What's so great about Scoob? It's a TV comedy TV serie from Britain and has been named one of the best TV shows of the last ten years. The cast includes such notable names as Rachel Weisz, Michael Sheen, David Mitchell, and Helen Mirren. Although it's an American series, it was actually co-created by ITV's Chief Executive, Sir Ian McKellen.
The first episode of Scoob! is funny, heartwarming, and to my surprise, quite poignant. The first episode begins with a brief synopsis of Scooby Doo, which includes a rather eerie image of a lady, Margaret Brundage, whose body was eaten by the Great Depression monster, Frankenstein's Monster.
It also sets the tone for the whole TV serie, with a fairly creepy opening scene. That scene sets the tone for what is to come, as the movie introduces us to the three teens, Billy, Dennis, and Fred, who are roommates. They get caught up in a sinister plot that is aimed at harming children and they end up having to deal with various other children in their neighborhood.
The writing is interesting and very well done and Diane Metal (the actress playing Fred) is terrific. She is portrayed by the actress Imogen Poots. Not only does she get to portray a great character, but she also gets to act her heart out in a soap opera type way. In addition, they cast Angelique Cabral (the actress playing his girlfriend Valerie) as the lead character and she plays the role well.
This movie's story line is really unique and the actors do an excellent job. Of course, there are no shortage of hilarious scenes in this film. Although the kids are all pretty well dressed (as they should be), I found that I loved the dressing up scenes more than the action scenes. The "juicy bits" are a bit over the top but are definitely part of the crazy thing that you do when you have a normal family. The voices of the actors are very well done, especially those of David Mitchell (the lead character, Dennis) and Rachel Weisz (the actress playing Margaret). And, I can't say enough about Imogen Poots, as I really felt like she was the real-life Margaret Brundage in this movie. However, this is a movie that everyone should see.
If you have not watched this movie, or seen it on TV yet, you might want to consider downloading Scoob! eBooks from the Internet.
It is really interesting to watch this series, because it really focuses on the characters that the series created. It's a great show to add to your TV collection because it doesn't feature any type of violence or adult content.