Daphne & Velma

Synopsis: The female future members of Mystery Inc. investigate strange goings-on in their school.
Genre: Action, Comedy, Crime
Director(s): Suzi Yoonessi
Production: Blondie Girl Productions
 
IMDB:
4.3
G
Year:
2018
72 min
36 Views

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Welcome to Ridge Valley High..

'...conference

today in the auditorium.'

...tech billionaire

Tobias Bloom's

innovative center for learning

where the youth of today

become the leaders of tomorrow.

Tobias Bloom invested

in Ridge Valley High

after his Azalea phone

became a world-wide phenomenon.

Good morning, class.

Now Ridge Valley High

depends on his immersive

teaching methods

to engage and inspire.

We believe technology

isn't just a tool..

Hello, Olivia.

Thank you.

...it's a way of life.

Have a sustainable day.

'What happened

to that amusement park'

'to make the rides

come to life after dark?'

'Was it Old Man Weatherby'

'the mysterious

swinging ship operator?'

Or maybe kids playing a prank.

Or maybe because of something

extra-terrestrial.

'Alright, more would be

next week paranormals.'

I gotta get to school.

This is Daphne Blake

signing off.

Aliens did not mess

with that theme park, Daphne.

Uh, maybe they did, Velma,

we don't know.

Um, statistically,

it's 100% more likely

that a system malfunction

caused those rides to turn on.

You know, for a girl who doesn't

believe in the paranormal

you sure do keep up

with my posts about it.

Yeah, well, somebody

has to debunk you.

Plus, how else am I gonna

keep up with my internet BFF

while she's jettin'

around the world?

Where are you now, anyway?

Japan? Nigeria?

Mars?

Actually,

I have some exciting news.

I know I've been

kind of cagey lately

but I can finally tell you

I've been...

Oh, about those prawn

and ketchup chips

you sent me from Tokyo?

They already arrived.

Tastes like gerbil.

But in a good way.

You know what I mean?

You know what

gerbil tastes like?

- Don't worry about it.

- 'But no, no.'

It's-it's not that.

This is way better.

I'm in Ridge Valley! Ah!

Ridge Valley?

Like where I live Ridge Valley?

Yeah, my mom got relocated and

I start at your school today.

We can finally be

best friends IRL.

- Oh.

- I thought you'd be excited.

- It's just...

- Just what?

Velma, you are my best friend.

This is awesome news.

'Daphne, breakfast in 15.'

Uh, I gotta go,

but I'll see you soon, I guess?

See you soon.

Where the youth of today..

Oh, gosh.

It's just high school.

Tobias Bloom..

Hey, turn on

my pump-up playlist.

Mm-hmm. Turn up the beat.

Alright, let's do this.

What should I wear?

I'm looking for the perfect

first day of school outfit.

'Outfit complete.'

Cute.

Oh, please tell me

that's French toast I smell.

- Good morning, mom.

- Good morning, sweetheart.

Ha, I called it!

- Morning, dad.

- Good morning, darling.

Hm.

So, mom, are you nervous

about your new job?

I mean, I know your company

was a big deal

but Bloom Innovative, wow!

I'm so excited.

I'm just so thrilled

to finally meet Tobias Bloom.

Mm. Hashtag job goals.

Is that not a thing anymore?

- Not really.

- Oh!

Note to self, hashtag's out.

What about you, sweetheart?

I mean, your first day

at a new school.

I mean, high school to boot.

- Are you nervous?

- Not really.

I mean, if I can make it through

school in Argentina and Japan

California

should be pretty easy.

And there is no way

that Ridge Valley is any crazier

than that school

in the middle of the Baltic Sea.

Yeah, that school

was definitely not certified.

You mean the principal

with the eye patch

and the missing teeth

didn't tip you off?

There was nothing wrong

with that school until it sank.

What's this?

Mm, those are the moons

of Saturn.

Cool.

Mm, pretty.

Anyway,

school is gonna be awesome.

Things always have a way

of working out.

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