The Peanuts Movie


Action / Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Family

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 87%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 78%
IMDb Rating 7.1 10 36478


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Tessa Netting as Various Voices
Madisyn Shipman as Violet Gray
Noah Johnston as Schroeder
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650.87 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 28 min
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1.34 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 28 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by jacksons-02775 10 / 10

Hmmm, pleasantly surprised

This movie is great. I mean it. There are only 2 things I think will keep me from liking this movie, number 1 is the era it came out in. If it came out any earlier, I would find it good, not great, but given all the schlock that only cares about being as far from 5e source material, I was surprised. The other one is my upbringing, I grew up watching peanuts shorts, and if I didn't watch them, I wouldn't recognize the peanuts tone, this movie has movie also doesn't need feel like an hour and half special. Normally when watching a peanuts short, I'm like, ugh, I don't wanna watch Charlie Brown And Lucy, go to snoopy. THis movie made me want to see Charlie Brown without snoopy. And the ending isn't one of the best, I'm not gonna spoil it, your just gonna have to watch this movie for yourself

Reviewed by John Brooks 6 / 10

Too light

First off, it's my obligation to mention I the reviewer personally only watched the Charlie Brown and Snoopy cartoons every so often and couldn't say I grew up on them, but as an adult now certainly have a feel for what it was all about, its atmosphere and spirit; it's just I wasn't a diehard connoisseur.

I preface this review by saying that as the nostalgic effect on me was only temporary and evaporated pretty soon into the developments. However, it felt SO COOL and exciting to see Charlie Brown and Snoopy and the whole gang again and they did a fine job hyping up the event in the early stages. They did an amazing job reconstructing the Charlie Brown appeal both in spirit as more tangibly in the drawings: this here is a 3D rendition of the characters and backgrounds, only boosted with computer-generated virtual motion and it's absolutely superbly done: all the authenticity and pure Peanuts aesthetics preserved, but adapted into the modern mold carefully and most subtly and with excellent attention to detail.

However, as mentioned the effect only lasts so long and this film needs to be critiqued as a film for adults, as millennial kids hardly know anything about it and it is obviously aimed at the then-children/now-adult portion of society. So it's a film for grownups; nostalgic grownups; not kids. And as a film for adults, it's just way too thin. It's got the good old morals, the story is easy to follow, the characters each in their own way are funny and cute... but the parts with Snoopy vs the Red Baron turn self-indulgent very quickly and overall the emotionally-charged laughs quickly turn into mere snorts then into polite smiles.

It's cute, it's fun, it kept the spirit of the original and preserved the visual appeal outstandingly....but it's not enough as a FILM. A generous 6/10.

Reviewed by Gavin Purtell 6 / 10

Enjoyable kids film

'The Peanuts Movie' (or 'Snoopy and Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie', as it's billed in some places) seems long overdue, seeing as Charles M. Schulz's Peanuts comic strip has been around since 1950. Since he passed away in 2000, Schulz's children have done well continuing on his legacy, as this film honours him and Peanuts well - the animation is quaint at times, but detailed and colourful when needed.

The whole Peanuts gang is here - the klutz Charlie Brown (Schnapp), the nagging Lucy (Miller), Charlie's best friend Linus (Garfin), the odd-pair Patty & Marcie, Charlie's sister Sally, the followed-by-a-cloud-of-dust Pig-Pen and, of course, Snoopy the beagle and Woodstock the bird. The film's set in winter, so there's plenty of snow and ice skating, and plenty of opportunities for Charlie Brown to embarrass himself. Plot = new girl moves in across the road, Charlie Brown spends the entire movie trying to impress/talk to her!

This director has form, with 'Horton Hears a Who!' and does well to keep things happening, especially when Snoopy's daydreaming and dogfighting in the European WWI skies against the Red Baron! The other adult reference kids won't get is Charlie Brown reading Leo Tolstoy's 'War and Peace' - a 1,200+ page book for his book report - and asking for "Leo's Toy Store" at the library! I didn't like the weird sounds they used in place of adults/teachers, but otherwise it's well made.

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