IT HAS GROWN ON ME
Jared Insell | Canada | 03/19/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I used to hate this one but I kept watching it and watching it and watching and now I like it a lot but it is not classic Scooby Doo however it shows some clips from old episodes which is a bit of a plus.There are still some funny stuff in this video but for older t.v. fans. Lots of seventies t.v. spin offs that make the movie better than it looks.Overall this is not bad could have been better could have been worse. I loved the Groove!!! Mildly recommended."
Please skip this one, you'll thank me
Sonar | Iowa | 12/12/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"In order to watch this, one must be strapped to a chair with eyes taped open. It's that bad. I'm a fan of Scooby, but this was easily the worst of the bunch I've seen. The story is plodding, the jokes aren't funny, I spent most of the time looking at the clock waiting for it to be over, and the nicest thing I can say about it is that it ended. It's essentially all about how Scooby doesn't fit well in any other Hollywood role but that of crime-fighter with the gang. If you are looking for a good Scooby movie to enjoy, avoid this one and The Reluctant Werewolf. Try Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island; it's a bit scarier than the average Scooby, but the kids love it and you won't need to be duct taped to your recliner to watch it."
The name to remember is Scooby Doo
Stephen Verhaeren | Palos Park, IL USA | 12/24/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Can Scooby Doo get sick and tired of his Saturday morning show and take a job in Hollywood as a tv and movie star? According to Scooby Doo Goes Hollywood, yes he can and does. It starts with Shaggy (Casey Kasem) and Scooby Doo (Don Messick) are filming a new Scooby Doo epoisde. So Shaggy talks Scooby into going from a cowdly dog to serious star and do westerns and even have his won trailer. Shaggy and Scooby go to a network exective named C.J to not only get Scooby his own Tv show and even star in movies. They show him a film called How Scooby Won the West starting, prouced, written and directed by Scooby. C.J doesn't take them seriously and finds it a joke. To prove they are serious they both leave the show and start filming more films and showing them to C.J enough to make him decide that Scooby Doo should go back to his show. The films shown to C.J include Scooby Days and Scooby & Cherie."