Scooby-Doo:The MovieDirector: Raja Gosnell
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When Warner Bros. turned the cartoon Scooby-Doo into a live-action motion picture, movie viewers across the nation were all over it like -- as Shaggy would say -- chocolate on an eggplant burger. Warner has done an excellent job with the DVD release, especially with the cast commentary starring Freddie Prinze Jr., Sarah Michelle Gellar, Matthew Lillard, and Linda Cardellini. The DVD is presented in anamorphic 1.85:1, with sharp Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround audio. Subtitles are in English, French, and Spanish. Nevertheless, the magic is in the special features. "Unmasking the Mystery Behind Scooby-Doo" is the DVD staple known as the behind-the-scenes featurette; this one, beefy in length and composition, doesn't disappoint. All the vitals are there, from Gellar to the voice of Scooby himself, an Australian named Neil Fanning. The most amazing parts of this featurette involve how the moviemakers created Scooby using the magic of technology and the voice of the man from Down Under. This cast commentary was a riot, filled with jokes about Velma's helmet hair and "stunt butts." A music video, hidden extras, interactive DVD-ROM challenges, web links, and a trivia game called "Two-Player Spooky Island Arcade Challenge" round out the menu selections.
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- Warner Home Video
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- [Full Frame]
- [Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Cast & Crew
|Jodie Allen||Set Decoration/Design|
|Joseph Barbera||Executive Producer|
|Sheryl Benko||Associate Producer|
|Bill Boes||Production Designer|
|Bill Booth||Art Director|
|Paul "Salty" Brincat||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Donna Brown||Art Director|
|Andrew Conder||Camera Operator|
|Robert Engelman||Executive Producer|
|Leesa Evans||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Gabrielle Gliniak||Art Director|
|James Gunn||Original Story,Screenwriter|
|William Hanna||Executive Producer|
|Stephen Jones||Associate Producer|
|Andrew Mason||Executive Producer|
|Susan Maybury||Set Decoration/Design|
|Peter McCaffrey||Camera Operator|
|David Newman||Score Composer|
|Philip A. Patterson||Associate Producer|
|Toby Pease||Asst. Director|
|Matthew Putland||Set Decoration/Design|
|Kelley Smith-Wait||Executive Producer|
|Richard Suckle||Executive Producer|
|Craig Titley||Original Story|
|Laura Z. Wasserman||Musical Direction/Supervision|
|Sandy Wingrove||Set Decoration/Design|
|Christian Wintter||Art Director|
1. The Luna Ghost
2. You're Invited
3. Spooky Island
4. Spooky Castle
5. Slew of Clues
6. Monsters Brawl
7. Scooby Scooters
8. Protoplasm Potpourri
9. Getting Jinky for Rescue
10. The Mastermind
11. Darkopalypse Over
12. Back Together
Play With Commentary
Play Without Commentary
Unmasking the Mystery Behind Scooby-Doo
Two Player Spooky Island Arcade Challenge
Outkast "The Land of A Million Drums" Music Video
The Mystery Van
Daphne Fight Scene
Scooby-Doo Soundtrack Info
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this movie rocks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I enjoyed it, but the 2nd one was better. In fact, I realy liked it.
This is the best movie on the planet. Before I didn't even know who scooby doo was. This i would defenetly say is the best movie on the earth. I've had it for a little bit over five months now and I've watched it over 12 times. Don't listen to anybody that says that this movie stinks. It doesn't. Believe me. There is no better movie on the planet than this one. It is great for teens and adults. There is comedy only adults would understand and there is comedy everybody would laugh at. I wouldn't recomend this movie for little kid though. There are some scarry parts in it. Otherwise this movie ROCKS THE HOUSE!!!!!!
Another old kids series makes a jump from animation to live action. And this time it is Scooby Doo. And for the first time since the late 80's, a Scooby Doo movie has come out and runs at least 90 minutes. As the movie opens, Fred (Freddie Prinze Jr) gives himself all the credit in the gang's newest case. Which leads Velma (Linda Cardellini) to quit and then the gang breaks up expect for Shaggy (Matthew Lillard) and best friend Scooby Doo. After two years the gang is still not back together, and all of them even Daphne (Sarah Michelle Gellar) accept a case to a spooky island. Rowan Atkinson (Mr. Bean) plays the island's owner Emile Mondavarious. If you are a big Scooby Doo fan, I recommend you to watch this movie.
Okay- I'll admit it- i do like Scooby Doo- THE CARTOON! This movie ruined Scooby Doo forever- i mean, just think about this: you CAN'T make a villian out of Scrappy Doo of all people (er, dogs) I mean, ever since i was little I've LOVED Scrappy Doo- he was my favorite character! And you just can't make him a villian- he's Scooby's cousin for cryin' out loud! Warner Bros. wasted their time with this one- it really sucks. And I am not joking. They go to an island where they meet this guy who's really Scrappy, the ''villian'' and he has a so called problem even though he's really the villian and not really the guy because the real guy is locked up in some hole but we don't find this out until the end. They brainwash everyone and make them obey his every command- including Shaggy's ''girlfriend''- another problem since Shaggy is incapable of having a girlfriend he's just so dumb (but that's his character so let's keep it that way) but at least she's as stupid as he is. The guy locks the peoples souls up in a well thing and they can't get out and they don't have eyes and do some stupid dance. Scrappy Doo gets big and strong and UGLY and he just isn't the villian type! Freddie Prinze Jr. looks like and idiot with that bleached hair and if i was in that movie i'd be embarrased. I give this movie a -100 for the rating- but they don't have that so I'll give it a one. And i know i gave away the whole movie but that's okay because now you don't have to see it so you can save your time and money. Don't waste your time on this one- it isn't worth it
I grew up with the Scooby-Doo Cartoons. I thought this was a great movie. I like the way they made Scooby so real like. I had wondered how the director was going to get a dog to do all the antics that the Scooby-Doo in the cartoons accomplished. My family really like this movie and we will be adding this one to the rest of our movie's at home.
This movie was great and the kiss between Sarah and Freddie was great! See it...
Everyone in my family laughed at this movie, Its not only funny to small children but to older adults as well. This movie has a great plot and ending for a Scooby-Doo show.!
I love Scrappy doo! They made Scrappy-doo look evil! Anyone who hates Scrappy should take a good look at them selfs. Scrappy's a part of the gang, so you aren't a real scooby-doo fan if you don't like Scrappy. This movie is a waste.