding is your standard holiday fare that one would see on the Hallmark Channel and given its successes, guess it’s no surprise to see Lifetime get in the act, steering away from the soap opera-like thrillers.
Batman Ninja was certainly an interesting idea and the anime was generally great to look at, but inserting Batman and company into that world never quite worked and the finale was a bit too gonzo for my taste.
Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay is another first-rate entry into DC’s Animated features line with a story that is on the thinner side, but worth watching if only for the colorful array of characters and full embracing of the R-rating with some great bloody violence.
The “Robot Chicken: DC Comics Special” is just as funny as the show itself and for fan of DC Comics, it’s a hoot to watch. While not all the jokes land, the majority do and alongside some decent talent lending their voices, even if a few are unrecognizable (like Alfred Molina).