(Full review coming soon)
While certainly not the best Scooby-Doo has to offer, this movie offers many laughs and lots of cartoon gags are in the movie, as well as a lot of new ones. I remember watching this as a kid and loving it so much, now I still love it, but I've started to notice that some of the jokes are a bit off and that the story isn't really the best of Scooby-Doo universe. The best thing in the movie is Matthew Lillard. He is so believable as Shaggy and he nailed the role! From the voice to the walk, he's the perfect Shaggy (even since Casey Kasem left Scooby Doo he voiced Shaggy, ever since 2010)! There are many funny jokes, but also some which are cringe-worthy. The CGI for that time was great, but now it's very distracting and you can tell what is CGI and what isn't. If you're looking for a good cartoon adaptation this is one of the best I've seen, though I prefer the 2nd Scooby-Doo movie much more. All in all, a good adaptation of the cartoon that is true to the spirit of it and offers great acting and some good jokes, though the story isn't the strongest. Would recommend for Scooby-Doo fans!