Scooby-Doo! Curse of the Lake Monster | Full Movie
Scooby-Doo! Curse of the Lake Monster
- 1h 22m
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While heading to a country club owned by Daphne's uncle, the Mystery Inc. gang stumbles onto strange happenings around the local lake. The pals need to work summer jobs in order to pay for a barn that they recently burned down. After hearing a dire warning from the offbeat old proprietress of a country store, the friends dismiss it as local legend -- until a huge, menacing frog monster attacks the club's opening night party, sending guests flying and members fleeing! Meanwhile, Velma has been acting strangely, and her behavior might have something to do with the glowing moon rocks she's been finding scattered about the property. Also, having watched Daphne and Fred pair off, Shaggy has developed a massive crush on Velma, and even his beloved pooch feels left out. Zoinks! There's romance in the air and a spooky mystery that can only be solved by the fearful foursome-plus-one.
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Common Sense Says
Fun live-action flick is too scary, mature for young kids.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this movie’s live-action style makes all of the content more realistic than kids will be used to from the cartoons, so the multiple monster scenes and frequent perilous situations ensure it’s not for the very young. What’s more, the relationships developing among the characters prompt some discussions about dating that are more suitable for teens than kids, though the movie’s overall silliness makes it a hard sell for these older viewers. That said, those aficionados who can take this latest addition to the Scooby franchise will enjoy the actors’ efforts to bring these characters to life almost as much as they’ll like the humorous references to the original cartoons themselves.
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- Genre:Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Horror, Mystery, Kids, Franchise
- Release Date:March 1, 2011
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD