Scooby Doo is one of the most popular children's mystery solving shows on tv, and in 2002, there was a movie recreation which made children even more fond over the show. The plot of the film begins after the mystery solving gang solves the difficult Luna Ghost mystery, but has caused them to argue with one another, and this makes them to leave their separate ways. After two years pass, Scooby Doo and Shaggy Rogers are approached to solve a popular mystery of the horror resort called Spooky Island. This then leads to the reuniting of Velma Dinkley, Free Jones, and Daphne Blake.
The gang then visits one of the most abandoned ghost castles where Daphne then finds a tetrahedron-shaped artifact that can lead to the solving of this mystery. The rest of the gang then finds a bunch of clues that lead them to the mystery of the island. After they go back home, Daphne, Velma, Fred, and a couple other tourists are then kidnapped by a couple of the islands demons. The next day they come back, Shaggy and Scooby Doo notice something very strange going on with their friends as if they were possessed. After a couple strange events constantly occurring, Scooby then falls inside of a hole, and Shaggy follows to save him.
In the end, Shaggy finds the gangs souls which were captured by the demons, and Velma finds out the demons die from sunlight. However, Fred and Daphne end up in each others bodies, but right when the gang thinks everything is fine, Scooby is kidnapped by the mastermind of the entire stealing of souls. The story may be all fiction and a bit childish, but it definitely is funny and worth watching. Plenty of people will find the film as funny and really exciting, but there will be certain people that won't find it as very entertaining. It all boils down on the point of view of the viewer, but it definitely is the perfect film for children. Although the film only received a 4.4 from a 10, it was still able to earn a whopping $275,650,703. The film is perfect for the young children and can be viewed by all kinds of people. The movie is definitely worth watching even for the adults of the family, and can be a great way to enjoy a kid-friendly movie without having to worry about adult situations.
Despite the film not having the worlds most complex film, it still is very enjoyable to watch. Everyone in all ages will find this movie to really bring back memories from their childhood. The movie is funny, mysterious, and really interesting, making it a very fun movie to watch.
- Sarah Michelle Gellar, Matthew Lillard, Linda Cardellini, Neil Fanning, Scott Innes
- Warner Bros. Pictures
- Raja Gosnell