Scooby-doo! Curse Of The Lake Monster

Synopsis: School is out and the familiar Scooby gang are looking to enjoy a long vacation. However, sightings of a Lake Monster cause them to band together once again to solve yet another mystery.
Director(s): Brian Levant
Production: WARNER BROTHERS PICTURES
 
IMDB:
5.2
PG
Year:
2010
79 min
1,353 Views


Come on.

Split up.

- Hey, come on, Scoob.

- I'm right behind you, Shaggy.

Change of plans.

Stay out.

Time to unmask the person

behind this mystery.

- It's you?

- What?

Like, it can't be.

Remember, people, just because

this is the last day of class...

...doesn't mean

this test doesn't count.

Huh?

No.

Yes.

Cowabunga.

- Hot dog.

- Hot dog.

Let's dance.

Yeah.

Uh, guys, what are you doing?

I know you're excited

the school year's over...

...but our seasonal employment

awaits.

Already? Like, I didn't even have time

to get a tan.

- Yeah.

- Come on.

Well, it sure is lucky

that Daphne's uncle...

...is opening his new country club

this summer, hey, V?

Indeed. Without these summer jobs,

we'd never able to pay back...

...Old Man Frickert

for the damage we did to his barn.

Say cheese.

- What is he--?

- Oh, Scoob's got a new hobby.

Scrapbooking.

- What happened to gardening?

- It didn't work out.

Everything he planted,

he'd just dig right up.

Hm.

Daphne said we should hit the road

right after school.

Any sign of her or Fred?

Uh-uh.

- Like, huh?

- Jinkies.

Ooh.

Perfect.

Well? I for one think we deserve

an explanation.

- Yeah.

- Yes.

There's always been an undeniable

chemistry between you two, but--

When did the transformative reaction

finally occur?

I guess it started that night

at Old Man Frickert's.

Yeah. Remember, Velma?

We followed the trail of the vengeful

scarecrow up into the hayloft.

This is impossible.

We'll never find anything in here.

Yes, if I wasn't so pun averse...

...I might even say it's like looking

for a needle in a haystack.

Didn't scare you, did I?

Daphne.

Are you okay?

I am now.

- Like, run!

- What is it, Shaggy?

- This one's gonna be a real barn burner.

- Shaggy.

Look out!

And thus,

we're stuck paying for a new barn.

Again, just for the record...

...nowhere on those bales of hay

did it say flammable.

- Yeah.

- Anyway, that was also the night...

...that Fred and I realized

we were just meant to be.

It's a lovely story.

But I do feel obligated

to raise one concern.

Whenever there's a shift

in a relationship...

...between two individuals

within a group...

...it inevitably has repercussions

on the group as a whole.

Oh, Velma, don't worry about that.

We're all way too mature

to let that happen.

- Right, Scoob?

- I know I am.

Punch buggy white.

Ouch. Oh, good one, Scoob.

But it's a shame you didn't notice

the punch buggy green.

Ow!

- All right.

- You know what? That is it. I've had it.

You know, I will turn this van around.

- Do I have to come back there?

- Scooby-Doo...

...get your tail out of my face.

Fred, where are those

directions I sent you to print out?

Don't worry, we're not lost.

Hm. This sure doesn't look

like my uncle's country club.

Oh. Hey, look. It's the S.S. Daphne.

Ha, ha.

Oh, look. Try stopping there, sweetie.

Whatever you say, dear.

Oh, how quaint.

Hm.

Hello?

Anybody home?

Like, yikes. Maybe we ought to just find

our own way...

...to your uncle's country club.

Zoinks!

Country club?

You're going to the country club?

Yes, we have summer jobs there.

No, you must turn back.

You must leave while you still can.

- Leave? Why would we wanna leave?

- They were fools to build there.

I tried to warn them...

...but they thought

I was just some crazy hag.

You? Heh. No.

But mark my words,

the lake monster will return.

The lake monster will return.

- Did you get directions?

- Uh....

- Not exactly.

- Oh, yes, we did.

Make a U-turn

and head straight back to Coolsville.

There's a monster at the lake, guys.

A monster.

- A monster?

- Mm-hm.

Would you be referring

to the lake monster of Erie Pointe?

You know, I didn't catch his name.

- All I heard was "monster."

- No, look.

It says here for hundreds of years

there have been sightings...

...of hideous creatures

said to live at the bottom of the lake.

I get it, it's one of those things

like Bigfoot or the Loch Ness monster.

Oh, no, it's worse than we thought.

No, Shaggy, I think what Fred means

is that it's just a legend.

You know, lots of small towns

make them up. They're good for tourism.

Oh. Oh, sure, you know,

come for the scenery...

...stay for the certain death.

Come on, guys. Let's just get going

or we're gonna be late.

Uh, Fred?

- We still don't know how to get there.

- Mm-hm.

Actually, yes, we do.

- No.

- Yes.

Pretty swank, Daph.

Yeah, looks like my uncle

really outdid himself this time.

Thanks, Shaggy.

- Is that my favorite niece?

- Uncle Thorny.

Wow.

Thank you again, uncle.

I don't know what we would've done

without these summer jobs.

Yeah. And, again, just for the record...

...it's a well-known fact

that scarecrows are afraid of fire--

Gang, I'd like you to meet

Thorton Blake IV.

Fifth, actually.

Uncle Thorny, this is the gang.

This is Shaggy.

- Hi.

- Hi.

- Fred.

- Oh.

- Velma.

- Pleasure.

- And--

- Scooby-Doo.

Nice to meet you, Uncle Thorny.

Smile.

Well, I'm sure glad to have you all

on board this summer.

Grab your stuff, get settled,

and park that thing in the back.

Oh. You're gonna need

to get a good night's sleep.

Your shifts start at 6 a.m. sharp.

There's a 6 a.m.?

And that one. It's my makeup.

- Shaggy, need a hand?

- No, thanks, Fred. I got it.

It just takes a little elbow grease.

Shaggy.

Shaggy, are you all right?

Like, I am now.

Shaggy.

Yes, Velma?

I don't know how much longer

I can hold you.

- Hey, Scoob?

- Huh?

- Can I talk to you man-to-man?

- Uh....

Sort of.

I think I might have just had

a hayloft moment with Velma.

Do you think it's possible that--?

I don't know,

that she and I are meant to be?

Yeah. Thanks for the support, pal.

I'll remember this come flea season.

Getting much better distance

on those woods, sir.

Hey, Fred,

can I talk to you man-to-man?

Sort of.

Well, you and Daphne,

is that something you recommend?

What do you mean?

Well, you know, going from having...

...you know, a girl friend

to a girlfriend.

Heh, heh. I don't know if I'd really

call Daphne my girlfriend, Shags.

You know, it's more casual than that.

We're just, um....

- We're hanging out.

- Hanging out?

No, Fred is totally my boyfriend.

Really?

I always thought football players

liked to, well...

- ...play the field.

- Pfft.

Me too. I never thought Fred would

be the relationship type, but he totally is.

I'm just not the relationship type.

I'm a football player,

we like to, uh, play the field.

Anyhow, it's summer, Shaggy.

Oh, yeah, summer. Totally.

Because who'd want a girlfriend

during daylight-savings time?

Good guess, but what I'm saying...

...is summer's a time you just wanna

have fun. Not get so serious.

Daphne's cool,

she feels the same way.

It's totally getting serious.

Fred's cool, he feels the same way.

Well, it certainly sounds

like you two are perfectly in sync.

Yeah.

- Exactly.

- Exactly.

Hey, Scoob.

- How was the first dog day of summer?

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