Teen Titans: The Judas Contract Reviews
It not only lived up to the spirit of the original story, it wasn't afraid to be screwed up [unlike the Titans cartoon series].
Overall, if you are a DC fan, watch it once every ten years, but other than that, SKIP.
The story takes a good 30 minutes before it gets going and another 30 before anything really happens. The animation is decent, better than usual for a DC animated film but it does shine in the voices department. It features one of the last works by the late Miguel Ferrer as Deathstroke who is spot on.
I think I'm going to go pick up the comics and get the better, richer story that I'm sure this was based upon.