Scooby and the gang take a mystery-themed cruise through the Bermuda Triangle, but what starts out as staged hi-jinks soon turns into the real thing. Ghost pirates are prowling the legendary waters of the Triangle, searching for a priceless treasure and someone on board the cruise ship may hold the secret to its location. Now Scooby and the rest of gang will have to solve the real mystery behind the mysterious treasure or they may end up walking the plank to sink to the depths of Davy Jones Locker! New songs by Paul James Prendergast and a duet by Rich Dickerson and Gigi Meroni are sure to please.
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I really enjoyed Scooby Doo: Pirates Ahoy! and I honestly think it isone of the better movies in the Scooby Doo franchise. Like any filmwith pirates, it was fun, colourful and hugely enjoyable, and my onlycomplaints are that it is too short, and I wasn't hugely keen on FrankWelker's Scooby voice, I much prefer Don Messick. Still, the animationis very colourful, and the music is great. I loved the plot, about thegang cruising in the Bermuda Triangle, and falling foul of ghostpirates. The voice acting was fantastic, Casey Kasem is just a hoot asShaggy, and Dan Castallenetta was excellent as Magician Mysterio. RonPerlman was not only charming as Biff Wellington, but deliciouslysinister as the villainous pirate captain, and his laugh was quitescary- and I thought Tim Curry's Pennywise's laugh was scary. All inall, despite a couple of minor flaws, an unexpected delight for ScoobyDoo fans, a similar thing I said about last year's Goblin King, and Ido recommend it. 8/10 Bethany Cox
This review is from: Scooby-Doo in Pirates Ahoy! (DVD) My family enjoys this one. We are fans of the scooby doo movies. This is the oldest one that we have, so my son did notice the difference between the "new Shaggy" and the "old Shaggy" (Matthew Lillard vs Casey Kasem) but it's still a great movie. The plot is predictable, as they all are, but the songs are catchy and my son really does enjoy them. The first time he saw the movie, he was a little bit scared and didn't want to finish it (he's 4) but after the first time, he felt more comfortable and didn't get scared the second watch.
Scooby-Doo! Pirates Ahoy! (2006) *** (out of 4) Scooby and the gang are invited on a cruise by Fred's parents but soonthe ship is taken over by dead pirates. They kidnap Fred's parents sothe gang must go after them and try to learn why they've come back fromthe dead. When reviewing these Scooby movies I have to keep in mind notonly my opinion but that of my three-year-old son. His opinion of thismovie is that it quickly became his favorite of the series and eachtime I asked which one he wants to watch it's this here. In fact, Ithink we're working on about fifteen times in a row he has selectedthis one so obviously kids should love it. I've seen the film on anumber of occasions with him and I do think it's one of the best outthere. The actual story here is a very good one and I really liked howthey took the pirate theme and mixed it with zombies as well as theentire Bermuda Triangle thing. The animation is top-notch from start tofinish and also shows a lot of imagination. The actual look of thepirates is without question the highlight of the film as the detail inthe costumes and their look is great. This one here also features a lotof famous names doing vocal work including Tim Conway, Arsenio Hall,Freddy Rodriquez, Ron Perlman and Kathy Najimy. SCOOBY-DOO! PIRATESAHOY! will certainly entertain fans of the series and kids shouldreally enjoy it as well.
Giving you a brief rundown of where I stand, my favorites are (# 1) "Scooby Doo On Zombie Island," (# 2) "Scooby Doo and the Witch's Ghost," and (# 5) "Scooby Doo and the Legend of the Vampire." I consider (# 8) "Aloha Scooby Doo" and (# 9) "Where's My Mummy?" the healthy runnerups. I have respect for (# 7) "Loch Ness Monster." (# 6) "...Monster of Mexico" has its moments. I don't much care for (# 3) "...Alien Invasion" or (# 4) "...Cyber Chase." This 10th chapter is surprisingly good. Along with Fred's parents, Scooby Doo and the gang go on a cruise featuring entertainment mysteries. It all seems in good fun at first, but reality enters when the ship wrecked Rupert is rescued. (You'll probably notice that he has a resemblence to Johnny Depp.) One thing that will occur to most people is that in the event something does happen, the reality is our heroes are at sea, and escape will not be so readily available. Not much later, what appears to be a crew of ghost pirates appears. And even if we can readily suspect that they are just 'bad guys in masks,' the element of horror stays in tact when these pirates abduct Fred's parents. Fred cleverly avoids the cliche: "This time, it's personal." It is interesting that our favorite cowardly hero Scooby does not even demand any Scooby snacks before helping Fred try to find his parents. In fact, Scooby even gets disappointed with Shaggy for wanting the usual Scooby snack bribe. (Nice new element!) At the risk of over simplifying, Fred manages to find his father. But he is still weighed down with the emotional burden of trying to find his mother while also trying to figure out what the ghost pirates are up to. (Another nice new element!) Fred is no stranger to solving mysteries that are linked to criminal activity. BUT, this time he has to use a certain amount of care if he hopes to find his mother. And of course since they are at sea, there is no help to run to. Except for the gang, Fred is in fact on his own this time. If I say much more, I'll probably ruin the movie for those of you who haven't seen it. But I will say that while this 10th chapter of Scooby Doo brings back some elements from past episodes and movies, it ALSO adds new twists and elements. It is interesting that Hollywood seems to pour out more and more shoot em up filth, and yet this 10th chapter of Scooby Doo is able to hold our attention with Fred trying to save his parents. Thanks for the great movie Scooby, and I hope to see you in chapter 11 really soon!
This review is from: Scooby-Doo in Pirates Ahoy! (DVD) This is a super fun addition to any Scooby collection! If you aren't an avid Scooby Doo fan, but you like pirates, then you will LOVE this movie! I suggest watching it and have a good time!
This review is from: Scooby-Doo! Pirates Ahoy! (Amazon Instant Video) Another entertaining Scooby. Great for the entire family. Always a great way to go when you don't know what else to watch.
This review is from: Scooby-Doo! Pirates Ahoy! (Amazon Instant Video) These were not the pirates I expected. As Scooby and the gang go on a cruise they soon discover it was not as they had planned. They are borded by a group of pirates intent on killing and raping the passengers... Daphne and Velma are ravaged then savagely murdered by the pirates, Fred and Shaggy are just tied up and forced into some scene like Pulp Fiction with the Gimp. It is horrible to watch but I could not look away. Scooby meanwhile is fighting to stay alive the only way he knows how.... joining the pirates in their blood bath. In the end, even the ones lucky enough to survive are left broken. Sad, but such a well written movie.
This review is from: Scooby-Doo! Pirates Ahoy! (Amazon Instant Video) Good clean cartoons for the kids. Pirates is always a hit for the kids. Kept attention for whole movie and watched several times on vacation.
This review is from: Scooby-Doo! Pirates Ahoy! (Amazon Instant Video) My son loved this movie. I have had to trent it twice and he watches it over and over again.
I wasn't so keen on watching this Scooby adventure as it has theshortest running time of all of them so far and I figured that itcouldn't possibly have a substantial mystery worth taking an interestin.And while that's true for the most part, they do make a huge effort tokeep the viewer guessing by throwing in lots of distractions, more sothan any other Scooby adventure. And despite it's brief running time itdoes manage pack in a fair amount of characters and guest voices, so ina sense they give more AND less.The Mystery Inc. gang head off on a tropical cruise for Fred's birthdaybut things turn sinister when they pick-up a drifter floating in thewater. No one believes his tale of ghost pirates (they're on a "mysterycruise" and are becoming quite jaded to the novelty), but only whensaid pirates show up do they gradually accept that it's real.There's a few more in-jokes than normal in this one too. And while Iusually hate in-jokes it's forgivable, and perhaps welcome, in aScooby-Doo mystery. I am aware that the infamous Bermuda Triangle wasthe focus of a lower-wattage mystery in the third season of Scooby-Dooback in the early 70s, but this one is considerably better.It looses points for being short, but it's still a worthy mystery.
This review is from: Scooby-Doo in Pirates Ahoy! (DVD) My 7 year old son and my 4 year old daughter love Scooby-Doo. They never tire of watching this movie (I wish I could say the same!!).
This review is from: Scooby-Doo! Pirates Ahoy! (Amazon Instant Video) My son loves this movie. If he's happy, then I'm happy. This was a great buy. And I love that it was instantly available.
This review is from: Scooby-Doo! Pirates Ahoy! (Amazon Instant Video) I am thinking that good Scooby is about as full an explanation as I can give. If you like Scooby movies, this is in the top 10%, scary for really little kids.
This review is from: Scooby-Doo in Pirates Ahoy! (DVD) Can on time and in great condition. No issues with playback. Good movie and my daughter was very happy to see this as an Xmas present. She is only 4 and loves Scooby Doo.
This review is from: Scooby-Doo in Pirates Ahoy! (DVD) I am giving this as a gift so i have not had the chance to ply the DVD yet. So quality is unknown.
This review is from: Scooby-Doo in Pirates Ahoy! (DVD) My kids are absolutely happy. We've been collecting all of the scooby doos. Every time the mail comes I see a smiling face. To be honest I tend to watch some of the episodes with them and I think the kids like scooby and the gang because their funny and innocent and down to earth. I prefer these types of cartoons compared to the new ones-which on TV are completely inappropriate for smaller kids. I think it makes my kids use their imagination more; each one allows them to play a part; They try to solve the mysteries as they watch. Scooby-Doo in Pirates Ahoy! was alright to them I know they seen a bunch but it's worth trying. You know its kids like...The kids like them; Who am I, an Adult to say, Oh!! this cartoon is this and that. They love them all. Thats all that matters. A++ in my book.
This review is from: Scooby-Doo! Pirates Ahoy! (Amazon Instant Video) My daughter loves scooby doo! This was a great movie for her. It is the same as all the scooby movies so you know what to expect but kids will love it
This review is from: Scooby-Doo! Pirates Ahoy! (Amazon Instant Video) I collect scooby doo movies because it reminds me that not everything has to be serious there is always time to bring out the kid in everyone and scooby is the dog
This review is from: Scooby-Doo in Pirates Ahoy! (DVD) If you want to kids quiet for an hour this just what the doctor ordered. My Grand Daughter love Scooby-Doo and will watched this tape over and over.
If you don't like the What's New Scooby-Doo? series, you probably won'tlike this much. I'm pleased to say I love the series, and this film wasone of the best I've seen.It's Fred's birthday, and his parents have invited him and the rest ofMystery Inc. along on a 'Mystery' cruise, but are suspicious travellersjoining them? As the title suggests, pirates are not far behind - andthey're of the ghostly variety.The recent Scooby-Doo films (from 2000 onwards) combine qualityanimation and great voice acting. What I've come to expect fromScooby-Doo films is the storyline involving real ghosts or magic ofsome sort, like 'Scooby-Doo and the Goblin King'. What on earth wasthat film all about? Pardon me for being a party pooper, but isn't thatsort of completely the opposite of what Scooby-Doo is all about?Scooby-Doo is about finding a logical explanation; finding clues andusing intuition. It's like a watered down version of Miss Marple; smallmysteries that the audience can try and solve before the gang do. Themystery in this film, and one of the main reasons why I liked it somuch, has a logical explanation. It's just like old times with the gang- like a real episode.This film is for all ages too. The colourful animation and slapstickshould appeal to younger viewers - though they usually miss most of thedialogue. If you're older, you'll be able to appreciate it - because itsure needs appreciating. It involves much more Scooby than most of theother films, but each member of Mystery Inc is represented equally andall are hilarious - I mean, isn't Daphne usually the picky, whiny one?One of the funniest scenes is down to her. And Fred is beautifullyprotective of his 'Fred-ness'; many moments are fan based jokes, whichI must say I felt very special to be able to understand.I know this is different from the old Scooby-Doo series, but I can'thelp thinking that this is much, much funnier and so much better puttogether; the animation is so smooth. The facial expressions are, well,expressive, and the gang are so much more lovable this way; they'resilly and human (even Scooby, if you think about it) and it's a breathof fresh air to watch a mystery that seems to make some kind of sense(another hint that this isn't just for kids - they never understand thestory line anyway).Again, let me say that if you don't like the new Scooby-Doo, then youprobably won't want to try this. But if you think that Mystery Inc. aresupposed to be funny, endearing and above all, logical, you may as wellgive it a go. So, What's New Scooby-Doo? A pretty good straight to DVDfilm, that's what.