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Scooby-Doo

Freddie Prinze Jr, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Matthew Lillard, Linda Cardellini, Rowan Atkinson

Directed by Raja Gosnell
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June 5, 2002

Get out your pooper-scoopers. Doo happens June 14th, warn the ads for Scooby-Doo. And they say there's no truth in Hollywood. The $90 million film version of the Hanna-Barbera cartoon TV series is allegedly live action. But that blond wig on star Freddie Prinze Jr. is morgue-ready. And don't buy the claim that Scooby, the cowardly Great Dane, is the only thing computer-generated. Nothing human could have produced a script with emotions as plastic as co-star Sarah Michelle Gellar's go-go boots. As Shaggy (Matthew Lillard) puts it to Scoob: "Zoinks!" Since there's more than one dog in the summer kennel, let's scan the latest releases for the uberstink of Doo.

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