Scooby-Doo! Curse of the Lake Monster
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A subplot explores developing love interests between Fred and Daphne, and Shaggy and Velma.

Each relationship is mostly innocent -- and punctuated with one kiss apiece -- but problems arise when Fred wants to play the field and Daphnes ready for something more serious.

Both parties are shown flirting with other teens, which sparks jealousy in the one left out. In one scene, the characters sing a song about wanting to spoon.

Fred is seen walking around shirtless.

Violent content is limited to a brief fistfight and some slapstick-style bumps and falls.

However, the characters perilous situations make for some scary moments.

A slobbering lake monster is shown growling into the camera multiple times, and multiple occasions find him in pursuit of -- and sometimes nabbing -- Scooby and his friends.

There's mention of a witch being burned at the stake.

A character is possessed by an evil spirit.

Fred and Daphne are locked in a boat thats being sunk in an apparent attempt on their lives.

The lake monster can frighten some young children.

The movie is a little scary, yet funny.

Rated PG for some mild scary action
Netherlands:9 / Singapore:PG / USA:TV-PG / USA:PG (certificate #46270)

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