Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed

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7.1/10. A sequel that, more or less, is on equal footing with its predecessor. I liked the idea of bringing to life costumes of their old foes. The effects for them looked good, the script as decent as the previous movie's. I could've lived without Seth Green and Ruben Studdard. Still, those negatives aside, it's a good watch/.

Rob245

Continuity mistake: There is a scene in which a ghost shoots harpoons through the back door of the Mystery Machine. In the next shot, the harpoons are gone, and when the van gets back into the city you see a shot of the back and there is no damage whatsoever. (01:03:20)

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Shaggy: This is tied for scariest day of my life!
Velma: Tied with what?
Shaggy: Every other freaking day of my life!

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Trivia: The Cotton Candy monster was made only for this movie, it was not in the tv show.

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Question: I just watched this movie on Netflix but there was one minor change; in the DVD version at the beginning of the film when Scooby and Shaggy come out of the limo, Shaggy is holding a cup from Burger King, and later in the movie when they're at Wickles Manor, Shaggy complains about why they can never investigate at a Burger King. However, on the Netflix version, the line and cup were changed to KFC instead. Does anyone know why this would be changed? It seems pretty strange.

Answer: The simple answer is money. Although it has to do with film studios and distribution companies releasing American films to the international markets. Because of technology, studios can digitally alter products in the film and can now sell product placement rights more than once. This practice started with "Demolition Man", where in the US, Taco Bell is the only surviving fast food place. But, overseas, the restaurant is Pizza Hut. In "Scooby Doo 2", Burger King purchased the product placement rights for the film along with "right of first refusal." Burger King then decided to just focus on the U.S. plug. Warner Bros. Was free to sell the plug for the international market release, which KFC bought. So the DVD version was the domestic release version and the Netflix version is the international release. But, I do not have an answer to "why is Netflix showing the international release version?", but I'm sure it has to do with cost of purchasing the rights to stream, unless KFC also bought the product placement rights for streaming in all markets.

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