Scooby and the gang face their most challenging mystery ever: a plot to unleash the ghost dog Cerberus upon the world. As they race to stop this dogpocalypse, the gang discovers that Scooby has an epic destiny greater than anyone imagined.

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Tony Cervone

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Adam Sztykiel (screenplay by), Jack C. Donaldson (screenplay by) | 7 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Will Forte ... Shaggy Rogers (voice)
Mark Wahlberg ... Blue Falcon (voice)
Jason Isaacs ... Dick Dastardly (voice)
Gina Rodriguez ... Velma Dinkley (voice)
Zac Efron ... Fred Jones (voice)
Amanda Seyfried ... Daphne Blake (voice)
Kiersey Clemons ... Dee Dee Skyes (voice)
Ken Jeong ... Dynomutt (voice)
Tracy Morgan ... Captain Caveman (voice)
Frank Welker ... Scooby-Doo / Pterodactyl (voice)
Iain Armitage ... Young Shaggy (voice)
Mckenna Grace ... Young Daphne (voice)
Pierce Gagnon ... Young Fred (voice)
Ariana Greenblatt ... Young Velma (voice)
Simon Cowell ... Simon Cowell (voice)
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Scooby-Doo is the hero of his own story in "SCOOB!," the first full-length animated Scooby-Doo adventure, which reveals how he and his best friend Shaggy became two of the world's most beloved crime busters. The story takes us back to where it all began when a young Scooby and Shaggy first meet and team up with Velma, Daphne, and Fred to launch Mystery Incorporated. Written by Paul Giordano

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Rated PG for some action, language and rude/suggestive humor | See all certifications »

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This is third third film after The Lion King (2019) and Christopher Robin (2018) where an original voice actor from the original film or series reprises his role as the main character while the others characters are recast by new voice actors. This is also the first animated film and not live action film to do so. See more »

Goofs

In the flashback scene, when the gang is chased by the ghost in the haunted house, the ghost appears to be flying by his own as there is no string holding him. But before they realize he's fake, a string suddenly appears. See more »

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[first lines]
Harry Perry: Lots of love!
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The film title appears in the closing credits. See more »

Connections

References Scooby-Doo and the Witch's Ghost (1999) See more »

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Summer Feelings
Written by Vincent 'Invincible' Watson (as Vincent Watson), Charlie Puth, Lowell (as Elizabeth Lowell Boland), Eskeerdo (as Alexander Izquierdo), Simon Wilcox, Lennon Stella and Chuck Brown (as Charles L. Brown)
Performed by Lennon Stella featuring Charlie Puth
Produced by Vincent 'Invincible' Watson
Lennon Stella appears courtesy of RECORDS Label, LLC/Columbia Records
Charlie Puth appears courtesy of Otto Records/Atlantic Recording Corporation
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A generic 21st century kids movie disguised as a Scooby Doo movie.
16 May 2020 | by SabaherSee all my reviews

I was never really the biggest fan of Scooby Doo. I watched some epispodes, but I never really gravitated to that show and characters. But even with watching so little episodes, you can tell it is very different from the cartoon. It doesn't feel like Scooby Doo. There aren't any mysteries of haunted houses. This is a superhero movie wth Scooby Doo characters.

The villian is actually pretty good. He has a clear motivation and you understand what's he doing and why he's doing it. He can also be funny which is perfect for a kids movie like this.

The voice actors did a good job. The stand-outs for me are Mark Whalberg, Jason Isaacs and Frank Welker.

The movie is really funny and a lot of the jokes land well. Especially with the character of Fred. Whenever he's on screen he gives that funny vibe and you can't help it but to laugh whenever he tells a joke.

The biggest problem for me is that this is just a generic kids movie. It follows the same formula as all kids movies. Set-up a relationship with two characters, seperate them and make them reconcile, earn the power of friendship and save the day. On top of that, add a bunch of pop songs. The movie is afraid to take risks and shake things up. Because that, it doesn't add anything new to the genre, it doesn't add anything new to the Scooby Doo characters and it's just forgetable. If i'm in a mood for Scooby Doo, I won't watch this. I will watch the original cartoon. If I'm in a mood for a 21st century kids movie, I won't watch this. I will just go watch the Lego Movie. My point is that this movie doesn't stand out in any way.

I conslusion, I don't think that a generic kids movie is worth 20 dollars.

4/10 you can skip it, you're not missing much.


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Release Date:

15 May 2020 (USA) See more »

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