Aloha Scooby-Doo is an animated, feature length film showcasing the gang's adventures as they take a holiday in the Hawaiian Islands. But they get more than they bargain for and end up having to solve yet another mystery, this time amongst an island paradise! Daphne has been invited to the islands by the head of fashion label Goha Aloha, to show him some of her designs. The rest of the gang tag along on the all-expenses paid trip and are having a great time . . . until they go to meet Daphne's contact in the small town of Hanahuna. Along the way they find all the town's inhabitants fleeing, citing evil spirits running amok as the reason! Upon reaching Hanahuna it is explained to them by the few remaining locals that the evil Wiki Tiki spirits, that reside in the nearby volcano, are upset about a new condo development that is in the works and that mainlanders have now been allowed to enter the Big Kahuna of Hanahuna surf contest. Mystery, Inc. have a hard time believing the evil spirits are genuine (well, except for Scooby and Shaggy of course!), so with the aid of Hanahuna's hometown surf hero they set out to solve the mystery. Adventure and hilarity ensue until the evildoer is unmasked in the good old Scooby-Doo style! This isn't my favourite Scooby-Doo story, but it was very entertaining and best of all it stuck to the formula that made Scooby-Doo so awesome in the first place. I wish more shows would stick with what made them great and not try to change things just for the sake of change itself. If it ain't broke, don't fix it! Isn't that what they say? The animation in this movie was very good, great vibrant colours, and I also really liked the voice cast. Having Adam West appear as the voice of the head of Goha Aloha was an awesome touch!