The 50 Worst Special Effects In Movie History

45. Scooby Doo

Movie: Scooby Doo (2002)

Scooby Doo—that iconic, Great Dane paranormal investigator who's really just a big scaredy cat—deserved much better than what director Raja Gosnell did to it in the 2002 live-action flick Scooby Doo. As if it wasn't bad enough that they cast Freddie Prinze Jr. as alpha male Fred, the filmmakers made no discernible efforts to give old Scoob any sense of realism, giving the animated pooch a distractingly computer-generated aesthetic that never appears to be in the same world as best friend Shaggy (Matthew Lillard, doing a commendably good job of playing against nothing).

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