Watch The Peanuts Movie full movie online free – A charming, warm-hearted film that manages to update the Peanuts characters without spitting on everything that made them so great. I was dreading this for months because I was afraid it would be Peanuts in-name-only with a focus on drawing in kids of today with questionable humor, celebrity cameos, and littered with music from pop stars. There is one forced pop song in this but accepting that was a small price to pay to keep the rest of the movie in line with the spirit of Charles Schulz’s classic comic strip and cartoons. It’s funny and sweet with great voice work, nice animation, and a wonderful script that blends many key Peanuts moments while telling the timeless story of Charlie Brown’s crush on the Little Red-Haired Girl. I just loved this movie. It made me smile like few movies in recent memory have. If you are a longtime Peanuts fans who was concerned this wouldn’t be in line with the comics or cartoons you grew up with, give it a shot and I’m sure you’ll be pleasantly surprised. It’s really good!
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The Peanuts Movie review by Mrosser – The first movie to make me cry in years
I have been a fan of Charlie Brown and the Peanuts for many, many years. I’ve loved the comic strips, I’ve loved the TV shows and I’ve loved their specials (A Charlie brown Christmas being my favorite). So when I heard that they would be making a CGI movie about the peanuts I was concerned that the movie would modernize the characters I love. Thankfully I needn’t have been concerned.
From the second the movie stated until it ended I was engrossed by the characters that I love and they’re all here and they all play their parts perfectly. Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Woodstock, Linus, Lucy, Schroeder, Peppermint Patty, Marcie, etc. No changes were made to the characters and they felt just as timeless as they did in the comic strips all those years ago. They even got the perfect children to voice each of the characters, even using sound bites of the late Bill Melendez to reprise his role as Snoopy and Woodstock.
The animation, despite being CGI still managed to work because it was made to look 2D. I have no idea how they managed to pull it off but it was used magnificently.
The story was absolutely fantastic as well. Charlie Brown is trying to impress the Little Red Haired Girl as usual, and it shows us throughout several months his attempts. I know that seems rather simple but remember, this is Peanuts. they’ve always had simple plots but they’ve always worked because the characters are so lovable that it makes the simple plots work to perfection, and it’s do different here. The ending of the movie made me so happy that I actually let tears fall from my eyes. That hasn’t happened to me in years. I even didn’t mind the sub plot with Snoopy, where he imagines his famous Red Baron which comes back throughout the film. I may be just be stupid, but I felt that Snoopy’s story was doing the movies plot but in a different way. And if he is, then that is genius.
In short, I loved this movie. It was funny, it was heart warming, the characters were just as I remember them and the animation was gorgeous. If you are a Peanuts fun or want to introduce your children to arguably the most famous comic strip of all time, then this is the film for you.
The Peanuts Movie review by Evancyl – Great family movie with a moral
Anyone who likes Peanuts is sure to enjoy this movie! The animation really brought the characters to life and the story is excellently crafted. A new kid moves to town and Charlie is excited at the prospect of being able to start a clean slate – he hopes that he will no longer be seen as a failure who can’t do anything right. The new kid turns out to be a little red-haired girl whom he falls in love with at first sight. Everything seems to go wrong in Charlie’s pursuit but his good heart shines through each time. I love how the movie managed to incorporate a solid moral message without being in the least preachy. We also see Snoopy taking to the skies to pursue his arch-nemesis, the Red Baron, and rescue his beloved fellow beagle Fifi.
It was great to see the whole gang back in action, from the bossy Lucy to the laidback Peppermint Patty. Snoopy and Woodstock were really adorable too! I’m pretty sure this movie is going to spawn more Peanuts converts.
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The Peanuts Movie review by Brent Cruz – A sweet tribute
It’s 65 years after the first Peanuts Comic Strip and and 55 years after the landmark TV special, A Charlie Brown Christmas.
Reinventing yourself is something very hard to do but this movie pulled it off with staying true to it’s roots.
Good Old Charlie Brown gets tired of always failing so when the new kid on the block moves in, he just wants to change himself for the better. The new kid turns out to be a cute girl that Charlie really fancies so he does everything to try to impress her while improving himself from his flaws.
It’s really charming to see what the movie is. A tribute to Charles Shulz and it’s very evident that it has a lot of heart from the whole crew. Charlie Brown is such a character that is easily relatable and the other characters are so lovable and hilarious to watch. It gives a great lesson for everyone and that’s to be who you are and not you’re not.
The Peanuts Movie review by Brendan Michaels – If you don’t like this movie, you’re a blockhead.
You’d have to be a blockhead to miss out on this film! The Peanuts Movie is the reboot of the classic comic strip, cartoon, Christmas Special, Halloween Special, and Thanksgiving Special into Movie form! As a fan of Charlie Brown and Snoopy (I even named my dog after the lovable beagle!) I was nervous going into this film. Could it be terrible? Could it bring shame to Schulz’s name? Well I am happy to say that The Peanuts Movie not only is one of the best animated films of 2015, but also one of the best films of the year!
Snoopy is writing a great love epic trying to save his girlfriend as he tries to take down the Red Baron while his best pal Charlie Brown begins his own epic quest back home to impress the Little Red Hair Girl. This is classic Charlie Brown everywhere. This movie makes so many tasteful references to previous Charlie Brown adventures that it’s insane! Charlie Brown, Lucy, Linus, Pig Pen, Marcy, Patty and Schroeder are hilarious but they are incomparable to the legends themselves, Snoopy and Woodstock. These guys are hilarious in every scene! It’s like Charles Schulz came back from the dead and wrote the script himself! The morals it teaches kids are also great for everyone! Like think of others before yourself and go play outside! I can’t say enough how enjoyable this film is!
The cast is mostly filled with unknowns. Some recognizable voices are Bill Melendez who voiced Snoopy and Woodstock in the old specials. Sadly he passed away in 2008 but luckily they were able to reuse audio from the specials. Kristin Chenoweth is in the film and plays Snoopy’s love interest . She does a fantastic job (even though it’s just grunts and noises but it’s all apart of Snoopy and his family. All the cast does an amazing job portraying all the Peanuts characters. Very impressive since most of these kids are 10 and 11.
The structure of the story is basically like five 30 minute Peanuts sketches with Charlie Brown trying to impress the Little Red-Haired Girl. Then in between Charlie Brown’s failed attempts we see Snoopy writing his love epic. They are very well paced and have a good flow to them. They also feel not only like a Peanuts comic or cartoon but it also has a timeless feel that anyone can relate to.
The Peanuts Movie is one of the greatest animated films of the decade. It gives a very cheerful outlook on life and brings great laughs with it. Not only do I recommend watching it, I implore you to watch it with your family. I did with mine and it was one of the best times at the theater I had in awhile.
The Peanuts Movie review by Mailhdot – Peanuts updates a classic without turning off older fans.
Good grief! Charlie Brown continues his struggle for respect in this pleasant and relaxing return to the familiar neighborhood where the most threatening presence is the Kite-eating Tree.
Peanuts is an ideal movie for parents and grandparents to share with the little ones. There are, naturally, a couple of slightly annoying “politically correct” refinements tailored for 2015 moviegoers, but the overall positive spirit of Peanuts gang is left intact.
As with all of the animated Peanuts works, the soundtrack music is essentially a central character. Millions of Peanuts fans received their first exposure to jazz music while watching the Peanuts Television specials and this animated feature continues that tradition for the benefit of another generation of kids.
The Peanuts Movie review by TheLittleSongbird – Peanuts’ return to cinemas is a winner on pretty much all levels
There were concerns about that it was in CGI (don’t have anything against the style, just that whether it would feel too different to the traditional style fans, myself included, grew up with, and whether it would continue the trend of a lot of animated films recently of being brash, frenetic and over-reliant on pop culture references and immaturity.
However, as a Peanuts fan, despite the concerns, this reviewer gave it a chance. And she is glad that she did. Its only drawback is that some of the pacing at times did feel a little rushed, other than that ‘Snoopy and Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie’ was a winner on pretty much all levels and one of the better animated films of 2015.
‘Snoopy and Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie”s animation is really beautifully done, and it is very clear that a lot of effort and heart went into rendering it. It flows beautifully, is very detailed with character designs that are cute and never ugly and contains wonderful vivid colours that leap out at you without ever feeling too much. That it was in CGI proved not to be a hindrance after all, and didn’t prove to be a distraction. The music is whimsical in tone, complete with some catchy song choices that contains a refreshing optimism, some making reference to the film’s message but it never comes across heavy-handedly.
Scripting-wise, Snoopy and Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie’ will appeal to any age. It adopts a refreshingly gentle tone that is loyal in spirit to the Peanuts specials, but is also very funny and touching. The story similarly won me over and proves to be a wonderfully refreshing change from most animated films in recent years. It is very cute and charming, with the humour being genuinely funny without resorting to toilet humour or pop culture references (which would have been completely out of place if included), the nostalgic elements are pleasantly warm and cosy and the touching moments are suitably poignant without falling into mawkish sentimentality. There are some nice messaging and morals, which children and adults alike will identify with even if familiar, and the film doesn’t make the mistake of ramming it down the throats or being preachy.
One may question which target audience it’s aimed at. This reviewer didn’t see as a problem, though it’s more likely to be nostalgic adults who grew up with Peanuts. Make no mistake as children have also grown up with Peanuts, hence why it wasn’t a problem for me. The characters are very engagingly written and true to character, all the child characters are ones that anybody can see themselves in, but my favourite has always been Snoopy, who is adorable and hilarious as ever. The voice acting is very well done.
In conclusion, excellent and refreshing animated film that really won me over, completely obliterating any concerns initially had.
The Peanuts Movie review by SnoopyStyle – Happiness is …
Charlie Brown continues to be the hopeless blockhead. He can’t fly a kite. Everything he does is wrong. Then the Little Red-Haired Girl moves in across the street. Charlie Brown is desperate for a fresh start but doesn’t have the esteem to talk to her. Lucy advises him to be a winner first. After a mix-up with Peppermint Patty, he gets a perfect score in the standardized test. Suddenly, everything goes his way. Meanwhile, Linus brought in a model of the Red Baron plane for show and tell. It gets away and continues to cause havoc for the rest of the movie. Snoopy and Woodstock have imaginary adventures against the Red Baron as Snoopy tries to rescue Fifi.
Despite being a 3D CGI creation, it maintains its 2D style. In addition, it maintains its innocent tone from the comics. It takes the vast number of ideas from the decades of cartoon and creates a compelling cohesive story. This is pure Charlie Brown and pure Peanuts. There are great call-backs. Even the voices are reminiscent of the older cartoons. Peppermint Patty is probably the only one that is slightly off. Overall, this is such a refreshing reboot of the franchise. Unlike so many other franchises, this one is something new but it never forgets its origins.
The Peanuts Movie review by Anthony Iessi – Not Small Peanuts
When I heard that they were making a CGI Peanuts movie a couple of years back, I got nervous. I didn’t want them update this classic material, of which I proudly grew up on with my whole family, to modern times, so it can laughably become dated in the next decade. To my delight, they didn’t do any of that. The film is as true to the original comics as any Peanuts TV special in the past. They use the 50 year old, tried and true formula, and even in the decade of IPhones, and memes and hashtags, the Peanuts are still as charming as ever. Seemingly frozen in time, it tells a story of how Charlie Brown tries to overcome his status as the neighborhood sad sack, and be as cool as the other kids. He realizes in the end, that you need to love yourself, in order for others to love you. Meanwhile Snoopy goes on another Red Baron adventure, and it’s created fabulously in CGI. I don’t think the film is as deep or as insightful as I wanted it to be (no Pixar edge), But I adored the animation, and the seamless voice work from the all-children cast. Hearing archival audio from Bill Melendez for the voices of Snoopy and Woodstock was a fantastic touch.
The Peanuts Movie review by Kosmasp – Old School
If you are or were a fan, this is a nice throwback to Charlie Brown and the others doing their thing. But even if you never heard of them and this is your first time, this is pretty fun and entertaining. It’s not as sophisticated as most Pixar outputs, but not every animated feature has to go that route. You have to have diversity and keeping it “simple” does pay out in this case.
And it’s not meant in a bad way of course, because the movie does exactly what it says it would do. It’s about school, it’s about first love, it’s about being young and doing stuff you would never do, once you have grown up and it’s about relationships in general. It’s also about one of the smartest non-talking film dog out there. The animation style may be a put off for some, but it works and should not bother you at all.
The Peanuts Movie review by Hitchcoc – Sweet and Charming
This is a taut film that stays in the spirit of the canon. Those films were done on much smaller budgets but still charm the heck out of us. This one has a simple plot. After showing us that Charlie Brown is still a mess, a little red-headed girl moves in across the street. It is love at first sight, and, of course, he is petrified to go near her. She is also in his class. There are a series of amusing scenes after it is thought that our hero has received a perfect score on a school pretest (something that has never been done before). He is treated as royalty, but he must deal with a dose of reality. Charlie Brown, for all his neuroses, is a kind and loving character. He is Everyman (or what Everyman would like to think he is). There is a lot of Snoopy, but at times I found his World War One story a little tiresome. But he also has some great shtick. What is most endearing is that the cast of characters are utterly true to what we have grown to love.
The Peanuts Movie review by Guisreis – The same magic is there!
Fans of our beloved Charlie Brown, Snoopy and their whole crew, you may watch The Peanuts Movie, as it will not disappoint you! Animation, as it was already clear by watching the trailer and spots, succeeded in doing something very difficult, that is keeping classic draw but adapting it to well done 3D. The story is a pot-pourri of excerpts from the comics and 2D animated films which had conquered my heart decades ago. Though, writers have been able to compose a coherent screenplay and to convey a nice message to kids. The film captivates, amuses, touches, is nostalgic. Indeed, it is able to mix the magic of classic animated Peanuts films with the funny madness of old animation pieces and the fast 3D of the best among Pixar and Dreamworks recent productions. In spite of the trailers having used different songs, the jazzistic hits by Vince Guaraldi and David Benoit are there to give to our ears the same amusement our eyes have by watching the movie. Wherever Charles Schulz is now, he has enough reasons to be unworried about what them have made with his brilliant creation.