When I watched it as a kid, the 1970s originals had the animation done in the most irritating process. The characters all moved their bodies like quadrupeds 90% of the time unless there was a chase scene. You'd see a human char move his/her head a few inches back/forth with eye movement and shoulder hump, and that was it. Scooby wasn't allowed to bounce around like a real dog he'd be restricted as if his back was broken in moving his withers barley a centimeter or his stiffles were as solid as a rock. His hind feet looked like they were permanently broken as the pastern was routinely always bent.
Eh. Despite liking cosmic horror and Harlan Ellison I had a suprisingly hard time getting into that one. The characters kind of all acted like really obnoxious exagerrations of themselves; which was sort of always been an issue from reboot to reboot but I felt like it was really obnoxious there.Mystery Incorporated is the best iteration
I hate the fact it's 20 bucks for a movie and not a disc copy I can touch. There's always the magic internet fairies to get it from.So aparently, even though America is opening up slowly, movie theatres aren't opening up yet, so Scoob is being released on streaming services on Friday.
Also isn't kind of overkill that there are many recent movies, put on streaming services? I mean it is okay yeah, but the way it is going with the high prices to see these recent movies may turn streaming into the new movie theatre. Which is kind of ironic since people thought that streaming services will become the next cable. Looks like there predictions were close but no cigar.
I think that concept was introduced in a Pup Named Scooby Doo or that one terrible live action movieI haven't seen any of the more recent Scooby Doo shows so I don't know if this is an old development or not, but I genuinely like the idea of Scooby Doo being named after Scooby Snacks. (I always had the impression it was the other way around in the old show, even though that doesn't make any sense.)
I watched A Pup Named Scooby Doo, and I don't remember that being a part of it. (But I could totally be wrong.)I think that concept was introduced in a Pup Named Scooby Doo or that one terrible live action movie
I mean, Captain Caveman could totally fit into a Scooby Doo movie. Remember that crossover episode in Mystery Incorporated?Is Captain Caveman still in it or did the execs realize he’s from the wrong Hanna-Barbera property?
Because that’s like Fantastic Max (anyone remember that?) meeting with with Yogi Bear and Mr. Spacely from the Jetsons.