Mary Poppins Returns
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This is every bit the Titans' movie, and it's with these youngsters that the energy and camaraderie of the film really comes through.
More content cramming the Titans into the established formula resulting in an uninspired adventure that does little justice to one of the Titans' most iconic stories.
With a cast that includes Jon Bernthal, Taissa Farmiga, Rosario Dawson, and Jerry O'Connell, it at least warrants a watch.
If you want to see DC superheroes taking each other on, this is a far more entertaining option than Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Just like Batman Vs Robin the title is abit misleading as they only have a short battle then team up to fight a bigger threat, The plot focused more on Raven than anyone else and it killed the films pace allot, The animations were good and it had some ok action scenes but nothing really stands out as memorable, It's ok but there are much better animated DC films.
Better than this year's other Damien Wayne film, Bad Blood, but certainly not what I'd call "good" either. The violence is initially somewhat cathartic, in a Dragonball Z kind of way, but that wears thin quickly and the incredibly unusual decision making takes hold. There are a handful of concepts explored in Justice League VS Teen Titans that felt like they could have been quite interesting if they were dealt with in a longer, more personal format, like a television show. Instead because we're pressed for time in this animated feature, we have to montage through all that in some truly bizarre ways.
The "versing" is also, unsurprisingly, pretty bullshit.
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