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Scooby Doo: Curse of the Lake Monster [Blu-ray] [Import]

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  • Format: AC-3, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Release Date: March 1 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004H4N13S

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Off to a resort with summer jobs, the gang stumbles onto a mystery when the Frog Monster of Lake Erie makes an unexpected appearance, scaring away all the guests. Only Mystery Inc. can save the day, but with a creature on the loose, mystical moonstones and summer romance in the air, will they be able to work as a team and solve the crime?

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By YasminK on March 6 2011
Format: DVD
My kids love scooby doo so when they watched Mystery Begins with this same cast they were really disappointed because the cast was so different than the original Scooby Doo movies. This was more of the same thing. The actor that plays Shaggy never gets the voice quite right, Fred has dark hair, Daphne is just not cute enough and Thelma never quite gets the role right. Too bad. For the moment we will go back to the cartoon. But if they ever bring back the original cast from Scooby Doo and Monsters Unleashed we will be the first in line.
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By Louise Price on Nov. 21 2014
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
My 7 year old loves this! April 14 2014
By D. Rosen - Published on
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My 7 year old loves this!! Has watched it a total of 4 times throw week end. Scooby lover. Thumbs up.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Not as good as original, but keeps you interested July 5 2011
By J. E. Romeo - Published on
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I am not the biggest fan of the live action remakes of cartoons. I was completely disappointed with the big budget version of Scooby Doo on the big screen, but was very happy with the Scooby Doo: They Mystery Begins made for TV reboot. So I went into this with high expectations as I suspect other did, and this did not live up to those lofty goals. The first was extremely well done (better as I said than the ones done with much bigger budgets), so this had big shoes to fill, and as is the case many times with sequels, it just couldn't live up to it. That being said, it wasn't as awful as some would lead you to believe either.

Despite a mediocre script and some cheesy things that I can only assume were done for budget constrains, the cast was again excellent and true in their portrayal of their characters. The standard Scooby Doo humor and homage gags are there, though not in as much abundance as the first one.

At $14.99 I think the price is a bit steep and wouldn't buy it unless you are certain you will watch it again, and even then I might consider waiting for the inevitable price drop that will happen... eventually. In the mean time, for most, the rental will be enough to just see it once, be done with it, and to be caught up when (and if) they make a third installment.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
It's a reboot people - it's a new vision Aug. 17 2014
By Brennan - Published on
Format: DVD
This movie as well as it's predecessor are not meant to lead into the first two live action films.. Or even the original cartoon.. It takes place in modern time, with modern technology, Velma's Asian, and Fred's brunette (though there is a joke in this movie where he puts on a blonde wig as a disguise and likes the look) so you have to look at it as a new vision, a reinventing of the scooby brand for live action, and every scooby fan will be happy. So stop complaining about character changes, they didn't change their personalities at all. And the relationship stuff did take over too much of the plot, but they poke fun of that at the end when shaggy and Velma kiss and they agree there's no chemistry (which I very much appreciated, their relationship in the latest series "Mystery Inc was just awkward as it was here - only here it's poked fun at essentially) and even Fred and daphne start dating here but mutually agree they're better staying friends. Everything was handled well. Scooby was missing from many scenes, he must've been too expensive to animate, and I admit it was distracting. And the ending was ruined by the fast forward at the beginning of the film all but giving it away. But fans need to get over Velma being Asian since with her big glasses it's not at all distracting and she brings the character to life, same goes for this dark haired Freddy - come on, it's always implied he bleached his hair, his eyebrows are always black! Overall, the first film was better, as we're the original two, but this was made for TV and it's just as much a new vision as it is a tribute and homage to the original cartoon.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Scooby, Loved by children Feb. 27 2013
By Ronald E Johnson - Published on
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My 5 year old loves this movie and will watch it over and over. He likes movies that are a little scary and creepy. This movie is not that scary, but does have a monster which is all he needs. I give it 3 stars but my son would give it 5.
Surprisingly Good for a small budget (Love letter to the Classic 70 Cartoon) Sept. 17 2015
By Jason Sum - Published on
Format: Blu-ray
I was born in October 1979
so i was lucky enough to experience tv at a very good time
when re-runs hit (So i got to discover some of the best Classic tv from the 70's and early 80's)
Three major things that are my earliest memories
Atari 2600,
The Three Stooges
and Scooby Doo!
Growing up you were either a Classic WB or Disney Kid
Not me I loved Hanna-Barbera they put out Scooby Doo Where Are You! along with The Flintstones, The Jetsons, Top cat and other off-the wall Alt. Comics
I taped this lived action movie not even knowing it was a live action flick
Once it got going i was like eh 5 more min.
For what this is it's pretty amazing they did a lot with so very little (It was a made for tv movie)
The biggest problem with this film is the lack of the main star
Scooby comes and goes (I guess they had budget restrictions?)
When he is on screen he looks so/so sometimes he's CGI F/X looks good other times it's blah and cheap
But, that can be over looked
Frank Welker does the v/o of Scooby and it's spot on when you get him
The rest of the cast is fits the right way (compared to the Studio Version's)
Robbie Amell as Fred (he is the right Fred there's personality there unlike in the Theatrical films)
Kate Melton as Daphne (she is the perfect live action Daphne we never got before too) her look and the voice you can just tell she was trying to do right by the cartoon and the fans!
Hayley Kiyoko as Velma (Perfect Velma spot on the way she moved and talked it's crazy that a tv movie could find lesser known actors (without egos to play parts and give it there all)
Nick Palatas as Shaggy (he is the weak link in the cast but, that's not his fault at all Matthew Lillard is flawless and can't be beat as far as being Shaggy) Nick does the best he can it's a little over the top at times but, if you ever watched the Classic 1970's Scooby Doo Cartoons Shaggy is out-there

There's also some guest-star throw backs in this film
Ted McGinley,
Richard Moll (who hasn't aged a day since Night Court besides growing out his hair!)
Nichelle Nichols,
Marion Ross

The story involves a real supernatural element
The CGI Frog Creature Monster looks ok it's not over the top scary
kind of looks like something out of Gremlins II
It's basic (not sure if it's all digital F/X or what it's like Scooby sometimes it looks good sometimes it's a little off

This is what it is but, for a made for tv movie it's very HQ due to a great cast but, lacking Scooby Doo