Daphne & Velma

Futuristic robots, crazy gadgets and the brightest students of tomorrow are common sights at Ridge Valley High. Home to their newest student, the smart and capable Daphne Blake (Sarah Jeffery) and her online bestie, the tech-savvy hipster Velma Dinkley (Sarah Gilman). But not everything is as innocent as they seem on campus, as mysterious disappearances begin to plague the top-ranked students. Once cheery and full of life, kids are coming back lifeless and a shell of who they once were. Can these two teens get along in real-life and encourage each other to break down their inner weaknesses, and save the town from an eerie downfall? Get ready for a mystery-filled origin story set in modern day millennial heaven to find out.

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  1. I would at least give it a look if it had more attractive actors. This just looks lazy, and boring. You're better off just watching the xxx parody for more entertainment, and better acting.

  2. I'm not sure I found anything about this to be interesting? Did we enjoy the previous live action Scooby Doo films so much that it warrented a prequel that's not about the entire Scooby gang but rather only the two girls? A Fred Jones and Velma Dinkley film about them forming a detective agency whose aim is to help out the less fortunate whilst bumping into the rest of the gang along the way would have made a much cooler concept rather than two girls in highschool solve a mystery. Velma seems to be more "snark" than "smart" (robot engine?) and let's be honest Daphne would have been one of those "top students" that we're being "zombiefied" and not besties with little nerdy Velma. Why are these Scooby characters that are clearly younger versions of themselves in the future? Throwing out the whole hippy baby boomer vibe for dippy millennials? These characters just aren't historically accurate or even realistically grounded to suspend any actual fans disbelief. This film has to be targeting a much younger audience, possibly one who has never actually seen Scooby Doo. If so then what's the point of spending money on the Scooby IP? Why not just call it "Tracy and Kylie" and hire better writers? Super lazy.


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