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  • Have you watched the DTV Scooby-Doo! Frankencreepy?

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    • Can't say it's their best work, it feels like they've rushed through most of the movie a little too fast. Bringing the villains from the past back again was good, it just could've been better.

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    • Yeah, I agree- it was a great concept but they did rush through it. I thought the editing and transitions were brilliant and the opening credits were amazing. The first time I saw the movie I thought the opening credits were plain and weren't specific to the film but when I rewatched it I saw the brilliant foreshadowing that they did.

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    • But I gotta say, the scheme in this movie is one of the most evil in Scooby history.

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    • Yellowlightning1996 wrote: But I gotta say, the scheme in this movie is one of the most evil in Scooby history.

      Kind of. I mean, they get together on Facebook and started a hate group. In real life, that would be the worst thing you could ever do. In a cartoon? Meh.

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    • The whole film is a complete abomination. It's terribly put together; the editing of each transition is just a complete nightmare to watch. The animation, story, characterizations, music (which sounds like it was taken from the most generic video game and porn music imaginable) is all nastily put together. It's a complete train wreck.

      Daphne is at her worst in this film. It begins with her shallow webchat, which she is desperately using to plug her modelling career. She ends it with a desperate plea to her "Daphanatics" to like her video. On the other hand, she did save Fred's life, so at least there's something good to salvage from her. The complete irony is that the next film has her fly a spaceship, by also trying to push her shallowness as a great quality.

      And don't get me started with Fred's obsession over the Mystery Machine. If Fred wasn't already tied to that thing by a secret love affair, then maybe it could've been truly emotional, but years and years of Fred's creepy relationship with his van leaves it pointless. Again, on the other hand, it seems to kill off this side of him once and for all. True, in the next film, Daphne's knocking it around as if it's a bumper car. And in Scooby-Doo! and the Curse of the 13th Ghost, he sells it, and despite his shock, he lets it go very easily.

      There's also the historical inaccuracies and geographical mishaps that instead of making the film more funny, just make it difficult to understand. The whole film should've just been set in Transylvania, not a village named after Transylvania that for some reason hates the Dinkley family, when it's supposed to be the Romanian land that's supposed to hate her family. Pick one, not both. It's confusing.

      I assume this was supposed to be another love letter from Jim Krieg, but, boy, is this terrible. If Krieg so happens to read this, then sorry I couldn't say the complete opposite.

      It has some very small funny gags, but it's a complete nightmare to watch. The only redeemable feature is the chase song.

      Overall, there's nothing memorable (except for a great chase song, and I don't think that provides any real solace). It's a forgettable chapter. This film is so bad, it's bad.

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    • TheAtomicLight wrote:
      The whole film is a complete abomination. It's terribly put together; the editing of each transition is just a complete nightmare to watch. The animation, story, characterizations, music (which sounds like it was taken from the most generic video game and porn music imaginable) is all nastily put together. It's a complete train wreck.

      Daphne is at her worst in this film. It begins with her shallow webchat, which she is desperately using to plug her modelling career. She ends it with a desperate plea to her "Daphanatics" to like her video. On the other hand, she did save Fred's life, so at least there's something good to salvage from her. The complete irony is that the next film has her fly a spaceship, by also trying to push her shallowness as a great quality.

      And don't get me started with Fred's obsession over the Mystery Machine. If Fred wasn't already tied to that thing by a secret love affair, then maybe it could've been truly emotional, but years and years of Fred's creepy relationship with his van leaves it pointless. Again, on the other hand, it seems to kill off this side of him once and for all. True, in the next film, Daphne's knocking it around as if it's a bumper car. And in Scooby-Doo! and the Curse of the 13th Ghost, he sells it, and despite his shock, he lets it go very easily.

      There's also the historical inaccuracies and geographical mishaps that instead of making the film more funny, just make it difficult to understand. The whole film should've just been set in Transylvania, not a village named after Transylvania that for some reason hates the Dinkley family, when it's supposed to be the Romanian land that's supposed to hate her family. Pick one, not both. It's confusing.

      I assume this was supposed to be another love letter from Jim Krieg, but, boy, is this terrible. If Krieg so happens to read this, then sorry I couldn't say the complete opposite.

      It has some very small funny gags, but it's a complete nightmare to watch. The only redeemable feature is the chase song.

      Overall, there's nothing memorable (except for a great chase song, and I don't think that provides any real solace). It's a forgettable chapter. This film is so bad, it's bad.

      I actually liked it. But everyone's entitled to their own opinion.

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    • SimonTheThespian wrote:
      TheAtomicLight wrote:
      The whole film is a complete abomination. It's terribly put together; the editing of each transition is just a complete nightmare to watch. The animation, story, characterizations, music (which sounds like it was taken from the most generic video game and porn music imaginable) is all nastily put together. It's a complete train wreck.

      Daphne is at her worst in this film. It begins with her shallow webchat, which she is desperately using to plug her modelling career. She ends it with a desperate plea to her "Daphanatics" to like her video. On the other hand, she did save Fred's life, so at least there's something good to salvage from her. The complete irony is that the next film has her fly a spaceship, by also trying to push her shallowness as a great quality.

      And don't get me started with Fred's obsession over the Mystery Machine. If Fred wasn't already tied to that thing by a secret love affair, then maybe it could've been truly emotional, but years and years of Fred's creepy relationship with his van leaves it pointless. Again, on the other hand, it seems to kill off this side of him once and for all. True, in the next film, Daphne's knocking it around as if it's a bumper car. And in Scooby-Doo! and the Curse of the 13th Ghost, he sells it, and despite his shock, he lets it go very easily.

      There's also the historical inaccuracies and geographical mishaps that instead of making the film more funny, just make it difficult to understand. The whole film should've just been set in Transylvania, not a village named after Transylvania that for some reason hates the Dinkley family, when it's supposed to be the Romanian land that's supposed to hate her family. Pick one, not both. It's confusing.

      I assume this was supposed to be another love letter from Jim Krieg, but, boy, is this terrible. If Krieg so happens to read this, then sorry I couldn't say the complete opposite.

      It has some very small funny gags, but it's a complete nightmare to watch. The only redeemable feature is the chase song.

      Overall, there's nothing memorable (except for a great chase song, and I don't think that provides any real solace). It's a forgettable chapter. This film is so bad, it's bad.

      I actually liked it. But everyone's entitled to their own opinion.

      It's probably top 5 Scooby films for me. This and Zombie Island are the only ones that could've been given theatrical releases (with more money for the animation)

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    • TheAtomicLight wrote:

      Yellowlightning1996 wrote: But I gotta say, the scheme in this movie is one of the most evil in Scooby history.

      Kind of. I mean, they get together on Facebook and started a hate group. In real life, that would be the worst thing you could ever do. In a cartoon? Meh.

      They tried to brainwash Velma into murdering her friends

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    • Muddlemore wrote:

      TheAtomicLight wrote:

      Yellowlightning1996 wrote: But I gotta say, the scheme in this movie is one of the most evil in Scooby history.

      Kind of. I mean, they get together on Facebook and started a hate group. In real life, that would be the worst thing you could ever do. In a cartoon? Meh.

      They tried to brainwash Velma into murdering her friends

      Ah, yes.

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    • It was good movie. Only thing I didn't like are those stupid transitions between shots. 

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    • CMButch wrote: It was good movie. Only thing I didn't like are those stupid transitions between shots. 

      I actually thought the transition editing was one of the best aspects of the film! I'll have to rewatch it now and pay more attention to those...

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    • Velma looked... interesting... but how did Daphne not realize she was wearing an inflatable thing? even though this can be explained by "its a poorly planned cartoon" still, seriously!?

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    • Penguino! wrote:
      Velma looked... interesting... but how did Daphne not realize she was wearing an inflatable thing? even though this can be explained by "its a poorly planned cartoon" still, seriously!?

      Suspend your disbelief! It's a show where any random Joe can get a professional looking mask- a realistic fat-suit is not that unbelievable. 

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    • cant you feel it?

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    • Penguino! wrote:
      cant you feel it?

      Suspend your disbelief

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    • No links from cartoon sites, please. I'd hate someone to catch a virus from those.

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    • TheAtomicLight wrote:
      No links from cartoon sites, please. I'd hate someone to catch a virus from those.

      Understood.

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    • At the end, when the gang are in the van and Velma says how they all love each other and blah blah, the animation looked really off to me. And this is something that was coming up a lot at this point, that not quite regular looking animation.

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    • Penguino! do not link to pirate uploads of films. Clips are okay, but not an entire film.

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    • srry, i didn't know

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    • just new here... ill go read the rules

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    • That was a really good film, loved the editing.

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