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    The Mystery Inc. gang have gone their separate ways and have been apart for two years, until hey are mysteriously joined together to solve a case on Spooky Island. Not knowing that the others have also been invited, they show up and discover an amusement park that affects young visitors in very strange ways. But is the island really haunted, or is there just a sinister individual behind all the ride malfunctions and creepy, crawly creatures? If so, who could it be? Fred, Daphne, Velma, Shaggy and Scooby soon realize that they cannot solve this mystery without help from each other.
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  • Actors of "Scooby-doo"

  • Characters of "Scooby-doo"

    Fred Jones. Character of Scooby-doo
    Daphne Blake. Character of Scooby-doo
    Shaggy Rogers. Character of Scooby-doo
    Velma Dinkley. Character of Scooby-doo
    Mondavarious. Character of Scooby-doo
    Played by: Rowan Atkinson
    Mary Jane. Character of Scooby-doo
    Played by: Isla Fisher
    Voodoo Maestro. Character of Scooby-doo
    N' Goo Tuana. Character of Scooby-doo
    Played by: Steven Grives
    Sugar Ray Leonard. Character of Scooby-doo
    Zarkos. Character of Scooby-doo
    Played by: Sam Greco
    Velma's Friend. Character of Scooby-doo
    Brad. Character of Scooby-doo
    Old Man Smithers. Character of Scooby-doo
    Played by: Nicholas Hope
    Scooby-Doo. Character of Scooby-doo
    Played by: Neil Fanning
    Scrappy-Doo. Character of Scooby-doo
    Played by: Scott Innes
    Scrappy Rex. Character of Scooby-doo
    Played by: J.P. Manoux
    Tiny Henchman. Character of Scooby-doo
    Island Emissary. Character of Scooby-doo
    Played by: Rio Nugara
    Bartender Dead Mike's. Character of Scooby-doo
    Played by: David Vallon
    Guy in the Vat. Character of Scooby-doo
    Played by: Troy MacKinder
    Carol. Character of Scooby-doo
    Played by: Michala Banas
    Training Video Woman. Character of Scooby-doo
    Played by: Holly Brisley
    Training Video Guy #2. Character of Scooby-doo
    Played by: Robert Díaz
    Melvin Doo. Character of Scooby-doo
    Played by: Martin Broome
    Co-Ed. Character of Scooby-doo
    Fitzgibbon. Character of Scooby-doo
    Coast Guard #2. Character of Scooby-doo
    Airport Attendant. Character of Scooby-doo
    Played by: Kyas Sherriff
    Airport Family. Character of Scooby-doo
    Spooky Hotel Bartender. Character of Scooby-doo
    Played by: Kurt Duval
    Co-Ed Hottie. Character of Scooby-doo
    Played by: Janis McGavin
    Autograph Seeker. Character of Scooby-doo
    Played by: Emily Gosnell
    Cavern Henchman. Character of Scooby-doo
    Creatures. Character of Scooby-doo
    Played by: Jess Harnell
  • Directors of "Scooby-doo"

    Raja Gosnell. Director of Scooby-doo
    Raja Gosnell
    Birthdate: 9 December 1958, Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Creators of "Scooby-doo"

    James Gunn. Director of Scooby-doo
    James Gunn
    Birthdate: 5 August 1970, Saint Louis, Missouri, USA
    Craig Titley. Director of Scooby-doo
    Craig Titley
  • Critic Reviews of "Scooby-doo"

    Chicago Tribune
    July 20, 2002

    Scooby-Doo knows when to take itself seriously and when to laugh at itself -- even if its audience isn't laughing along at every gag.

    Ebert & Roeper
    June 19, 2002

    The acting is stiff, the story lacks all trace of wit, the sets look like they were borrowed from Gilligan's Island -- and the CGI Scooby might well be the worst special-effects creation of the year.

    Village Voice
    June 18, 2002

    As this movie knows what it is, Scooby-Doo's a relatively painless 85 minutes.

    June 18, 2002

    Much funnier than it has any right to be, and filled with just enough inside jokes to please longtime fans of the cartoon franchise.

    June 18, 2002

    The movie drags, and the occasional bursts of mirth and self-referential humor can't save it from bogging down.

    L.A. Weekly
    June 16, 2002

    The source material here is flimsy to begin with, and neither Gunn nor Gosnell seems to know how to flesh it out.

    Common Sense Media
    December 28, 2010

    Too scary for most kids, too dumb for most teens.

    Combustible Celluloid
    November 19, 2010

    What really makes this movie special is Matthew Lillard's inspired performance as Shaggy. It's not only a dead-on impersonation of the cartoon character, but it also comes with a certain kind of unique joy and a genuine soul.

    Cinema Crazed
    April 29, 2009

    "Scooby Doo" really didn't need a big screen adaptation, and this terribly unfunny, weird live action variation proves it.

    Cinema em Cena
    October 05, 2005

    O roteiro é, na melhor das hipóteses, medíocre, mas o charme dos personagens acaba se refletindo na tela grande.

    January 12, 2004

    Far more dull and just plain dumb than it ever is funny.

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