Scooby-Doo

Freddie Prinze, Jr.  Actor Sarah Michelle Gellar  Actor Matthew Lillard  Actor Linda Cardellini  Actor Rowan Atkinson  Actor

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MPAA Rating: PG
Contains:Questionable for Children,Adult Humor

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Scooby-Doo

Theatrical Release Date: 2002 06 14 (USA)

UPC: 085392343027

Studio: Warner Home Video

MPAA Rating: PG   Contains:[Questionable for Children, Adult Humor]

Summary: The long-running cartoon from William Hanna and Joseph Barbera that began life in 1969 as Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? becomes this live-action, tongue-in-cheek comedy-adventure featuring a computer-generated version of the easily frightened, mush-mouthed Great Dane. Freddie Prinze Jr. stars as Fred, the blonde, confident, ascot-sporting leader of Mystery Inc., a ghost-busting service that exposes phony supernatural phenomena as the work of shysters. Working with Fred are: his rich, beautiful girlfriend, Daphne (Sarah Michelle Gellar), who has a bad habit of getting kidnapped by villains; Velma (Linda Cardellini), the real brains of the group who pines secretly for Fred; cowardly slacker and dog's best friend Shaggy (Matthew Lillard); and the snack-gobbling pet pooch Scooby. However, after solving its latest case involving a beleaguered toy company owner (Pamela Anderson), the group fractures over Fred's habit of grabbing credit for everyone's hard work, despite the pleas of Shaggy and Scooby. Two years later, they are reunited at Spooky Island, a theme park and teen spring break destination that owner Emile Mondavarious (Rowan Atkinson) claims is plagued with ghosts. Suspicious as usual of any claims involving the paranormal, the Mystery Inc. clan is soon probing a scheme involving ancient rites, summoned spirits, and brainwashed college students, forcing the group members to resolve their differences and uncover the truth. Directed by Chris Columbus protégé Raja Gosnell, Scooby-Doo features the voice of Scott Innes as the title character. ~ Karl Williams, Rovi

Category: Children's/Family

Features: cc Never-before-seen footage
Behind-the-scenes documentary
Seven interactive ROM challenges
Featurettes
Two player spooky island arcade challenge
Cast commentary and filmmakers commentary
"Land of a Million Drums" music video
Hidden extras and tons more!

Interactive menus
Scene access
Languages: English & Español
Subtitles: English, Français & Español

Scooby-Doo

Format: DVD

Release Date: 10/11/2002

Audio: DD5.1 Dolby Digital 5.1

Runtime: 86 Minutes

Sides: 1

Number of Discs: 1

Language(s) English,Spanish

Subtitles: English,Spanish

Region: USA & territories, Canada

Chapters: Side #1 --
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

Brian J. Dillard

With its snarky, eye-popping production design and disparate cast of popular young thespians, this live-action take on the Saturday-morning staple seemed like it had half a chance of pleasing Baby Boomers and Generation X. Instead, though, it's a children's flick, suitable only for Generation Z and almost completely lacking in Brady Bunch Movie-style winking. Scooby Doo does contain a few laugh-out-loud moments and lots of in-jokes about marijuana, but the film has been carefully engineered so as not to offend or confuse the kiddies. (Pointed references to Velma's sexual orientation ended up on the cutting room floor, along with lots of other subversive hijinks if the Internet movie spies are to be believed.) The result is a movie that looks good and stays relatively true to its source material without ever seeming edgy or even engaging. Perhaps a cartoon whose very appeal has always been its extreme lameness couldn't really afford to be enclosed in yet another set of quotation marks. But given the pedestrian CG and by-the-numbers spookiness on display, it seems the filmmakers couldn't come up with anything compelling to replace the missing irony. Scooby-Doo himself is an computer-generated monstrosity who mixes poorly with the human actors. Of those performers, their watchability varies highly: The delightful Matthew Lillard mimics Casey Kasem perfectly but also invests Shaggy with something approaching human feeling. Linda Cardellini and Sarah Michelle Gellar both subvert feminine stereotypes and provoke chuckles, though within very strict parameters. The less said about Freddie Prinze, Jr., the better, though his blond dye job is far worse than his acting. The real blame for this supremely adequate outing lies at the feet of the corporate gatekeepers who decided to play it safe. Very young children will probably enjoy it, but for anyone older than 10, it's a slight trifle at best. ~ Brian J. Dillard, Rovi

Cast and Crew: Joseph Barbera  Executive Producer 
Robert Engelman  Executive Producer 
Raja Gosnell  Director 
William Hanna  Executive Producer 
Andrew Mason  Executive Producer 
David Newman  Composer (Music Score) 
Charles Roven  Producer 
Kelley Smith-Wait  Executive Producer 
Richard Suckle  Executive Producer 
Richard Suckle  Producer 
James Gunn  Screenwriter 
Freddie Prinze, Jr.  Actor 
Sarah Michelle Gellar  Actor 
Matthew Lillard  Actor 
Linda Cardellini  Actor 
Rowan Atkinson  Actor 
Isla Fisher  Actor 
Miguel A. Nuñez Jr.  Actor 
Stephen Grives  Actor 
Sam Greco  Actor 
Charles Cousins  Actor 
Kristian Schmid  Actor 
Nicholas Hope  Actor 
Stan Frazier  Actor 
DJ Homicide  Actor 
Murphy Karges  Actor 
Mark McGrath  Actor 
Rodney Sheppard  Actor 
Neil Fanning  Actor 
Scott Innes  Actor 
J.P. Manoux  Actor 
Chris Cruickshanks  Actor 
Alex Ruiz  Actor 
Sheryl Benko  Actor 
Rio Nugara  Actor 
David Vallon  Actor 
Troy MacKinder  Actor 
Michala Banas  Actor 
Holly Ann Brisley  Actor 
Robert Diaz  Actor 
Remi Broadway  Actor 
Martin Broome  Actor 
Simone Dumbleton  Actor 
Jonathan Coffey  Actor 
Michael Caffrey  Actor 
Kyas Sherriff  Actor 
Celeste Gosnell  Actor 
Bradley Gosnell  Actor 
Cayley Gosnell  Actor 
Audrey Gosnell  Actor 
Kurt Duval  Actor 
Janis McGavin  Actor 
Emily Gosnell  Actor 
Marea Lambert Barker  Actor 
Kym Jackson  Actor 
Danielle Starkey  Actor 
Andrew Bryniarski  Actor 
Craig Behenna  Actor 
Keith Bullock  Actor 
Jess Harnell  Actor 
Frank Welker  Actor 
Stephen Colyer  Actor 
Ashley Evans  Actor 
Mark Hodge  Actor 
Steve Holford  Actor 
Matt Lee  Actor 
Michael Montgomery  Actor 
Deon Nuku  Actor 
Robert Ricks  Actor 
Rodney Syaranamual  Actor 
Ashley Wallen  Actor 
Andrew Waters  Actor 
Adam Williams  Actor 

Country: USA