Scooby-Doo! Adventures: The Mystery Map

Scooby-Doo! Adventures: The Mystery Map

Get ready to experience the world-famous Scooby-Doo! and Crew like never before in this all-new, original puppet movie! What begins as a routine night for the Gang - which includes the slobbering sleuth and Shaggy eating a triple-extra-large Scooby snack pizza - becomes a mad dash to find the frightening Phantom Parrot, who has a map to pirate Gnarlybeard's hidden treasure. Scooby sniffs out the map's clues, which lead him right to a spooky pirate ship. Ruh-roh! What will Gnarlybeard be willing to do to protect his booty? The whole family will love casting off on this mysterious, fun-filled voyage again and again.

Get ready to experience the world famous Scooby-Doo! and Crew like never before in this all-new original puppet movie! Includes bonus feature Scooby-Doo! Spooky Games! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Scooby-Doo! Adventures: The Mystery Map torrent reviews

Anthony B (gb) wrote: Zero Days is the absolute must-see documentary about the Stuxnet virus that destroyed many of Iran's nuclear centrifuges in 2010. Rumored to be the work of Western intelligence agencies, the film states categorically that it was in fact a cyberwarfare attack led by the CIA and the Israeli Mossad. Moreover, Barack Obama, as commander in chief, was in charge. Although many interviewees refused to even utter the word "Stuxnet," enough people did have the courage to break omerta for documentarian Alex Gibney to craft an Oscar-caliber film. Zero Days is a wake-up call. Stuxnet was the opening salvo in cyberwarfare: using computer programs to attack a perceived enemy. Yet because it was launched by spy agencies, there was no public discussion. And now the genie is out of the bottle. Future historians writing about the origins of World War III need look no further than Stuxnet.

Sean C (nl) wrote: As far as Muppet films I put it in the middle of the pack. If you love Kermit, this one is especially good.

Mel Z (us) wrote: laughable. a race to get to daughter 6 hours away is a piss poor main section of the plot. the cgi isnt that bad, and probably earns it that one star. the mother is blonde, and sounds dopey as hell. in fact, the whole f-ing cast need to get their rear ends back in acting school. and ffs, whats with using the same stretch of road in more than one cut scene? shit budget? then film the same road in opposite direction or summat at least. smh.

Nacho S (ca) wrote: No queda nada claro qu historia quiere contar Joffe.

Bill R (gb) wrote: So, this was a downward spiral with the acting. Sometimes you can get passed it but not with this. Bad acting lead to bad character interaction and thats not a good thing...which also lead to bad story, that wasn't really that great. It moved to fast, made you fill in the gaps, no gore and didn't really get to see what happened. So, don't watch this...unless your going for all eight of the movies to die for. The only reason it got oneis because I did like the subtleness with the ghost.

August C (kr) wrote: I'm not entirely sure what this movie is, a direct to video or tv series pilot, either way its pretty awful, effects are bad even for 1996 and the story is ridicilously dull, oh and the acting is worse than most B movies I have watched, and that's pretty bad.

Andrey B (us) wrote: Charming movie and Hugh Grant's performance is so intelligent and nuanced. One of the best 90s romantic comedy.

Evan M (it) wrote: An early classic from Peter Jackson. Gory & over-the-top. Just watch it!

Ricky R (nl) wrote: color me surprised. Decent acting and a rather decent twist made this a film that I didn't feel cheated after watching it. It isn't something I'll ever watch again but it did its job fairly well. Some serious issues though... the lead character was really stupid and there were plenty of moments where the police should have been involved. The "kills" weren't all that original but the claustrophobic build up to each death was marginally engaging. Like I said, not a perfect movie but entertaining enough.

david p (ru) wrote: This was by far one of my favorite movies of all time, not my favorite because there where some other movies that I liked just as much (Silence of the lambs, friday the 13th, nightmare on elm street, deadpool, etc.

Maria C (us) wrote: This movie is not for everybody ;you have to be open minded and ready to see pedophilia ,homosexuality ,violence and cruelty .Although its gets funny its also intellectual and at moments very poetical. Only For philosophers and sophistacated people . Squares and immatures get the hell away from this movie ;its not for u .

JiYoung K (nl) wrote: too bad i dont speak french

Blake P (ag) wrote: "Crime Wave" (1954): This was something worth my while! I do like many of the quick little noir films, and "Crime Wave" has got to be the perfect example of one. It's not a B-picture, which is probably the reason why it's so good. It's a simple premise-- has-been criminal gets sucked in again after an old buddy gets involved in his life again, his wife says to stop, other members force him, a cop chases after, blah blah blah. Even with these familiarities, I still really liked it. Every actor is superb, no matter big or small their part is, and Sterling Hayden is certainly a stand-out as the tough as nails cop on the move. This has got to be one of Andre de Toth's best considering how few many movies he made are recognized today. I'd give "Crime Wave" about 3.5 stars, definitely a good movie.

Chad W (fr) wrote: Cary Grant as a sub commander in WWII. Lots of tension, a little melodramatic. This was made in 1943. It's telling what kind of war movies Hollywood used to make.

Greg W (de) wrote: another winner from director john ford

Jill R (gb) wrote: A good movie that is quite underrated in my opinion. The plot was great and the action scenes were well done,This is a movie that is popcorn entertainment this is far from a great movie it's a mindless piece of entertainment.Grade B

Johnny T (it) wrote: Much of the film truly does belong to Finney's Poirot -- and to his scenes with Martin Balsam and George Colouris --all of which are endlessly entertaining and fascinating. A classy colorful entertainment, the film offers some pleasures, prime among which is spotting the stars, all name actors playing small roles. The major fun in watching Sidney Lumet's glitzy version of Agatha Christie is spotting the stars and observing their accents and eccentricties. Only Finney goes to extra length here to play the finicky Poirot, though for some reason Bergman was singled out for an Academy Award. The real knockout performance comes from Finney, deservedly nominated for an eccentric turn that's unlike anything else he's ever attempted. What I liked best about this movie is its style, both the deliberately old-fashioned visual strategies used by director Sidney Lumet, and the cheerful overacting of the dozen or more suspects. There is hardly anything more I can tell you, or even hint, about the plot, except that nothing is as it seems (and you knew that already about a movie based on an Agatha Christie book).VERDICT: "High-Quality Stuff" - [Positive Reaction] This is a rating to a movie I view as very entertaining and well made, and definitely worth paying the full price at a theatre to see or own on DVD. It is not perfect, but it is definitely excellent. (Films that are rated 3.5 or 4 stars)

Aleksandar C (nl) wrote: Really interesting and quick paced film that will keep your attention 'till the end. I feel like Colin Farrell is one of the most underrated actors working today.