Review of “The Peanuts Movie”

Dynasty Lonian, Writer

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On November 6, 2015, “The Peanuts Movie” was officially released to US theaters, and made over 126.1 million dollars in the box office. This movie is directed by Steve Martino and it also stars, Noah Schnapp as Charlie Brown, Bill Melendez as Snoopy and Woodstock, Francesca Angelucci Capaldi as Little Red-Haired Girl.

The Peanuts Movie is based on the Peanuts comic strip created by Charles M. Schulz. The film is a 3D computer-animated feature film. It’s directed by  Steve Martino, It is also written by Bryan Schulz, Craig Schulz, and Cornelius Uliano. The first film made about Charlie Brown and the regular Peanut comic strip cast stars the same actors and actresses as this film. They returned to reprise their respective roles from the comic strip and previous film, while AJ Teece plays a new character, Pig-Pen.

The story line starts when Little Red-Haired Girl moves into his neighborhood, Charlie Brown develops a crush on her, but is frustrated that his long-running streak of bad luck will prevent him from ever getting noticed. Charlie Brown decides to embark upon a series of new activities in hope of finding one that will get the Little Red-Haired Girl to notice him. His first attempt is to participate in the school’s talent show with a magic act. Learning that the Little Red-Haired Girl likes dancing, Charlie signs up for the school dance and gets Snoopy to teach him all his best moves. Later, Charlie Brown is partnered with the Little Red-Haired Girl to write a book report. At the end of the school year, Charlie Brown is surprised when the Little Red-Haired Girl chooses him for a pen pal. Charlie Brown finally asks the Little Red-Haired Girl why she choose him in spite of his failures.
You’ll have to see the movie to find out if she tells him why! This seems like a pretty good movie and I can’t wait to see it, and find out why she choose him!   

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