Scooby, Shaggy and the gang must save the world from Dick Dastardly and his army of robots, but first they have to all meet and form their mystery unravelling gang. The characters are all similar to their cartoon roots though I don’t recall Fred being such a prat.
The Mystery Gang is looking to step up their operation and this presents new challenges to their friendships. The adventure that follows is filled with wild and slapstick humour and a quite heavy handed message about the importance of friendship. “Scoob!” doesn’t break any new ground in the Scooby Doo franchise. It’s a new adventure that’s pretty much the same as the rest and that’s okay.
Visually “Scoob!” is the nicest to look at of the franchise. The sound is okay and if you don’t have a sound system, you won’t miss much in the front filled audio mix.
There’s a fair amount of slapstick violence and some fairly scary moments including chainsaw scorpions. There’s a small amount of course language and some name calling. Nothing I was too concerned about with my mini reviewers that really enjoyed this movie.
“Scoob!” Is a light funny movie that’s good for kids. A little scary at times and would probably become annoying if it became a “watch it every day movie”, but there aren’t too many movies that wouldn’t. I give it a 6/10, worth watching with your kids.
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