Teen Titans: The Judas Contract

2017

Action / Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Drama / Fantasy / Sci-Fi

95
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 79%
IMDb Rating 7 10 5160

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Christina Ricci as Tara Markov / Terra
Taissa Farmiga as Raven
Kevin Smith as Kevin Smith
Jake T. Austin as Blue Beetle
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1hr 24 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Nick Byford 8 / 10

Much better than expected

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.

Reviewed by DuskShadow 5 / 10

Eh its an alright continuation

So like most people whom watched the original Teen Titans series on cartoon network back in the day, most of the things in these movies are pretty self explanatory and un original. They mostly follow the exact story of the old show, and no doubt the even older comics. For newer viewers, its a nice introduction to the lore, but for me, its like a rerun.

Since the newer rendition of Young Justice league, as well as the previous Dc movies of the last few years, including the prequel to Judas contract: Justice LEague vs Teen Titans, I have been a fan of the more mature look of the franchise.

No long relying upon a poor American take on anime, the characters seem more realistic, as does the depth of the lighting and coloring of the shows settings and locales.

Alas, this is where most things good end. The films are becoming too predictable and basic. They rely upon a very immature set of situations at times, and the most mundane voice acting more than half the time. In essence, this would have been more lucrative as part of an actual TV show, as a mere film once or twice a year is too likely to be a disappointment. I am also saddened by the fact that two of the original roster are older ( Robin, Now Nightwing, and Kori aka Starfire) but Cyborg is now a part of the actual justice League A team roster ( good for him, though). But beast boy and Raven have been left behind, diminished in years in the new jr Titans. I would have really liked to see a grown Raven and Beastboy, as its been decades since they were adults in the comics, but I suppose somehow the angsty dark girl with magic, and the silly boy that can turn into animals are just integral parts of what sell the franchise to kids.

Still its nice to see a familiar part of DC continuing into the new age. 5/10

Reviewed by adonis98-743-186503 7 / 10

Not a bad film but it could have been better..

Tara Markov is a girl who has power over earth and stone; she is also more than she seems. Is the newest Teen Titan an ally or a threat? And what are the mercenary Deathstroke's plans for the Titans? Teen Titans: The Judas Contract is the latest DC Animated Film and features the voices of Stuart Allan, Jake T. Austin, Taissa Farmiga, Miguel Ferrer and Christina Ricci. Each time that a new DC Animated Movie gets released i have some sorts of big expectations and this was one of them i understand that you can't put Batman, Superman or Wonder Woman in everything and it makes sense because DC has a lot of great heroes and Teen Titans are one of them unfortunately their latest film isn't as great as i was hoping it would be. First of all i liked Tara as a character but her motivations were lacking i understand why she did what she did with the Titans but she looked like a smart girl couldn't she understand betrayal and love? Just saying plus her scene where she is trying to seduce a certain much older character was kinda creepy to be honest with you. The whole story with this Cult and their leader that wants the Titans Power was super cheesy and kinda flat to begin with and it went nowhere at times. The animation of course is pretty good and they used Damian really well this time around, the Blue Beetle story that gets only a little bit of focus threw out the entire film was also pretty interesting as of course the chemistry between Nightwing and Starfire plus Beast Boy was really great in both the dramatic scenes and the comedic scenes. If you're looking for some good action and humor you are getting your money's worth but if you're looking for a great completed story and villains you will be disappointed. (7.5/10)

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