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I felt that it was a bit too long, including the "Blowout Bingo Bash" song (I just wanted them to shut up in the end), but overall it was pretty refreshing and fun to watch. But I thought the joke of saying the parrot's name four times in a row was a little too juvenile. The same in ''Knight Time Terror'', when Shaggy and Scooby jumped on the piano. I mean, it's LEGO, you don't need to make it any more juvenile than it could already be perceived. I also thought it was a bit repetitive that Scooby had to give his catchphrase a second time at the end of the credits when he already gave an acceptable ending before the they started.
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I felt that it was a bit too long, including the "Blowout Bingo Bash" song (I just wanted them to shut up in the end), but overall it was pretty refreshing and fun to watch. But I thought the joke of saying the parrot's name four times in a row was a little too juvenile. The same in ''Knight Time Terror'', when Shaggy and Scooby jumped on the piano. I mean, it's LEGO, you don't need to make it any more juvenile than it could already be perceived. I also thought it was a bit repetitive that Scooby had to give his catchphrase a second time at the end of the credits when he already gave an acceptable ending before they started.
   
 
The other three songs were great, though. Especially, "Scooby Doo, Scooby Don't".
 
The other three songs were great, though. Especially, "Scooby Doo, Scooby Don't".

Latest revision as of 20:37, July 31, 2017

I felt that it was a bit too long, including the "Blowout Bingo Bash" song (I just wanted them to shut up in the end), but overall it was pretty refreshing and fun to watch. But I thought the joke of saying the parrot's name four times in a row was a little too juvenile. The same in Knight Time Terror, when Shaggy and Scooby jumped on the piano. I mean, it's LEGO, you don't need to make it any more juvenile than it could already be perceived. I also thought it was a bit repetitive that Scooby had to give his catchphrase a second time at the end of the credits when he already gave an acceptable ending before they started.

The other three songs were great, though. Especially, "Scooby Doo, Scooby Don't".

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