Superman finds a foe who may be too powerful even for him to defeat in the murderous Black Adam. Fortunately, Black Adam's real target is the Earth's Mightiest Mortal--Captain Marvel. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Superman finds a foe who may be too powerful even for him to defeat in the murderous Black Adam. Fortunately, Black Adam's real target is the Earth's Mightiest Mortal--Captain Marvel.
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Marischa B (us) wrote: I have been a big fan of Scooby Doo ever since I was like 6 years old. I adore the original series and The Scooby Doo show but the rest of the incarnations have been hit(Mystery Incorporated, The New Scooby Doo Movies and contrary to what I've seen and heard about it The 13 Ghosts of Scooby Doo was much better than I remembered) and miss(Shaggy and Scooby Doo:Get a Clue and the episodes of The Scooby and Scrapy Doo Show that had half the gang missing).I have also enjoyed most of the movies(I think my least favourite, Monster of Mexico, was even then was just mediocre), my favourites overall are Witch's Ghost, Goblin King and Zombie Island are my favourites, but for me this and Abracadabra Doo were two of the better recent entries. If I had any complaints, it was that I would've loved it to have been longer and also I wasn't always crazy on the animation of Fred.Other than that, the animation was vibrant and colourful with some very nice touches of atmospheric darkness to it too. I also loved the style, it has some of the What's New Scooby Doo style(which I personally don't mind) while also having a little of the classic style of the original series. The music was great too, the song choices were well written and not pointless at all and the incidental music was haunting while never obtrusive.I was also very impressed with the writing, there is enough of the quirky humour to captivate while also having room for some thrills and scares. Scooby Doo! Camp Scare also has a very entertaining story with the camp setting bringing back some nostalgia, it is well-paced while not dragging too much in the middle and stays true to the stories of the series incarnations before it. The final solution is thrilling and very unexpected.The characters appeal too. Shaggy and Scooby still make me smile, while the Woodsman is a scary and memorable villain especially with the appearance. The voice acting is solid from all involved, Frank Welker still shows he has plenty of versatility while Matthew Lillard goofy and likable Shaggy also manages to be the biggest surprise.All in all, love Scooby Doo and I enjoyed Scooby Doo! Camp Scare.
Shaun W (it) wrote: its like Carrie but only a guy and a hospital
Sana K (gb) wrote: My favorite Song in this Movie is Hey Shona, I can't ever stop watching it!!
Annie C (es) wrote: Really grateful that some people still make some effort and spend money on creating something that inspires, makes you think, celebrates visuals and make it dance with sounds.
Sam M (ru) wrote: My favourite movie of all time
Aaron C (jp) wrote: Seriously? Critics gave this 65%. Forgettable, waste of time...enough said.
Manaf A (kr) wrote: movie is watchable,but a little confused between being a filmnoir flick and an action movie
Brynn H (de) wrote: such a cute movie!!!
Pablo B (kr) wrote: muy buenos los cortos de truebay claude lelouch
Muhammed S (ag) wrote: Nothing special, a midnight watch at best, an okay story.
Regina S (mx) wrote: I have seen this and would like to know where I can find it for sale.
Vincent S (nl) wrote: A 90s masterpiece! Looking back at it 20 years later, this is the strongest foreshadowing a movie has ever been! In the 90s, this was a great film, now this movie stands the test of time becoming a masterpiece now! I have never seen a movie nail a subject 20 years before it's time! Powerful, unsettling, a movie that will make you think long and hard years after you see it! Julianne Moore's performance might be the best of the 90s just like Gena Rowland's performance in 'A Woman Under the Influence' was the best performance of the 70s! Why have Not seen this movie yet!? Now I am happy I saw it 20 years later! It is more powerful now! See this! It will scare you more than any a Boogeyman or Jason or Freddy!