Here’s What You Can Expect From The Movie ‘Teen Titans: The Judas Contract’

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Apr 12, 2017 05:13 PM EDT

The Teen Titans arrive at the Kids For Kids, 2005 Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Carnival in the West Village May 7, 2005 in New York City. (Photo : Getty Images/ Fernando Leon)

"Teen Titans: The Judas Contract" is a sequel to the previous year's "Justice League vs.Teen Titans" and is also an adaption of the very popular comic book storyline of the same name. The second part is a much bigger selling point than that of the first one because "Justice League vs. Teen Titans" was not a very memorable one to get addicted to. Despite the source material being strong, the "Teen Titans: The Judas Contract" is just marginally more entertaining than the previous one.

"Teen Titans: The Judas Contract" has the same casting lineup as the Titans from the last movie. Besides Robin, Raven, Beast Boy, Blue Beetle, Starfire and Nightwing as in the previous film, the "Judas Contract" has come with a new addition -- Terra played by Christina Ricci. In this film, the team has to face the dual threat of Deathstroke and Brother Blood. The aim of Brother Blood is to drain the powers of the Titans and turn himself into a God, revealed IGN.

According to Movie Web, "Teen Titans: The Judas Contract" also focuses on the various personal struggles of the Titans to a great extent, which ranges from the efforts of Nightwing in moving forward with his relationship with Starfire to the isolation of Blue Beetle from his family and finally to the struggle of Terra to face the demons from her past.

"Teen Titans: The Judas Contract" is a loose take on the source material and hence not a hit movie. There are ample problems in the adaptation part, and it attempts to cover the ground to an extreme level. The storyline of "Teen Titans: The Judas Contract" came in the middle of this lengthy run by the directors and is built on a continuity which is not in proper place in this particular universe of animation.

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