‘Scoob!’ review: Scooby-Doo revival isn’t much fun, and neither are those meddling kids

“Scoob!” had been destined for theaters before coronavirus intervened. As studios try out to make the finest of a bad scenario and feed the hunger for new content, it follows “Trolls Entire world Tour” — which discovered a receptive viewers — in the classification of loved ones fare streaming into properties, giving a diversion for dad and mom looking for to distract youngsters for ninety-ish minutes, specifically if they can excuse them selves and go view anything else.

Nostalgia apart, the biggest obstacle for this animated film — missing the novelty of the dwell-motion versions made in the early component … Read More