Scooby-Doo's Greatest Mysteries

Scooby-Doo's Greatest Mysteries

This DVD features: Hassle in the Castle, A Clue for Scooby Doo, The Backstage Rage and Jeepers, It's the Creeper

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Scooby-Doo's Greatest Mysteries torrent reviews

Paula H (us) wrote: Opening in NYC on May 27, 2009, this is another must-see if you like documentary films about inner city life and the struggle of kids in the hood to get out. Who knew that so many high schools had culinary majors or that there was an endowment fund to help the young people choosing career futures in food, to get scholarships? We didn't. It is well worth seeing.

miranda d (de) wrote: Joaquin Phoenix is the only good thing in this movie

Jessica H (nl) wrote: Hard to laugh with Deniro and Crystal.

lu r (nl) wrote: hey,, i think you know me,,

Lindsay V (ru) wrote: The best scene was when she led the indians on a chase after her to protect her little sister...and her horse jumped a bank the indians couldn't. Very eye-opening movie on what life was like during the settlement of Texas, the Civil War, and Woman's Suffrage. I was surprised Angelina Jolie was in this movie.

Saku N (br) wrote: Pretty decent....but could have been a whole lot better

Amy T (us) wrote: My new favorite movie EVER!!!!!!

Adam R (gb) wrote: (First and only viewing - 12/4/2009)

Devon (br) wrote: Lady golfer Pat gets so stressed out in the presence of her fiance, she blows a golf tournament. Mike is a sports promoter who spots her at the tournament and signs her on to be one of his clients. It turns out golf is one of her "minor" sports, tennis and shooting being her major sports (although shooting really isn't referenced much subsequently). The fiance turns up at a tennis tournament and proves to be her achilles heel once again, with great visual effects used to signify her sudden mental block (it's a little bit of avant garde comedy). There are a few funny moments (Pat coming to Mike's "rescue" and beating up some gangsters for him), but the romance between Pat and Mike seems highly unlikely given the two's disparate backgrounds (she's an erudite college girl and he's a street hustling small-time promoter/bookie/gangster). A light and enjoyable comedy from two screen legends.

Robert G (de) wrote: It's here and there, and it's up and down.

Joseph P (de) wrote: It's solid enough narratively but the subplot feels tacked on and detracts from the whole. Teddy Roosevelt being a utter badass has to be seen though.