Starring: Zac Efron, Gina Rodriguez, Will Forte, Amanda Seyfried, Kiersey Clemons, Jason Isaacs, Ken Jeong, Tracy Morgan, Mark Wahlberg, Frank Welker
OUR RATING: ★★★½
Animated adventure comedy directed by Tony Cervone. The story follows when a young Scooby (Frank Welker) and Shaggy (Will Forte) first meet, and team up with Daphne (Amanda Seyfried), Velma (Gina Rodriguez) and Fred (Zac Efron) to launch Mystery Incorporated. We then follow the gang as they face their most challenging mystery ever, a plot to unleash the ghost dog Cerberus upon the world. As they race to stop this dogpocalypse, the gang discovers that Scooby has an epic destiny greater than anyone imagined.
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Our Favorite Quotes:'Oh, whoopee. A diner. I’ll have a napkin, and some hand sanitizer.' - Simon Cowell (Scoob!) Click To Tweet 'People can grow. But it doesn't mean that we're growing apart.' - Shaggy Rogers (Scoob!) Click To Tweet
[you Shaggy is listening to a podcast]
Ira Glass: Hello, I’m Ira Glass. Welcome to another episode of my new podcast, “Friends, Who Needs Them? You Do.” This week’s challenge, put yourself out there. When the hand of friendship is offered to you, take it. You can do it. Now, go. Make some friends.
[referring to Scooby]
Cop: This mangy stray’s done enough damage for today. He’s coming with me.
Young Shaggy: He’s not a stray!
Cop: Is he your dog?
Young Shaggy: He is like totally mine.
[whispers to Scooby]
Young Shaggy: If you want to be.
Young Scooby-Doo: I’d like that very much.
Cop: Okay, then. What’s his name?
[quietly to Shaggy]
Young Scooby-Doo: I don’t have one.
Young Shaggy: [nervously] His name’s…
[he looks down and sees a box of cookies called “Scooby Snacks”]
Young Shaggy: Snacks!
Young Scooby-Doo: Snacks?
Young Shaggy: Uh, I mean Scooby!
Cop: Middle name?
Young Shaggy: Dooby?
Cop: Last name.
Young Shaggy: Doo!
Cop: Alright. If the dog has a middle name, there’s no punishment for damages or theft. I don’t like it, but them’s the laws.
[after young Shaggy takes Scooby to his home and shows him his bed]
Young Scooby-Doo: I’ve never had a bed before. In fact, I’ve never had anything before.
Young Shaggy: I ran out this afternoon, and I got something for you. I know we just met, and I didn’t want to seem too desperate, or, you know, come on too strong, but…
[Shaggy shows Scooby his dog leash with the letters SD on it]
Young Scooby-Doo: I love it.
[Shaggy puts the collar around his neck]
Young Scooby-Doo: I promise, I’ll never take it off.
[after some kids take their Halloween candy]
Young Shaggy: We worked hard for that free candy.
Chad: This stuff will rot your teeth!
Chet: Yeah. Don’t you know Halloween is just a marketing ploy by Big Corn Syrup?
Young Scooby-Doo: Yeah, we’re okay with that.
[Chet throws the bag of candy into the abandoned house]
Chet: Your blood sugar will thank us.
[after they’ve met; referring to her Halloween costume]
Young Shaggy: And are you Harry Potter?
Young Velma: I’m Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Obviously.
Young Shaggy: Which house is she in? Hufflepuff?
Young Velma: She’s a Supreme Court justice.
Young Shaggy: Oh. Slytherin.
[referring to Mr. Rigby’s stash of stolen items]
Young Shaggy: Uh, guys? I think we just found the world’s smallest Walmart.
Velma Dinkley: It’s time to turn Mystery Inc. into a real business.
Shaggy Rogers: What do you mean? Like, carry a briefcase, and wear a tie, and pay taxes?
Daphne Blake: Wait, have you not been paying your taxes?
Scooby-Doo: I handle our accounting.
Velma Dinkley: Fortunately, we found a possible investor.
[just then Simon Cowell joins them at their table]
Simon Cowell: Oh, whoopee. A diner. I’ll have a napkin, and some hand sanitizer.
[after Shaggy and Scooby sing for him]
Simon Cowell: Uh, congratulations, gentlemen. You are terrible.
Fred Jones: How does he do that? See, he’s mean, but he makes it fun.
Simon Cowell: Every successful group requires hard work and determination. Identifying potential is what I do, and you have got it. Fred, you’re the tank. The muscle.
Fred Jones: Cool.
Simon Cowell: Daphne is the people person. The empath.
Daphne Blake: Aw.
Simon Cowell: And Velma’s got the smarts, and technical savvy.
Velma Dinkley: Thanks.
[to Shaggy and Scooby]
Simon Cowell: But you two aren’t even listening. You’re eating a clownishly oversized sandwich.
Shaggy Rogers: Like, sorry, man. You lost us at, “Hard work and determination.”
Scooby-Doo: But you got us back at, “Sandwich.”
Simon Cowell: Look, a group can only be as strong as its weakest links. Bottom line, I can’t invest with these two involved.
Daphne Blake: But, Mr. Cowell, Shaggy and Scooby are our best friends.
Shaggy Rogers: Yeah, and like, what’s more valuable than friendship?
Simon Cowell: Literally, anything. You can’t count on friendship. People change. And when you get into real trouble, friendship won’t save the day.
Shaggy Rogers: Like, we don’t need this, Scoob. Let’s bounce.
Scooby-Doo: Yeah, we know when we’re not wanted.
[they get up to and start to leave]
Daphne Blake: No. Wait.
Fred Jones: Come on, guys.
Velma Dinkley: He didn’t mean it.
[Scooby returns and takes the basket of fries from the table]
Scooby-Doo: No fries for you. Hm!
[as they’re playing bowling]
Shaggy Rogers: You believe the nerve of that dude? Simon Cowell thinks friendship won’t save the day.
Scooby-Doo: What does he know?
Shaggy Rogers: Yeah, he’s not that smart. Just sounds like it, because he’s British.
Scooby-Doo: Good point, Raggy.
Shaggy Rogers: As long as we have each other, we’ll be just fine on our own.
[as they’re being attacked by the shape-shifting robots]
Shaggy Rogers: No offense, but I think I liked you better as a bowling ball!
Scooby-Doo: Me too!
[holding onto each other as they’re being attacked by the robots]
Shaggy Rogers: Looks like this is goodbye, old buddy.
Scooby-Doo: We never saw Paris.
Shaggy Rogers: Dude, hang on. Do you realize where we are?
Shaggy Rogers: Look around, man. The clean modern aesthetic. The cool blue color palette. We’re in…
Shaggy Rogers: The Falcon Fury!
Shaggy Rogers: Did you say Ikea?
Scooby-Doo: Nope. I said Falcon Fury. Just like you.
Scooby-Doo: Who sent those robots?
Dee Dee Skyes: It’s this guy named Dick Dastardly. Shocker! He’s a psychotic supervillain.
Blue Falcon: Welcome to the Falcon Fury.
[Shaggy and Scooby hold each other in excitement]
Blue Falcon: Hang on. Hang on. Turn on the lights!
[the lights are turned on]
Blue Falcon: Where are my balloons, Dee Dee? When I say, Falcon Fury, that’s supposed to cue the balloons. Keith, what is the deal up there, man?
Keith: [on speakers] I missed the cue.
Blue Falcon: Duh. You’ve got one job, pal.
Blue Falcon: Anyway, welcome aboard, I’m Blue Falcon.
Scooby-Doo: No, you’re not.
Blue Falcon: Yes, I am.
Dee Dee Skyes: I told you I wasn’t going to be the only one who noticed
Shaggy Rogers: No, Blue Falcon’s suit has a bigger red F on the chest, and it’s way less, uh, scaly.
Blue Falcon: They’re feathers, alright? And it’s called an upgrade. This ain’t your daddy’s Blue Falcon.
Dynomutt: I think you mean to say your daddy’s Blue Falcon. Allow me to introduce you to Blue Falcon’s large adult son, Brian.
Shaggy, Scooby: Dynomutt!
[to Shaggy and Scooby]
Dynomutt: You might want to buckle up. And if you get sick, puke on Brian.
Dee Dee Skyes: Are you guys okay?
[Shaggy and Scooby’s faces are pulled back from being windblown]
Shaggy Rogers: Yeah, but like if you want, you can pull over and drop us off here.
Scooby-Doo: We’ll walk home.
[makes a pretend call]
Blue Falcon: Uh, guys, adventure’s calling, and it’s for you.
Shaggy Rogers: Hello, adventure. Yes, will you take my name and number off your list?
Scooby-Doo: But, Raggy, this is our chance.
Shaggy Rogers: Yeah, maybe you’re right. We can show everyone we’re not the weak link.
[back on the pretend call]
Shaggy Rogers: Uh, Mr. Adventure, sir, it’s me again. Uh, my partner is intrigued by your offer, but I’m still on the fence. We’re going to have to call you back. Bye-bye.
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