Aloha, Scooby-Doo! (2005) is a English movie. Tim Maltby has directed this movie. Casey Kasem,Frank Welker,Mindy Cohn,Grey Griffin are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2005. Aloha, Scooby-Doo! (2005) is considered one of the best Animation,Adventure,Comedy,Family,Mystery movie in India and around the world.
When Daphne is given the opportunity to design clothes for a company in Hawaii, the entire gang travels along with her. As they are leaving for their destination, a man warns them that there are evil spirits on the island, but the gang is doubtful. When they arrive in Hanahuna, they are excited to watch the Big Kahuna of Hanahuna Surfing Contest, which Manu (a local) had won previously. Because the Mayor of the area welcomed everyone including mainlanders to the Surfing Contest, the Wiki Tiki spirit was angered. The gang and everyone in the area are threatened by the demons of the evil Wiki Tiki who also have kidnapped Manu's beautiful girlfriend Snookie.
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This was humorous, entertaining, and refreshingly new in its Scooby tradition. The names are interesting, the mystery keeps you going, and the only complaint I had was that it was relatively easy to figure out. There were a lot of elements to the story and it is well drawn. It is a good pick if you like the newer stories, and the voices are well done as well as the graphics and sound. The kids and I laughed over the names, "Tikki Hikki Wikki" and had a great time with this one! Like many other scooby stories, it was sort of educational for the kids on old mythology as well. We recommend this one!
Since Warners revamped the Scooby-Doo franchise in 1998, feature length mysteries have been inconsistent. The first few had real monsters, with no rubber masks, but far too many disgustingly PC mommies in America complained and the Brothers Warner folded and went back to the "guy in a suit to scare away the locals" stories. A shame. What a surprise then that Scooby's latest adventure is actually quite good, despite its PC shortcomings. This time around the Mystery Inc. gang are in Hawaii, catching some rays and relaxation. Typically, this is the exact moment the local volcano starts brewing over and a big monster called the Wiki-Tiki rears its ugly head, scaring away all of the surfers from the Hunahana resort and kidnapping a local babe. If you are incredibly sad, like me, you will realise this is too much like the 1970 episode, A Tiki Scare Is No Fair. The usual long list of suspects includes a sleazy real estate agent, an ambitious mayor and an eccentric holiday rep (Adam West). And just as soon as their mystery-solving begins, the real culprit is immediately noticeable. It's a poorly written whodunit, but what saves it are crazy set pieces and a varied atmosphere, which keep the mystery interesting, if obvious. Or, at least, obvious to a 24-year-old. It may well come as a surprise to an eight-year-old. Locations, such as the beach, the deep jungle, the catacombs and Auntie Mahina's cabin, are beautifully animated. The best thing about the modern Scooby is that production values are a zillion times what the original 1969 series was. Aloha, Scooby-Doo looks incredibly slick and the eye-popping colour schemes would keep you interested no matter how poor the mystery was. One could accuse the film of being slightly xenophobic and somewhat stereotypical in regards to its Hawaiian setting. But it's no worse than the unrealistic Scotland seen in last year's Scooby-Doo And The Loch Ness Monster. I was also surprised at how little of it actually relies on Scooby (voiced by Frank Welker, who also does Fred). He barely gets a chance to do his thang. Most of the laughs come from the rest of the gang. But, as it is, Aloha, Scooby-Doo is still loads of fun and proves that while the story quality of modern Scoobys remains inconsistent, the animation just gets better and better.
Aloha, Scooby Doo plays in Hawaii and is about a surf competition. This sets the setting for a beautiful environment for the story to take place. All in all the story is a bit too simple and does hardly build up any suspense. This movie gives away a lot by telling you the bad guy right from the start. The usual run and hide game, which is typical for the series, again takes in a prominent role in this movie. On the technical side, the face expressions could have been drawn a bit more carefully to show more emotions. Beside these weaknesses, Scooby makes the audience laugh once in a while, especially when he and Shaggy are trapped in bad situations. Not the best movie ever, but a light "Scooby Snack" to pass some time.
I have to say that when I think of Scooby-Doo I think of laughs, entertainment, enjoyment, and the past few Scooby-Doo cartoon didn't quiet click right as Scooby-Doo and the legend of the vampire was boring and not very good, Scooby-Doo and the monster of Mexico was just OK, and Scooby-Doo and the Loch Ness monster was an improvement, they just didn't compare to the previous Scooby-Doo cartoons. But this one was great, it had non-stop laughs, good twists and turns, while it had an almost predictable ending it couldn't change how good this mystery was. While on a vacation in Hawaii Scooby and the gang go to catch the big kahuna of Hanahuna surfing contest, but before they even get there they find out that the small village is being terrorized by the legendary Wikki Tikki along with his tiny slaves that help scare the people in the town away. They find out that one of the villagers has been kidnapped by the Wikki Tikki and the gang have no other choice but to solve the mystery. Throughout the whole mystery the gang is met with constant laughs, great twists and turns, I couldn't stop smiling through the whole cartoon. While this Scooby-Doo has a very predictable ending it doesn't take anything away from how great this cartoon actually is. The plot and setting returns once again to the original Scooby-Doo where there is a mastermind behind the whole mystery and the by the end they find out the villain is just a man in a mask. This is always something I've enjoyed about these Scooby-Doo cartoons while in the cartoons where the monster were real are still very good I always find the original way is much better as it gives the old feeling back. The storyline this cartoon follows is great, it gives us all a barrel of laughs and a great mystery to watch. Although it has a predictable ending it is still something you will want to watch over and over again. This has to be the best all star voice cast I've ever seen in a Scooby-Doo cartoon so far it has so many great and famous actors such as: Frank Welker as Scooby-Doo and Fred, Mindy Cohn as Velma, Grey Delisle as Daphne, Casey Kasem as Shaggy, Tia Carrere as Snookie, Mario Lopez as Manu Tuiama, Teri Garr as Mayor Molly Quinn and they even have Adam West as Jared Moon. This all star voice cast does an excellent job great job at the character they are playing. By the time the cartoon was over nothing could take the smile off my face and it was defiantly one of the best Scooby-Doo cartoons I have seen in a while and it is guaranteed to bring smiles to the faces of all the people that watch it no matter what age. So make sure you rent or buy Aloha, Scooby-Doo because you will want to watch it over and over again, and forget about the predictable ending and just sit back and enjoy. Overall score: ******** out of ********** **** out of *****
This movie really had no let downs for me. The setting is stunning and down with great animation. I would recommend this movie based just on that. The plot is fairly good as well. It takes a while to figure out who did the crime. There are some good laughs along the way as well. I can't say anything bad about the characters, they all seemed to live up to expectation. I thought scooby could have been a little more involved though. As I mentioned briefly before, the animation was done very well. At points everything looked 3D rather than cartoon. The opening and closing songs were pretty good as well. All in all, scooby doo fans cannot miss this one, it;s definitely one of the best out of the movies that have been produced within the last decade.