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  • The movie came out on DVD last Tuesday (July 25).

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    • I'm still watching it right now, but I've noticed SDMI music being used at 18 and 46 minutes.

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    • I've noticed on other movies, but I didn't notice on this one.

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    • Which other movies?

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    • Mostly any of the regular films that has Robert J. Kral working on them. Personally, I never liked the SDMI music crossing over, as it doesn't fit to me.

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    • One complaint I have is the huge amount of LEGO jokes. I felt like there were more LEGO jokes here than in the LEGO Movie.

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    • I just finished watching and the ending was hilarious!

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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".

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    • The culprits were too easy to spot.

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    • GorgonzolaSW wrote:
      The culprits were too easy to spot.

      The culprits are too easy to spot in every Scooby-Doo movie/show, that's the point. Scooby-Doo is targeted for kids, so that's why it's so easy, if it were hard for adults, then it would be impossible for kids to spot.

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    • I know, I know, but mysteries in Scooby Doo are fair. Clues are given to the people watching and kids learn that the clues are needed to solve the mystery (I know the message was chaotic). But the culprits were only people in the trailer and were almost identical as the ghosts - even if they weren't disguised as the ghosts themselves. BCSD and WNSD broke the formula and you can't spot the culprits without analizing the clues. Got the point?

      In other words, too easy even for LEGO Scooby Doo.

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    • As with BCSD, it's less about making suspects, and more about story. But most of them ended up being culprits for different reasons, so there was a twist, that might've surprised you.

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    • Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote: As with BCSD, it's less about making suspects, and more about story. But most of them ended up being culprits for different reasons, so there was a twist, that might've surprised you.

      It reminds me of the opposite of what Rock and Roll Mystery was. It had a lot of suspects, but the story was terrible.

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    • Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:

      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote: As with BCSD, it's less about making suspects, and more about story. But most of them ended up being culprits for different reasons, so there was a twist, that might've surprised you.

      It reminds me of the opposite of what Rock and Roll Mystery was. It had a lot of suspects, but the story was terrible.

      Rock and Roll Mystery is easily my least favorite Scooby-Doo movie ever.

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    • I didn't even watch it; it simply looks bad.

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    • I don't like LEGO, first LEGO Scooby-Doo film was hopeless. I'm afraid what will happen this time.

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    • Why do you don't like LEGO? It stimulates creativity and imagination. And there are many themes, you can build your own constructions from any franchise.

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    • It's boring.

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    • IS boring not it's, and it's not boring, unless you only build the sets and do not play.

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    • LEGO animation allows for a new experience, and while LEGO Shaggy can be weird sometimes (it's weird hearing Matthew Lillard talk out of a LEGO version of Shaggy), it is a nice change. I've also liked watching LEGO Marvel.

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    • I think the biggest gripe I have with LEGO animation, is how the characters life? They can remove their hair, even their heads, none of which hurts them.

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    • Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote: I think the biggest gripe I have with LEGO animation, is how the characters life? They can remove their hair, even their heads, none of which hurts them.

      Yeah, these are the annoying LEGO jokes about wchich Thibo wrote, i suppose.

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