Scooby-Doo! WrestleMania Mystery

2014

Action / Animation / Comedy / Family / Mystery

178
IMDb Rating 6.4 10 2181

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John Cena as John Cena
Matthew Lillard as Shaggy Rogers
Mary McCormack as Ms. Richards
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698.59 MB
1280*720
English
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23.976 fps
1hr 24 min
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English
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23.976 fps
1hr 24 min
P/S 0 / 13

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Stephen Bird 3 / 10

Capitalistic indulgence

Hand it to the juggernaut that is the WWE to ruin an all time classic children's cartoon.

What is it the WWE are aiming for, are they trying to literally take over the world or something? They're poking their noses into pretty much everything trying to make a name for themselves.

You're a wrestling company, you should concentrate on wrestling, or sports entertainment whatever you label yourselves as these days, using Scooby Doo as a platform for success and mainstream attention is about as shallow as it gets.

Anyhow, as for the overall quality of the film itself, I wasn't impressed, but it was at least watchable. The phantom bear was, well what exactly was it? And what has a phantom bear got to do with the WWE anyway? They could've come up with a more appropriate villain, like the spirit of a long dead wrestler coming back for vengeance.

A Scooby Doo-WWE crossover had so much potential, but they ruined it purely out of self indulgence, so much so that they created a whole city based around themselves: WWE City!

The correct way to do a film like this would be:

No WWE City and don't base it around Wrestlemania

Have Scooby and the gang turn up to one of WWE's events somewhere in America, but the event is haunted and ruined by the wrestler spirit (the villain), Vince McMahon and his company approach Scooby, Shaggy etc to help them investigate the case. Actual wrestlers can get involved and it can be classic Scooby Doo, in the end they discover the wrestler spirit is actually a "fictitious" wrestler WWE haven't long employed, he was fed up of being held back and not given the spotlight despite all his hard work in the ring.

That's how it should've been done!

And the actual star power in the film, Sin Cara playing the joint lead alongside John Cena, only in cartoons would that happen, never once happened in real life, Sin Cara is a jobber at best who has made more botches in his matches than anyone else ever has, and they give him the spotlight in this film, on the same level as John Cena?

Weak, self indulgent film that I'd avoid watching, even for the most die hard WWE or Scooby Doo fans, just not worth it, I gave it a 3/10 purely because I can't bring myself to give anything Scooby Doo related lower, actually worth a 2/10.

Reviewed by generationofswine 7 / 10

An Honest Review

Hmmmmmm...

I really don't know how to feel about this.

I mean, I can see Scooby and Shaggy as being WWF fans. I can see them being the types of rubes that don't understand that it's all fake. that works.

But the Bear? Really, it doesn't fit for a big bad.

And the show is a bit over-the-top even for Scooby Doo. It is all a little bit too much and builds up to yet another forgettable ending.

It's a negative in oh so many ways. It doesn't work, especially as a Scooby Doo movie.

So there is all of that weighted against it....

BUT, it was funny and it had moments where it moved from funny to hysterical.

So even though it doesn't work as movie, it passes only on the strength of its humor.

Reviewed by Peadar_Toner_619 10 / 10

One of the greats

All I'm saying is...

This movie is one of the best movies I have ever seen, and I'm 50 years of age. Why?

The horror is amazing, the suspense is palpable, the voice acting is impeccable, the animation is flawless, the characters are lovable and the ending? Timeless

This films production value is outstanding, and its budget has to reflect this. I loved seeing my favourite WWE characters meet my favourite TV characters AKA Meddling Kids.

All I can do is recommend this Enjoy

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