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Technology has helped to make the Scooby-Doo Mystery team bolder and more vivid. Fans of Scooby-Doo will not be disappointed.,
This review is from: Scooby-Doo! Big Top Scooby-Doo! (Blu-ray) (Blu-ray)
Scooby where are you? At the circus! Fred loves the circus. A werewolf is on the loose and stealing jewelry. Scooby and the gang decide to try and find out who it is. It is "Time to Solve Another Mystery." This all leads them to the circus. The owner convinces them that they have to go undercover as performers. This is where my favorite part of the movie is. Scooby is very funny as he can do crazy things like juggling while rolling around on a ball. Thelma gets shot out of a cannon and Fred has to do the trapeze act.
My favorite character is Daphne. She is very pretty and can ride a motorcycle. They do a great job of making all her tricks look real. Scooby and Shaggy will do anything for food and find out that being in the circus has also made them stars. Shaggy becomes a ladies man, and the two stop speaking. That's a big deal when a talking dog stops talking. There are many new characters to meet at the circus, which of course adds to the mystery. I enjoy the circus owner. He looks like a guy who would do that. He seems like he is very helpful but you never know. Things get worse when people start disappearing and become werewolves.
The animation is bright and colorful. Looking back at older episodes you can see that technology has only helped to make the Scooby Doo Mystery team bolder and more vivid. I have always loved Scooby Doo and think all of their cartoons are very funny. This one does not disappoint. I laughed all the way through and I was guessing who the bad guys were. Of course I also kept changing my mind.
You will have to watch this classic animation Scooby Doo to find out: Who is a werewolf? Why is a werewolf stealing jewelry? What is going on with all the people who are missing? Will Shaggy and Scooby kiss and make up? How many Scooby snacks do Shaggy and Scooby eat through the adventure? Plus it comes with more adventures in the bonus features. These were also great to watch. The ages are 6 and up as long as the little ones don't get scared by the werewolves. I give it 4 twinkling stars. Morgan B, KIDS FIRST! Film Critic.
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