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Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed

Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed ★★ 2004 (PG)

Those meddling kids are at it again! During their enshrinement into the Coolsonian Criminology Museum for all their prior dogood acts, all the ghosts and goblins on display suddenly come back to life and the gang sets out to unmask the culprit responsible. Shaggy (Lillard) and the CGI Scooby do not disappoint but this second act is weighed down with specialeffects action sequences that play more violently (cartoonish, but still) than its predecessor. Seth Green is fun to watch as the museum's curator and Velma's love interest. 93m/C DVD . US Freddie Prinze Jr., Sarah Michelle Gellar, Linda Cardellini, Matthew Lillard, Seth Green, Peter Boyle, Tim Blake Nelson, Alicia Silverstone; D: Raja Gosnell; W: James Gunn; C: Oliver Wood; M: David Newman; V: Neil Fanning, Ian Abercrombie. Golden Raspberries '04: Worst Remake/Sequel.

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