The Peanuts Movie
- 1hr 28m
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Super cute movie. Definitely all ages could enjoy.
It was awesome!!!😀
A delightful romp that captures the spirit of the adored 65-year-old comic strip.
The Peanuts Movie isn’t so much an homage as it is an echo and a call-back, one that certainly has heart but also feels dispiritingly riskless.
If The Peanuts Movie never quite reaches the melancholy of earlier films like “A Boy Named Charlie Brown” and “Snoopy Come Home,” it nonetheless respects the importance of failure and disappointment that Schulz always included in his storytelling.
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Movie Info & Cast
- Trombone Shorty
- Rebecca Bloom
- Anastasia Bredikhina
- Francesca Capaldi
- Kristin Chenoweth
- Alexander Garfin
- Noah Johnston
- Bill Melendez
- Hadley Belle Miller
- Micah Revelli
Did You Know?
- This is the fifth theatrical Peanuts film, after A Boy Named Charlie Brown (1969), Snoopy Come Home (1972), Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown (1977), and Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (and Don't Come Back!!) (1980).
- At one point Snoopy determines which way the wind is blowing by dropping a handful of grass. The grass is carried away by the wind, but the snowflakes fall straight down as if there is no wind.
- [from trailer]
- [He runs away, then he appeared on the right side]
- Snoopy: Hehe!
- [Snoopy spins around Charlie Brown, making him dizzy]
- Charlie Brown: Woah, woah, woah! Woah.
- Snoopy: Hahahahahahahaha!
- Charlie Brown: Good grief.
- [Charlie Brown stands up for himself until the music stops]
- Charlie Brown: Huh?
- [Snoopy pops in and waves at the audience as the theme song starts]
- Charlie Brown: Hey!
- Snoopy: Hehehe.
- Charlie Brown: Snoopy!
- [Snoopy walks away, then as Charlie Brown is about to say something in the audience, Snoopy jumps up in front of him]
- Snoopy: Hahaha!