Scoob! - 4/10
I feel like there was some genuine effort and heart under the problems with this movie. When it tries to properly adapt Scooby Doo into CGI, the mystery, the humor, etc, it does a fantastic job. But it's bogged down by the celebrity voices, the cringe worthy "We're so hip and modern" jokes, pop culture references, and worst of all, the shoehorning of other cartoon characters for the sake of a Cinematic Universe.
There are good ideas, but the movie feels like three movies (Scooby and Shaggy, Blue Falcon's son, and Dastardly rescuing Muttley) smashed together because "Wow, the same universe!!!!". Instead of trying to make a good movie that could expand into a universe, Warner Bros again blows their load on trying to get that Marvel money. This is the family film equivalent to Batman Vs Superman and The Mummy 2017.
Hunter x Hunter: Phantom Rouge - 1/10
I have difficulty telling when I think a movie is bad or not, it takes me a few rewatches to form a critical opinion that is firm in my mind, and even then I may try to deny a bad movie is bad if I feel disappointed.
I immediately could tell this movie was off, and it only got worse. Maybe because the author had no involvement, but nothing about the movie was like the anime. The series keeps me on my toes as I watch it for the first time and does interesting things that I never expected. The movie is a cliche-storm and predictable, being boring at worse, and confusing at best. The writing is poor enough that I felt like many characters were completely out of character, specifically Killua and his entire story arc through the movie. Avoid this if you like the manga or anime(s), one of the worst experiences I have ever had watching a movie for the first time.