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Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo

Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo
Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo
Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo
  • UR
  • 1h 15m
  • 2007
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Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Raven and Beast Boy are back to save the world in their very first film, Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo. This time, the Teen Titans battle a mysterious and menacing Japanese criminal known as Brushogun, who has sent a high-tech ninja to attack the young heroes. The battle has only begun for the crime fighting five, who pack their bags and take off for Tokyo to take on their newest menace. Yet, the City That Never Blinks might be too much for the teens -- and the mystery of Brushogun too difficult to solve.
© 2006 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.TEEN TITANS and all related characters and elements are trademarks of and © DC Comics.

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Common Sense Says
DC superhero cartoon sequel has violence, positive messages.

What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo is an extended episode and conclusion to the original animated DC Comics action-adventure series. Set in Japan, there is lots of cartoon violence, but also plenty of positive messages. The Teen Titans -- led by Batman's sidekick, Robin (voiced by Scott Menville) -- work hard and show bravery. Some are hard-headed and driven to a fault, but they all eventually realize the error of their ways and bond together to help the group. There is strong diversity across the group and cast, with multiple nationalities, genders, and races represented. The Japanese setting also enables the characters to advocate being polite and sensitive to foreign customs, despite some culture clashes, which are played for comic effect. Violence is frequent but not graphic, even when characters have holes blown in them and lose limbs. Fights include punching, kicking, and the use of weapons, which also causes extensive property damage. Some adolescent crushing with one character referring to another as "hot girl." The Teen Titans shop, play arcade games, and take advantage of an "all you can eat" buffet. As part of the DC Universe, various tie-in merchandise is also available.

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Additional Info

  • Genre:Action, Comedy
  • Release Date:February 6, 2007
  • Languages:English
  • Captions:English
  • Audio Format:
    Stereo
  • Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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