Led by Starfire, the Teen Titans - Beast Boy, Raven, Blue Beetle, Robin and the just-returned Nightwing - have built a cohesive team in their never-ending battle against evil but their ...
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Robin is sent to work with the Teen Titans after his volatile behavior botches up a Justice League mission. The Titans must then step up to face Trigon after he possesses the League and threatens to conquer the world.
Beings with supernatural powers join together to fight against supernatural villains. This team of supernatural beings include John Constantine, Zatanna and Jason Blood also known as the demon Etrigan.
In an alternate universe, very different versions of DC's Trinity (Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman), who operate outside of the law, are framed for murders of prominent scientist and the government decides to take them out.
Michael C. Hall,
Led by Starfire, the Teen Titans - Beast Boy, Raven, Blue Beetle, Robin and the just-returned Nightwing - have built a cohesive team in their never-ending battle against evil but their newest teammate, the mysterious, and powerful, Terra, may be altering that dynamic. Meanwhile, an ancient evil - Brother Blood - has awakened, and familiar foe Deathstroke is lurking in the shadows, both waiting to pounce. Ultimately, the Teen Titans will need to battle their enemies and their own internal doubts to come together and overcome the malicious forces around them in this twisting tale of intrigue, adventure and deception.
The world premiere of Teen Titans: The Judas Contract was announced for Friday, March 31, 2017 to be screened at WonderCon Anaheim in the Arena of the Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, California. See more »
As Terra is confronting Slade about betraying her, he takes off his mask. In the next shot, in which the perspective is from behind him, he's got his mask back on. In the next, it's off again. See more »
We used to watch the Teen Titan series and enjoyed that immensely, however, seeing the latest series, it's not only lost its grit, it's become too stupid for kids in my opinion.
This movie however, turns that on its head. The story is pretty normal for the genre, but instead of being written for the prepubescent demographic that many of the X-Men style movies have recently, this is for adults who enjoy animated fare - me especially.
Don't expect either the original cartoon voices though, or for the characters to even have the same names as they did in the series, but do be ready for real action. I mean graphic action; the kind that has not been so sanitised as to make the writers of the original graphic novels shudder and wish they'd never agreed to let their material be abused in such a way.
I scored it 8/10 because it wasn't perfect, but it did make me glad that that I watched it and I would recommend it to any others who want a moving picture portrayal of some brilliant graphic novel material.
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