Scoob! (2020)


This a Covid-19 2020 minireview!

“We’ll go in the Haunted House this one time. But we’re not going to make a habit of this, right, Scoob?” – Young Shaggy

Number of Times Seen – 1 (24 May 2020)

Brief Synopsis – A boy and his faithful dog join forces with three young sleuths in order to try and stop the unleashing of a ghost dog upon the world.

Bottom Line – Interesting idea that pretty much fails to work because the premise is a bit too flat. The story does come across quite nostalgic for those of who grew up with the original cartoon, but they aren’t able to really bring anything new or unique to this one. Liked the way that they are able to give us a short origin story, but other than that, things felt far too stretched out since this easily could have been have the length and still be as effective.  That’s quite a shame because there are far too many lulls along the way. The animation is quite amazing to watch, but without a better story this kind of animation is somewhat pointless.

MovieRob’s Favorite Trivia –  In a flashback when the gang first meet Daphne is dressed as Wonder Woman for Halloween. Not only has Scooby-Doo had crossovers with Wonder Woman before in their long long history but also earlier the voice actors for Velma and Daphne, B.J. Ward and Grey Griffin, have voiced the character as well. (From IMDB)

Rating – Razzie Worthy (4/10)

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