This animated film is extremely well done and continues in the same universe as 'Son of Batman' & 'Justice League vs Teen Titans.' Not for all ages cartoon, due to cursing and violence. 'Teen Titans: The Judas Contract' is an adapted version on the 1984 comic of the same name, with a few tweaks to the story that fit with the characters & current Teen Titans team. The same theme was repeated on the very popular Teen Titans cartoon. It felt wildly inappropriate to have a teenager, Terra, wanting to date a 50 year old man, Deathstroke; I just felt weirded out with every scene. It would have been nice to see Terra turn around & attack Slade motivated by her own moral compass, saving the Titans at the last moment, instead of out of revenge (still not caring for the Titans). She could have at least made them a tunnel out of the chaos to the surface. I feel Starfire was, again, over sexualized & it is a bit odd, that the leader of the Titans does not live in the Tower. It was great to see Bumble Bee & exciting to see that Wondergirl, Donna Troy, will join the Titans in future DC animated movies (spoilers). OVERALL,it was a great film & u should WATCH IT, just wish Terra's story was better
139 people found this review helpful
Both myself and daughter loved the first one (Teen Titans vs The Justice League) Especially my 13 old daughter, so she was very excited when she heard there would be another Teen Titans movie coming out. She definitely wasn't disappointed. She loved this one just as much as the first and really hopes there will be a 3rd installment of Teen Titans as well as myself. The only thing I would caution on this and first Teen Titans is that its definitely not for children. Definitely PG13 and if still unsure about letting your kids view this movie then I recommend watching it beforehand.
21 people found this review helpful
DC used to make the best comic book animated movies. But since they moved to the new 52, they've been utter garbage. I don't blame the new universe, that's just coincidence. Somewhere during that changeover, some key people must have left the company or something, because the quality just isn't there anymore.