Review: `Scoob!’ works fine on the small screen

With the coronavirus shutting down movie theaters,

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With the coronavirus shutting down movie theaters, "Scoob!" was released straight to digital.

Ethan Coulehan, Staff Writer

Scoob! was supposed to be released in theaters, but with the coronavirus, Warner Bros. sent this movie straight to digital. 

Scoob! is a fun animated film that follows Scooby and the gang as they try to solve their most challenging mystery yet. The gang also has to stop the villain Dick Dastardly and his villainous plan, with help from the Blue Falcon, Dee Dee Skyes, and Dynomutt.  

The film has a stacked voice cast and they all do a great job. Mark Wahlberg, Zac Efron, and Gina Rodriguez all nail their voice roles. Will Forte is a great Shaggy and he is easily the funniest character in the movie.

Scoob! is entertaining but it never feels like it belonged in theaters. This movie doesn’t have a big blockbuster scene that makes viewers feel like they are in the movie theater. It feels like a small digital film, which is why Warner Bros. made the right decision to put it on digital. 

The film is still entertaining and watchable, though. During these tough times it is nice to watch a funny and entertaining movie.