Justice League vs Teen Titans [Blu-ray/DVD] [2 Discs] [2016]

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Overview

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
97% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1009 out of 1051)

Special Features


  • Exclusively on Blu-Ray:
  • From the DC Comics vault-2 bonus cartoons
  • Growing up titan featurette
  • Heroes and villains: Raven featurette
  • Heroes and villains: Trigon featurette
  • Plus: a sneak peek at DC Universe's next animated movie: Batman: The Killing Joke

Synopsis


Justice League vs. Teen Titans
In this DC Universe original film, Robin botches a Justice League mission and is sent to work with the Teen Titans, who must do battle with Trigon after he threatens to take over the Justice League for world domination. ~ Jennifer Lackman, Rovi

Cast & Crew


  • Jon Bernthal
    Jon Bernthal
  • Taissa Farmiga
    Taissa Farmiga
  • Jason O'Mara
    Jason O'Mara



Customer rating

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97%
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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Not The Teen Titans You Remember

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    OB1Knobby
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    I wasn't a big fan of the Teen Titans cartoon. I liked it for the most part, but it had too many annoying anime tropes that pulled me out of it. Otherwise I thought it was well written and definitely had some fun times. This movie is a little different. The team dynamics aren't like they were before. I'll try to do this as spoil free as I can. So it seems like they took the characters and made them a little older than they were in the TV series. Which kinda works. Robin grew up and became Nightwing. Starfire is now in her late teens/early twenties and in charge of the team. Beast Boy and Raven are in their mid-teens. So the story basically starts with the new Robin(Damien Wayne) joining the team reluctantly. They don't want him, he doesn't want to be there. You can kinda see where I'm going. Even though I didn't see many TV episodes, I did see enough to have a feel and expectation. So it's a little weird with Starfire being a little more culturally aware than she was. I actually liked her being the rube that just didn't understand human ways. Also, in the New 52 universe Cyborg was never on the Teen Titans. It's not bad, just takes some getting used to. I feel I should mention at this point that the Justice League isn't really in this that much. They are integral to the story and there is a point that we see Justice League Vs Teen Titans. But this is mostly a Teen Titans movie. The story focuses mostly on Robin and Raven. It's pretty much good for all ages. Older fans might not like the new team setup. And at times it gets a little dark with hades and possession story points. I'm not going to tell you what movies your kids should watch. When I was a boy I think my family would have let me watch this. But I know people now that might not let their kids watch this. You know your child better than me.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    DC Animated Movies Never Disappoint!

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    TheBane
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    DC Comics may not make good live action movies, but their animated movies are always very close to their comic source. The added benefit of this collection is you get a graphic novel which allows you to see how true to the characters the animated team stayed, and you get a nice collectable figurine, which you can display pretty much anywhere. The movie itself does a great job of bringing the Titans together and showing how difficult it is for the young "sidekicks" to truly learn how to function as a team, but also put aside their egos and discover how far they are willing to go, to be the heroes they believe themselves to be. The movie also shows how the Justice League sometimes overlooks their sidekicks, and leave them behind because they don't think their sidekicks are willing to go to the depths that they themselves go. When the Justice League face a challenge that they don't yet understand and become compromised, it's up to the Titans to band together and battle this new threat, as well as the Justice League, in order to free them. The character building in this movie is by far the best parts, but there are also some good action sequences and some great banter between the characters. This is definitely a good pick up, and is appropriate for all ages.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Pretty good action and story.

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    rdj252
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    I really hate Damien Wayne. Stupid character and a horrible addition to the Batman family. He's an arrogant jerk and needs a good Todding. I've enjoyed most of the recent Batman animated movies, but not this character. I stopped reading comics a while back and haven't missed anything with characters like him being added. That being said, this movie isn't half bad. I was never a fan of the Teen Titans, but they're not bad here and this makes for a pretty good meshing of the two title teams. Still, the whole 52 universe is just meh. I don't like all the redone things, but since that's where we are I take these new movies for what they are and this one is entertaining. I think it really pushes the PG-13 rating if you're thinking of letting kids watch it, however. DC is still trying to go all adult and dark with their stuff which can be fine, but did we really need another animated love scene (wow the censors are strict here) to tell a story? It wasn't necessary even if Raven is a spawn of the devil. Anyhow, the action is good and it is an entertaining film. Maybe the next one will be better and start heading back into the greatness DC animated films used to have.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good Jump off point, BUT

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    SkinnyLarryMovieLegend
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    I have been a fan of the DC animated entertainment universe probably since 2005 and this was a great introduction to a new cast of characters for the most part. it bridged A gap of some sorts between the young justice cartoon network series to the animated features while also skewing things slightly to the original new teen titans comic series. One of my major complaints with this particular DC animated feature is the addition of new voices for some returning characters which does throw off continuity for those who watch many of the animated features however I did wait a while and picked up the special addition that included the figurine plus the digital copy at a $13 price tag so with those two things in mind it is a solid four stars from product features, to product, to end results; and stick through to the end of the credits as it sets up the brand-new teen titans movie releasing in April at Best Buy, or pre-order NOW at bestbuy.com! PARENTS: I would keep this 8yr old plus. Happy Viewing-SL

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Another Awsome Damion Wayne Feature

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    ITJim
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    I really liked this movie. I have heard that fans of the comics didn't like Damion much. I haven't read many of the New 52 comics but I have enjoyed the Batman/Damion Wayne movies that have been released over the last few years. Damion is still a loose canon, super ninja, cocky young boy who isn't afraid of taking on the devil himself. The team up with the Teen Titans was a little odd at first but it setup some nice situations that I had seen him in before. He was forced to socialize with people his own age who also had abilities that you don't normally find in this age group. I think the focus on someone more screwed up than Damion, Raven, was genius. The way they setup the Justice League vs the Teen Titans was really good as well. If you've enjoyed the movies that came before then you'll like this movie. As long as DC keeps producing these movies I'll keep enjoying them.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Misleading title but great film nonetheless

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    digipauk
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    The next chapter in the Damian Wayne story, Justice League Vs Teen Titans is a pretty good movie. Unfortunately the film's title is a little misleading as the fight between the two teams only last about three minutes and is really my only gripe with the film. I understand from a marketing point of view as the Teen Titans don't have the same name recognition as the Justice League to the general audience but you could had still named it something else. The film actually centers around Raven's lineage and Damian Wayne reluctantly joining the Titans. Justice League members are in the movie but are reduce to secondary characters to the primary story. The gift set comes with a exclusive Damian Wayne action figure by Schleich that is really cool. I highly recommend The only @ Best Buy editions as it comes with an additional Teen Titans graphic novel.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great Story, but Less Action Than Expected

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    ReaL
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    ***Spoiler Alert***Read at your own risk***This movie introduces the Teen Titans to the DC Animated Universe based on the New 52 DC storyline. Despite the title, there are not as many action scenes involving the Justice League versus the Teen Titans as one might have expected. In fact, the summary mentions a showdown pitting the Justice League "against the likes of Beast Boy, Starfire, Blue Beetle and Nightwing," but Nightwing is not involved in the actual fighting (Robin is, of course--it could have been a typo). Still, the story itself is a good one, and the interactions between Damien Wayne (Robin) and the Teen Titans is interesting, even if ultimately predictable.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Not bad but not great

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    HBDad
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    My kids and I are DC fans! My kids love Teen Titans (NOT Teen Titans Go!) and Justice League so this seemed like a no-brainer. Fortunately this isn't the stupid Tenn a Titans Go incarnation but unfortunately it's not the original series either though it nods much more to the original than Go thankfully as the Titans are grown up with Raven being the leader of a new pack. The story is basically another Danien Wayne story where Bruce sends him to the Titans as a form of boot camp and of course he rebels until a big conflict comes along which is not too interesting. Really the Damien Wayne story is getting old as well. There's nothing wrong with this story but it lacks what makes the characters special.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend


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