Scooby-Doo! Abracadabra-Doo

Scooby-Doo! Abracadabra-Doo

The gang goes on a trip to check on Velma's younger sister, Madelyn. She's been studying stage magic at the Whirlen Merlin Magic Academy, where apparently there have been sightings of a giant griffin. The gang decides to investigate.

This time, the group together to visit Velma's cousin Madelyn. Madelyn is studying magic at the Whirlen Merlin Academy, where the monster head of the giant bird lion appears. As always, they decide to investigate the matter. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jorge D (us) wrote: Exudes originality, sympathy, emotion and good humor ...

Savannah H (de) wrote: Although I love Claire Danes and all the actors in the Culkin family, I simply didn't like this movie, it seemed dysfunctionally illogical and disappointed me.

Lisa S (jp) wrote: One of my favorite Robin Williams' movies. I think the critics write this drek to have something to sound important with. The acting was good, and Robin Williams did a great job.

Christopher H (ag) wrote: It's a turkey. Bad plot, music was randomly placed throughout the film that didn't coordinate well with what was happening. Script was bad. It's the science fiction version of Ishtar. The direction was non-existent. Don't bother to watch it.

Troy M (fr) wrote: a controversial film with a great cast but, horrible script.

Alexis W (br) wrote: It's a good movie but not the best work for Arnald

J K (de) wrote: Lacks most of the charming wit and tongue-in-cheek humor of Support Your Local Sherrif. Actually looks more like a parody of a Jamess Garner Maverick movie, only Garner parodies himself, which is quite odd. Goldie Hawn playing a madam? Now THAT's good type casting.

Cindy I (es) wrote: An entomologist looking for bugs (he's looking for a specific one that will make a name for him in his peer group) in the sand of a seaside town misses the last bus of the night back to town and is convinced to spend the night in the home of a young woman, who lives in a small house in a mostly inaccessible sandpit, as do most of the other townsfolk. He slowly realizes that he has been tricked and that he is to stay there permanently. Thus begins a tale that is a metaphor for humans trapped in their existence and why they choose to not change their circumstances, even when given the opportunity...or at least partially about that. There's lots going on here. Beautiful photography of the sand dunes, and a couple of rather erotic love scenes between the two main characters. There is one potential sex scene that is pretty hard to watch, a bit reminiscent (to me anyway) of the "party scene" at the end of REQUEIM FOR A DREAM. The ending is left hanging a bit, and I haven't decided if the man's decision about his situation is a postive thing or a negative one.

Matthew D (br) wrote: There's an interesting film in here somewhere. Better than many Burton efforts for giving us some audience identification characters grounding the film, at least briefly, in the real world before contrasting with the fantasy world. This is the land of the dead, which has some inventive visuals and clever touches but is ultimately limited in scope. More could have been made of this intriguing place, or of the problems of Ryder's 'tortured' soul (or could have been if she was at all convincing in that role). Unfortunately, once the titular character shows up, a brilliantly unchained Keaton, the filmmakers don't seem to know how to control him any more than the characters. Ultimately he becomes not merely superfluous to the story, but detrimental to what the film was struggling to be about, taking it over completely in the final third. It's bizarre and interesting that the antagonists are a send up of the dark-to-be-fashionable which Burton himself became.

Jayakrishnan R (ag) wrote: 85%This is a story about Bruce Lee's master and this film is masterly. Unlike the recent Chinese films this film has believable action scenes and good acting mixed with good drama.