Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed Reviews

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March 25, 2004
Scooby-Doo 2 looks like a Saturday morning cartoon and unfortunately feels like one, too.
March 25, 2004
A special effects bonanza that plays like an incredibly elaborate theme park ride, Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed could be a tough go for those not already Scooby-Doo fans.
March 25, 2004
It's silly stuff, but the cast is likable, and the chemistry between real-life husband and wife Prinze and Gellar is affecting.
March 25, 2004
Law of diminishing returns has caught up with this franchise.
March 25, 2004
Imagine you are given a free pass to go on every ride at Great Adventure, but the fine print stipulates that you have only 90 minutes in which to do them all ... This, more or less, is the Scooby-Doo experience.
March 25, 2004
The filmmakers are once again able to attract comic talent to languish in underwritten villain roles (Peter Boyle), and Scooby Doo still looks more like a bobble-head doll in the rear window of a Gremlin than a dog or a cartoon.
March 25, 2004
There's nothing overtly better or worse about this sequel.
March 25, 2004
To call this a movie a dog would also be an insult to canines, so let's just say Scooby-Doo 2 is a Scooby-Don't.
March 23, 2004
Eventually gets bogged down in simplistic 'be yourself' moralizing destined to fail with its target audience.
March 22, 2004
A loud, obnoxious mess of lame humor, CGI overload and (jinkies!) the Mystery Inc. gang stopping the action dead to confront their own personal demons during extended self-analysis sessions.
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