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The Peanuts Movie is a movie starring Noah Schnapp, Bill Melendez, and Hadley Belle Miller. Snoopy embarks upon his greatest mission as he and his team take to the skies to pursue their archnemesis, while his best pal Charlie Brown...

Comedy, Animation, Family
Steve Martino
Bill Melendez, Noah Schnapp, Hadley Belle Miller, Francesca Capaldi

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Product details

Genres Comedy, Animation, Family
Director Steve Martino
Writer Craig Schulz, Bryan Schulz, Charles M. Schulz, Cornelius Uliano
Stars Bill Melendez, Noah Schnapp, Hadley Belle Miller, Francesca Capaldi
Country USA
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Runtime 1 h 28 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and the whole gang are back in a heartwarming story. A new girl with red hair moves in across the street, and Charlie Brown falls in love. Now he tries to impress the Little Red-Haired Girl to make her feel like he's a winner, but Charlie Brown just can't do anything right. At the same time, Snoopy is writing a love story about his continuing battles with The Red Baron. Then Charlie Brown has accomplished something never done before. He gets a perfect score on his standardized test, but there has been a mistake. Should he tell the truth and risk losing all of his newfound popularity? Can Charlie Brown get the girl to love him, or will he go back to being a nothing?

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Saturday, 04 Jul 2020 08:54

I got my hands on this after buying the recently released The Lion King (9) for the second time. After waiting for this one for a few weeks, I finally got my hands on it. I saw it with my girlfriend and she thought it was a great movie. While I loved it, there were a few parts that I did not enjoy as much as I thought they would. The characters were pretty much the same as in the Lion King, but, this time they were more fleshed out and you did get a better grasp of their personalities and how they interacted with one another. The characters that were used the most were: Lucy and Linus (who's like cartoons, but still has a reason for being there), Oscar and Bernice (Lucy's mom and dad), Principal Skinner (the jerk who keeps the kids in line), and Elmo (Elmo, Linus's pet, is a mix of lions, tigers, and tigers). While it is a great movie, there is a lot of stuff in it that I could see as being cut out. For example, in the first half, it was just Charlie Brown in school. Then, when he discovers the school bus is stolen, Charlie Brown is in jail, as opposed to when he was in the bus. I don't think it was a huge issue, but, I just didn't like the music. I know I am nitpicking, but, the music from when he goes to the bus station was incredibly annoying. The animation is very nice. The characters look very real and realistic. The first time you see them, you'll think that the characters are cut out of some kind of animation, but, when you see them, you'll realize that they look real. But, what really made me like this movie was the music. As for the music, it was very catchy and I just couldn't get enough of it. If I had a complaint about this movie, I would say that the pace of the movie could have been better, but, I'm not talking about the actual movie. I like this movie a lot, so, I don't think I'll have any complaints. I would probably put it at #2 on my top ten list, but, I don't really see that that would be the case. My advice to people who haven't seen this movie is, if you haven't seen it, you should, but, if you have, watch it again, and give it a chance, I know you'll like it. All in all, a great movie, one I would definitely recommend to people.
Tuesday, 30 Jun 2020 10:41

Peanuts. Favourite television series and the signature piece of Americana to share, since the first episode. And what a look. Cinderalla circa the 1940s, front side alley, et al. The Peanuts Movie is a throwback to those same years. The concept is nothing new, but the introduction of the parade of talking dogs is a little more imaginative. Daffy Duck is an important part of the film, and really is the glue that holds the Peanuts team together. The fact that he's both dog and man is essential to the film. Unlike the original film, Charlie Brown (Will Ferrell) is not the protagonist of the film, rather a number of other characters who are joined by Daffy's friendship, and Charlie Brown's foibles, to develop the story. Charlie Brown's father (Jeff Daniels) is the antagonist, and his grand-daughter (Ellie Kemper) is the wife of Charlie Brown's father. Charlie Brown has to do all this, and with a tad more help from the gang, he does. They even start an internet conspiracy in the beginning, and it ends up blowing up in Charlie Brown's face. The writing is perhaps a little less clever in this movie, but what was there is good enough. There are some funny moments, and a memorable moment of a song which has to be seen to be believed. I'm not really sure how it is possible to have any good sing-along songs for a children's film, but it is the time for it. The story is a little convoluted and a little too much, and its sequel, The Peanuts Movie: A Star is Born, is a little more normal. It is a good film for a family evening, and it is a pretty good film for a kids' film. 7/10
Wednesday, 27 May 2020 17:55

I have seen this movie twice, on the first day and the second day. I was very impressed by the children who took part in this film. Each of the children is like a real child, and every member of the family acted in a charming way. Also, I found it interesting to see the personal history of all the members of the family. They are all very rich, they have plenty of money and a very normal life. Some of them live very rich lives. I also appreciated the part of the film that portrayed the author of the Peanuts, "Charlie Brown". He is a little boy who is playing outside with a bear. Then he finds his own dog, and in fact this story is based on that incident. I really liked the fact that Charlie Brown is not his usual self, he has matured and is an adult now. I loved how the two dogs were not their usual companions, but they loved them. I found the film very entertaining. The dialogue between Charlie Brown and his dog was very charming. I also liked the characters of the film, especially the two kids. I liked the way the story was presented in the beginning, when the children were very young. I like the fact that all of the children were in a relationship, and it was very happy. I think they were very well placed in the film. I think this is the first Peanuts movie that I have seen where there was no dancing in the scenes. I think that's good for children because they are learning about love and friendship. I am not sure if I would like the length of this film. I think the film could have been longer. However, I have seen many children films that are very short and charming. I think this is a very enjoyable children's film and I recommend it for children and adults.
Sunday, 24 May 2020 07:27

In 2010, the world was waiting for a sequel to the original Peanuts, and everyone's favorite yellow comic book children's television series is back, more animated and with a wider assortment of characters. Now it's finally here. For the first time in its nearly 75 year run, a film is being made by Linus' beloved creator, Charles M. Schulz, with a little help from his protege, director and co-producer Tim Allen. I hadn't heard of this movie before it was announced, so I went into it expecting another rehash of the original. And while it's much, much darker than its predecessor, the movie is still a triumph. The film brings back all of the beloved characters, and gets a few new ones, too. And it's full of the most memorable scenes from the original series, even including the opening. It's also one of the few films in recent memory to show the relationships of the different characters more clearly, as all of the new characters are supposed to be real people, just as the originals were. In terms of art direction, the film looks gorgeous. It looks like every single painting of Charlie Brown's home, and all of the objects that make up the scenes. It's a strange and moody look that looks as though it's a bit more old-school than the CGI based look that went on for part two. I also loved the look of the small town of WONDERLAND. The animation is wonderfully colourful, and beautifully constructed. It's not just really elaborate, it's like a town built entirely from blocks of computer-generated paper cut-outs. And it's the first of several nods to the old series' style. There's a lot more to it, but I'll keep it simple. The performances are pretty good, but nothing like the performances from the first two films. Charlie Brown (played by an unrecognizable Jim Carrey) is very believable as a man who has changed as a young boy, but who hasn't really changed much in his later years. Snoopy (a wonderful performance by Andy Richter), Linus (a spot-on portrayal by Jim Carrey), Linus' best friend, Squirrel (a hilarious portrayal by Jeff Anderson), and most of the other Peanuts characters are voiced by actors who I've grown to really like. And most of the dialogue is also given the utmost respect. Charlie Brown's older brother Linus is probably the only voice actor in the whole film that didn't get a lot of screen time, but he does an excellent job. When a character speaks, it sounds like it's coming from the character's heart. In other words, Linus' voice is full of love and affection. Snoopy's character, Linus' rival, Timmy, is almost as full of affection, and even, in some ways, fear. Even Snoopy's friend, Larry the Cat (a delightful and amusing performance by George Carlin), gets a lot of screentime. And of course, there's the usual set of colorful backgrounds, some great songs, and the classic lines. That's it for the art direction. While there's nothing new or groundbreaking about the story itself, I think the story is the main reason to see this movie. It's what it was all about. It's about learning to be Charlie Brown, finding true friends, and never letting go of the yellow suit. It's about how one day, the universe will be so full of colour, that it's like wallpaper on a computer screen. But it's also about how love and friendship can live through anything. The film is also full of good jokes. There's a lot of jokes that reference the previous films, some that are pretty lame, but mostly the jokes are good. Charlie Brown's flashback scene, and
Friday, 22 May 2020 12:16

It has been ten years since Charlie Brown (Tim Allen) and Snoopy (Danny DeVito) have been apart. Instead of living in a normal household, Charlie Brown works in a department store, using all of the money he got from working at the store to buy books and magazines for the "Save the Planet" newspaper. When Snoopy goes on vacation, Charlie Brown takes his place at the store. Charlie Brown's friends are annoyed that he will not be there and want him to come back. They decide to keep him at the store. When Charlie Brown returns from vacation, his friends do not like him. All the new owners of the store want to get rid of him, and some want to make him a star. Charlie Brown decides to run for mayor. The newspapers call it the Charlie Brown campaign, and the other owners call it the "Save the Planet" campaign. The magazine covers Charlie Brown's success. Snoopy is thrilled to see Charlie Brown in the newspaper, but Charlie Brown is not thrilled to see his friends and family. He wants to be an old-timer. Everyone in the city is trying to make Charlie Brown the Mayor. The new owners of the store are starting to leave Charlie Brown alone. Charlie Brown decides to work in the store at night, because no one else is around. He likes the place, but his friends are starting to hate him. He runs for mayor, and it is not an easy run. *SPOILER ALERT* The newspapers call him a failure, and some of his friends want him to be a failure. Charlie Brown becomes a celebrity, and his friends are disappointed. Charlie Brown needs to work harder to make his friends like him, and the newspaper publishers want him to be a failure. Charlie Brown's friends need to be more like him. Charlie Brown's enemies try to stop him from being a celebrity. Snoopy's friends have to help Charlie Brown make the city "great". When Charlie Brown's friends decide to be a bad guy, they only make Charlie Brown look bad. The newspaper keeps making him look good. *END OF SPOILER ALERT* When Charlie Brown runs for Mayor, he gets the help of the paper. Charlie Brown has to defeat the newspaper. At the end of the movie, Charlie Brown is a success, and is making the world a better place. And at the end of the movie, Snoopy is the one who wins. Charlie Brown's friends all win. *END OF SPOILER ALERT* If you want to see the Peanuts Movie, I recommend you see the first movie. It is a really great movie.
Wednesday, 20 May 2020 03:18

I got the DVD for my kids (2 & 5), I bought it because I heard they were into it. I wasn't expecting the same amount of depth that was in the specials for the show. I was expecting this movie to be cute, but it just isn't. The original strip is in this movie. It's so lame that I can't even begin to comprehend how awful this movie is. I haven't laughed that hard at the movie since I watched "The Mask" as a kid. I've watched it a dozen times now and it still has me laughing more than when I first saw it. There's nothing to hold the movie together. When you add the awful humor of the previous two movies and the new jokes that were created for this movie, you have a movie that's just pathetic. It has none of the old charm that the show had. Even when the movie is so bad it's funny, it's still not good. I've always found that the first Peanuts movie was better than the second, but I still think this movie is terrible. It has some humor, but the jokes aren't even close to the original. The characters aren't funny. When you watch this movie, you'll probably find yourself laughing at the very end. Even the old strip is better than this movie. I think the original strip is a little better. But I'm not trying to say this movie is the worst movie I've ever seen, because it isn't. The only good thing about this movie is the original strip. Even that wasn't that great. But this movie is just awful. It's like watching a movie where your mom and dad want to buy you a cell phone. I'm not a big fan of either of the Peanuts movies. I watched the first two movies because they were like a TV show for kids. But I was bored with them because they weren't funny. They weren't just okay. They weren't actually good. I liked "The Mask", but I think the "Frosty the Snowman" was the best of the movies. But this movie just isn't good at all. I would never recommend this movie to anyone. If you've seen the first two movies, you know what I'm talking about. It's so dumb, and bad. I'm not a big fan of the show, but I still like the cartoon. If you've seen the show, and you haven't seen the other movies, you know what I'm talking about. 7/10. If you haven't seen the other movies, you might like it, but I think you might not. If you like the show, go rent the other movies. If you don't like the show, maybe you should rent the other movies, but I'm not sure if you should be recommending this movie to anybody. I wouldn't recommend this movie to anyone. I think this movie is bad.
Monday, 18 May 2020 08:06

I can see that it's going to take people a long time to understand this, so I will keep it short and simple: The Peanuts Movie is a live action remake of the classic animated show, The Peanuts Movie. The Peanuts Movie tells the story of Charles "Chocolate" Snoop Dogg, a street-wise, foul-mouthed, dog of his family. Charles is a rebel against the civil rights era, and he stands for justice, truth, and peace. Charlie is a positive influence in Charlie Brown's life, and he encourages Charlie Brown's love of adventure. Charlie is a famous comic in his town, and he is a popular book author. Charlie Brown loves reading, and he is very intelligent. Charlie Brown is very courageous, and he has a strong sense of justice. Charlie Brown's sense of justice leads him to a radicalist organization, the Freedom Fries, led by the Reverend Watterson. The Freedom Fries form a union that protects the rights of all the people, but they also want to unite the town with their peaceful ideal. The Freedom Fries has a radicalistic leader named Dr. Prouty. Dr. Prouty is the most tyrannical individual in the town. He's also very intelligent, but he is very violent. A lot of conflict and tension happens between the Freedom Fries and the Reverend Watterson's group. In the end, Charlie Brown accepts his good fortune, and he and the Freedom Fries unite, and they become a real freedom group. The Peanuts Movie is a beautiful piece of work, with brilliant animation, and it is an amazing movie. I cannot wait to watch it again. Go to see it!
Saturday, 16 May 2020 05:06

This is my favourite Peanuts movie ever, and it is the only one I have seen since I was 12. I loved it, but I didn't like it as much as I thought I would. I really enjoyed the stars and the story of the movie, but it wasn't what I had expected it to be. I think this movie should have been a lot better than what it turned out to be, and it could have been a lot worse too. I am very excited about the next Peanuts movie. This was just as good, if not better, than the first one. The main reason for my liking this movie was the fact that there was more plot, more story and it had more drama and comedy in it. The characters were more developed, and they actually had some good jokes. They were actually believable, and I liked the fact that the characters were more animated. The first one was animated very well, but this one was the most animated. The animation is actually better than the first one. There was more action in this movie, and it wasn't just a simple race. The races actually have a lot more action, and it is more thrilling. It also had more drama, more comedy and more comedy, more drama, and more comedy. I thought the acting was good, but not great. Charlie Brown was played very well, and the characters were animated very well, so they were good. Lucy and Snoopy were great too, and I loved how the dialogue between them was the best that I've ever heard in any Peanuts movie. I liked the plot, the story, the characters, the animation, and the voice acting. I think this movie is still my favourite Peanuts movie. I would recommend it to anyone who is a fan of the Peanuts, or just someone who loves Charlie Brown or the Peanuts. This is my favourite Peanuts movie, and I think it will be a great movie for the next movie. 7/10

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