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Yet again we have one of the rare endings that serves as an actual pay off to the movie. The ending works very well.
The problem is the rest of the story sort of stinks. The plot is good, but the execution and the humor is "meh." And it gets doubly bad because of the whole premise. The Big Top, it is a classic Scooby Doo setting and yet it fails to deliver the classic Scooby Doo feel nor does it have the matching classic Scooby Doo story.
In the premise they had the making to merge the Scooby of old with the new Scooby--in a far better way than the Goblin King--and it still fell short, painfully short.
The plot worked, the ending worked, but everything else failed to hit the mark and only a few of the jokes really stuck like they should.
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