Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo

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When Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Raven, and Beast Boy pursue the evil Brushogun all the way to the Land of the Rising Sun, the stage is set for a confrontation of epic proportions in this animated adventure that presents everyone's favorite superheroes with an exciting new anime look. Robin has been thrown in jail and it looks as if Brushogun has finally gotten the upper hand on the heroic crime-fighters, but perhaps with a little teamwork the Teen Titans will be able to make the streets of Tokyo safe for the peace-loving population once again.

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Greg Cipes
as Beast Boy
Hynden Walch
as Starfire
Yuri Lowenthal
as Scarface/Japanese Biker

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  • Jun 27, 2017
    Very different to most of DC's animated films, Its target is the younger audience as it's very light hearted or silly (Take your pick) The action does start straight away and hardly slows down to let us get to grips with the plot and the characters, So if you didn't watch the TV show you may be stuck on who all the team is, It's very Japanese style animation which I never enjoyed but my kids seem to like it but I prefer the much darker DC to this.
    Jamie C Super Reviewer
  • Sep 15, 2008
    To tell you the truth the series was a lot more fun but they still deliver and I can't get mad with one of my favorites cartoons. and still the action and movie ended up very well and robin sequences were awesome!! Plus starfire and Robin Kissed for Real!! what more can be asked everyone else was great too!! The Titans are back, and this time they're headed to Tokyo on the trail of a villain called Brushogun. *Beast Boy- VACATION WHOOO! Robin- WE'RE NOT ON VACATION! Heroes don't take vacations, you nOOb!* But after discovering that Brushogun turns out to be a myth it turns into a vacation anyway. Beast Boy runs off after a cute Japanese school girl, Cyborg goes to the All-You-Can-Eat buffet, Raven wanders off to find something to read, and Robin and Starfire go off and do stuff. Alls well until they're attacked by Brushogun's henchmen (each resembling a character from another show, like Kaonashi from Spirited Away and AstroBoy) and Robin ends up in jail! *gasp* Well that's what he gets for going overboard. Anyway, so now he's a fugitive and he has to steal this guy's clothes for a disguise and off he goes to seek out information about Brushogun. After a very exciting motorcycle chase, a close shave with the Tokyo Troopers, and a romantic moment with Starfire, Robin meets up with his friends to track down Brushogun and take him out! I was overjoyed that this movie finally answered the number one question that I wanted it to: "Will Starfire and Robin ever get together?" The answer: WATCH THE MOVIE AND SEE! :) Apart from that, the music score was awesome and I loved the beginning credits when they're packing and when they're flying to Tokyo (Aqualad appears briefly! ^-^) Some fans may not appreciate it because of some of the weaker aspects, but if you overlook those you've got a great movie. I laughed through most of it, especially at the parts where the characters turn chibi :) Packed with action, adventure, humor, and romance all set in the beautiful and colorful city of Tokyo, Japan, this movie is almost certain to please any die-hard Teen Titans fan. America's coolest heroes Teen Titans head to Japan as they spring into action when a new threat, the dichromatic ninja Saico-Tek, appears in their city. A chase across the city ensues, ending at Titans Tower. Saico-Tek is interrogated by Robin with the aid of a translation program, and reveals the identity of the one who sent him. The ninja then escapes his bonds and vanishes after destroying a fire sprinkler, and the Titans' only lead is to search for his mysterious master - the shadowy figure known as Brushogun. When a high-tech ninja attacks Titans Tower, Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Raven and Beast Boy spring into action. Robin finds out that the ninja was sent by a mysterious and menacing Japanese criminal known as Brushogun, and the Teen Titans travel to Tokyo to track the villain down.
    Sergio E Super Reviewer
  • Jan 29, 2007
    a consistently solid tv show with a decent movie. being a fan of japanese culture, this was a great place to position the plot.
    danny d Super Reviewer

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