Overall, the film is completely breath-taking, think of an adjective that can describe a landscape or a whale and use that because I’m running out of words, to sum up just how incredible this film is. I’ve never been into documentary films all that much, but Apollo 11 has converted me into being a space freak for about a week. I’ve been desperate to see it again but haven’t had the chance and knowing I’m unlikely to be able to…
Is this some kind of profound cinematic masterpiece?
Is this a fun giggle-fest that kids and the young at heart will love?
Scoob clearly has a lot of love for the original dynamic of the group, tries set up a lot of corporate stuff, tries to do something different while also simultaneously appeal to the 'fortnite generation'. It's wearing a lot of hats and while it doesn't suit them all, it's still entertaining to watch it try them all on.
Why the fuck was this so good?
Well I thought I'd edit this and tell you. It's interesting to watch. Tom Cruise is actually a lot of fun in this role (yeah, I don't know what year it is either) and Domnhall Gleeson is pretty good too. There's a couple of dumb choices mainly to do with camera work but that doesn't stop it being a fun action romp.