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Teen Titans Go! to the Movies

Teen Titans Go! to the Movies
Teen Titans Go! to the Movies

Year

2018

Duration

88 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Nowadays, every superhero worth his or her salt is starring in their own movie. Except for the Teen Titans that is. Their de facto leader Robin is determined to not only change that, but also step out of the shadow of a certain caped crusader and be seen as a star, instead of a sidekick. To put their plan into action, the Titans need to grab the attention of the biggest film director in Hollywood, so head to Tinseltown to fulfil their dreams. Unfortunately, their plans go awry when a seriously evil super villain plotting to take over the Earth gets in the way, testing the strength and friendship of the Teen Titans to the limit.

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PG Classification

Mild violence, threat, rude humour.

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