Daphne and Velma

2018 • 75 minutes
3.2
102 reviews
G
Rating
Eligible
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About this movie

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.
Rating
G
3.2
102 reviews
Joey Sheridan
October 30, 2019
I haven't even watched it and it looks terrible. Daphne is obviously wearing a wig, and it's unlikely that it's only them at the high school because that's where they met in every other series. So keep up with at least some of stuff from other series
22 people found this review helpful
Marshall Lover29
February 17, 2019
It was ok. I miss the Scooby gang with Scooby and everyone this was nothing like the original Scooby Doo movies. This had to be a tv movie thats what it felt like. I liked the spider scene thought that was cool. Better tv movie though would be the new Kim Possible movie I gave them both 3 stars but that one was a bit better.
Alexander Zuckerman
October 1, 2018
No one tried! Nobody tried to make this good. It may have been made bad on purpose. I was looking forward to this when I first read it online and now that I saw the finished product I am heavily disappointed. I have a feeling this was a script that had nothing to do with Scooby-Doo and someone own the rights and just decided to put this all together and call it a Scooby-Doo like film but failed miserably at making one.
33 people found this review helpful