Scooby-Doo and the Loch Ness Monster (2004) is a English movie. Scott Jeralds,Joe Sichta has directed this movie. Frank Welker,Casey Kasem,Mindy Cohn,Grey Griffin are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2004. Scooby-Doo and the Loch Ness Monster (2004) is considered one of the best Animation,Adventure,Comedy,Family,Fantasy,Mystery movie in India and around the world.
Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, and the Mystery Inc. crew travel to Scotland on vacation and find themselves unexpectedly tackling their biggest monstrosity ever: the Loch Ness Monster! Does it really exist? Early evidence suggests a scary "yes" when something gigantic appears outside the window of Daphne's ancestral family castle. Will Scooby-Doo and crew solve one of history's longest-running mysteries? Keep your paws crossed as this Highland Fling treats you to hilarious Scooby-Doo shenanigans, nail-biting chases and monstrous thrills!
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Scooby Doo and the Monster of Mexico was no doubt the weakest of the modern Scooby Doo animated features. Loch Ness Monster is a considerable improvement. This time the gang head off to Scotland to see the Highland Games and visit Blake castle, Daphne's ancestral home. And wouldn't you know, the castle happens to be in the 'quaint' fishing village of Drumnadrochit, on the shores of Loch Ness. During their stay they meet a few interesting folks. First there is Fiona Pembrooke, a scientist who has drowned all of her money into finding the Loch Ness Monster. Sir Ian Locksley, the boss of the National Heritage Museum of Scotland, he is staunch non-believer of Nessie. The Haggarts, the own a cozy Inn on the shores of the loch. The sons are a couple of local jokers, always into mischief. Del Chilman, a wild, paranoid hippie dude who is convinced the monster is out there and will stop at nothing on find her. And finally, Duncan MacGubbin, the dock master who has seen Nessie too many times to count. Most of these characters are stereotypes, which gets a bit annoying as this is teaching younger audiences a load of crap and giving the wrong impression. However if you can immune yourself to it you'll be alright. Being from Scotland I can't help but wince at the awfully mimicked Scottish accents. Fact: We DON'T sound like that. Soon enough Nessie, looking rather more demonic than 'usual', shows up and causes havoc. Looks like the gang have another mystery on their hands. The usual chase scenes, clues and Shaggy's wacky disguises follow. There are plenty of laughs. The animation is splendid, with some atmospheric scenes and locations. And the plot a lot better than Monster of Mexico. The only bad thing this time around is the music. I miss Louis Febre's scoring and the songs here are pretty rotten too. Where are the Hex Girls when you need 'em? The region 2 DVD is in crystal clear 1.78:1 anamorphic widescreen (the region 1 ain't) with Dolby 5.0 sound. Some okay extras are included. Definitely worth getting.
good job.that's how i would describe this animated Scooby-Doo adventure.this is so far the best of the animated Scooby movies i have seen.i liked the story.i thought it had some depth to to it.the movie is also well paced.it doesn't get boring for a minute.it also has an interesting group of characters(besides Scooby and Shaggy and the gang,of course)plus,the movie was a real blast.i has a lot of fun watching it.i also liked the great Scottish music.it was very catchy and infectious.naturally,we know that Scooby and the Gamg will solve the mystery,but it's still fun getting to that point.the animation is also pretty good for this movie.i would love it if they did a 3D animation Scooby adventure,but we'll just have to wait and see.for me,Scooby-Doo and the Loch Ness monster is a 7/10
One of quite a few cartoon Scooby Doo films, "Scooby Doo and the Loch Ness Monster" turns out to be entertaining, exciting, interesting, funny and also does a surprisingly good interpretation of the Highlands of Scotland. One annoying aspect of the film is the voices of many of the characters - American people trying to sound Scottish in this film are unfortunately not succeeding all that well (although some people do better Scottish accents than others). Daphne has come to the Highlands to see her cousin Shannon and the Highland games at Blake Castle. Gravely Shannon tells the gang that she believes to have seen the Loch Ness Monster. When yet more chaos arises, the Mystery Inc Gang have another mystery on their hands... Good for Scooby Doo fans and for people who want to find out more about Scotland! Enjoy "Scooby Doo and the Loch Ness Monster"! :-)
After not being such a big fan of the previous installment into the Scooby Doo movie series (The Monster of Mexico), this movie was a giant step in the right direction. I thought everything in this movie was very well done, not only the plot, but the voice acting, and the jokes as well. Everyone knows the story of the Lochness Monster, which is where this movie takes place, in Scotland. Daphne's cousin runs the Lochness games, which is in fact terrorized by the Lochness monster, and the rest of the movie is spent trying to view, and capture the reptilian beast, yet Scooby and Shaggy don't seem to have a problem finding him. I definitely do not want to give away anymore of the movie, but I can say that it was very enjoyable, and funny right up until the end, as the jokes in these movies seem to be getting funnier and funnier, as well as the plot deeper and deeper. After enjoying 19 years of Scooby Doo, I can safely say I find the shows better than ever and can not wait until the next movie...
My son Adam (5 years old) is a big Scooby Doo fan. He like this film a lot. He particularly liked when the Loch Ness monster tried to attack Shaggy and Scooby. The vote score is his choice and reflects his love of the characters. Having seen the "Vampire Rock" film first, this, not surprisingly, was very similar as they repeat a well worn basic plot in a different setting. Few adults will come across this without having their own memories of the TV cartoon series and even fewer will watch it without children. You either like this or love it. I loved Scooby Doo for half an hour as a kid, I am happy my son loves it, I can just about put up with it now.