I won't go to say this is the best of the Scooby Doo movies, but it wasa very good watch. The animation is very bright and colourful, and thescore and songs were quite catchy and memorable. The story has itspredictable parts admittedly, but I loved the twist which was differentand I certainly wouldn't have guessed it. The film moves quickly,though some of it particularly in the build up towards the climax was alittle rushed. The dialogue is very humorous and fun, while thecharacters are likable and the sound effects decent. The voice actingis excellent on the whole. Frank Welker doesn't have that much to do asScooby sadly, but Casey Kasem is a hoot as Shaggy, while ChristineBaranski is very effective, Oded Fehr does a good job with a nicecharacter and Ron Perlman is fun. The best of the lot comes fromVirginia Madsen who is just brilliant as Cleopatra. She doesn't have asmuch to do, but she is both sinister and mysterious. All in all, a funScooby Doo film. 7/10 Bethany Cox
Scooby-Doo! in Where's My Mummy? (2005) 1080p YIFY Movie
Scooby-Doo! in Where's My Mummy? (2005) 1080p
Scooby-Doo in Where's My Mummy? is a video starring Frank Welker, Casey Kasem, and Mindy Cohn. Scooby-Doo and the Mystery Inc. gang become involved in a supernatural mystery in Egypt.
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Scooby-Doo and the Mystery Inc. gang become involved in a supernatural mystery in Egypt.
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Reviewed byTheLittleSongbirdVote: 7/10/10
Could be worse.
the jokes about the over-the-top reality TV shows are sooooo worth theprice of admission. Especially if you are like me and inclined to hatethem for the forced drama and, well, the horrible taste of them all.
It's nice to see Scooby mocking them.
The Problem is Egypt. It wasn't exactly Egypt enough. It felt like justabout anywhere else and Egypt is sort of a really big deal for a vanfull of American teens to visit.
Instead it felt more like an establishing shot and the old west. Verylazy for Scooby Doo.
The plus side is that the mystery is solid and the jokes landed, evenif it did all feel a bit lack luster.
Okay, we understand that a Scooby-Doo mystery is not going to be in the same league as a Citizen Kane mystery. But Scooby has good movies and bad movies just like any other Mega-Star. I'm pleased to say that Where's My Mummy is in the former category.
Velma is assisting an archaeological dig in Egypt (on the Sphinx no less) when she finds a mysterious necklace which could be the key to Cleopatra's lost treasure. I've never heard of such treasure, but for the sake of the movie, we'll pretend it exists. The rest of the Mystery Inc. gang turn up to visit her but the site is promptly taken over by Amelia von Butch (Christine Baranski), a gun-ho Lara Croft-type and her band of cohorts.
Despite warnings of ancient curses she forces the Mystery Inc. gang and an obnoxious reality-TV host (Jeremy Piven) to enter the tomb with her to solve it's secrets and find the treasure. Immediately setting-off traps, Shaggy and Scooby are separated from the rest of the gang (not on purpose for a change) and get involved in their own mystery of a deranged Hotep (Ron Pearlman) and his followers who worship a strange God known as Scoobis and his servant Shagman.
Both stories are kept lively and entertaining until they merge into one. There's not a moment of boredom and, as usual, a couple of cool original songs too. But sadly, no new version of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You at all. To compare it with similar films like Indiana Jones, Tomb Raider or even The Goonies would be pointless. Yes, we've seen this kind of thing before but animation is a medium that present more opportunities than live-action and there's loads of inventive set-pieces and imaginative locations that have become the standard of modern Scooby-Doo outings.
And what do you know? It even manages to provide a rather surprising twist at the end. We know it's far-fetched and unbelievable as always, but it ties together pretty well, thus making the film a little bit better a little bit more.
As long as their is imagination behind this franchise, Scooby-Doo could go on forever. He may deliver a few duds from time to time (Monster of Mexico was extremely crap after all) but he still a very important character in modern animation and will always come out on top if we believe in him.
Or am I taking this too seriously?