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Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo

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Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo (DVD)

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.

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Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo is the first feature-length animated adventure for the popular superhero unit, and its producers pull no punches in delivering a stylish and crowd-pleasing story for the Titans' considerable fan base. Trouble takes the Titans--Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Raven, and Beast Boy--to the Land of the Rising Sun after the ninja Saico-Tek assaults Titans Tower. Once in Japan, the team discovers that a mysterious figure known as Brushogen (who is considered only a myth by the authorities) is behind Saico-Tek and a horde of anime-inspired creatures that are laying waste to Tokyo. Will the Titans locate Brushogen before his monsters cause more havoc? And will the long-simmering emotions shared by Robin and Starfire finally come to a head in this exotic location? The answers, of course, are all to be found in this 75-minute blast, which gives the Titans faithful all the action and smart scripting they've come to expect from the weekly series, as well as a few pleasant surprises and numerous nods to Japanese pop culture. The DVD is fleshed out by two supplemental features: "The Lost Episode," which aired only on the Postopia.com site, and an interactive game, "Robin's Underworld Race Challenge." --Paul Gaita

Special Features

  • Never-before-seen bonus episode
  • Robin's Underworld Race Challenge

Product Details

  • Actors: Greg Cipes, Scott Menville, Khary Payton, Tara Strong, Hynden Walch
  • Directors: Michael Chang
  • Writers: Adam Beechen, Rick Copp
  • Producers: David Slack, Sander Schwartz
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: February 6, 2007
  • Run Time: 75 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (140 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000JLTR86
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,324 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo" on IMDb

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By T. Oliva on February 8, 2007
Format: DVD
I've loved everything about the Teen Titans series since episode 1, and I must say, this movie succeeded in living up to what made the show so enjoyable to watch. Trouble in Tokyo was exciting, funny, and all around a blast to watch. It's especially a must-have if you're a big Teen Titans fan!

I will admit that the plot was a bit Robin-heavy, though I get the feeling that was intended. Despite this, the amusing antics of the other Titans (specifically the loveable green joker, Beast Boy) in a strange new place make for a fun-filled adventure of a movie. Starfire and Robin also finally manage to sort through their feelings while in Tokyo; definitely not something to miss, especially if you've been a fan of these two.

The music was also beautifully done, and some of the art was especially captivating. The characters singing their own mangled version of the theme song in the ending credits was also quite a treat, and left me in stitches by the time it was done playing.

Overall, an enjoyable film that's definitely worth buying. Here's to hoping that the Titans get more Direct-to-Videos (or even better- more episodes)!
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A sigh of relief for all you Titan fans out there, it's your favorite superhero team in their very first full-length movie where they all head off to the "Land of the Rising Sun". (You know, Japan. How appropriate...) Endless sights aside, the Titans are on a mission to locate the enigmatic villain Brushogun and stop him once and for all.

I'd hate to do this but, let me tell you the top five things you may or may not know about the DVD movie (This depends on any of you seeing the movie when it made it's Cartoon Network premiere last September.):

5. In the "special features", amidst the bonus mini game: "Robin's Underworld Challenge", there's also supposed to be the Titans' "Lost Episode" that was originally released online from Post cereals. I'm anxious to see that because it features a brand-new villain named Punk Rocket.

4. Some of the secondary characters and villains in the movie sound just like Kaz from "Hi Hi Puffy Ami Yumi". Maybe because it's the same actor that plays him. This principle goes the same to Numbuh 3's dad in "Codename: Kids Next Door".

3. Speaking of which, musical montages abound in this movie, but neither of them is a song by J-pop duo "Puffy Ami Yumi". Darn.

2. Beast Boy sings a rather "lopsided" version of the "Teen Titans" theme song. Seems to me like a translated version of the Japanese version of the song. Either way, it's not at all bad, especially with the fact that ALL the Titans sing it during the credit roll.

1. We see Robin and Starfire - *GASP* - KISSING ?!?! OK... I didn't expect that at first either.

I hope Cartoon Network is planning to rerun the movie again, because I can't wait that long (the beginning of February ?!?!) for the DVD release.
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My son loved it. He watched it over and over again. If you are Teen titans fan you will enjoy this one.
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I remember at the time of its debut, Teen Titans sort of represented the end of an era. After an impeccable run of DC Comics/ Warner animated shows including Batman The Animated Series, Superman The Animated Series, Batman Beyond, Static Shock and Justice League, here came a show that didn't take itself too seriously and wasn't afraid to use creative license on the animated incarnations of the comic book source material.

Though the DC Animated Universe's unofficial president supreme, Bruce Timm, was involved as the show's producer and Glen Murakami came on for character design, it was made clear right from the get go that Teen Titans was not a part of the interconnected DCAU properties and nor would it ever crossover with then-airing Justice League Unlimited.

The series' creators initially stated that younger children were the intended audience for the series and this was manifest by a slightly super-deformed (large heads) style, complete with goofy anime-inspired characterizations to express emotions.

Naturally die hard comic fans were less than impressed and complaints poured in with a frequency that Executive Producer and Cartoon Network V.P. Sam Register was forced to step in and justify criticism regarding the style of the show: "The main mission was making a good superhero show for kids. Now if the fanboys happen to like the Teen Titans also, that's great, but that was not our mission."

When I first gave the show a go in season 1 (after being spoiled by the earlier shows above), I was quite disappointed and nearly gave up on the whole franchise. Fortunately, as writer J.
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I choose this rating because the movie is good. What I like about the movie is that the Titans go ninja on the notorious villain Brushogun in their awesome first feature-length movie. When a high-tech ninja from the Far East attacks Titans Tower, Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Raven, and Beast Boy make sushi out of him. Discovering the warrior was sent by menacing Japanese baddie Brushogun, the crew heads to Tokyo to find the bigger fish to fry! But crushing the criminal element on the other side of the ocean isn't as easy as they thought. The local police don't believe Brushogun is anything more than a mythical legend, and when Robin takes out an attacker in a thrilling showdown, he gets a one-way ticket to jail. As the other Titans race to rescue Robin, Brushogun makes his play to end the Teen Titans one by one. It's high voltage action all the way. What I dislike about the movie is that I wanted to see more of it. I would recommend this movie to other people.
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