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The dude that sounds like the devil reviews ‘Teen Titans Go! To the Movies.’

Here’s the best review on the dark web straight from Rob Fee. What is up, everybody. Yes, I am wearing an old wrestling shirt, people buy them and I feel pretty. My friend spent 700$ on three old wrestling shirts. What a time to be white. I guess? That’s all I can say for that.

Today, this is a little bit different because the movie that I saw last night, was none other than ‘Teen Titans Go! To The Movies.” Here’s the thing, you probably hear that and are like,

“wait a minute, you are an adult. You sound like the devil. But you look like a teenager that really didn’t take care of himself.”

But I’m not, I’m actually an adult, and I saw the ‘Teen Titans Go! To the Movies’….movie. I cannot tell you how good Teen Titans is. I have a 6-year old son, and here’s what happens when you’re a parent.

There are some shows that your kids watch that you just suffer through. And then there are other shows, like Spongebob, say what you want about it but it’s a good show!

That’s the same thing with Teen Titans. It’s so funny, it’s so smart. You can tell it’s written by people who were tired of watching bad shows for kids. If you like the show, you are going to love the movie. If you haven’t seen the show, the movie is a great way to introduce yourself to the characters.

Again taking your kids to the movies is very hit or miss because they are going to be ready to leave after 19 minutes.

“They are going to want a bucket of popcorn bigger than their body then they are going to eat five pieces and say, I don’t want this anymore.”

No, the mission is not impossible, but you don’t want to go through that horrible experience and also watch a terrible movie. This one’s worth it.

Sorry to bother you, but Go watch it! Even if you don’t have kids go watch it. Be that creep. Well don’t be an actual creep, but be that adult that goes and…well. Just don’t be a creep!

Actual Teen Titans Go! To the Movies Summary

It seems that all the major superheroes out there are starring in their own movies — all but the Teen Titans. Robin is bound and determined to remedy that situation by becoming a star instead of a sidekick. With a few madcap ideas and a song in their hearts, the Teen Titans head to Hollywood to fulfill their dreams. Things soon go awry, however, when a supervillain plans to take over the planet — putting the very fate of the young heroes on the line.

The film features the voices of Greg CipesScott MenvilleKhary PaytonTara Strong and Hynden Walch reprising their respective roles from the series, while Will Arnett (who also co-produced the film) and Kristen Bell join the cast. It was theatrically released in the United States on July 27, 2018 by Warner Bros. Pictures. The film has grossed over $16 million worldwide and received generally positive reviews from critics.

Who is Rob Fee?

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Rob is a writer and generally nice person originally from Harlan, Kentucky. In 2011 he independently released a comedy album called Grape Stomp that debuted #1 on iTunes comedy charts that he recorded in his friend’s call center after hours. From there he was brought on as a Segment Producer on The Ellen Show. He’s written for numerous networks and publications including MTV, Comedy Central, IFC, VICE, CBS, Funny or Die, Playboy, Maxim, IGN, Epic Meal Time, National Lampoon, Taco Bell, SourceFed, and dozens of others. He also published two books through Thought Catalog in 2015 and over 4,000 articles and essays online.

In addition to writing, he’s appeared on multiple series including Fox’s Red Eye, TNA Wrestling, Movie Fights, Nuclear Family, SourceFed, Fox’s Studio 11, and Machinima. He’s helped run social media for numerous award-winning shows and brands including Breaking Bad, Fargo, Wilfred, Digiorno Pizza, White Castle, and Tidy Cat.

His work has been featured on CNN, Fox, MSNBC, ABC News, Fox Sports, and countless others. Above all of these things, he’s also a full-time Pokemon hunter with his son Jackson.

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