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Teen Titans: The Judas Contract (2017)

Teen Titans: The Judas Contract (2017)

Stuart AllanJake T. AustinTaissa FarmigaSean Maher
Sam Liu


Teen Titans: The Judas Contract (2017) is a English,French,Spanish movie. Sam Liu has directed this movie. Stuart Allan,Jake T. Austin,Taissa Farmiga,Sean Maher are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Teen Titans: The Judas Contract (2017) is considered one of the best Animation,Action,Adventure,Drama,Family,Fantasy,Sci-Fi movie in India and around the world.

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.


Teen Titans: The Judas Contract (2017) Reviews

  • One of the best Teen Titans movie!


    Well, watching it in 2018, this movie is seriously action packed, gripping, thrilling and also imparts a bit of an emotional connect which makes it even more spectacular. The graphic action stands out--- just impeccable! The storyline's concise and on point. They've definitely gone deep into every character this time. Nightwing's role in this movie proves why he's Nightwing, and why he deserves to be the best protégé's of Batman. Damian too, on the other hand, is growing up to be one of the best in the business. Though I was disappointed I didn't see much of Starfire in action, her personal life was given more screen time this time, which in my opinion, is not that bad. The post credit scene makes me excited for the next Teen Titans movie, if it's in the making. Though I haven't watched the TV show completely, the movies have definitely made me a huge fan of Teen Titans/Titans.

  • 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.

  • An awesome addition to DC featuring the Titans!


    This was a movie I was skeptical about. I was not a fan of Justice League vs Teen Titans, but I did like the Titans. After sitting down and watching it on my day off, all I can say is that I'm very pleased and geeking out with excitement about this movie. This movie is just flat out great. The voices are fantastic, the story is simple and awesome, and the characters and their chemistry is amazing. It was fun, emotional, coherent, and carries itself in a manner many question DC on. It's shocking and astonishing how WB/DC has been able to hit it out of the park with their Animated Properties. Justice League Dark and the character's chemistry was amazing, the Justice League films are also very good, and now this movie just add's so much to the lore and mythology of the DC lore. One of the things that worked out pretty well in the film was Deathstroke. I love this guy and he's amazing whenever he's on screen. His story with one of the main heroes was eh (ish), but he still worked. And I can definitely say I'm excited for the live- action version of the character. I adore Nightwing & Starfire's relationship. This movie has a lot of it and it's handled extremely well. It's always alienated by comic writers and those high up in DC for whatever reason, and have this illusion that Nightwing is destined to be with Oracle. I personally think it should be the other way around, and this movie just illustrates that point. I cant wait for more Teen Titans in whatever platform they bring it in. 9/10 from me on this movie. I can't wait to pick up the blu-ray and watch it again!

  • Mature beyond its years and earth-shaterringly good


    Among the collection of young heroes and their mentors, what really shines in Judas Contract is the villainous Deathstroke. More than just physical threat, he's brimming with delightfully despicable glow thanks to the writing and impeccable voice acting. New rendition of Terra also shows wide range of character spectrum, not many animations deliver a thin line between tragic heroine and crude villain this provocatively. The early tone serves as reintroduction for the Titans, then slowly moves towards Terra and her questionable loyalty. Most of the portion goes to Starfire and Nightwing's romantic subplot. They have good chemistry and occasional kinky humor, mostly on Nightwing's expense. Starfire has attractive attribute which she is fully aware of, yet not overly displayed like in few comic interpretations. There's also a hint of her gullible self, a nice nod to the more juvenile side. Some of the Titans are given more development, especially Beast Boy and Blue Beetle. These are mainly your typical self-acceptance routine, but still a kind exposure for the characters. Beast Boy's pun can be either amusing or rather cringe-worthy at times, a tad more than intended. Raven doesn't get the same amount of spotlight compared to the prequel, but I'm still amazed on how well the voice of Taissa Farmiga fits the character. The main spotlight goes to new girl Terra, who is equally sympathetic and detestable. Her story is devastating enough yet her action is just short of being worthy of donning hero's cape. She and Deathstroke feed off each other malice, there's even one scene where it's made clear that she has romantic attraction to the much older mentor, inappropriately so. It's even more eerie considering that Terra look so very uncomfortably young. Miguel Ferrer as Deathstroke is simply amazing. The antagonist spews bile insults to any heroes he met in such authoritative nearly calming voice. Judas Contract shows a lot of relationships and family oriented ties, yet it's the dysfunctional one that really rises above them. Sinister it may be, not every good will can mend broken bond and sometimes a scornful betrayal is a more humane way to bring the best of superheroes.

  • Great movie. Not disappointed.


    This movie has everything a Teen Titans fan can hope for. The action scenes were awesome. The slight humour was well expected, at least from a Teen Titans movie, and it delivered. The animation just flows, typical D.C. The story was okay, but not very good. Still worth a watch. All we need now is a live action Teen Titans movie.


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