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@JustMeJordanW Cyber Chase feels very half-baked, with most of the levels focused on being very boring, the villain and mystery being extremely lackluster, the jokes feeling mostly tired, and the entire premise is just kinda stupid. Anything can be zapped in and out of the game, except for humans for some unexplainable reason other than the plot dictates it. Which wouldn’t be a problem if I was all that entertained by any of the rest of it. Even the people behind the movie seem to be really really upset with the finished product according to A Podcast Named Scooby-Doo.
A better example of an overly unrealistic story done in a funny way (in my opinion of course, cause I know many people that don’t like it) is Moon Monster Madness. That one has some more inspired jokes, at least comparatively, and I just find it to be consistently more engaging.
Personally 3 of these films would do it justice. Hell, Music of The Vampire is a more engaging production. It has a great plot, amazing visuals that'll look great in CGI, the music stands out, Jeff Bennett portrays the villain brilliantly and it's a musical. That can really rival Disney at the box office.
Speaking of Jeff Bennett, did you know that he did the voice of Del Chillman in Loch Ness Monster?
ZI is the best! But it can be too scary for cinemas. So... GK.
I wonder why Scooby-Doo doesn’t come out in theaters instead Direct-To-DVD? @Okraila
Yeah... But nowadays, they don't like 2D in theaters.
And maybe new movies come out too often?
But it works for me, because I live in an another country, so I cannot go to the cinemas and watch it. If it premiered in the cinemas, I had to wait at least two months before it is available to download!
OK. finally seen Scoob!
Hmmm. I think it's not as bad as some are making out, But I do think that there should have been more focus on MI for the first hour, then add in DD& BF for the spectacular finish.
So yeah, it doesn't quite cut it.
I've always thought a good theatrical movie could be done using The Hex Girls - complete with killer soundtrack. Let Jane Wiedlin write a few, use WB music stalwart Andy Sturmer... You get the idea.
As for the suggested alternatives to Scoob! ... it really does come down to whether you prefer real threats to someone in a in mask. And the suggested movies are mostly real threats. As was Scoob!
Interesting 🧐 @Gatherer Hade
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