Mysteries, Inc. has just donated all of the costumes from captured villains to a museum opening in their honor. As the most famous (and only?) celebrities of Coolsville, the town is thrilled to have the crew living in their midst. Everyone who is anyone shows up for the museum's grand opening, only to be stunned when some of the costumes suddenly come to life becoming real monsters instead of just costumes created by villains! When an amibitious reporter (Alicia Silverstone) covering the event makes Mysteries, Inc. look like a laughingstock, Scooby and the gang know that they need to recover those costumes and clear their name!
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Velma (Linda Cardellini) knows that the man who created the original pterodactyl monster is certainly capable of creating real monsters out of costumes, but he died years ago so she starts looking at other alternatives. She also has to worry about that cute museum curator, Patrick (Seth Green), whom she really likes, but has no idea what to with. Fred (Freddie Prinze, Jr.) is preoccupied with his mistake at the museum opening when he spoke to that annoying reporter, who made him look like a fool. Daphne (Sarah Michelle Gellar) is having doubts about her place in Mysteries, Inc. - Velma is the smart one, Fred is the leader and Scooby and Shaggy are just there, what is her role? Shaggy (Matthew Lilliard) and Scooby are having doubts of their own. It seems like the crew always manages to solve the mystery on their own, with Shaggy and Scooby just kind of stumbling into the monster at the end by accident.
The review of this Movie prepared by Debbie
Scooby Doo and his friends (together, they make up Mystery, Inc.) are honored with a museum full of fake ghosts' suits, then the suits are stolen. They have to find out who did it. There's more pressure on them when they figure out that the suits are stolen so the bad person can make real monsters from them.
The review of this Movie prepared by Ann Smathers