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The Master of Chaos and Lord of Crossovers.

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My Review of Straight Outta Nowhere: Scooby-Doo meets Courage the Cowardly Dog · 11:24pm September 27th

Rating Scale:

12/10—a complete masterpiece; flawless and outstanding
11/10—Excellent, near-perfect film
10/10—the standard rating; awesome film with a couple of flaws
9/10—a wonderful film with several flaws
8/10–a great film with numerous flaws but not enough to ruin it
7/10—a fun and entertaining movie; not great but still enjoyable
6/10—a slightly above average film; it is something I might watch again
5/10—mediocre movie; not awful but not great either
4/10—a below average film; it could have been much better
3/10—a bad film; poorly written and poorly executed
2/10—a very bad movie; the few good things in the movie overshadowed by the bad things
1/10—a terrible movie; a total waste of time
0/10—a worthless piece of abomination; should have never been made

Greetings to everyone! This is Mr. J here with another movie review for today! I will now be reviewing this recent crossover that just came outta nowhere: Scooby-Doo meeting Courage the Cowardly Dog. I must admit that this crossover was the one we didn’t deserve but it was the one we needed. Even though I wasn’t always a fan of Courage: the Cowardly Dog, it was still a very fun show to watch back in the day. Even now, I have a soft spot for it. As far as the Scooby-Doo franchise is concerned, I’m also not a fan of it, but it is still a fun one to watch here and there. So seeing two fearful mutts together on screen for the first time was a wonderful treat and it made total sense to me.

This whole film was really entertaining to watch as we see both shows colliding together on a scary and intriguing adventure that will challenge them like never before.

The animation looks fantastic, and the voice acting was top-notch.

I particularly enjoyed the vocal performances of Frank Welker as Scooby-Doo (more as Scooby-Doo than Fred since I don’t like Fred that much) and Matthew Lillard as Shaggy. Plus, I thought this film was a perfect send off to Thea White’s lovely performance as Muriel Bagge. May she rest in peace , for she will never be forgotten.

The plot was also very interesting. It reveals the threat of giant, monstrous cicadas destroying everything in their path and trying to kill our heroes in one swoop. With the teamwork efforts of both Courage and Scooby, our main characters stick together to find out the mystery behind these creatures and who is responsible for these schemes.

I was actually surprised to see Le Quack and Katz in this as a surprise twist at the end. Seeing them onscreen brought back fond memories of seeing them in their show years ago on Cartoon Network.

The character development was well-done in my opinion. Even though some of the one-liners seemed a little cliche and awkward, the film still did a decent job telling the moral of standing up in the face of fear which is maintaining true courage in spite of the odds.

Overall, it’s a great treat and fan-service to all those who are fans of both shows and a perfect way to bring both worlds together. As the Lord of Crossovers, I give this a solid 9/10!

Peace out, Scooby-Doo!

Comments ( 6 )

Haven't seen it yet, but is it that good

Yes it is. Give it a shot. You won’t regret it. :raritywink:

Out of curiosity…what were your thoughts on Kate Micucci’s portrayal as Velma?

I was just wondering. Sometimes, I can’t help but find Micucci to be an odd choice for the part.

I enjoyed it. I had to pause many times to see the photos of Courage villains and I'm glad I was able to recognize them.

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