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Plot:

Batman teams up with the Scooby Doo gang when villains from both of their worlds unite to wreak havoc on the city.

Also Known As: Скуби-Ду и Бэтмен: Отважный и смелый, Scooby-Doo! & Batman: Den tappre och den modige, Scooby-Doo & Batman: Cesur ve Obur, Scooby-Doo & Batman: Os Bravos e Destemidos, Scooby-Doo! y Batman el Valiente, Scooby-Doo és Batman: A bátor és a vakmerő, Scooby-Doo & Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Scooby-Doo y el intrépido Batman

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  • denis-guy-chretien
    denis guy chretien

    I’m not a Batman fan, so, it’s a bit difficult to say of seeing Scooby Doo gang and Batman are together. But I feel weird to see superheroes are seen together with Mystery Inc. gang. I’d rather like to see the old-fashioned style of Mystery Inc. solving mysteries alone. With the other superheroes are included in the group, I feel like Mystery Inc. has been downgraded to supporting role. That’s why I like Scooby Doo, Mystery Incorporated TV series. Although I’d like to see them solving the mysteries alone, having Batman and other superheroes in this animation, it doesn’t make a bad one. It’s still good.

    • the-truth
      The Truth

      O… My Actual God

  • gimyeonggil
    gimyeonggil

    Batman used to be an icon, a representative of manly qualities and of certain virtues that are idealized by men in general. He would represent what a perfect man is. He is a human being who has raised himself to the level of a super hero due to his phyisical, intellectual and moral qualities, and because he has a mental endurance that has to be exemplified. But… that used to exist in a time where we lived in a society that wanted to transmit to younger generations certain ideals, incarnated by men _ and I insist on that word, men _ like Bruce Wayne. That time has ended now, and what used to define a man is no longer wanted and needs to be reset. You all have noticed the great replacement of male icons by female ones _ they’re talking about a female James Bond (don’t count me in for that). So waht happens then for the iconic male figures that have lasted a long time and cannot be replaced?You kill their qualities… You make a mockery of them and you rely on the mediocrity and vulgarity of your audience that will praise the originality and humor of a movie whose jokes are hackneyed and whose script is deprived of any ambition. The more mediocre your movie is, the more successful it is today. Critcs don’t mind at all when a franchise is stabbed, betrayed, dragged into the mud, coarsed, spit on, stepped on… That is the reason why critics acclaimed Starwars 8, a film that still hurts in people’s throats. They find novelty where it is despise from a director, and renewal when the guy crawled out of complexity by kicking everything forward for someone else.That is the reason why they are able to acclaim that piece of mud… Batman and Sccoby-Doo! Batman and Scooby-Doo. I can’t get used to that.The demise of Batman’s icon started with the anime inspired from the 50’s tv series. It was the starting point. Then there was Batman and Harley Quinn… where Batman’s qualities are less and less visible. Now we have him team up with the Scooby-Doo gang. Is that movie coming from Hell?I am very sad of what is happening to Batman, but the erasure of his icon seems to be on the agenda. We may have a totally new Batman for the next generation, a Steve Urkell’s twin maybe. Someone who won’t be a hero anymore. You saw what they did to Thor without the leastest scruple. In Starwars 8 they turned the charismatic and powerfull figure of General Hux into a comic relief to make room for Captain Phasma’s badassness and make her look like the true leader of the First Order. The feminist agenda is carefully, slowly and irrevocably killing every male icon that used to be representative of what young boys should admire.And they say young boys are growing ruder and ruder…

    • the-truth
      The Truth

      How does anyone find so much to write about a cartoon created for small children.

  • steven-perry
    steven perry

    Strange, the Batman and the Justice League B-team are annoyingly goofy and it makes Scooby-Doo and the Mystery Team look like young professionals. So yeah, not sure what the heck happened there but it throws of the film in a major way. It would have been better if they edited out all the Justice League B-team members, seriously they are just that annoying. Especially Martian Manhunter. I cringed every time he was on screen. I almost wonder if two different teams where responsible for producing the film. Like a team from DC and a team from Hanna-Barbera. Whatever, if that was the case, DC dropped the ball.. as usual.

  • stephen-moore
    stephen moore

    This 2018 foray into the well-established and well-loved world of the Mystery Gang proved to be quite entertaining. And in comparison to so many many other Scooby-Doo animated movies, then it actually managed to lift itself up and out of the mediocre lane.The storyline was good and you felt like you were right there alongside Scooby-Doo and all the others, while traversing the streets of Gotham.The voice acting was good and there was the usual great performances by Frank Welker, Matthew Lillard, Kate Micucci and Grey DeLisle. But I was really taken by surprise when I heard the voice of Jeffrey Combs, as he is one of my favorite actors.Good animation, as there always is from the Hanna-Barbera studios.”Scooby-Doo and Batman: The Brave and the Bold” is definitely worth taking the time to watch if you enjoy the traditional Scooby-Doo adventures.

  • seppo-peltola
    seppo peltola

    5/10 – either these Scooby-Doos are getting worse in recent years or I am just getting sick of them, regardless, this one was a disappointment

    • the-truth
      The Truth

      >>>>GET>>>>>>>A>>>>>>>LIFE>>>>>

  • geronimo-zepeda-soria
    geronimo zepeda soria

    I am truly happy that we got to see Batman the Brave and the bold again. Diedrich Bader returns as the voice of Batman after 4 years. Unlike Batman and Harley Quinn this movie felt like it’s original show and we didn’t end up seeing inappropriate scenes.Overall this movie was just excellent and I am glad the mystery gang never had there clothes/Designs or personalities from Be Cool Scooby Doo!

  • scott-cameron
    scott cameron

    Plot writing was great and hilarious. Seriously, Batman need to have crossover more with other Hanna Barbera property. Scooby Doo and the gang really add more fun and flavor in this movie. If this movie was shown at the cinema instead of the 2000 and 2004 version,then Scooby Doo legacy will be saved.

  • arthur-jackson
    arthur jackson

    Being a huge ‘Scooby Doo’ fan for goodness knows how long, any new show, special or film would be watched with great anticipation. While ‘Scooby Doo Where Are You’ is still the jewel of the crown of the franchise, a vast majority of the ‘Scooby Doo’ films have a huge amount to like and are worth watching at least once.’Scooby Doo & Batman: The Brave and the Bold’ is not one of the best ‘Scooby Doo’ films. Not like ‘Zombie Island’, ‘Witch’s Ghost’, ‘Big Top’, ‘Goblin King’ (am aware that this is not going to be a popular opinion) and ‘Mask of the Blue Falcon’, though find a lot to like about almost all the animated ‘Scooby Doo’ films (one of few exceptions being ‘Monster of Mexico’. It is though one of the most interesting outings, and serves as a mostly successful and fun crossover of Scooby Doo and the Batman heroes and villains. Already knew that Scooby and the gang worked well with Batman and Robin, having featured together in two episodes of ‘The New Scooby Doo Movies’ (two of the better episodes of that show too), so was psyched. There are flaws with ‘Scooby Doo & Batman: The Brave and the Bold’. There is a lot going on, and sometimes it feels like there’s too much and with an over-crowded feel. Maybe there could have been less characters as well, a vast majority of them are done very well indeed but some are less engaging and necessary (Martian Mindhunter being a prime example).Also thought for my tastes that the ending was rather rushed and was not as surprising as it had potential to be, a little too suspectable too early.However, ‘Scooby Doo & Batman: The Brave and the Bold’ is a ‘Scooby Doo’ outing of many pleasures. The crossover aspect is handled very well, with a likeable hero in Batman, equally well done characters like The Question and Aquaman (in an interesting, if slightly goofy, slant to his character) and enormously fun villains such as Joker and Penguin.Mystery Incorporated are as enjoyable as ever. Shaggy and Scooby never fail to bring a smile to my face and their friendship is so charming and entertaining, a large part of ‘Scooby Doo’s’ success in the first part. Velma, who tended to have a lot of annoying moments post-Sander/Schwartz era, isn’t annoying here. Fred is fun and a confident leader, never ridiculous, and Daphne is not as bland as she sometimes can be.The animation is great. Everything is beautifully drawn and meticulously detailed, with rich, atmospheric colours and a lot of care and time clearly went into how the characters were drawn and move. The music is both dynamic and groovy, with a lot of energy and a haunting undercurrent.Writing is smart and clever, as well as very funny. There are some endearingly goofy jokes (in classic ‘Scooby Doo’ fashion, while also feeling current), witty digs and inspired references to previous ‘Batman’ incarnations that evoke a lot of nostalgia. Much of the story is really good and diverting, sometimes creepy and often quirky with an engaging mystery that isn’t lost too much amongst the crossover aspect.Voice acting is spot on, Frank Welker has still got it, being the only voice actor to still be around yet was there from the very beginning and Matthew Lillard once again proves himself to be a worthy successor to Casey Kasem. Diedrich Bader, Tom Kenny, Jeff Bennett and Jeffrey Coombs stand out of The Brave and the Bold characters.Overall, good solid fun with a lot of interesting elements but not Scooby at his best. 7/10 Bethany Cox

  • catrina-pop
    catrina pop

    What the heck are you doing reading this review instead of actually buying the movie? I preordered it on iTunes, and I didn’t, for one second, regret spending my money on this. Humor, voices, characters, animation, music, they’re all here at great. Jeffrey Combs reprises his role as the Question from Justice League Unlimited, so if anyone that’s a fan of the DCAU and is interested in this film, go buy it now!

  • kelsey-cordova
    kelsey cordova

    For the unfamiliar, Batman: the Brave and the Bold was a cartoon that ran a few years ago. The show runners decided to make this one stand out from the other Batman cartoons by focusing on the more light-hearted comics of the 50s and 60s. What they produced was funny but smartly written show. When I heard they were doing a Batman/Scooby-Doo crossover, I was completely okay with that as the show and the current made-to-DVD films had very similar looks and feel to them. Seemed like a perfect fit, and it was.This should be a fun films for kids. It’s bright, funny, and a solid plot and mystery. (Although, because this film juggles so many plot points I do feel the ending was rushed a bit.)The Scooby gang is invited to join a mystery solvers’ club by Batman and several supheroes. What goes on is and adventure that manages to keep all the Scooby-Doo gimmicks but also manages to incorporate a whole lot of Batman villains. I’m especially pleased to see them bring back Aqua Man from the show, whose portrayal as a goofy, but well-meaning dad-type, made him one of the best characters.Overall, this is a solid children’s film and one of the stronger Scooby-Doo movies.

  • harry-morris-dvm
    harry morris dvm

    If you want to have fun for an hour and a half, play spot the Easter egg, for both franchises and wallow in nostalgia, this is the film for you. Aimed squarely at Scooby fans and Brave and the Bold TV series fans, an ardent Batman aficionado will hate this, but kids and the young at heart, who long for a return of the silver age caped crusader will be in seventh heaven. I’ll admit seeing Velma, out Carrie Kelley-ing Carrie Kelley, and take up the mantel of Robin was a high point, as was her character being allowed to shine in this story and NOT seeing Daphne be the damsel in distress with that role falling to Aquaman of all people was pretty amusing. The Villain too is fun, though it is telegraphed way in advance who and what it is, though the red herrings as to his identity are all call backs and Easter eggs, some very (amazingly) obscure and unexpected.