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Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed 2004

Mystery Inc. must save Coolsville from an attack of past unmasked monsters brought to life by an evil masked figure trying to "unmask" the gang...

Release Date:
March 26, 2004
93 min
Raja Gosnell
Karin Konoval, Andrew Jackson, Peter Boyle, ...
Animation, Horror, Mystery, ...
USA, Canada

Your rating: 0

Solar rating: 8.4


Imdb rating: 4.9



Scooby-Doo is no longer a childs memory of good old fun and games. Nope, this year Scooby-Doo and gang has turned . . . .Pimp style?
What's this? many people are asking each other. No longer do they listen to the Beach boys, but now they are listening to . .. . . Nelly????
What type of Scooby-Doo is this?

I'll tell you what's happenin' . . . . . . . .Scooby-Doo is turnin' to the new age! Good-bye 60's and 70's! Welcome 2004!
YAHOO!:fresh: :rolleyes:
Obviously not a contender for the Oscars, but it was good clean fun for the kids and amusing from the adult standpoint.
3 1/2 out of 4 stars
Unfortunately I have two nephews who really wanted to see this movie so I got dragged into going. The first one was somewhat cute, although not a good movie by any means of the word, but I still enjoyed Scrappy Doo orchestrating everything. In this one, all the ghosts are real b/c of some potion a scientist created to make real ghosts. Of course, a real person's behind everything, and it's not surprising since it could've only been two people. Interestingly enough, it was both people, as the ghost was unmasked to be the one person, and then they took that mask off to reveal the other. Unless you enjoy endless fart and stupid jokes, you probably won't enjoy too much of it.
I just saw "Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed". I'd give it a 8/10. I think it could have been more funny but it was still good though. I also saw "Scooby Doo" the first part and I think the same too.

I'm not even going to watch this one. I have never liked Scooby-Doo. I don't know what the big fascination is with this boring ass cartoon. I saw some guy dressed up like the dog while I was getting tickets for Dawn of the Dead with my friends and told him he could do me doggy style. I just don't get the point behind this toon. Two of the members are constantly stoned while the other members are off screwing each other leaving one member to do the actual detective work. There are alot better toons out now than that stupid show.
Where: Silver City

Life is funny. I was in a waiting room last Saturday and I was looking through Reader's Digest. They had an article on simplicity and how people over-schedule their life to the point where they can't let random chance have any effect on their lives and they don't do things spontaneously. Hey, that sounds like me.

So yesterday I just took the day off for myself and I made no plans. I walked around all day and took photos. When I came home it was just in time to get a call from Angelica asking if I wanted to do something. Nice.

Today was the same way. I made no plans for the evening and then at around 5pm Nathan blogs something about wanted to see Scoobie Doo. I had no plans, what the hell.

We go out for pho and he proceeds to convince me that this won't be the most horrible movie ever. Not only that but we get to really geek out and talk about D&D, dm-ing, X-Men, and Wild Cards. Cool. Then we get to the movie theatre and we're the only two people there. Weirdness, but it was the right kind of movie for that because it allowed us to crack jokes through out.

I was quite surprised at how good the movie was. It doesn't take itself seriously at all and makes every effort at self-parody. Nice! I wouldn't exactly recommend it, and I don't know that I ever would have seen it on my own if I wasn't with someone who found it really funny. But it wasn't entirely horrible, which was a big plus compared to what I expect.

Poor Velma, she doesn't know she's a lesbian yet. Maybe in the third one.

If only I hadn't eaten so much junk food... ugh.
Well I don't intend on ever seeing this again but going in knowing how annoyed I was watching the first Scooby, I half expected that I would be subject to some form of ancient medievil torture. With such low expectations, this movie was quite pleasant. It was true to the cartoon and more fun then the first. But unless I need to save the world, or I get high and drunk and can't think for myself, you'll never catch me watching this again.
I have a 7 year-old brother (yes, yes, I'm 30), so I had to watch this........... to know if I would see it with him or not. :D

Although it was a bit better than the first one--- (was it really?)--- I was still disappointed, being the huge Scooby fan that I am (I grew up watching the original show). Yes, Matthew Lillard still does a great Shaggy, Linda Cardellini is a *hot* Velma (definitely an improvement on the cartoon!) and Scooby's laugh still makes me grin childishly every time ("hihihihihi"). But the plot is awful (A Mystery Inc. museum? Shaggy and the 'gang' as celebrities on the Red Carpet (TM)? Comeon...) The worst I believe is the attempt at "believe in yourself"/"love yourself as you are" pop-psychology. In a Scoobydoo movie? Shaggy as a role model for kids with low self-esteem ?

I dunno.


(oh. And Alicia Silverstone is in it).

UPDATE (12/04/04) : OK, I did go see it with my young brother. And seeing how much he enjoyed the film, I just HAD to raise my original rating to give it a passing (fresh :fresh: ) grade. My brother (a Scooby fan) gave it 10/10!

'Wahwright! Hihi hihihi!!!"
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