Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed

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  • Stomach Flu-Personal Narrative

    I ended up watching TV for the rest of the day and I remember watching Scooby Doo the movie and The Fantastic 4. I was kind of bored because all I could really do was sit around and do nothing but watch TV and lay on the couch because I felt horrible. As I looked out at the snow it looked like the white cloudy sky. After a while my mom came back home from work and I ate dinner and went to bed and the next morning I felt better and went to school a little mad that I spend my now day sick…

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  • Family Media Influence

    the original show greatly imparted the idea of femininity and being physically weak in the show. Daphne, one of the main characters, is seen as a token damsel. What she lacks in actual substance of character she makes up for accidentally triggering catalysts for the plot. Velma, the other main female, on the other hand is remarkably intelligent but is incapable of independence as seen when she loses her glasses and often initiates an unfortunate run-in with the ‘monster’. This supports the idea…

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  • Narrative Essay About Grandpa

    I leaped off of the chair and ran to the sofa where I plopped myself on its cushiony goodness and continued watching my cartoons. Now another one of my favorite shows was on, Scooby doo. A show about a talking dog and his gang of mystery solving adventures traveling far and wide to unmask the ghosts, goblins and ghouls and all other evil doers alike to find out there were just regular people under those horrible costumes. Showing that the real monsters in this world are people. Always ended in…

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  • What Makes Mediocre Movies

    Mediocre films are much weaker in their storyline compared to fantastic movies. Decent motion pictures often times are easy to follow along with the plot, but they are missing the mind blowing factor. For example, Something Borrowed was a mediocre film because it never had the mind-boggling moment. This movie was very easy to follow along with, which is why I consider it mediocre. Now obviously the visual effects in mediocre films are not as strong as those in fantastic movies. There still needs…

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