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Scooby Doo 2

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Noor Atris

on 8 October 2012

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Transcript of Scooby Doo 2

BY: Gaby, Noor, Walaa
:) Scooby Doo: Spooky Island Summary: Rising Action Inciting Incident Insert Text Here Climax Well Zoinks! They're back together again!! After two years apart, Mystery, Inc. are back together and ready to solve the mystery of Spooky Island. Spooky Island is a resort run by one Mr. Emile Mondavarious, who is having troubles with what he believes are real spooks. This is bad for business, when it gets around and threatens to send the guests scattering back to the mainland. Mondavarious convinces the gang that they are needed and should work together. But is the island really haunted, or is there just a sinister individual behind all the ride malfunctions and creepy, crawly creatures? If so, who could it be? Introduction Two years later, the gang are reunited (against their wishes) as each is individually invited to Spooky Island, a "frightfully" popular theme park owned by Emile Mondavarious . Mondavarious tells the gang that students are mysteriously becoming mindless zombies and only utter pop phrases. Of course, Fred, Velma and Daphne do not agree to team up and so they go in different directions. Falling Action The gang set up a trap to save the world and destroy the demons but it messes up and Fred and Velma discover that Mondavarious is the main villain. Shaggy knocks Mondavarious out and rescues Scooby. Velma and Fred find that Mondavarious is a robot and the one manipulating him is Scooby's nephew, Scrappy-Doo, who is the 'real' main villain, wanting revenge on Mystery, Inc., for abandoning him years ago. Conclusion The Daemon Ritus sticks to Scrappy's chest, morphing him into a giant monster named Scrappy Rex and he chases Scooby and Shaggy about. Fred and Velma flee from minions while Daphne fights the wrestler on top of the island. She kicks him down the vent, releasing light that destroys all of the demons and releasing the rest of the tourists' souls back to their bodies. Unfortunately, Scrappy Rex is immune to the light and traps Fred and Velma while holding Scooby until Shaggy tells him that he's a very bad puppy and uses a machine (which was used in the ritual) to take the Daemon Ritus off of him, transforming him back to a puppy. Scrappy tries to fight back, but Scooby knocks him down. Shaggy finds the real Mondavarious locked in a hole and the police arrest Scrappy and his minions. But before the gang can even relax, the news of another case arrives. Theme The gang is reunited, except for Scooby, and they randomly switch bodies until they return to their own. They then encounter the voodoo man who explains that the demons will rule the world for 10,000 years if they get their hands on the Daemon Ritus and complete their ritual (the "Darkopolypse Ritual", as said by the voodoo man). But they also need a purely good soul as well: Scooby-Doo. Shaggy soon falls for a girl named Mary Jane, while Velma discovers of a group of so-called demons that inhabit the island and seek revenge. A man named N'Goo Tuana and a masked wrestler try to spook Velma, but she ignores them. Daphne finds a man trying to protect himself through voodoo who tells her not to go the Spooky Island castle but she goes anyway. Scooby gets attacked by a demon, but escapes him. The gang investigates the castle and Fred and Velma discover an odd kind of "training" video as if there were real monsters living on the island. Daphne discovers an odd item called the Daemon Ritus—a magical artifact that absorbs energy, particularly souls. The bad guys nearly track them down, but the gang escape (disguised as costumed statues of the ride) to their hotel. Unfortunately, the demons attack and kidnap a bunch of tourists including Fred and Velma. The following morning, everything seems to be normal, until Fred appears to be a zombie. Daphne is captured and becomes a zombie as well. Shaggy, Scooby and Mary Jane flee from the chasing zombies, but Scooby discovers that Mary Jane is a monster in disguise. Scooby falls down a hole and Shaggy follows. He discovers a pool full of protoplasmic heads. He rescues Fred, Velma and Daphne from the pool and then spies the Daimon Ritus. Velma is the first to return to her body and then discovers that the demons were inside their bodies and died when they were exposed to sunlight. Velma also discovers that Fred and Daphne are in each other's bodies. Symbolism Conflict Irony Characterization Genre Don't pretend to be someone you're not. No matter what size or shape the person may be, you can never be too sure what's up their sleeve. Adventure | Comedy | Family | Mystery The symbolism that we found was in the Daemon Ritus and the spooky structures.
The Daemon Ritus: when Daphne was almost trapped in the triangle as she was grabbing the Daemon Ritus. This symbolized that the Daemon Ritus was evil, and no one should touch it.
The Structures: they symbolized the spookieness on the island and the mysteries that are held behind every skull, mansion, and structure. The conflict in this movie is when Scooby and Shaggy are stuck in the haunted house and the whole gang had to go looking for him. This slows them down on their search for the person behind the mystery. It is implicit because the author does not tell us how the carachters are directly. For example: the author doesn't tell us that Freddy is the leader of the group. We analyse this ourself. There is situational irony because we didn't know Scrappy would be the one who started the mystery. We assumed that the smallest and weakest characacter would have nothing to do with it.
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