Surprisingly better than the first film
Even though I disliked the first Scooby-Doo film, I enjoyed this film a lot and still do. The CGI is still kind of silly, but I thought the script was a lot better and the monsters were a lot cooler. Also, the film was slightly truer to the original series than the first film, adding in a lot more slapstick action sequences and abandoning the innuendos of the first film. Matthew Lillard is as cool as ever in his role as Shaggy, Seth Green was great as the museum curator, and the CGI Scooby is slightly more believable than in the first film. Not only will this please young ones, but older kids will like it too.
This title contains:
Violence & scariness