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A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this movie.
Some positive messages about teamwork, friendship, and courage.
Positive Role Models
At times Scooby and Shaggy are a little braver than usual in an effort to help their new friend. Velma uses her clever detective skills to put a complicated mystery together. Daphne and Frank are brave and stand up to villains. Though Krypto doesn't speak, he's friendly and brave and helps the Mystery Inc. team to solve the problems.
Mostly White cast with diverse supporting characters from different racial backgrounds. The mayor, a minor character, is a Black woman. The women are strong and influential leaders.
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Violence & Scariness
Cartoon violence includes laser eyes, fire phantoms, claw-grabbing, slashing, and chasing. Supervillains chase the Mystery Inc. gang and toss them around and cause explosions and lots of destruction. Some characters are zapped by a fire being. Injuries don't last long.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Jimmy Olsen calls Daphne his girlfriend when they were actually just summer camp friends. Fred gets jealous anyway, and tries to impress her. Fred and Daphne hold hands when they're in peril and have a brief flirtatious moment. A character kisses another on the cheek.
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Language includes some insults such as "dirtbag."
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Products & Purchases
Off-screen promotion and merchandising for the Scooby-Doo and DC Universe franchises.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Scooby-Doo! And Krypto, Too! is an animated mystery crossover with animated violence and peril. In this installment, Scooby (voiced by Frank Welker) and the gang must crack a case involving the disappearance of the Justice League. Violence includes laser eyes, fire phantoms, claw-grabbing, slashing, and kryptonite as a weapon. Viewers familiar with Scooby-Doo stories will recognize the familiar chase sequences. Supervillains cause explosions and lots of destruction. Injuries don't last long. Younger viewers could find the movie's floating fire monsters scary. A character uses the insult "dirtbag" a couple of times. There's mild flirting between characters, strong female characters, and a little racial diversity. Audiences might notice some positive themes promoting teamwork and not giving up. To stay in the loop on more movies like this, you can sign up for weekly Family Movie Night emails.
Is It Any Good?
Scooby-Doo! And Krypto, Too! brings together two iconic universes, merging the world of Mystery Inc. with the realm of DC comics in an amusing and entertaining animated crossover. When the Justice League mysteriously vanishes, Metropolis descends into chaos, with supervillains running amok. In this dire situation, the lovable Scooby-Doo gang is called upon to lend their unique investigative skills to uncover the truth behind the disappearance of the superheroes.
The premise is a delightful twist on the classic Scooby-Doo formula, as the gang finds themselves in a world filled with capes and superpowers. The phantom lurking in the Hall of Justice adds a spooky element to the mix, making it a case tailor-made for our beloved mystery solvers. The story has a steady stream of enjoyable gags and clever twists that playfully poke fun at both Scooby-Doo and DC properties. The movie's strength lies in its ability to keep the audience entertained throughout, making it a fun-filled ride that fans of both Scooby and DC Comics can appreciate. While it may not break new ground in terms of storytelling, it delivers a fun and engaging experience for fans of all ages.
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