The Peanuts Movie

Synopsis: 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 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?
Director(s): Steve Martino
Production: 20th Century Fox
  Nominated for 1 Golden Globe. Another 1 win & 45 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
88 min





- Hey!

- Hey!




Time to get up.

You don't want

to be late for school.

- Get up!

- Uh?


My blanket!


Snow day?

Snow day!


No school today!

Dreams do come true!

- Woo hoo! No school.

- Yay!

Woo hoo!

Franklin and Peppermint Patty

are on my team.

- I got my hockey stick.

- I got my skates.

Who has the pugs?

Looking sharp today, Pig-Pen.

- Sorry, I'm late.

- Eww.

What's taking him so long?

- Come on, Charlie Brown!

- Come on, Charlie Brown!

Uh, no.

Not quite.

That's the one!

I got my kite.

Today's the day.

I can feel it.

- A kite, today?

- In the middle of winter?

- Come on, guys.

- Only Charlie Brown.

A new kite.

A perfect breeze.

It all feels just right.

Now that the kite eating tree

is sleeping for the winter,

we have nothing to fear.

Lift off!


Wait a minute.

It's in the air.

It's flying.

Hey, guys.


Look, I did it!

Hey, Charlie Brown.

Still no luck, huh?

- Ow!

- Remember,

It's the courage to

continue that counts!

- Hey!

- Runaway kite.

- Ahh!

- Sorry.


No brakes.

And now,

for my famous Triple Axel.

Prepare to be amazed.


- Ooo, a quadruple.

- Bravo.


Stupid kite eating tree.


Good grief.

You blockhead!

I should have known.

What kind of a person

tries to fly a kite

in the middle of winter?

Don't you ever know

when to give up?

You will never

get that kite to fly.


Because you're Charlie Brown.


Thanks, Linus.

Listen, Charlie Brown.

Ignore what my sister, Lucy, says

has enabled me to

make it this far in life.

What would I do without

a good friend like you.



My Sweet Babboo!


Isn't he the cutest thing?

- Yee-haw!

- Careful, sir.

- Whoa!

- Ah!

- Ha-ha.

- Huh?



Watch the curls.


- Woo hoo!

- Heh-heh!

I don't care what Lucy says.

I may have had troubles

in the past flying a kite,

and I may have never

won a baseball game,

but it's not for

the lack of trying.

My pitching has to improve

if I come out here

to my trusty mound everyday.

Charlie Brown is not a quitter.

Play ball!

Bottom of the 9th,

two outs.

A strike out here would make

the pitcher an instant hero.


- Yay!

- Yay!

It all comes down

to this one pitch.

Let's see if you can

handle my fast ball.

Old number one.

The heera.

The brown bullet.



It's going to be

a long winter.


Someone's moving in

across the street from me?

Hey, gang, look.

There's a new kid moving in!

Big brother, pull yourself together.

Come on, Charlie Brown.

- Get out of the way.

- Ow.

Hey, guys, what do you see?

Who is it?

Oh, I think I see a piano.

I hope he loves Beethoven.

Beethoven Schmeetoven.

Maybe he will appreciate

my natural beauty.

Who cares about that.

As long as he's a better

goalie than Marcie.

- You're hurting me, sir.

- I'm sorry, but it's true.

No, you're pulling on my hair.

I just hope he'll have an open mind

about The Great Pumpkin.

I think they have a toaster!

I just hope this new kid

has never heard of me.

He would know nothing

of my past imperfections.

It's not often you get the opportunity

to start over with a clean slate.

This time, things will be different.


- He did it!

- He did it!

- Huh?

Snoopy, why is it that everything

I try turns out wrong?

Sometimes, I wonder

if the kids really like me.

Maybe that new kid will

see me for who I really am,

like you.

A dog doesn't try to

give advice, or judge you;

they just love you

for who you are.

It's nice to have someone who

will just sit and listen to you.

Zzz Zzz.

Zzz Zzz z.



Man's best friend.

You can't come to school, Snoopy.

Now, be a good dog

and go home.

No dogs allowed.

- I think I saw the new kid.

- Did you see that new truck arrive?

Who do you suppose it would be?

The new kid is coming.

- Oh.

- That's not the new kid.

Hey, Charlie Brown.

Good morning, Linus.

What do you have there?

It's my turn for

show and tell today.

This is the same plane flown

by Manfred Von Richthofen.

- Who?

- The Red Baron.

The most famous aviator

during the great war.

It's not real, is it?


My naturally curly hair!

- Duck, Linus.

- Whoa!

Yikes !

- Yes, Miss Othmar.

- Yes, Miss Othmar.






No, three!

- Was I close?

- Class hasn't started yet, sir.


What? The new kid

is joining our class.

She doesn't look

like a goalie to me.


She is pretty.

She's not that pretty.

Mmm, Linus.


She looked at me.

- Aww!

- Aww!

- Not the yearly standardized test again!

- Not the yearly standardized test again!

Ma'am, will this test, accurately reflect

the knowledge we have gained here?

Is it fair, we at this young age...

Yes, ma'am.

(Sigh) Thanks.

Question 1:

If you had 6 red tomatoes and...



Come on, focus.

First impressions are everything.


No dogs!

Already done?

She must be smart.


It's got teeth marks.

She nibbles on

her pencil like I do.

We have something in common!


One minute left?

Out of my way, Chuck.

Write our names?

Yes, ma'am.

Chuck, are you trying

to hold my hand?

You sly dog.

- Ooo.

- Ooo.

Huh! Ah!


Hi, I'm Brown Charlie.

I mean, Barney Clown.

I... I mean...

What... What...

What are you in for?

Have you ever had that feeling

when you can't stop smiling?

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