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For the unfamiliar, Batman: the Brave and the Bold was a cartoon that ran a few years ago. The show runners decided to make this one stand out from the other Batman cartoons by focusing on the more light-hearted comics of the 50s and 60s. What they produced was funny but smartly written show. When I heard they were doing a Batman/Scooby-Doo crossover, I was completely okay with that as the show and the current made-to-DVD films had very similar looks and feel to them. Seemed like a perfect fit, and it was.
This should be a fun films for kids. It's bright, funny, and a solid plot and mystery. (Although, because this film juggles so many plot points I do feel the ending was rushed a bit.)
The Scooby gang is invited to join a mystery solvers' club by Batman and several supheroes. What goes on is and adventure that manages to keep all the Scooby-Doo gimmicks but also manages to incorporate a whole lot of Batman villains. I'm especially pleased to see them bring back Aqua Man from the show, whose portrayal as a goofy, but well-meaning dad-type, made him one of the best characters.
Overall, this is a solid children's film and one of the stronger Scooby-Doo movies.
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